G3 Prospect Academy West



G3 the leader in lacrosse goaltending education and Adrenaline the most trusted lacrosse events provider in the sport have partnered on an innovative and powerful new cutting edge goaltender training program for all ages.  With the combination of high level innovative instructional techniques and a personal level of exposure to top NCAA goaltending coaches in the game, the G3 Prospect Academy is the most effective lacrosse goaltending event in the country.






Learn advanced goaltending techniques from the best coaches in the game.
Fun overnight camp experience & family environment.
Top rated facilities make for an memorable experience.

“The G3 Prospect Academy is designed to make the uncontrollable situations in tournaments and showcases all non-factors by providing an environment designed for goaltenders to get the highest level of instruction and maximum amount of repetitions.” -G3 Lacrosse


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Event Details

July 24-26, 2019 (Wednesday-Friday)
Olympic Training Center
2800 Olympic Parkway
San Diego, CA

* DAY = $495
* OVERNIGHT = $795

* DAY = $395
* OVERNIGHT = $695

*All players must be a US Lacrosse member to participate
* This event is boys only event
* Divisions are based on HS graduation year
* DAY option includes lunch on 7/25 & 7/26
* OVERNIGHT option includes breakfast, lunch & dinner, starting with dinner on 7/24 & ending with lunch on 7/26
* Check in for OVERNIGHT campers is the late afternoon of 7/24 & check out is the afternoon of 7/26
* This event is open to all, and restricted only by age, gender and number



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Major League Lacrosse all-star goalie Adam Ghitelman is in his first season as an assistant coach at Utah. Ghitelman joined Utah’s club lacrosse team in 2017. The Utes won the 2018 Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference Championship and made two appearances in the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association tournament. Utah finished 16-1 overall in 2018 and finished fifth in the final coaches poll while defenders Daniel Costa (goalie) and Seth Neeleman earned All-America honors.

Ghitelman first made his way West as head coach of USC’s club program in 2016. The Trojans went 8-8 overall and made their first Southwest Lacrosse Conference tournament appearance. Ghitelman began his college coaching career at Harvard, spending four years with the Crimson (2012-15). In 2014, Harvard won the program’s first Ivy League championship since 1990 and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament. Defensive players earned eight All-Ivy honors during his four years, including goalies earning honors in three-straight seasons.

Ghitelman, who will play in the newly-formed PLL in 2019, played eight seasons in MLL and three years with the Atlanta Blaze. He is a two-time MLL all star (2012, 2017). Ghitelman has over 1,000 career saves and an over 50-percent career save percentage. He has also played with Boston (2015), Charlotte (2012-14) and Denver (2011) after being selected in the eighth round of the 2011 draft. Ghitelman has also participated with Team USA, helping the U.S. win the 2008 ILF U-19 World Championship.

Ghitelman was a two-time All-American at Virginia and helped lead the Cavaliers to the 2011 NCAA Championship as a senior. He played four years at UVA (2008-11) and his 586 career saves ranks in the top 10 in ACC history and second all-time at Virginia. Ghitelman ranks in the top 15 all-time in Division I in career goalkeeper minutes played (3,442). He helped lead UVA to the 2010 ACC Championship and was named tournament MVP. Ghitelman played in the longest game in NCAA history, a seven-overtime contest against Maryland in 2009, recording a career-high 22 saves.

Ghitelman is a co-founder of the Give and Go Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes international lacrosse growth and development, as well as G3 Lacrosse, which puts on goaltender camps and clinics throughout the country. He has traveled internationally to over eight countries to teach and grow the game and was named the 2017 Ambassador of the Year by the Casey Powell World Lacrosse Foundation. Ghitelman is an active volunteer with Lacrosse the Nations and Fields of Growth, teaching the game overseas, and has worked with City Lacrosse in Southern California. A native of Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y, Ghitelman earned degrees in psychology and economics from Virginia in 2011.


Lauren Benner grew up in Annapolis, MD and started playing lacrosse in the second grade. She continued to be a multi-sport athlete through high school. Benner played lacrosse collegiately at the University of Virginia (2006-2010) where she was a 2x ACC Champion, NCAA Final Runner Up, IWLCA All-South Regional Team selectee and VaSID All-State Team selectee.

