Camp Information & Session Dates

LaxStar camp will not be held this summer.

LaxStar camp has provided players the training they need to get to the next level in a fun and constructive environment. Whether the player is a beginner or preparing for competitive August tryouts, our experienced staff will provide the tools the athlete needs to succeed. LaxStar is offered at two locations: Georgetown Visitation in Washington, DC and at the Spring Hill RECenter in McLean, VA.

Why LaxStar? Our coaches will assist the players in:

Assessing ability: Campers will be grouped by ability so that novices are comfortable and more advanced players are challenged. Specific coaches are assigned to these roles.

Training: Players will work on skills and plays using drills and scrimmages. Areas covered include:

  • Stick skill: cradling, catching, passing, and ground balls
  • Offense: shooting and dodging
  • Defense: stance, stick position, and avoiding fouls
  • Conditioning: speed, agility, and footwork

Teamwork: Players will learn how to work in a team setting and develop transferable skills that make them a valuable teammate on and off the field.

To register, click on the camp date and time in the tables below. Complete the enrollment form and pay instantly online. Daily registration are accepted; please call the office for details. If your child falls outside of the age/grade range, but would still like to attend camp, contact our office for approval.

LAXSTAR AT Georgetown Visitation

Session Dates

LaxStar 1

Girls Only, Rising 7th-12th Graders






Session Dates

LaxStar 1

Girls Only, Ages 7-12



Cost $185

LaxStar Directors:

Maddie Hoburg

LaxStar Director at Georgetown Visitation & Spring Hill RECenter

Olivia Naughton

Georgetown Visitation graduate, plays lacrosse at the College of William & Mary

Morgan Pence

Plays varsity lacrosse at Georgetown Visitation, ranked #3 by the Washington Post

Molly McCarthy

Plays varsity lacrosse at Georgetown Visitation, ranked #3 by the Washington Post

What your child should bring to camp:

Lacrosse campers need a stick, mouth guard, eye googles, and cleats.

We also recommend they bring:

  • Water bottle
  • Comfortable, athletic clothes
  • Sunscreen and hat
  • Sneakers (cleats are not permitted indoors so all campers should have sneakers)