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    Unfortunately, given the ongoing health crisis and continued social distancing guidance, PAC Camp had to be canceled this year. We are disappointed that we won't see you this summer, but we look forward to working with all the PAC campers again in the future. Wishing ALL THE BEST to you and your families! 

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    To provide a highly positive environment where children can develop skills, build confidence, and share in our passion and enthusiasm for athletics and teamwork.

    Performance Athletic Club - Lacrosse Camp


         Athletes will learn all the fundamentals of the game including stick handling, cradling, scooping, passing, and shooting. All of this exciting training will take place in a fun environment with NO contact. Our experienced counselors will ensure that each camper not only learns the sport of lacrosse, but also important life skills such as listening, teamwork, and the value of perseverance.



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    Pete LeSueur

    Garden City High School

    Johns Hopkins University

    Peter LeSueur is a graduate of Garden City High School, class of 2001. At Garden City he was the only three-time All-American in school history. He finished his career as the program's all-time leading scorer with 180 goals and 193 assists. Peter helped his team to the 2000 state championship with a five-goal, five-assist effort in an 18-15 win over Carthage. He was named the 2000 Long Island Attackman of the Year and the 2001 Long Island Player of the Year. He also played soccer at Garden City High School and led team to the county championship as a senior. Peter went on to play lacrosse at Johns Hopkins University where he was a starting attackman for four years, and co-captain of the 2005 National Champions. At Hopkins, he earned Academic All-American honors in 2004 and 2005, and was voted Most Valuable Attackman in 2005.  Peter comes from a family of accomplished athletes who have spanned the decades playing and coaching in Garden City.
    Pete works full time in finance technology, but continues to train and mentor young athletes and adults as the owner of VIPete Fitness Inc.   
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    Tim Goettelmann

    Manhasset High School

    Loyola University

    Tim Goettelmann is a graduate of Manhasset High School, class of 1996. At Manhasset, his team won their first state championship in 1995. Tim was an All-American lacrosse player his senior year. He was also an exceptional football and basketball for Manhasset. Tim was an all-star attackman playing college lacrosse at Loyola University in Maryland. Upon graduating he played an amazing 11 years of professional lacrosse for the Long Island Lizards. In addition to Goettelmann’s on-field achievements, he is the two-time recipient of the MLL New Balance Sportsman of the Year Award, which he received in 2009 and 2010. The award recognizes a player who has consistently demonstrated sportsmanship through tenacity, determination and fair play over the course of the regular season. The Sportsman of the Year is also an individual involved in off-field charity work. Goettelmann donated his entire MLL salary to Monster’s Kids which benefits the Cohen Children’s Medical Center of the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System.
    Tim was recently inducted into the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation Hall of Fame!


    Q: How do I contact Performance Athletic Club?
    A: Please contact us via email at info@join-the-pac.com 

    Q: What do I bring to camp?
    A: A stick is mandatory for all participants. We suggest sneakers or cleats. We encourage each participant to bring their own water. We will have water and ice on site as well.

    Q: Does my child need equipment?
    A: Outside of athletic footwear and a stick there is no equipment necessary. There is no checking or contact at camp and we used modified lacrosse balls.

    Q: What type of free gear do I get?
    A: Every camp participant receives a Performance Athletic Club shirt and camp photo.

    Q: Your camps are listed for a certain age group. My son or daughter does not fall within the exact range. Can he or she participate?
    A: Our age brackets are designed to maximize the development and safety of our participants. Contact us in advance with your request and we will do our best to accommodate you.

    Q: Are your camps for beginners only?
    A: Our camps are ages 4-8 so the skill levels will be mostly beginner or a few years experience.

    Q: Are parents allowed to visit and watch sessions?
    A: Absolutely! We encourage family members to come to camp and watch the action.