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  • Lacrosse (JULY 24 - 28) (9 AM - 3 PM)

    The Spartan Lacrosse Camp is open to those who are in grades two through eight for the upcoming school year. Lacrosse players will be separated according to ability.  There will be a beginners (basic) group and a more advanced group.  Our goal will be to teach all players basic lacrosse skills and expose the more experienced to higher level techniques.  Instruction will be in all areas of lacrosse with emphasis on ground balls, passing, and shooting.

  • Daily Lacrosse Camp Schedule

    9:00                    Arrive at Camp
    9:00 - 9:15          Stretching & Warm-up
    9:15 - 10:15        Skill Work & Drills
    10:15 - 10:30      Break
    10:30 - 12:00      Group Instruction & Drills
    12:00 - 1:00        Lunch (Drink provided)
    1:00 - 1:30          Scrimmage Games
    1:30 - 1:45          Break
    1:45 - 3:00          Scrimmage Games
    3:00                    Departure

    Cost: $205.00 which includes a $75 non-refundable deposit that will be applied to tuition.

  • Mark Reynolds - Camp Director

    Coach Reynolds is camp director in charge of advanced player development. He has been the head lacrosse coach at St. Mark’s since 2011 compiling a 53-32(.624) overall record. His Spartan squads have earned a playoff birth in each of his five seasons including two semi-final and two quarterfinal appearances. During his tenure 22 Spartan players have been voted to the All-State teams. As a player, Coach Reynolds was a 2x All-State selection at Caesar Rodney High School and continued his career at Salisbury University playing on two National Championship teams.

  • Scott Cook - Camp Director

    Coach Cook is camp director in charge of beginner player development. Coach Cook has been with the St. Mark's lacrosse program for the past eight seasons.  Prior to joining St. Mark's he was the Director of the Middletown Lacrosse program increasing its enrollment from 35 players to over 200.  He has coached football and baseball, in addition to lacrosse since leaving Wesley College over 10 years ago.  His teams have been successful and his positive approach to coaching has demonstrated his commitment to winning and having fun..