Having redshirted her second year at UVA, Benner chose to pursue her fifth year of eligibility at the University of Denver (DU) from 2010-2011, while pursuing an M.S. in Strategic Communications. Benner served on the DU coaching staff from 2011-2015 specializing in defensive and goalie coaching. Throughout this time in Colorado she also officiated youth, high school and collegiate women’s lacrosse games and was a member of the Colorado Women’s Lacrosse Officials Association. She also served as the club director to Denver Summit Lacrosse from 2011 to 2015. 

In September of 2015, Benner expanded her coaching resume, joining the University of Louisville’s women’s lacrosse staff. She served as their Offensive Coordinator and Recruiting Coordinator until August of 2016. Missing friends, family and the Colorado lifestyle, she made the decision to move back to Denver and start Line 39 Lacrosse in October of 2016. In addition to all of her coaching and officiating experience, Benner was hand selected to be a Team STX athlete in 2013 and competed nationally and internationally until fall of 2016. 

Now back in Denver, Benner continues to officiate youth, high school and college games. Additionally she serves as the Executive Director for the Colorado Girl’s Lacrosse Association, along with being the Girl’s Varsity Head Lacrosse Coach at Valor Christian High School (Highlands Ranch, CO) while working in their athletic department full time. 



  • Capped enrollment per age group to ensure excellent attention
  • Multimodal educational experience
  • Film review session covering individual save technique and critique
  • Psychological performance training with Chris Buck getitdoneconsulting.com
  • Goaltending specific SAQ drill sessions
  • Drills highlighting a goalie’s strengths while also pointing out weaknesses to work on
  • Film of camp drills available to campers
  • Goalie specific skills combine on final day
  • Day camp option includes lunch on 7/24 & 7/25
  • Overnight camp option includes breakfast, lunch & dinner, starting with dinner on 7/24 & ending with lunch on 7/26
  • Check in for Overnight campers is the evening of 7/24 & check out is the afternoon of 7/26
  • This event is open to all, only restricted by age, gender and number




Monday, July 30th

8:00am-9:00am          Day Camper Check In

7:30am-8:30am          Breakfast (overnight campers) 

9:00am-9:15am          Camp Welcome & Coaches Introduction 

9:15am-9:30am          Movement Prep & Dynamic Warm Up


9:30am-9:45am                      Ready Position:  Talk! 5 Keys!  

  1. Thumb Eye Ball
  2. Abs in Chest up (Ray Lewis ready)
  3. 2 Plane GK- Do not intersect planes
  4. Head behind ball
  5. Baby bird- how to hold the stick- have a looser top hand for quickness

*Split into two groups

**Switch groups at 10:45am (one hour)

9:45am-10:45am        Fundamentals

  • Group drills –Grab a partner
  1. Step Gather step reps- to and thru (reverse arc)
  2. Tennis balls- Footie with gather step partner work
  • Body and footie work
  1. On knees- Head behind ball— partner work
  2. Ball Toss- Lean into balls of feet- drive and punch top hand forward
  3. 6 inch explosions
  4. Hand speed work. Playing cards

10:45am-10:55am      The WARMUP!

  • How do you warm up?
  • Types or warmups
  • Stick Work – how to throw the ball back?
  • Talk about reverse arc

10:55am-11:45am      Warm Up (3-4 goalie per goal x 15 shots per goalie)

  • Round 1 (25 Min)
  1. Stick Side Up and Down
  2. High ,Hips and Feet
  3. Hands only warmup – feet don’t move
  4. Anywhere slow to fast
  • Round 2 (25 Min)
  1. Weak Point training
  2. No mesh warmup- tennis balls
  3. Lateral steps vs shuffle forward steps
  4. Reverse Arc

11:45am-12:30pm      Lunch (all campers)


12:30pm-1:30pm        Strength & Conditioning Training

1:30pm-2:00pm                      Positioning Philosophy

  • Different techniques vs. Different shots- make the adjustment
  • When to be aggressive & when not to be
  • Stations – Pushing off pipe side foot. Playing the back pipe/ staying middle

