Xcelerate Nike Oregon Girls Lacrosse Camp at Oregon State University

Xcelerate Nike Oregon Girls Lacrosse Camp at Oregon State University
Xcelerate Nike Oregon Girls Lacrosse Camp at Oregon State University

Oregon State University is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley between Portland and Eugene. A school well known for its strong tradition of excellence in athletics, OSU boasts some of the finest facilities that you will find anywhere in the country.

For the past 2 years, Camp Director, Wynne Lobel, and her experienced staff of Nike coaches have helped 100’s of girls improve their game. 2017 will be no different!  Plus, each camper will have an opportunity to feel like a college athlete when they practice on the turf, eat healthy meals in the dining hall, participate in the Q&A sessions, and hang out in the student center with friends at night.  It’s going to be a great camp!  

Highlights Include

  • Free NIKE Lacrosse Head given to the FIRST 20 registered campers!
  • The BEST Topnotch Lacrosse Instruction; 10 to 1 Camper to Staff ratio
  • Girls ages 10-18: All Positions - All Levels of Play
  • Specific Position Training
  • Xcelerate Nike Reversible Jersey & Lanyard
  • Camper Bowling & Game Night @ OSU Student Center
  • Swim time at OSU’s Dixon Rec Center Pool
  • OSU’s State of the Art Outdoor Field Complex
  • Xcelerate Nike Competition Prizes and Raffle on the last day of camp!
  • Oregon St. Boys only camp offered July 16-20 & July 23-27
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Dates & Prices

Meet Camp Coaches

Wynne Lobel
Camp Director

Wynne Lobel

Directing camp this summer at Oregon State University is Wynne Lobel. 2016 marks season number ten for Pacific University head women’s lacrosse coach Wynee Lobel, whose program is coming off its best year in school history.

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2016 is also the tenth season for women’s lacrosse at the school. Lobel has been the programs’ one and only coach, building the program from scratch. In nine seasons, she has a record at Pacific of 65-57.

In 2015, the Boxers established 19 school records on its way to a 14-2 overall record and perfect 8-0 mark in the Northwest Conference. Lobel’s team captured the first-ever NWC title in the first season that the league officially offered a championship trophy.

Hired in 2005 to build the new program, with the first season taking place in 2007, Lobel has seen improvement from her charges almost every year. The program earned its first victory on Mar. 25, 2007, beating Fontbonne 12-11.  Her 2010 program registered a 6-5 record, the first winning record in the Boxers’ four years. The win ledger included a sweep of Northwest rival Linfield and the program’s first win over the established program at Puget Sound.

Wynne and the Boxers have had winnings seasons ever since. They went 10-4 in 2011, 8-6 in 2012, 9-4 in 2013, 8-7 in 2014 and 14-2 last spring.

For her efforts on and off the field, her peers in the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) elected Lobel as the 2007 NCAA Division III West Region Coach of the Year. It is the second time in her career that she has earned regional coach of the year distinction.

During the summer of 2009, Lobel served as a coach for the Danish National Women’s Lacrosse Team at the Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic. She led the team to two wins in the tournament over South Korea.

Prior to her arrival at Pacific, Lobel was the head women’s lacrosse coach for four seasons at Plymouth State College in Plymouth, N.H., leading each of her teams to Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) championship each season. She led the Panthers to their first NCAA Division III national tournament appearance in 2001 and led the Panthers to the second round in their 2004 campaign.

In 2001, Lobel was recognized as the New England Women’s Lacrosse Association (NEWLA) Coach of the Year, and earned Little East Coach of the Year in 2002, 2003 and 2004. In addition, she was named the NCAA Division III New England Region Coach of the Year in 2004.

After leaving Plymouth State in 2004, Lobel created and directed i-lacrosse, a summer program that included summer camps and international lacrosse playing opportunities for women.

Lobel serves as a coach’s education program facilitator for U.S. Lacrosse and a field director for Player’s Choice Lacrosse Camps in Massachusetts. Lobel currently serves on the NCAA Division III Championships West Region Selection Committee.

Prior to Plymouth State, Lobel spent one season as an assistant coach at Boston College and spent the 1998-99 season as an assistant women’s lacrosse and field hockey coach at Wheaton College in Norton, Mass. She played four seasons of lacrosse and field hockey at Ithaca College in New York. She was selected as Ithaca’s field hockey MVP in 1992.

Lobel earned a bachelor’s degree in outdoor recreation and education from Ithaca in 1993, and earned her master’s in elementary education from Lesley College (Mass.) in 2002. Avid about anything outdoors, Lobel has completed a bicycle tour of New Zealand and Australia and ran the 100th Boston Marathon in 1996. She is the daughter of longtime legendary Boston sportscaster Bob Lobel. 

