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The Elite 150 Lacrosse Camps


Welcome to the Elite 150, Inc. Home to the following events: The Outback Steakhouse Fall Tournaments for high school and youth teams, Boys summer day camps for ages 7-13, The Young Guns camp for rising 9th and 10th graders, and the Outback Steakhouse Summer-16 Tournament.  All Elite 150 Lacrosse Camps are held at Mount St. Mary's University and are IMLCA Affiliated. (Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association).  

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Mission Statement

The Elite 150 lacrosse camps take place at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Our camp philosophy employs division-1 training techniques for improving the player's ability and knowledge for the game of lacrosse. Practice sessions implement repetition of fundamental skills and drills, while also providing our campers a competitive on field experience. All Camp participants must be between ages 7-16 . The camp staff is employed by Tom Gravante, Head Men’s lacrosse coach at Mount St. Mary’s University, which includes both his college staff and current division-1 players. Camper to staff ratio is 7 to 2, maximizing our camper’s ability to learn in an enthusiastic and fun environment. We pride ourselves on educating our campers and provide them with an unique experience at Mt. St. Mary's University. 

 


Head Coach - Tom Gravante 


As the Director and Men's Coach at Mount St. Mary's University; 1993-present, Coach Gravante was named the 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, and 2010 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Coach of the Year. He was also named the 2010 & 2011 Northeast Conference (NEC) Coach of the Year.


Tom still holds a Top-10 NCAA Division III scoring record for 17 goals in (3)-playoff games. A former member of the MILL Buffalo Bandits and Baltimore Thunder, Coach Gravante was the 2001 NCAA Division 1 recipient of the Howdy Meyers "Man of the Year." He was inducted into Hobart College's Athletic Hall of Fame in the Fall of 2007.As a college player, he was a two-time First team All-America at Hobart College ('87 & '88), where he also received Attack-man and Player of the Year Awards.  Coach Gravante received the 1988 Brine MVP award in the NCAA Division III National Championship game.



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