2021 National Prospects ID camp

  2021 Application Open 


Players are asked to submit an application with a coaches reference so we can screen attendees to ensure the best possible experience for all campers.


A selective youth lacrosse teaching camp for the middle school player committed to achieving success in the sport he loves!

The National ID Camp is not for everyone. But, it might be perfect for you/your son! 

Successful applicants typically will have been starters for their respective club AA/A type travel teams. 

We will limit to 152 players; 76 players per age group as follows:

2025s (8th Grade) - 20 attack, 28 midfielders, 20 defenders and 8 goalies. 
2026s (7th Grade) - 20 attack, 28 midfielders, 20 defenders, and 8 goalies.
2027 (6th Grade) - a limted number of bigger, faster, stronger 6th graders will be considered with high reccommendation.
Players will experience an intense, fast-paced teaching environment during the instruction sessions. These sessions will include both team dynamics as well as position specific breakouts. No matter what team you play for, you do not want to miss this opportunity to play with and meet some of the best players in the nation.


LOCATION --- Saint James School, Hagerstown MD    www.stjames.edu

Midfield & Camp Director Director - Brian Kelly    - Head Coach Goucher College

Attack Director - Ben Rubeor   - Former Pro player / Head Coach PLL ATLAS 

Defense Director -  Kyle Hartzell  - PLL All Star/ Team USA 

Goalie Director - Jake Stover - PLL Player  


CAMP STAFF from 2020:

Ben Ruebor PLL Head Coach - ATLAS 
Anthony Orsini Marquette
Luke Shilling Johns Hopkins
Connor Whipple Bucknell - Assistant Coach
Bill O'Brien Pro Box Player
Chris Fisher Georgetown - Assistant Coach
Brandon Shure Johns Hopkins
Michael Ubriaco Villanova
Brian Kelly Goucher - Head Coach
Tucker Mizhir Princeton - Assistant Coach
Ian Moore Lafayette - Assistant Coach
John Hogan Penn State - Assistant Coach
Jake Stover  PLL Goalie 
Brock Turnbaugh Johns Hopkins - graduate
Eric Ritchie McDaniel - Assistant Coach



 Check-in is 12 noon to 1:30pm on Monday, June 21. Campers with last names starting with A-L please plan to arrive between 12-12:45 pm and M-Z around 12:45 pm. This would be most helpful and ensure a smooth check-in. If you need to be there before noon because of flights or whatever, please email, NPIDCAMP@gmail.com, and we will do our best to accommodate. Check-in is done in Kemp Hall.Tuition $699 - All fees paid are non refundable - UNLESS CAMP IS CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19 AND PLAYERS COULD EXPECT A FULL REFUND MINUS A $50 PER PLAYER ADMINISTRATIVE FEE.

Check out will start between 11am and 12 noon on Thursday, June 24th. We encourage parents to come back early, 9:15am, and watch the last 2 games of the session.  Town Car transportation is available from BWI, Dulles or National.

In checking medical information, we do not have many issues with players so if you forgot to bring something to our attention please email it ASAP. We do ask that you do not send snacks that could affect a camper with peanut allergies. A little consideration will go a long way protecting our fellow campers! Camp will have 2 medical trainers on site with each camper’s medical and emergency contact information. The closest hospital is Meritus Medical Center located at 11116 Medical Campus Road in Hagerstown, Maryland 21742 in case of a medical emergency.

We ask that you refrain from trying to “watch” camp Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday. We don’t want to be constantly checking on every adult to make sure they are a parent in order to ensure the safety of all our campers. No “helicoptering” allowed, please and thank you.

Boys are permitted to bring cell phones and other electronics. Please note we are not responsible for any lost or broken items.

We look forward to working with you/your son and believe we have a great plan in place!