Go Rogue: Lacrosse Camps That Train Like The Pros With The Pros
Separate yourself from the rest and go Rogue. The Rogue experience is about giving each individual the skills, guidance and confidence to play as part of a team while defining yourself as a player. Rogue Lacrosse Camps are instructed by current collegiate coaches and professional players. Rogue is excited to offer 2019 camps in New York. Campers grades 5-12 may attend with day camps, overnight camps and extended day camp options. Rogue camps are defined by the skill level, perseverance and sheer dedication of its coaches. It’s our intention to create individual attention to detail that separates Rogue from the rest. “We don’t talk at our athletes, we listen to them. It is our ability to listen to each individual and our attentiveness that gives our players the advantage of ‘feeling’ the game,” Josh Porcell Founder & CEO. Lacrosse is not meant to be a game of brute force but a game that involves teamwork, skill, strategy, and the ability to think in the moment. Rogue teaches its players to apply these qualities to conquer their opponents in the game and to overcome obstacles in life. Rogue coaches challenge players to ask themselves: Where am I in the game? Where do I want to be in the game? How can I take my game to the next level? The professional staff at Rogue will show players how to get there. At Rogue, we are coaches but most of all we are players with professional experience. Wouldn’t you rather learn from us?
Rogue brings current and prospective lacrosse players some of the best talent in the world to its camps. The Rogue staff is comprised of former collegiate players whom are now collegiate coaches, professional players and/or members of Team USA.
What to expect at Rogue Camps:
Our camps offer overnight and extended day options. At Rogue, each player will learn the fundamental skills of the game from an experienced staff that includes current and former collegiate/professional lacrosse players. The entire Rogue team is committed to developing and enhancing the potential of each player through positive instruction and game-like situations.
Joshua Porcell – UMBC, Former Professional Player (MLL), Assistant Coach Siena College
Kyle Hartzell – Salisbury, New York Lizards (MLL), Team USA, Head Coach Plano West HS
Terry Kimener – UMBC, Charlotte Hounds (MLL), Assistant Coach Plano West HS
Marcus Holman – UNC, Chicago Machine (MLL), Team USA
Drew Adams – Penn State, New York Lizards (MLL), Team USA
Scotty Rodgers – Notre Dame, Ohio Machine (MLL)
Eric Martin – Salisbury, Boston Cannons (MLL), Team USA
Greg Gurenlian – Penn State, New York Lizards (MLL), Team USA, Face-Off Academy
Jerry Ragonese – RIT, New York Lizards (MLL), Face-Off Academy
Chris Mattes – Rutgers, Florida Launch (MLL), Face-Off Academy
Kieran McArdle – St. Johns, Florida Launch (MLL)
John Svec – Loyola, Head Coach Siena College
Rob Cross – UMBC, Assistant Coach Siena College
Derek Pedrick – Springfield, Head Coach University of Arizona
Vonzel Legall – Stony Brook, Former Pro Rochester Rattlers (MLL)
Jon Warner – Bucknell, Head Coach Saratoga Springs Varsity
Dan Mckeon – UAlbany, Assistant Coach Guilderland Varsity