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impress campers and inhaling those 200 smelly pinnies that haven't been washed for four days are just some of the very real "counselor struggles." In spite of this, what was once considered a miserable camp event later transforms into a comical story we all love to retell. Overcoming these camp adversities somehow increases our love for lacrosse. and we keep coming back for more.
Camps. If you've been in the lacrosse world for long enough, there's a good chance you've been a part of at least one lacrosse camp experience in some way, shape, or form. On one side of it, camps are exciting and at timeseven nerve racking. Young players get a chance to see a college campus, interact with current college players and coaches and show off their game while also improving their skills.
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So camp can be many thingsexciting, nerve racking, challenging and even smelly. Nevertheless, one thing is for certain in attending a summer lacrosse camp. Whether you are a player, coach, or counselor, camp is ALWAYS rewarding. As a counselor, my favorite part of camp is seeing how much each player improves, how excited they are about the sport of lacrosse and how much fun they've had advancing their skills throughout the week.
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I can still remember attending UNC camp when I was in middle school and being in awe of the college players and coaching staff! It was such an exciting experience to interact with big time college athletes, meet new friends from around the country and develop my lacrosse skills. I'm a true believer that camp is an amazing opportunity for young players to learn about a specific college program while also improving their game.
players see us as role models, I'm actually the one who looks up to these young players in terms of lacrosse. Watching these girls play helps remind me of why I fell in love with lacrosse in the first place. They keep the game fun and silly and extremely entertaining which is, after all, what it's all about.
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So, if you're up in the air about attending a summer lacrosse camp as a coach, counselor, or player, I would highly recommend giving it a chance. The experience is very unique and the pros always outweigh the cons.
However, there can be a "dark" side of camp one that is challenging and downright hard for both players and counselors to push through. From a player's perspective, you're constantly plagued by the sweltering heat, long skill sessions, non air conditioned dorms, questionable reffing from college players, long lines for the showers and the same smelly pinnie for a week. But counselors and coaches also face challenges!
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