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Kat Enders

Kat Enders

Kat Enders is in her second year as head women's lacrosse coach at Linfield after becoming the fifth coach to head the program since its inception in 1997. A native Oregonian,...

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Kat Enders is in her second year as head women's lacrosse coach at Linfield after becoming the fifth coach to head the program since its inception in 1997. A native Oregonian, Enders spent two years as an assistant women’s lacrosse coach at the University of Findlay in Findlay, Ohio.

Enders was a four-year lacrosse letterwinner and two-year captain at Ohio Wesleyan University, graduating in 2012. Named one of Ohio Wesleyan’s Top-Ten scholar-athletes, she earned a bachelor of science degree in psychology while also pursuing a minor in religion. During her time at OWU, she served as president of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and was North Coast Athletic Conference SAAC representative.
Enders grew up in Lake Oswego, Ore. She graduated from Portland’s St. Mary’s Academy, competing for four years in lacrosse. She was a member of consecutive Oregon Girls Lacrosse Association state championship clubs in 2007 and 2008. In addition to her high school and college experiences, Enders has been involved with girls lacrosse at the club level with Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation, with Rhino Lacrosse, and with the Midwestern Force club team in Ohio.

Kate Robinson

Kate Robinson

Head coach Kate Robinson was hired in the summer of 2014 to lead Whitman College into its first varsity women’s lacrosse season. That genesis brought along a successful club...

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Head coach Kate Robinson was hired in the summer of 2014 to lead Whitman College into its first varsity women’s lacrosse season. That genesis brought along a successful club program into NCAA Division III competition as the fifth team to compete in the sport within the Northwest Conference.

Robinson came to Whitman in 2014 after spending the previous two years as an assistant coach at the Stevens Institute of Technology (N.J.). Prior to her stint at Stevens she served one year as a graduate assistant coach for her alma mater, The Catholic University of America, where as an undergraduate the three-time All-America lacrosse honoree also excelled on the basketball court.

Robinson stepped across the sideline from the playing field at Catholic to begin her coaching career immediately after a stellar career with the Cardinals. Catholic's career leader in goals (268) and points (383), Robinson also remains the single-season pace-setter in goals (91, in 2008), assists (44, in 2009), points (121, in 2009) and caused turnovers (45, in 2009). Beyond her three all-American selections (2008, 2009, 2011), other honors earned while representing the Cardinals include the Landmark player of the year (2008, 2009), the Womenslacrosse.com midfielder of the year (2009), the D-III preseason player of the year as announced by Lacrosse Magazine (2010), and being named to the watch list for the 2010 Tewaaraton Trophy which is the annual award presented to the women's lacrosse player of the year from all divisions (I, II and III).


OUR COACHES TEACH ALL LEVELS OF PLAY We provide a nice balance of experienced senior staff members (college and high school coaches), enthusiastic recent college graduates, and current...

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We provide a nice balance of experienced senior staff members (college and high school coaches), enthusiastic recent college graduates, and current college players. 

Camp Details


From the beginner to the elite lacrosse player, our camps provide a challenge to every camper. Your skill level and overall team play will dramatically improve over the course of the camp week. Every field position is covered in camp: Attack, Midfield, Defense, and Goalie.


• 3 nights lodging • All meals
• Reversible Nike practice jersey


• Lunch & dinner
• Reversible Nike practice jersey 
• Camp hours: SUN 5:00PM-9:00PM, MON-TUE 8:45AM-9:00PM, WED 9:00AM-11:30AM

More Important Camp Details

A detailed camper registration packet containing check-in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers prior to camp. Our health and release forms do not require a doctor's signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp.


Check-in Sunday, July 16th
Check-in runs from 3:00pm to 4:30pm on day one at Buxton Hall. Camp will begin with an orientation at 4:45pm, followed by dinner and our first field session.
Check-out Wednesday, July 19th
Check-out on the final day is 11:00am at Buxton Hall.
2 campers per room. If you have a roommate request, and have not already given it to us, please do so as soon as possible. Roommate requests are not guaranteed, if you don't have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age. It will be a great opportunity to meet someone new!

  • Dorm: Buxton Hall
  • Bathrooms: shared
  • Linens: Not provided
  • Air Conditioning: Yes • No fan needed - dorms air-conditioned
  • Suggested spending money: $40
  • Medical facility: a certified trainer will be on staff at all times

Campers are supervised 24 hours a day. The staff live in the dormitories with the campers and participate in evening activities. Drugs, alcohol and tobacco are strictly prohibited, and constitute, along with general misconduct, grounds for dismissal from camp without a refund.


