The Most Intimate Recruiting Experience in the Country!!
American Revolution Western ID Camp brings 200 athletes across all four high school age groups to Army and Navy Academy in Carlsbad, California to compete in front of 40+ coaches from D1, D2, D3, and MCLA schools.
Every session will take place on one turf field. There will be no where to hide. All eyes will be on you. Don't roll the dice with getting exposure this summer. Over the course of three days, players will be divided into eight teams and will be coached by two college coaches in order to receive immediate introduction to college theory and expectations.
Some players go all summer without participating in an all star game. What could attending a single field event with 40+ college coaches do to transform your future?
Army and Navy Academy
2605 Carlsbad Boulevard
Carlsbad, CA 92008
June 29-July 1st
Includes room and board, reversible, shooting shirt, shorts, ZimaGear helmet decal
Athletes spend two nights in ANA barracks and eat all meals on campus.
Raise money for WLax by purchasing gift cards - either to use at places you already frequent, for special occasions, or to give as gifts! Westview Lacrosse receives a percentage from every gift card we sell. This fundraiser will be ongoing throughout the season.
Complete order form
Obtain forms from website, email message, or at the concession stand
Remember to circle WGL or WBL and team
Checks made out to Westview Lacrosse
Submit orders and payment on Mondays during February
FIRST ORDER DUE MONDAY FEBRUARY 16TH at the beginning of conditioning/practice
Next order collection will be Monday February 23rd
Additional collection dates to be announced
Cards will be distributed Friday of the same week during conditioning/practice (or per arrangement with Coordinator)
Please contact the Scrip Coordinator Leah Carpenter with any questions: email@example.com
Oregon law SB 721 (a.k.a. Jenna's Law), requires coaches, officials, players and parents to be aware of concussion symptoms and procedures. The OHSLA &OGLA require that the following documents from the Center of Disease Control (CDC) be read by both parents and players: