UNCMen'sLacrosseCamps

Lacrosse Camp Mission Statement

To teach the basic fundamentals of lacrosse and to promote the love and spirit of the game to young men between the ages of 7 and 17. This will allow for growth in the individual as well as the game itself. These basics will be grounded in the philosophy of playing the game,

"THE CAROLINA WAY"

"The Carolina Way" is playing the game with ... energy, excitement, intensity, passion, fundamentally sound and smart. Being prepared, giving maximum effort and working together as a family.

 


ALL STAR ROSTERS:

 

2016/2017 BLUE ALL STAR TEAM

 

2016/2017 WHITE ALL STAR TEAM

 

2018/2019 BLUE ALL STAR TEAM

 

2018/2019 WHITE ALL STAR TEAM


 

2015 TEAM CAMP PLAYOFF SCHEDULE

 

2015 TEAM CAMP GAME SCHEDULE

2015 TEAM CAMP BRACKETS

 


CHECK IN: 11:00AM-4:00PM

CHECK OUT: 11:00AM

AT

Morrison Hall Address:

445 Paul Hardin Drive

Chapel Hill, NC 27514


 

**Please pay attention to the new schedule and camp session times due to new NCAA regulations.**

 

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UNC Tar Heels

Official Site of Carolina Men's Lacrosse

 

 

Tar Heel Lacrosse Camps are for young men only. Please visit our sister website for camp opportunities for young women:  

UNC Women's Lacrosse Camps

 

 

Have questions?

 Email Tar Heel Lax Camp  Email Cathy Regan (or use the "Contact Us" Tab on the left menu bar.)

 

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Tar Heel Lacrosse Camps/Breschi Lacrosse LLC offers various youth camps throughout the year. Please note that all of our camps are open to any and all interested entrants, limited only by number, grade level, and/or position. (NCAA 13.4.3.1.2.1.). 

13.4.3.1.2.1 Advertisements Directed Toward a Particular Audience. 

An institution may advertise or promote an institutional camp or clinic toward a particular audience (e.g., elite camp), provided the advertisement or promotion indicates that the camp or clinic is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).