STX Rising College Prep

STX Rising College Prep

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This camp is for committed players ONLY - please contact us for more information.

The STX Rising College Prep camp is 3d Lacrosse’s premiere college lacrosse preparatory camp. Previously known as the 3d College Prep Overnight camp, last year's event featured more than 60 Division I and III college-committed players from across the nation who traveled to New Hampshire for a weekend of full-throttle training in a high-intensity and competitive atmosphere. The jump from high school to college lacrosse presents a massive learning curve and if you're not preparing for the speed, skill, and IQ of the next level, you will end up on the bench. Committing to a college or a university does not mean it's now time to relax. In fact, it's time to really go to work. The STX Rising College Prep camp is designed to provide players with the proper information and guidance so that they can prepare themselves for college lacrosse. Players will run through college level practices, and receive top-level instruction from coaches who have experience, both as players and coaches, at the college level.

The week will immediately show how you stack up against other future college lacrosse players, while highlighting your strengths and weaknesses. As you continue to play with higher-level talent, you will see areas of your game that need improvement such as, strength, foot speed, stick skills, finishing, and your overall lacrosse IQ. Determining what areas need improvement, and understanding how to attack them, will leave you in a better position to receive playing time at the college level.

One of our main goals for the STX Rising College Prep camp is to give the players a feel for what it will be like to play college sports, including many aspects outside of lacrosse. We will be educating players in other areas, including health, nutrition, leadership and strength and conditioning. It is crucial for players to have an understanding of how these areas all mesh with the game of lacrosse, as they each play a major role in college athletics.

If you are serious about playing college lacrosse and want to give yourself the best chance to compete for a starting roll, then prepare with the best at this year's STX Rising College Prep.

For the STX Rising College Prep camp, you will need to bring linens, a fan and additional personal items. If you prefer to rent through 3d instead, we will provide information on rental packages as the summer months approach. 

Check out what others have said about their experience below:

3d Lacrosse STX Rising College Prep from 3d Lacrosse on Vimeo.


“Jack came back truly enriched from 3d Committed Camp in so many ways. Of course, he loved three sessions a day of intense play amongst excellent lacrosse talent. That much he was expecting. What took place in between was equally impactful and was not anticipated but in many ways resonated more deeply. The speakers clearly connected in a very positive way.”

“this was hands down the single best lacrosse event I have been a part of. Not only was the competition the absolute best, but so was the coaching and classroom guidance. This seemed like the only camp where the coaches actually really cared about all the kids there and helping to improve their game.”

”Nothing could prepare me more than that tempo of lacrosse”

“I left 3d Committed feeling like I had improved my game more so than any other three days of lacrosse I have played, and I have been to countless camps and showcases.”

“Will said this was the best camp experience he has had. I think he took away a lot - not only from a lacrosse perspective but also from a leadership and life decision perspective.”

“I love the work we put in on the field, but I feel like the lessons we learned in the classroom were more bigger picture. I think a lot of kids don't think big picture walking into their freshman year.”

"The coaching and the level of talent were probably the two most rewarding factors. Picked up some little things (particularly on defense and shooting) which go a long way in making a good first impression with your college coach. Also, helps alleviate anxiety about what a college setting will be like."

“It also has a great vibe because no one is trying to get recruited so its not about hogging the ball and getting your own individual looks, its about improving your game and playing with a team.”

“It was one of the most efficient, organized, and competitive lacrosse events that I have ever been to. The coaching was both expert and informative. While at times the practices were fast paced, critical, and rigorous, I think the coaching staff did a fantastic job at remaining approachable towards any player who needed advice about the game. The competitive environment created by the camp was perfect for developing our level of play and I think that many of the campers thrived when playing with such a mature mentality of buying in and listening to our coaches.”


Tuesday, July 16th -Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Check in: 8:00am-9:00am on Tuesday, July 16th, 2019
Check out: 2:00pm on Thursday, July 18th, 2019


New Hampton School
70 Main St.
New Hampton, NH 03256

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3d Lacrosse Overnight Camp Medical Form 2019

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See past and current STX Rising College Prep attendees below! 

