Nike Lacrosse Camps announces new Rocky Hill School location

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Nike Lacrosse Camps will debut in East Greenwich this summer.

The Nike Boys Lacrosse Camp at Rocky Hill School will provide players of all positions and ability levels the opportunity to improve and refine every facet of their game in a positive, progressive, and challenging environment. High performance lacrosse camp directors and coaches are involved in every step of the process, from teaching fundamental skills to promoting championship habits.

Directing camp this summer is Barrington High School Boy’s Lacrosse Coach, Alex Champagne, along with East Greenwich Youth Lacrosse Coach Jared Zimmer.

“Coach Champagne and Coach Zimmer are proven leaders and accomplished lacrosse players,” states Paul Merrion, Senior Vice President at US Sports Camps in a press release. “After a dynamic collegiate playing experience at both Ohio Wesleyan and Mount Ida College, which resulted in three NCAA Tournament appearances and multiple individual national awards, Coach Champagne headed to China and played lacrosse internationally for Team Hong Kong for two years. Coach Zimmer played at Rocky Hill School and currently is a youth coach in East Greenwich. We are very excited to have both direct camp this summer.

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US Sports Camps (USSC), headquartered in San Rafael, California, is the world’s largest sports camp network and the licensed operator of Nike Sports Camps. The company has offered summer camps since 1975 with the same mission that defines it today: to shape a lifelong enjoyment of athletics through high quality sports education and skill enhancement.

This is a complete skills day camp, July 15-18, designed for youth lacrosse players ages 9-17, from Kent County, and beyond.

Players, Coaches, and parents interested in learning more about the Nike Lacrosse Camp at Rocky Hill School can visit the website

The Rocky Hill School is located on 84 acres along the Potowomut River and Narragansett Bay in East Greenwich, RI.