MSOE Men's Lacrosse Prospect CampDate: September 22, 2018
Grades: Rising Freshmen to Seniors
Location: Viets Field
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Registration Deadline: Open until camp is full.
The goal of the MSOE Prospect Camp is to provide campers direct exposure to MSOE Lacrosse staff as well as the opportunity to receive positional instruction, a thorough Division III coaching evaluation, and above all, a clear understanding of the Division III student-athlete experience at MSOE University, both on and off the field.
Head Lacrosse Coach, Sean Farrell
Coach Farrell has essentially built the MSOE Lacrosse program from the ground up over his first four seasons in charge. Taking over a program that had won just one game on the field in its first four years of existence prior to his arrival, he has led the Raiders to 21 wins over the last three seasons alone. The teams have quite efficiently rewritten the program record books for offensive and defensive statistics, while 10 players have earned all-league honors in his four seasons. The Raiders have won eight matches in two of the last three seasons, including last season when they qualified for its first-ever league tournament.
Before coming to MSOE, Farrell spent four years as an assistant coach at Carthage College, where the Red Men competed in two conference tournaments and had multiple 10 win seasons.
As a player, he was part of Nassau County Community College's 2001 NJCAA National Championship team. He began his collegiate career at Adelphi College in 2000 and played at Stony Brook from 2002-03, helping the program make its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance. While still playing collegiately, Farrell got his first experience with coaching during the off-season as an assistant for the Long Island Sting club program from 2000-03.
MSOE Lacrosse Camps are held on Viets Field. The stadium has artificial turf, LED lights and halftime rooms.
All campers are responsible for bringing their own equipment which should be in good repair.
Campers must have their own health insurance. Each camper must complete a medical history and liability release form. The medical history form will be mailed/emailed with confirmation. Be sure to download the medical history form and mail it in with your registration. Under no circumstances may a camper participate without completing these forms.
Confirmation / Refunds / Event Cancellations
Registration confirmation will be emailed prior to the start of the camp. Confirmation will include a medical form and more camp specifics. Both the medical form and the liability form must be completed in order to participate. No refunds will be given unless accompanied by an authorized doctor's notice. In the event of a camp cancellation, campers will be notified one week prior to the start of the camp and a full refund will be processed.