Questions Specific to Overnight and Day Lacrosse programs at Babson College.
What should my son bring with him to camp?
• Full lacrosse equipment (helmet, gloves, stick, elbow pads, shoulder pads, protective cup, mouthguard)
• Linens and pillow
• Bathroom items (shampoo, toothbrush, soap, etc)
• Fan (dorms are NOT air conditioned)
• Bathing suit
• Water bottle
• Cleat AND Sneakers
Is the cost of food included?
The cost of food is included in the tuition. Additional snacks will be made available for purchase at the camp store several times throughout the day. Please see “How does the camp store work” to find out how to leave money for a camper to buy things throughout the overnight camp week.
Can my son or daughter bring his own snacks to camp?
Yes, but we ask that all snacks brought to camp are “Peanut Free.” All snacks are inspected by our Athletic Trainer on Check-in day.
How does the camp store work?
For all campers there will be a camp store set up that will give campers the opportunity to buy snacks, drinks and PrimeTime Lacrosse apparel throughout the week. On check-in day, parents will be given the opportunity to leave a sum of money that can be used at the camp store. We accept credit cards, cash, or personal checks. Typically, parents leave $50 and any money not used during the week is given back two weeks after camp ends in the form of a check. While campers are allowed to purchase items at the camp store with cash, we do not recommend this as it is a long week and we do not want to see anyone
lose money along the way.
What happens if my son loses his key?
In the event your son does lose his key during the week there is a $50 charge to replace the key. This fee is per the college and we will deduct this from the credit card we have on file unless otherwise noted.
What is the camper to staff ratio?
We typically have a 6:1 camper to staff ratio.
Is there an athletic trainer onsite during camp?
All PrimeTime Lacrosse programs have a certified Athletic Trainer on site during all camps.
When is check-in and check out for campers?
• Sunday – 3:30pm-5:00pm
• Thursday – 12:30pm-2:00pm
• Sunday – 5:00-5:45pm
• Monday – 8:30am-9:00am
• Tuesday – 8:30am-9:00am
• Wednesday – 8:30am-9:00am
• Thursday – 8:30am-9:00am
• Sunday – 9:00pm-9:30pm
• Monday – 5:00pm-5:30pm
• Tuesday – 5:00pm-5:30pm
• Wednesday – 5:00pm-5:30pm
• Thursday – 12:30pm-1:00pm
Will campers be fed on the first night of camp?
Yes, all campers will be fed at 6:00pm on the first night (Sunday) of camp. Please make sure that campers have had lunch prior as we will not have any food available prior to 6:00pm.
What medical forms will be needed for my son to participate at camp?
All campers that participate at the Babson College or Stonehill College Overnight and Day Camp will be required to have the following:
• Physical within 2 years of the start date of camp
• Immunization records
These forms need to be in two weeks before the start of camp and can be faxed to:
or you can mail to:
ATTN: Jason Wellemeyer
PO BOX 57084
Babson Park, MA 02457
What if my son has a medical condition that needs to be monitored, has medication that needs to be administered, or a food allergy?
In the event that any of the above conditions exist we ask that you please make us aware of the situation two weeks prior to the start of camp. On check-in day each parent/guardian will have the opportunity to speak with the Athletic Trainer and discuss any issues.
In the event of a family emergency and my son is at camp, who should we call?
Jason Wellemeyer (781-223-1077)
Tyler Low (774-721-6091)
*In the event no one answers please leave a detailed message with a return number.
What happens if it gets too hot during a camp day?
In the event that the weather becomes excessively hot, the program directors and Athletic Trainer will discuss the play schedule for the day. Typically this would include 15-20 minutes of play time followed by water breaks. We will typically take 3-4 water breaks per hour.