RAM CAMP STAFF
The camp is staffed by for the most part by players, coaches, and alumni from the CSU lacrosse program. Our staff is large because we staff it with our own CSU lacrosse “family.” The camper to counselor ratio will be approximately 4.5:1.
The staff makes sure that players/campers are at meals and on time for sessions. The counselors will meet and help the campers check-in and get settled. Roommates can be requested, but often we find that it works better to assign rooms when they check-in on the first morning.
Counselors work with their groups all camp long. Dorms are monitored and attendance is taken at all the sessions. Counselors will serve as check-out guides on the final day.
Mentoring is part of the counselor/camper relationship as well. Here at CSU we like as many players becoming counselors as possible.
As mentioned we have always taken pride in putting passion and energy into every skill level. We know there are jewels to be found in the rough when they are ready to be found. We want to help make it easier for coaches to find them. We invite young players who are just learning the sport to join us each summer. We think this early stage of learning to play and love the game is very important. It sets the foundation for the future.
SAFETY / TRAINERS
CSU is up to date with an on campus lightning detector and other safety aware features. Gatorade will be available, and we take plenty of breaks for water. There is a building available for shade, and tents are set up around the fields for shade and trainers.
We use experienced trainers and they are on field at all camp times. We will try to accommodate individual needs for players. Please let us know about special needs when you send in your application.
Counselors work with their groups all camp long. Dorms are monitored and attendance is taken at all the sessions. Insurance is handled through the university.