*Split into two groups

*Switch groups at 2:00pm (one hour)

2:00pm-3:00pm                      Playing different types of shots

  • 8 stations x 3-4 goalies per goal
  1. Alley Shots- be a step behind the shooter
  2. Sweeps- Don’t lean – shooter
  3. In tight- find the release (3 goal Drill)
  4. Turns- Track the ball and be ready for step down (GK’s feed from X)
  5. Step downs (2 pointers)- Mentality- Bring it!
  6. 5 x 5 – Stay big- make shooter make a great shot- shooter
  7. Bandit Drill- teaching rebound control
  8. Slot shots- Brian Carroll man up shot- Shooter- can’t read eyes

3:00pm-3:15pm            SNACK  BREAK

3:15pm-3:45pm           Talk & Practice Communication, Discuss Leadership

3:45pm-4:30pm           Goalie Wars (players split by grade)

4:30pm-5:30pm          Recruiting Talk (parents welcome)

  • How do goalies get recruited?

*Day Campers are released at this time

5:30 pm- 7:30pm        Dinner (overnight campers)

Tuesday, July 31st

7:30am-8:30am          Breakfast (overnight campers only) 

9:00am-9:15am                      Day #1 Review & Day #2 Agenda

9:15am-9:30am                      Movement Prep & Dynamic Warm Up


*Split into two groups

*Switch groups at 10:30am (one hour)

9:30am-10:30am        Bring it Stations!

  1. Nerf Balls (shooter)
  2. Window Drill (shooter)
  3. “Now” Drill (shooter)
  4. Tennis racket
  5. “Shadow” Drill
  6. Pole shots! (tennis balls)
  7. BRING IT! Scream it Drill- 1 shot and done! (shooter)
  8. No mesh stick (shooter)

10:30am-10:45am      SNACK BREAK

10:45am-11:45am      Clearing/ Stick Work Drills (2021/22)

  • 4v3 clear to restraining line- find the 2v1
  • 4v3 keep away
  • 4v3 cover 2 find the open guy. Don’t get picked
  • Shadow Pressure in face

11:45am-12:30pm      Lunch (all campers)


12:30pm-3:00pm        Goalie Combine (30 minutes per station)

*Everything is done by age group


  • 3 Cages. 2 Shooters on each cage. 5 mins per GK
  • Each shot get up and out to a outlet
  • All game simulated shots from coaches
  1. Alley Shots (10 yards on the run)
  2. Sweeps (10 yard on the run)
  3. 5×5 question mark or up hash
  4. Turns from X
  5. Wing to Wing Step downs (outside 12)
  6. 1 on 0 on the pipe. (1fake max)


*Champ from each class gets a Adrenaline prize pack

  • By class- have a losers draw as well so kids keep playing games
  • 5 goals- 15 yards apart
  • Goalies cannot shoot closer than 10 yards


  1. Routes
  2. Trash cans
  3. 2v1 GB’s

3:00pm-3:15pm                      Camp Recap

  • Coaches Thank You
  • Camp Review
  • Individual Prizes





Adrenaline is pleased to announce we are offering parents a solution to our “No Refund” policy as it relates to event fees.  We are highly recommending that you purchase this new AIG policy called “Registration Saver”.  You may still purchase even though you have already registered.

The policy helps protect parent’s investment in non-refundable event fees and related travel cost if the event is cancelled due to inclement weather or your player suffers an injury or illness either on or off the field prior to the event.  It also covers many other unforeseen circumstances, which might prevent a player from participating.

Here are some key reasons why we wanted to make parents aware of the “Registration Saver”:

  • Adrenaline has a “NO” Refund Policy
  • Injuries & Illness Occurs
  • Event Cancellation Due to Inclement Weather
  • Non-Refundable Travel Costs Are Covered
  • Affordable Coverage at 6% of Event & Travel Costs

***Note: The policy must be purchased 15 or more days prior to the start of the event. The premium is very affordable and calculated based on 6% of the event and travel related expenses.

