Lynchburg, Va. -- University of Lynchburg and head men's lacrosse coach Steve Koudelka are proud to announce the program's fall 2018 slate of camps.
Lynchburg will play host to three camps this fall with offerings ranging from 2nd through 12th grade.
The Lynchburg Lacrosse Fall Clinic, open to players in grades 2-8, will take place on five Sundays, Sept. 16, 23, and 30 and Oct. 21 and 28. Registration is $100, and the clinic will run from 12:30 to 2 p.m. each day. Players can sign up through Sept. 15.
The Fall 7v7 High School Tournament is set for Sunday, Oct. 28. The Tournament will be open to eight teams with each team having approximately 12-18 players. Registration is $100 per high school coach for a refundable deposit and $50 per player and is open until spots are full. Teams are guaranteed six 15-minute games on the day of the event.
The Old Dominion Lacrosse Coaches Prospect Day, hosted by Lynchburg men's lacrosse, will take place Sunday, Nov. 25. The showcase, open to high school-age players, costs $165 and runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Players will receive instruction from several coaches in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference's elite programs, including Coach Koudelka.
Lynchburg men's lacrosse has developed into one of the powers in NCAA Division III over the past several years. The team has won seven Old Dominion Athletic Conference championships under Coach Koudelka, including 2018, and appeared in 12 national tournaments, including the last seven. Lynchburg reached the Division III championship game in 2015 and the Elite 8 in 2005, 2013 and 2017.