St. Joseph High School Boys Lacrosse Camp
St. Joseph High School
St. Joseph High School Boys Lacrosse Camp
July 9 - July 12, 2018
Half Day $225.00 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Day Camp $355.00 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
GameBreaker is proud to return to St. Joseph High School for this Trumbull boys lacrosse camp. This CT lacrosse 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
Brendan Talbot began his lacrosse career at Longwood High School on Long Island where he was a team captain and a standout defenseman. He then went on to Quinnipiac University as part of their first Division I recruiting class in 1998. Talbot went on to start for four years and was a team captain for three years (2000-2002). In 2001 Quinnipiac had its best season in program history going 14-2 and were the MAAC champions. At the conclusion of his collegiate lacrosse career Brendan was named as a starter in the NEILA East-West college All-Star game in 2002.
Talbot began his coaching career at his alma mater in 2003 as a graduate assistant and by 2005 he was named Quinnipiac’s defensive coordinator at the time making him the youngest first assistant in Division I. Coach Talbot then took his game to the Connecticut high school level coaching at New Fairfield HS (2006-2007), where he is currently employed. He was nominated for Class S assistant of the year in 2006. In 2008 Coach Talbot took his first head coaching position at New Milford High School. He was the head coach at New Milford HS from 2008-2013 earning a career record of 60-36 (.625%). In Talbot’s six years at the helm, New MIlford won two SWC Large School championships (2009 & 2010) and qualified for the SWC and CIAC play-offs each year. In 2009 Brendan was nominated for Class L coach of the year. During that time, New Milford finished ranked in the top 25 in the state of Connecticut in three of his six years (2008, 2009 & 2013). Talbot coached many high school players that went on to success at the Division I, II & III levels including national champions, a Tewaaraton nominee and several team captains.
In 2014 Brendan returned to college lacrosse as the defensive coordinator at Western Connecticut State University where he held that position for two years, guiding Western to consecutive appearances in the Little East play-offs. Currently Coach Talbot is the head coach at St. Joseph’s High School in Trumbull, Connecticut. In his first year, 2016, he guided the Cadets back to the Class S championship.
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
I came to camp with a few of my friends and it was awesome. My favorite part was the fun competitions the coaches did.
My son had a wonderful time at summer camp. He came home each day wanted to show me what he learned. He is now even more excited about playing lacrosse.
I cannot wait to come back to camp next year. I had such a fun time playing with all the new friends I made. See you next summer!
This day camp was the perfect combination of fun and drills. My son had a lot of fun, but was constantly learning throughout the week. This was a well-organized camp we hope you run this camp next year too.
GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps are the best! My son really enjoyed his time at camp and hopes to return with some friends next year. Thanks for hosting such a great camp.
I currently play for an 8th grade team and this was good exposure for me to play against other people my age who plan on trying out for the freshmen team next year. I was able to compare our skill levels and find some aspects of my game that could use improvements before next season.
My son is going to St. Joseph High School next year and we felt this camp was a good way for him to prepare for what playing at the high school level takes. He was able to speak with the coaches and ask their input on what they look for in player’s game that would make him stand out in try outs. This information was very helpful for my son.
I spent a lot of time at camp working on strengthening my weaker hand. I wanted to take advantage of the extra practice time to improve on a weakness while many of my teammates were on vacation. Thanks for giving me this opportunity.
I was really impressed with how much I learned at camp. The coaches really knew what they were talking about which made the drills have purpose. Overall, I learned a lot and had a great time.
This camp was one of the best lacrosse camps I have sent my son to. The instruction they received was very thorough and the coaches explained why they were doing each drill in relation to when you might use the skills in a game setting. I think that was a big factor in having the kids give 100% at all times.