Long Island Skills Clinic Series

Rhino Lacrosse is excited to come to Long Island, NY for the first time! All players will come away from the Rhino Lacrosse Clinics with the necessary tools to compete in the game of lacrosse at a higher level with player appearances from MLL professionals.

Train with the best to become the best. Train with Rhino Lacrosse.

Every Saturday (excluding February 13th) from January 9th – March 6th.
Grades K-3: 3pm-4pm
Grades 4-7: 4pm-5pm
GLE Performance
601 Old Willets Path
Hauppague, NY 11788

Registration for the entire 8-week series is $225 per player.
*US Lacrosse active membership is required for registration. The kindergarten level players do not require one.
For questions, please contact info@rhinolacrosse.com!

Featured Professional Players:

Eddie Bouhall

Brian Corrigan

Justin Reh

Steven Romano

Clinic Features:

  • Position specific training
  • Pro player demonstrations
  • Elite coaching
  • Certified athletic trainer
  • All staff background checked
  • Exclusive Powell Lacrosse discounts
  • FUN! FUN! FUN!

Fueled by our commitment to protect our athletes, Rhino Lacrosse requires all coaches to be US Lacrosse members. This ensures that all coaches complete a mandatory national background screening through National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI) and required online SafeSport training. It is the intent of the SafeSport Program to clearly demonstrate our commitment to the safety and well-being of lacrosse athletes.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Can my child be dropped off/picked up by another adult?

You are more than welcome to carpool to camp. At check-in and check-out we will require each player to be signed in and signed out by a responsible adult. This does not have to be the camper’s parent, but this adult will assume all responsibility for the player arriving at and departing camp.

My child has never played lacrosse before? Is that camp right for him? 

Rhino Lacrosse has been operating lacrosse camps for 16 years. We have a lot of experience working with beginners through advanced players. We take pride in providing an enjoyable camp experience and making sure players of all levels have a great time.

Will water be provided?

Due to the ongoing pandemic, players must provide their own water bottles and water.

What are the rules regarding medications?

Our Athletic Trainers will be at check-in to speak with parents or other responsible adults about campers medical needs and conditions. They will record any medication and instructions for these medications. Campers may keep their medications with them, or you may give them to the Athletic Trainers to hold on to.

Can my child bring his cell phone?

Players are allowed to use their cell phones at their own discretion. We ask that they do not bring their cell phones to any on field sessions.

What happens in the case of extreme weather?

Our staff monitors the weather for the week of camp very closely. In the case of extreme weather, parents will be notified of any changes to the camp schedule via the email or phone number provided during registration. Please be sure that these emails are not being sent to your junk folder.

How do I contact my child at camp if he does not have a cell phone?

Should you need to reach your child at camp, please contact Rhino Lacrosse at 315.692.4449.

What if my child is injured during camp?

A Certified Athletic Trainer will be on duty for the duration of camp. They will have all players’ emergency contact information on hand.

Am I allowed to come watch my child play?

Parents are welcome to attend camp introduction and observe all on field sessions.

Cancellation Policy:

If Rhino Lacrosse is unable to conduct clinics due to state regulations, refunds will be issued on a pro-rated basis less set registration and jersey fees. No refunds will be issued for any other reason.