If you purchase a policy and an injury, illness or other unforeseen event should happen to your player before the tournament start date, the policy kicks in to reimburse your costs.

How to Buy:  Please visit the website: www.registrationsaver.com to review the coverage.  To complete the simple application, click on “Apply Now” and select the “Tournament & Camps”.   You can purchase a policy for just the event registration fee or if you wish to include your travel, simply fill in the related travel expenses in the fields provided and your premium will be calculated for you. If parents and family members are traveling also, you can purchase the travel for the whole family! We highly recommend purchasing ASAP!



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  • Adrenaline has a strict NO REFUNDS policy for all events and clubs.
  • To protect your registration fee’s in the event you suffer an injury either on the field or off, illness or cancellation due to inclement weather, we encourage you to purchase the new AIG insurance policy called “Registration Saver.”
  • The policy covers your registration fee investment for a camp/tournament or a club season.  If you have already registered, you can still get coverage.  Camp/tournament coverage MUST be purchased at least 14 days in advance of the start date.  Club season coverage can be purchased at any time.
  • If something should happen to your player after the season/tournament start date, the policy will refund your fees pro-rata, based on the duration of the season/tournament or when the player has to stop participating.
  • The premium cost is 6% of camp/tournament fees or 7% of club season fees and will give you relief from Adrenaline’s strict No Refunds policy.
  • To review the coverage and complete the simple application, go to www.registrationsaver.com.  Click on “Apply Now” and select the “Season”/”Camp-Tournament” policy to sign up.
  • AIG can be reached at 866-690-6859 and is available 24/7.


The safety of our players, coaches, referees, fans and staff comes first.  In the event of adverse weather or unplayable field conditions, Adrenaline reserves the right to:

  • Cancel games partially or entirely
  • Reduce game times, eliminate halftime or shorten time between games
  • Finish games before inclement weather arrives
  • Reschedule and/or relocate games
  • Convert a tournament to a “festival” format without a playoffs or championship

If there is a lightning strike within 6 miles of the facility, play will be suspended immediately and will not resume until 30 minutes after the last lighting strike within 6 miles of the facility.  If a game stoppage occurs in the second half of a game, that game will be considered final and the score at that time will be recorded as final.  If a game stoppage occurs in the first half, when play resumes it will be the start of the second half.

We will make every attempt to play every minute of every game but our ability to do this is dependent on field availability and lighting.   We will post schedule delays, changes and cancellations on Tourney Machine and on the event web page.  Additionally we will email all registered club directors, coaches and players via LeagueApps.  Weather conditions can change rapidly and all teams MUST be prepared to play as soon as the weather clears and fields are playable or risk forfeiting a game.

Facility management often has the final say on weather and field condition delays and cancellations.


  • Players interested in participating in an event but are not on a team MUST register as a Free Agent on our website.
  • If a Free Agent Fee applies, the Free Agent must pay the fee.  If they are not placed a full refund will be granted.
  • Once a player registers as a Free Agent, contact information will be sent to all attending coaches/directors.
  • If a team needs an additional player, they will contact the Free Agent directly.
  • If the player fee is set to $0, Coaches/Directors may set their own Free Agent price.


If there is Financial Aid available, it will be distributed appropriately based on:

  1. Verified Family Income – The eligibility threshold is combined parental Adjusted Gross of $60,000 (line 37 on federal tax return form 1040).  Other factors such as unemployment or other financial hardships may be considered by the Financial Aid Committee.  A signed copy of the most recent Federal Tax Return must be emailed to info@adrln.com.
  2. Amount  Awarded – The Financial Aid Committee shall determine the amount of the financial aid available for a season/event; however, there is no obligation to award any/all of the award pool.  Based on the amount of the award pool and the amount of financial aid requests, awards will be made on a sliding scale based on verified family income.  The maximum amount of an award shall not exceed the total fee for the program/event.
  3. Applications – Financial Aid applications must be submitted 2 months prior to the first day of practice/event and will be reviewed, determined and communicated one month prior to practice.
  4. Recruiting Events – Due to NCAA rules, no Financial Aid will be granted for recruiting events.

Questions regarding any of these policies should be directed to info@adrln.com.