Camp fee is $150
Rising 5th - Rising 8th graders
July 6-10 9:00-12:00/2:00-5:00 at The Abbey
Combine soccer, basketball, and hockey and you have lacrosse, one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States. We are very excited to offer lacrosse camp to this year's Summer at Benedictine.
Do your kids love lacrosse? Are they interested in working on their skills and bringing their game to the next level? If so, then Benedictine Lacrosse Camp is just what they're looking for.
Our Lacrosse Camp is geared towards kids who want to develop their skills. Each camp includes skill drills, lacrosse related games, and a scrimmage at the end of the day. At Benedictine College Preparatory Lacrosse Camp, we aim to develop a lifelong love of sports and the idea of being active. Lacrosse is a great way to develop this interest because it is a great way for kids to stay active during the summer months.
Cilimberg, graduated from Deep Run High School in 2010 where he
participated in numerous activities in addition to playing lacrosse.
Over the past four years, Coach Cilimberg has been an active member of
the Old Dominion University Men’s Lacrosse team, which went from a
social club at the school to one of the most successful teams in the
National Collegiate Lacrosse League. While at Old Dominion, he has
served as a Team Officer during his Junior season prior to being elected
as both Team Captain and President during his Senior season. Coach
Cilimberg has also participated in many local men’s lacrosse leagues,
such as the Richmond Summer Lacrosse League and Box (indoor) Lacrosse at
In addition to a successful playing career, over the last two years Sean
has been coaching for V3 Lacrosse based out of Virginia Beach,
Virginia. While at V3, Coach Cilimberg has been a key member of the
coaching staff all year round, coaching all ages from K-12. He has been
responsible for planning and coaching numerous clinics and camps, as
well as coaching multiple select travel teams. Most notably was his
spring campaign with the V3 U15 Select team, which started off with an
eleven game winning streak before losing the two last games of the
season by a slim margin. Also, Coach Cilimberg has been able to work
one-on-one with numerous professionals that are well respected in the