Stanford Winter Lacrosse Camp Stanford, California
Located 30 minutes south of San Francisco, the Stanford Winter Lacrosse Camp offers players from around the country a unique opportunity to experience firsthand the life of a Stanford student-athlete. Great athletic facilities, excellent coaches, and the beautiful Stanford campus make this camp location a favorite for hundreds of girls each year.
2013 WINTER ELITE CAMP DECEMBER 27-30
Designed for elite players (ages 14-18) and focuses on advanced skills, position play, team concepts and an overall intense level of competition. Campers also have the opportunity to compete daily in games against each other.
All campers check-in at the Sheraton Hotel between 3:30 - 4:30pm on Dec 27th. Camp concludes with a closing ceremony on the fields at 11:00am Dec 30th.
COMMUTER camp is for campers that live locally or have their own overnight accomodations. Includes dinner on 12/27 and lunch and dinner on both 12/28 and 12/29. No meals provided to commuter campers on Dec 30th
OVERNIGHT 2-PER ROOM: If you do not have a roommate request please select this option below and we will pair you up with someone your age. Rooms have a king size bed and roll-away bed.
OVERNIGHT 3-PER ROOM: Select this option only if you have 3 campers staying per room. Overnight Campers that do not have a roommate request should select the "2 per room" option and we will pair you up with someone your age. Please be advised that having 3 people in a room means 2 of the campers will need to share a king bed with the 3rd camper sleeping on a roll-away bed.
- Superior instruction from College Coaches and Players
- 10:1 camper to instructor on field ratio
- 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
SHERATON PALO ALTO HOTEL
Set amidst picturesque water and flower gardens and koi ponds, the Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel is a source of familiar comfort in the Silicon Valley. The entrance to Stanford University is just outside our door.
1). The Stanford Winter Lacrosse camp is open to any and all entrants. 2). Any athlete who has sufficient preparatory education to be academically eligible to enter college in the fall following the camp date will not be permitted to attend camp. 3). Drugs, alchohol and smoking are strictly prohibited and constitute grounds for immediate dismissal from camp. 4). For your safety and benefit, we recommend that you choose a camp that fits your particular skills and level of development.Meet your coaching staff
Amy Bokker is Stanford’s Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach and Assistant Coach for the US Elite National Team.Read Full Bio
In 2010, Bokker led her Cardinal squad to an impressive 15-6 record, which included a program best No. 8 national ranking, a MPSF tournament title, and the team advanced to the first round of the NCAA tournament. The Cardinal women defeated three nationally ranked teams leading up to playoffs and the 15 wins was a school record.
In 2009, Coach Bokker was an Assistant Coach for the Canadian National Team, which competed in the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic. She helped coach the Canadians to a 4-3 record, winning a bronze medal after a 30 year drought since Canada won a medal in international play.
In 2010, Bokker was named an Assistant Coach for the United States Elite National Team. She will join Head Coach Ricky Fried and Assistant Coaches Jessica Wilk Strosberg and Liz Robertshaw to lead the American national squad in the 2013 FIL World Cup.
Prior to Stanford, Bokker was the Head Coach at George Mason University for 11 years and was the winningest coach in the program’s history. During her tenure, Bokker’s squads maintained their status as one of the nation’s elite programs with six top-20 national finishes, including a final national ranking of No. 16 in her last season.
Brooke McKenzie enters her fourth season at Stanford as a member of head coach Amy Bokker's staff. McKenzie was a four-year starting attacker at James Madison and helped the Dukes to three Colonial Athletic Association titles and two NCAA quarterfinal appearances. McKenzie is also a member of the Canadian World Cup Team. In 2009, McKenzie competed for Canada in the World Cup where she scored 12 goals and had five assists in seven games. McKenzie had four multi-goal games to lead Canada to a third-place finish in the tournament.
Lauren Schwarzmann begins her first season at Stanford. She brings experience in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation to the Farm after helping the San Diego State Aztecs to a successful launch of their program a year ago. "We are really excited to find an assistant with Lauren's experience," said Bokker. "She has great enthusiasm for the game and her passion is evident as a coach. She is going to bring a high level of energy to Stanford lacrosse."
Schwarzmann is a current member of the U.S. National Team.
- Current and Former Stanford Lacrosse Players
- Kacie Lewis - Assistant Coach, College of the Holy Names
- Chelsea Gamble - Assistant Coach, UCONN
- Denise Wescott - Head Coach, Monmouth
- Forrest Stillwell - Assistant Coach, Bucknell University
2013 WINTER LACROSSE CAMP DECEMBER 27-30
PLEASE NOTE FOR CAMPERS FLYING TO CAMP TRANSPORTATION IS NOT PROVIDED BY THE CAMP TO OR FROM ANY AIRPORTS.
- COMMUTER camp is for campers that live locally or have their own overnight accomodations. Includes dinner on 12/27 and lunch and dinner on both 12/28 and 12/29. No meals provided to commuter campers on Dec 30th
- OVERNIGHT 2-PER ROOM: If you do not have a roommate request please select this option below and we will pair you up with someone your age. Rooms have a king size bed and roll-away bed.
- OVERNIGHT 3-PER ROOM: Select this option only if you have 3 campers staying per room. Overnight Campers that do not have a roommate request should select the "2 per room" option and we will pair you up with someone your age. Please be advised that having 3 people in a room means 2 of the campers will need to share a king bed with the 3rd camper sleeping on a roll-away bed.
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 Commuter Campers depart
- 10:00 pm Overnight Campers to rooms; Lights out!