First Name Last Name Committed To First Name Last Name Committed To
Alex Bamford Michigan George Loring Harvard
Ben Bechter Hobart Jack Lyne Johns Hopkins
Nicholas Beeson Bryant  Kevin Mack Michigan
Michael Biddle UMass Amherst Cameron Macri UNC
Tyler Bogart UMass Amherst Ward Mahoney Skidmore
Cole Boland Loyola Aidan Marron St Johns
Jake Boll Harvard Nick Martin Syracuse
Thomas Bono Bucknell  Gabe Maxwell Lawrenceville
Andrew Bowman Princeton Ryan McCaffrey University of Richmond
Christopher Brady Lafayette Connor McCarthy Princeton
James Burr Boston University Michael (Jack) McInnis Boston University
Watson Cheek Harvard Jake McLean St Johns
Evan Chen Endicott College  Auden Menke Notre Dame
Adam Chodos UVM Thomas Middleton Merrimack
Ben Churchill Princeton William Moriarty Saint Michael's College
Drew Cioffi UVM James (Jake) Mueller Boston University
Ben Connelly Tufts Kiernan Mulcahy Roger Williams University
Daniel Cotnoir Bryant Conor Muldoon Boston University
Luke Crimmins Princeton Milan Murray UVA
Gareth Cunniff Colgate Will Murtagh Boston University
Matthew DeMarche Boston University Ben Murtagh Boston University
Chandler Devaney Air Force Kyle Nalen Hobart
Tim Dick Georgetown Ryan Neff Boston College
Jack Dolan Marist Michael O'Grady Providence
Matt Dziama UVA  Winston Palmeri Air Force
Nick Ellerton Boston University  Mike Panepinto Brown
Ben Ferrucci Hobart College  Luke Pascucci Princeton 
Patrick Foley Johns Hopkins  William Pasik Tufts
Noah Fosse Michigan  Will Perry  Middlebury College 
Jake Frane Notre Dame  Joseph Ranaldi  Stevens Institute of Tech
Ryder Garnsey Notre Dame  Hunter Reynolds Wesleyan
Nate Gentile Air Force  Chris Rota Harvard 
Finn Gibbons Binghamton  Josh Rotman UMass-Amherst
Maxwell Gilbane Sacred Heart  Matt Russell Duke 
Josh Goldberg Rollins College  Declan Ryan Boston College
David Gollenberg Rollins College  Anthony Scaramucci  Sacred Heart
Brian Greenstein Williams College  Eamonn Scaring Boston College
Grant Gregory Boston University  Thomas Schmidt Boston University
Michael Guerin UNC  Tyler Seminetta  UNC
Tom Haller Colorado College  Nick Shaw  Providence
Griffin Harris UVA  Bradley Simas Hobart
Michael Hawkins Colgate University  Harlan Smart  Dartmouth
Danny Healey Colgate University  Bradley Snow Endicott
Johnny Hincks Conn. College  Andrew Song Princeton
Andrew Horn UVM  Sean Sperzel Penn State 
Jacob Howes Merrimack  Arjen Steegstra Union College
James Hueston Invited walk on at Vassar  Teddy Strzetelski Cornell
Eoin Hurley Hobart  Jack Suominen St. Lawrence
Cameron Hyde Hopkins Sam  Sweet Denison
Charles Z Ikeda Emmanuel College  Greg Swenson Boston College
Ronan Jacoby Weslyen  Michael Sztorc R.I.T.
Keaton Komatz Notre Dame  Alexander Terry St Lawrence
Michael Kraus UVA Griffin  Thoreck UVA
Bailey Laidman UNC  Jake Tomsik Georgetown
Logan Lair Amherst College  Teddy Transou Duke
Harrison Lane Dartmouth  Zachary Tucker  Bucknell
Michael Langdon Notre Dame  Deven Varney  Ivy League
Luke Langford Washington & Lee  Thomas Von den Benken Marquette
Ian Laviano Virginia  William Uno Wait  Cornell
Foster LeBoeuf Brown  Owen  Ward Wesleyan
Selden Leonard Cornell  Owen Weathersby  Albany
 Jimmy Littlefield Notre Dame  William Weitzel Yale