  • Sunday, July 16th: Check-in runs from 4:00pm to 4:30pm at Buxton Hall. Camp will begin with an orientation at 4:45pm, followed by dinner and our first field session. Check-out is 8:45pm on day one at Buxton Hall.
  • July 17th, & 18th: Check-in daily at 8:45am at Buxton Hall. Pickup at 8:45pm each evening at Buxton Hall.
  • Wednesday, July 19th: Check-out on the final day is 11:00am at Buxton Hall.
  • Daily Schedule: SUN 4:30PM-8:45PM, MON-TUE 8:45AM-8:45PM, WED 8:45AM-11:00AM


Campers have the opportunity to pre-order an Xcelerate Nike t-shirt in the camp registration process through May 1st. You will receive items purchased on the first day at camp check-in.

  • Xcelerate Nike T-Shirt - Price: $25
  • T-Shirt Sizes Available in Adult Small, Medium, Large and X-Large

Airport Shuttle Transportation

Please visit the HUT PDX airport shuttle link below for information regarding service to and from campus. The HUT shuttle will drop you off at the campus bookstore which is a 100 yard walk to Buxton Hall Dorm. Once you have your reservation, please contact our office with the details. We ask that that you arrive on campus during check-in and depart campus during check-out. HUT Shuttle Info - www.hutshuttle.com/.

Discounts Available 

Early Bird Discount: $50 - Offer Code: XLR817. (Available until January 31, 2017). You can call 1-800-645-3226 to receive the early bird discount over the phone or you can enter in the offer code XLR817 when registering via our secure website. The early bird discount cannot be combined with any other discount.

Goalie Discount: $100 - Offer Code: XLGK17. To ensure each session has enough goalies for drills and scrimmages, all goalies automatically qualify for a special $100 discount. You can call 1-800-645-3226 to receive the goalie discount over the phone or you can enter in the offer code XLGK17 when registering via our secure website. PLEASE NOTE:  Once we’ve reached our quota of registered goalies the discount will no longer be available. The goalie discount cannot be combined with any other discount.

Team Discount: $25. If five or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $25 discount. Please have a team contact reach out directly to the USSC office at 1-800-645-3226 to receive a discount code to identify your group. Campers may then register through the website at their convenience and apply the coupon code during check-out.

Note: If qualified, you may choose ONLY ONE discount


Oregon State University 

Oregon State is located in Corvallis, a vibrant college town of 55,000 in the heart of Western Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Corvallis consistently ranks among the best and safest cities to live in the U.S., as well as among the most environmentally responsible. The 400-acre main campus in Corvallis includes a Historic District, making Oregon State one of only a handful of U.S. university campuses listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The district includes such icons as Weatherford Hall, the Memorial Union and Benton Hall, the oldest building on campus.


We have three sessions per day. A great deal of instruction takes place in the early part of the day, demonstrations and instruction mid-day, and games during the evening session. We also like to throw in a number of ‘fun’ activities like our fastest shot contest, freestyle/skills competition, lax golf, pool time, rec time, and camper vs. coach game.

Below is a template and is subject to change.

Sample Daily Schedule

  • 7:30 AM Breakfast (Overnight Campers)
  • 8:45 AM Extended Day Campers Arrive
  • 9:00 AM Station Work, Drills, Position Work
  • Noon Lunch
  • 12:30 PM Rest Hour / Camp Store / Swimming
  • 2:00 PM Demonstrations, Position Work
  • 3:00 PM Small Group Scrimmages, Team Play
  • 5:00 PM Dinner
  • 6:15 PM Team Instruction / Games
  • 8:45 PM Extended Day Campers depart
  • 9:00 PM Free Time / OSU Student Center / Pizza
  • 10:45 PM Lights Out!

Camper Reviews

Oregon State Lacrosse Camper '16

  • 5/5.
Opened up a world of possibilities!

As a player from a small town, my opportunities for lacrosse are limited. This camp, however, opened up a world of possibilities. Not only did I improve my game play, but I had the chance to meet college coaches and learn about the recruiting process. I would highly recommend this camp to players of ALL skill levels.

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Oregon State Lacrosse Camper '16

  • 5/5.
Inviting atmosphere!

My experience at the Xcelerate lacrosse camp was fun and challenging; I loved playing in an inviting atmosphere with others who were working as hard as I was at improving their gameplay.

Parent of Oregon State Lacrosse Camper '15

  • 5/5.
It was a really good Lacrosse experience!

My daughter had a great stay at Xcelerate’s Oregon camp this summer.
She said she learned a lot and came back more confident in her skills with the added coaching. It was a really good Lacrosse experience!

Parent of Oregon State Lacrosse Camper '15

  • 5/5.
Thank you!!

For middle school girl lacrosse player, the Nike camp was exactly what she needed! My daughter had a great time. The only complaint was how tired she was at the end of each day instruction. Camp was great, we have recommended this camp to her fellow team member back in home. Thank you!!

Camp Dates & Prices

For additional camp information and dates call us at 1-800-NIKE-CAMP we would be happy to help you.