Hopkins School Boys Lacrosse Camp
New Haven, CT
Hopkins School Boys Lacrosse Camp
July 24 - July 27, 2017
Half Day $195.00 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Day Camp $345.00 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
GameBreaker is proud to return to the Hopkins School for this New Haven, Connecticut boys lacrosse camp. This camp is open to boys ages 6-17 with half-day option from 9-12 daily for ages 6-9. Campers will learn individual stick skills, positional play, team concepts, and will scrimmage daily. We also hold many fun contests during the week for great prizes. Join us for an unforgettable week of lacrosse training and fun!
About Our Coaches
Scott Bartush began coaching at Hopkins in 2017. Coach Bartush is a graduate of Endicott College were he played both football and lacrosse. At Endicott Scott won two conference championships, was voted all conference for two consecutive years along with being the captain of both his lacrosse and football team. Before entering college Scott attended Fairfield High School were he was also the captain of his football and lacrosse team along with winning a state championship in 1998 and being voted All State and All FCIAC in his junior and senior year. Since graduating from Endicott in 2004 Scott has been the Assistant Coach and Defense Coach at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. In the last 11 years at Fairfield Ludlowe Scott has helped take them to the State and FCIAC playoffs multiple times along with getting them to the State Class S Championship game. He was also voted the CT Class L Assistant Coach of the Year in 2015.
Check in/out: Day Campers check in daily at 9am. Check out daily at 3pm. (check out for half day campers is 12pm)
Age & Ability: Day camp is open to ages 7-17 of all ability levels. Half-Day camp is open to ages 6-9.
Meals Provided: Campers are to bring their own lunch.
Day Camper Schedule:
9:00 Campers arrive; Stretching and warm-up
9:15 First Session - Individual skill work
10:15 Lax Talk and All-Star Demos
10:45 Positional Training
12:00 Lunch, Half-Day Campers depart
1:00 Second Session - Team Concepts
2:00 Team games
3:00 Full-Day Campers depart
The GameBreaker staff was so helpful, they answered all of my questions at the start of camp. I look forward to sending my son back next year.
Camp was so much fun. I had a great time playing against the other campers. I plan on coming back for even longer next year. Thanks!
This was a great camp. My son had so much fun, he cannot wait to return next season. This camp will be highly recommended to all of the other team parents.
This camp was a great way to measure my game with other prospective high school players. I was able to pull some of the coaches to the side and ask them what ways I could stand out on varsity tryouts next spring. They were very helpful and I took what they said to heart since they are all high school coaches.
I went to camp with some of my teammates and it was good to get in some practice to work on our offensive chemistry. By the end of the week we all knew where the other was going to be and we were able to make a bunch of plays.
My son has been playing lacrosse for a while and wanted to use this camp as a training tool to add some new moves to his game. He really enjoyed the coaches input and advice. He plans on using what he learned at camp to impress his coaches and teammates come the fall.
My time at the GameBreaker Lacrosse Camp was the best week of my summer. I wish I had my mom signed me up for multiple weeks. Next year I plan on going to camp for more than 1 week.
I was hesitant to send my son to camp being that he was brand new to the sport and was unsure if he would enjoy it. After the first day he could not stop smiling and telling me how much fun he had. Thanks for the fun times.
My son Jackson attended camp this summer and he raved about how great camp was. He was one of the lucky campers that won a stick as a prize and has used it every day since camp ended.
My wife and I sent our two sons to camp this week and it was a great experience for both of them. They are both relatively new to the game and this was a great way to introduce them to the rules and work on their fundamentals. The coaches did a great job of making learning the game fun.