Nike Boys Lacrosse Camp University of Mary Washington Fredericksburg, Virginia
The University of Mary Washington is proud to host a NIKE Lacrosse Camp again in 2013. Located in Fredericksburg, this camp challenges campers of all abilities to get better results from their lacrosse training and skills. Instruction takes place on UMW's new turf field located on campus.
At the Nike Boys Lacrosse Camp at the University of Mary Washington, our goal is to stimulate a love for the game by immersing you in the sport and giving you the kind of focused, intensive training essential to improvement. Over the course of camp, your enthusiasm and self-confidence will grow along with your skills.
- Complete Skills Camp for Boys Ages 10-18
- Superior instruction from College Coaches
- 8:1 camper to instructor on field ratio
- Daily emphasis on fundamentals, position training, drills and scrimmages
- Team discounts available
- Special goalie instruction and discounts available
- Every camper receives a reversible Nike practice jersey
- Nike and STX Prizes for outstanding play, sportsmanship and improvement
Through 22 seasons as head coach of the University of Mary Washington men’s lacrosse team, Kurt Glaeser has made the Eagles one of the most competitive squads in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
A three-time Capital Athletic Conference Coach of the Year, Glaeser led his 2002 squad to the CAC championship game and set the school record with 11 wins. The Eagles returned to the title game in 2003 on the heels of a 10-win season. In 2004, UMW defeated 10th-ranked Cabrini College in another 10-win season in which the Eagles received their first-ever national ranking.
In ’06, the Eagles knocked off nationally ranked Hampden-Sydney College for the first time ever, and in 2007 they stopped nationally ranked St. Mary’s College. Last spring, UMW received votes in the national poll for the fourth time and tied the school record for wins in a season, with 11.Read Full Bio
Glaeser, who also served 18 years as head coach for UMW’s nationally renowned women’s soccer program, has posted more than 250 combined wins in the past decade and received eight conference Coach of the Year awards. In addition to the lacrosse program’s evolving into a power, his women’s soccer team also thrived, advancing to the sweet sixteen in 2003 after upsetting second-ranked Messiah College in the regional semifinals and moving to the elite eight in 2004 by topping Ohio Wesleyan in the sweet 16. In November 2007, it was announced that Glaeser would be a single-sport lacrosse coach beginning in 2008-09.
A fine player in his own right, Glaeser’s playing career began as a midfielder at famed Loyola High School in Baltimore, Md., and continued both as a midfielder and an attack at Western Maryland College. In 1978, under legendary coach Bill Thomas, Glaeser (a tri-captain and all-conference selection) helped the Green Terror to its first Middle Atlantic Conference title. His post-collegiate career included playing experience with several club teams. Prior to coming to Fredericksburg, Glaeser was the head coach at Drew University in 1981 and 1982. He received his master of arts degree in physical education from Montclair State College.
A coach with a multi-sport background, Glaeser, his wife Linda, and children Matt and Suzannah live in Fredericksburg. Matt plays professional soccer in Miami, Fla., and Suzannah swam at the University of Connecticut.
• Ext. Day camper – between 1:30-2:00pm
• Overnight campers will checkout from Randolph Hall following the closing ceremony.
Campers stay 2 per room and are assigned by age and roommate requests. If you have a roommate request, and have not already given it to us, please do so no later than 10 days before the start of camp. After that, the request can't be guaranteed. If you don't have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age.
Dorm: Randolph Hall*
Linens: Not provided
Air Conditioning: Yes
Suggested spending money: $40
Medical facility: a certified trainer will be on staff at all times
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:30 am Breakfast (Overnighters)
- 9:00 am Stretching and Conditioning
- 9:30 am Line Drills and Stations
- 10:30 am Position Work
- Noon Lunch and rest
- 1:30 pm 1v1, 2v2, and fastbreaks
- 3:00 pm Drill stations and scrimmaging
- 5:00 pm Dinner and supervised free time
- 6:30 pm Back to field for games
- 9:00 pm Extended Day Campers depart
- 10:00 pm Overnight Campers to rooms; Lights out!