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Geronimo Lacrosse - Girls Winter Clinic
Girls Winter Clinic 2017   When: Sunday, December 17 Where:...
Geronimo Lacrosse - Boys Fall Clinic
Geronimo Lacrosse Boys' Fall Clinic 2017 When: Saturday,...
Sandlot Baseball Winter Clinic
Winter Baseball Clinic 2017 December 10th, 1:00pm - 4:00pm Boys...
VolleyPaws Volleyball Season
    VOLLEYpaws – character development...
Geronimo Lacrosse - Girls Winter Clinic

Girls Winter Clinic 2017

When: Sunday, December 17
Where: Collegiate School Main Campus (Grover Jones Turf or Seal Athletic Center)
Time: 1:00 - 4:00
Who: 1st - 6th grade girls from all schools
Cost: $65

Geronimo coaches will teach the fundamentals through exciting drills and games! Building on basic techniques, girls will learn skills focusing on ground balls, cradling, passing, catching, shooting, dodging, draws, and much more!

All abilities welcome. Participants will be grouped by ability and age.
Girls will need to provide their own equipment. Please see our Equipment page for any questions.

Clinic Coaches:

Annie Richards- Collegiate Girl's Head Varsity Lacrosse Coach


Register Now!

by posted 10/15/2017
Geronimo Lacrosse - Boys Fall Clinic

Geronimo Lacrosse Boys' Fall Clinic 2017

When: Saturday, October 21st from 9:00am - 12:00pm

Where: Collegiate School Main Campus
Grover Jones Turf field (Seal Athletic Center if needed)

Who: 1st-6th grade boys

Fee: $65 (includes instruction and a t-shirt)

All participants will be grouped by both ability and age

Clinic Description:

Geronimo coaches, including Division I and Division III college players, will follow a disciplined approach to teaching fundamental lacrosse skills. Some areas of focus include: shooting, feeding, stick protection, dodging, defense, etc.

With a maximum coach to camper ratio of 8:1, we provide outstanding instruction in building the fundamentals essential to success at the youth level and beyond.


Players must provide all equipment, including mouthpieces.

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by posted 09/25/2017
Sandlot Baseball Winter Clinic

Winter Baseball Clinic 2017

December 10th, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Boys 1st – 6th grade boys
Collegiate School Robins Campus
$90 (includes instruction and tshirt)

The Sandlot Winter Clinic is designed to provide 3 hours of intensive training in a fun and energetic atmosphere.

Camp will feature high level hitting instruction as well as pitching and fielding progressions.
Players will participate in multiple drills with college and/or pro coaches that will aid in the players development.

The hitting portion will focus on improving swing mechanics, techniques, and an overall approach to improving as a hitter through drills and concepts.

The pitching portion will strive to improve each player’s delivery direction, rhythm, mechanics, and pitch development.

The fielding portion will focus on both infield and outfield drills to improve defense, decision making and throwing accuracy.

The Sandlot clinic will be run by Andrew Slater, head Collegiate boys' baseball coach and will have special guest D1 coaches and professional players. 

Past instructors unclude:
Mike Roberts UVA and Brewers
Marlin Ikenberry JMU
Jonathan Hadra VMI
Casey Dykes VMI
Matt Winn Giants

Register Now!

by andrew vigne posted 09/05/2017
VolleyPaws Volleyball Season



VOLLEYpaws – character development through volleyball!

VOLLEYpaws offers every child the opportunity to learn and play volleyball in a fun, safe, supervised and positive environment.  All abilities are welcome, as our program offers individualized attention for each player so she may develop skills and improve her level of play. The primary purpose of our VOLLEYpaws program is to teach and improve the basic volleyball skills (serving, passing, setting, and spiking) with an emphasis on character development through sport.

VOLLEYpaws is open to 3rd-6th grade girls from all schools.

Click here for more information!


by posted 05/02/2017