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Frequently Asked Questions

Questions about PrimeTime Lacrosse Events? This is where to start!


All PrimeTime Lacrosse Tournaments registration can be done online by visiting each tournament’s page and clicking on the “Click Here to Place a Deposit” link. Team spots in each event will not be held without a deposit. All fees associated with an event can be paid online, but we also offer easy payment by phone or by check. Email [email protected] with any questions about events and registration.


At PrimeTime Lacrosse, we strive to have every team play competitive games all weekend long, and because of this, each high school age divisions will offer AA, and A brackets, and all youth divisions will offer AA, A, and B brackets. AA is for top level elite teams, A is aimed towards select teams, and B is aimed towards town select programs and lower level club programs.

While we do our best to accommodate all scheduling requests, certain scheduling issues may occur such as a team dropping out from the event, which may require a team move between brackets to ensure the highest quality event. We aim to accommodate each and every team and program to the best of our ability, however, our tournament directors have final say in bracketing and scheduling. There will be no refunds for teams that are moved from one bracket to another i.e A to AA, AA to A, B to A, A to B.

Tournament Deposits / Team Cancellation:

• Tournament deposit amounts are non-refundable, and a paid deposit is the only way to guarantee a team spot is held in the event for your program. Cancellation of an entered team, will result in the forfeiture of the deposit amount and any additional paid registration fees.
• As a courtesy to all teams in our events, we aim to have our final schedule for each event released as early as possible. As a result of this, teams who have not fully paid their remaining balance by each event’s posted due date, WILL NOT BE SCHEDULED FOR THE TOURNAMENT AND WILL ADDITIONALLY FORFEIT ANY FEES ALREADY PAID FOR THE EVENT.
Tournament Cancellation:
Each event has costs associated with the tournament such as, facility rental, set-up costs, staffing costs, etc. that occur whether or not the event is cancelled. Each venue has final say on whether or not the event will be held and if the tournament is cancelled prior to the start of the event, 100% of the registration cost, less the deposit, will be credited toward a future PrimeTime Event.

Lightning / Weather Delays and Cancellations:

Before and after the event has started, PrimeTime Events, and our host facilities reserve the right to make schedule adjustments and changes as it pertains to the following:
• Changes in game duration / start times in accordance with lighting policy / heavy rain leading to unplayable fields.
• Pause games / end games as needed due to inclement weather. Depending on severity of the weather, games will either be resumed, or deemed final depending on how long play is halted.
• For severe weather related changes, no teams will be issued a refund for shortened / cancelled games once they have played two games. For teams who were unable to complete two games, a refund of the registration fee less deposit amount will be credited towards a future PrimeTime Event
Lightning Delay Policy:

In the event of inclement weather (Thunder is heard, or there has been a lightning strike reported within 10 miles of the facility), all staff will be informed, and the message relayed to all participating families, players and clubs. In the event there is such a delay, all tournament participants (vendors, staff, players, coaches, and families) must move indoors either to a surrounding building at the event, or to their vehicles. For safety reasons, no event participant is allowed to remain under any of the tents on-site. Play will resume 30 minutes after the last lightning strike and any schedule changes and modifications will be relayed to you and your coaches through email and posted on the event site as well.


All players are required to fill out an online waiver form prior to participation in any of our PrimeTime Events. If a player has not completed a waiver form, he or she will not be allowed to participate until an online waiver form is completed. A link to the waiver form will be sent out to both your club directors, as well as posted on each event page prior to the start of the tournament.

Summer Lacrosse Camp FAQs

What ages are the camps?

The recommended ages for our Development Series camps are 7-16. For our Elite Series camps, we recommend ages 8-17 (3rd grade-Juniors in high school)

What is the skill level of camp?

Here is a guide to the skill levels of each camp, and which program your child should be in

If my player can’t make camp, do I get a refund?

Our refund policy is here

How do I register for camps?

You can register here for all of our camps

Where can I find my payment information?

All payment information can be found on the LeagueApps website in your account.

Are there multiple payment plans?

Yes, you can look at the payment plans for each camp after you click to register on any program here

What does my player need for camp?

For all PrimeTime Lacrosse camps we require that players bring a full set of protective equipment.

For boys this includes:

  • Helmet
  • Gloves
  • Elbow pads
  • Shoulder pads
  • Stick
  • Mouth guard
  • Rib pads (recommended)
  • Protective Cup (recommended)
  • Sneaker AND Cleats

For girls this includes:

  • Goggles
  • Mouth Guard
  • Stick
  • Sneakers AND Cleats

We will have water on the fields, but we recommend that each player brings their own water bottle that they can fill up throughout the day.

For Overnight Camp players should bring

  • Full lacrosse equipment (detailed above)
  • Linens and pillow
  • Bathroom items (shampoo, toothbrush, soap, etc)
  • Fan (dorms are NOT air conditioned)
  • Towels
  • Bathing suit
  • Water bottle
  • Cleats AND Sneakers

How many camps do you have and where are the camps?

Our development series camps are in many locations around the state and can be found here Our Elite Series camp is at Babson College, and you can look at the link for that here.

Do I need to bring a health form?

All campers that participate at camps 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:

PrimeTime Lacrosse

5A Michigan Dr

Natick, MA 01760

Or you can scan them and send them through email to [email protected]

Is there an athletic trainer on site during camp?

PrimeTime Lacrosse programs will have a certified Athletic Trainer on site during all camps.

What does the camp schedule look like for overnight camp?

For the Elite Series overnight camp at Babson College the schedule can be found here

 In case of weather emergency what should do we do?

We will try our best not to cancel any days of camp. If we have to cancel, we will send an email to whatever email you used to sign up for camp by 8 AM on the day of camp. We won’t cancel unless there is a lightning storm or other natural disaster. In the case of lightning interrupting camp during the day, we will go to an area to protect the players from the weather.

If it is too hot at camp, we will work with the trainers to give the players a sufficient amount of breaks. We will play for 15-20 minutes then give them water breaks, so we will have 3-4 water breaks/hour 

What is PrimeTime Lacrosse’s FEIN number?


Is there a camp discount for Penguins players?

Yes, ask your coach how to receive your camp discount.

 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.

 What do they eat at camp and do they get snacks?

For the half day camps, players should bring their own lunch. For the Wellesley Full Day camp lunch will be provided for full day campers.

For the Elite Series Overnight camp at Babson we feed the campers every meal. We also have snacks available for purchase in the camp store.

 Can my son 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-$100 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 at Overnight camp?

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. 

My question isn’t here!

For any other questions you can contact us at [email protected] or 1-888-PT-LAX-44