| 2005 CSU High Altitude Lacrosse
The 2005 High Altitude Lacrosse Camp took place from July 7-10 and we had another great
group of players. Coach Flip, the CSU players, and other special guests look forward to
seeing you next year. See Camp Info
See the 2005 HALC Awards Winning Players
See the 2005 HALC Chumash Results &
2005 CSU High Altitude Lacrosse Camp
July 7 - July 10
Sponsored by Rock-it Pocket
Camp Brochure (PDF) - download this file and
print it out to register for the camp.
CSU High Altitude Lacrosse Camp is sponsored and hosted By Colorado State Rec. Sports and
Colorado State University
Flip Naumburg - Head Coach CSU, USLIA National Champions 1999, 2001, 2003. Coach of the Year
(National) 1999. Head Coach USA West, which toured Japan and China in 2004
Bill Hill - Colorado State University - Main contact - 970-491-3793
Learn from the best! The CSU High Altitude Camp is staffed by current and former All Americans
as well as "Guest" coaches from Colorado and around the country. Players from the
CSU Lacrosse program are there to make sure campers get individual attention. We don't want
anyone to "get lost in the crowd". The ratio of players to coach is 5:1, and the
dorms are monitored at night by one adult for every 12 campers.
We make sure that the adults who stay in the dorm are the most responsible and seasoned staffers.
University security is excellent.
CSU Athletic Trainers are on site at all times. The university is equipped with lightning
warning devices. At this time of year heat can be a factor, too and water breaks are very
much part of the curriculum at HALC.
FUN AND FAMILY
Every year this camp has grown, and it has done so without much fanfare or advertising. Our
philosophy is one of fun mixed with family. Bonding with others and learning how to quickly
create a team feeling is an area of focus at CSU, and is a big part of what this camp is all
Lacrosse is a high intensity sport played at a very fast pace. By learning how to be a "Team
player" and a good Teammate, the player becomes capable of playing the game at a higher
level. Our goal is for every player who attends the HAC to leave with more tools to help his
team with than he had before he came.
GOAL TENDING CAMP
CSU Goalie Directors:
Alex Smith CSU '03
Pete Jokisch CSU '06
* Guest Coaches will be featured throughout the camp to help with all
the individual skills, such as facing off, shooting, and dodging.
* Raffles and competitions for lacrosse prizes daily
* Team tournaments and night games under the lights.
* Chumash Lacrosse, a 3 on 3 game that is fun and teaches the game while you play it.
WHAT'S IN A DAY?
A typical day will have a morning session that includes skills, drills, and team concepts
like team defense. The mid-day break will feature lunch in the school cafeteria, followed
by time to swim or rest. The afternoon session will vary from day to day, with games, tournaments,
skill competitions, and special clinics. Night sessions start at 7:00. Chumash games and tournaments
have become the popular night session activity over the years.
Question and answer sessions are always sprinkled in with the "Laid back" coaching
style of Coach Naumburg. Players learn about how to go about playing here at HAC. They do
not just run around and play.
There will be no one timing the 40 yard sprint. Coaches will not be stopping by to recruit,
although they are welcome to come up and take a look if they want.....
We are here to learn and have fun celebrating the great game of lacrosse in this festive summer
setting nestled in the shadow of the Rocky Mountain foothills.
OVERNIGHT CAMPER - $410 - 7TH - 12TH GRADE - We will arrange added transportation if necessary
(Pick up from DIA)
DAY CAMPER - $310 - UNDER 7TH GRADE (Ft. Collins) - includes lunch for first three days. There
is no lunch the 4th day.
THERE IS A $25 DISCOUNT available IF PAYMENT IS RECEIVED BY MAY 1, 2005.
Registration and $150 deposit due by June 17, 2005 Registration deadline is also June 17,
2005. Registration is limited to first 150 campers.
Check in and check out both begin at 11:00 a.m. - Thursday, July 7, and Sunday, July 10.
Every camper will receive a reversible practice jersey inside his welcome packet. Players
need own equipment. Added equipment will be available to purchase at the lax store set up
in the dorm on campus.
See Pictures of the
(PDF) - download this file and print it out to register for the camp.