Share with your friends! Summer camps do NOT have school/residence eligibility constraints and are open to age appropriate players from ALL areas.
Summer camps are designed to improve individual skills and they are a fun way to meet more lacrosse players. The camps are specifically geared toward fundamental individual skills and the introduction to team concepts. Our outstanding staff will focus on teaching the skills each player needs. If your player is learning the game for the first time or looking to take his game to the next level, this is a great camp for your player.
All sessions include:
Individual instruction for all positions
Team concepts and tournament games
Prizes for camp MVP, Most Improved Player, Camper of the week, etc.
Campers will need full lacrosse gear: helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves, mouthpiece, athletic cup, sneakers/cleats. Campers should bring snacks, lunch and plenty of water.
The Directors of this year's Bellevue Lacrosse summer camp will be Nick Welton and Martin Pascual. Nick has extensive experience in the sport of lacrosse and is beyond excited to help teach and refine your son's lacrosse skills and fundamentals. We have a fantastic coaching line up this year - more to come!
Nick Welton is our Varsity Head Coach and BBLC Program Director. This is his 7th year at Bellevue, having coached in nearly every capacity, year-round. Prior to leading the Varsity Team as Interim Head Coach for the 2017 Championship season, he served as JV Head Coach and has been an assistant coach for our JV and 7/8 teams.
He brings coaching and playing experience from all levels. As a High school defenseman, Coach Welton was a team Captain and awarded US Lacrosse Academic All-American. He went on to become a freshman starter and defensive cornerstone for Lehigh University’s NCLL team. On and off the field, Coach Welton is defined by his intense dedication to his team’s performance and his unwavering commitment to each player’s personal development.
Martin Pascual is entering his 12th season in the Bellevue Boys Lacrosse club coaching ranks and this is his 4th year as a head coach. His past experience includes a stint as an assistant coach for 5/6, 2 years with the 7/8 program and 4 years as an assistant coach with the C Team.
Ryan Bodiford played six years of Bellevue Lacrosse, securing two state titles with the wolverines. Now, he plays MCLA ball at Chapman University while perusing a double major in International Business and Spanish Language with a minor in Leadership Studies. A self-proclaimed stick technician, he seeks to grow the game of lacrosse in the Seattle area and beyond.r
Shane began playing lacrosse in the 6th grade and ever since has not looked back. He finished his high school career as a 3 year varsity player, two time state champion, and captain his senior year.
Tate Johnson has been playing Bellevue lacrosse since 1st grade. Over the years he's developed a deep love for the game that has been very rewarding and educational. He has tremendous knowledge about the sport as he's played at every level in the Bellevue program, finding success wherever he was. After a state championship his junior year and an incredible senior season, he can say he's done it all with Bellevue lacrosse, and he wouldn't give it up for anything else.
Carson Lombardi has been playing lacrosse since 3rd grade within the Bellevue Lacrosse program, helping the Wolverines secure two state titles and the 2015 National Lacrosse Invitational championship. Now, he plays MCLA ball at Santa Clara University where as a starting attack helped lead them to their first ever MCLA Lacrosse National Championship Tournament. Carson is perusing a major in Environmental Sustainability with a minor in Entrepreneurship and plans to stay active supporting youth lacrosse.
High School Assistants
Michael started playing lacrosse in 7th grade and from there went on to win three state championships as a leader of Bellevue High School's Varsity lacrosse team. He was a three-year varsity starting defenseman and a two-year captain. Michael was selected to the All-State first team his junior and senior year, as well as being named a US Lacrosse All-American his senior year. In 2016, Michael graduated from high school and went on to play at the collegiate level for the University of Oregon. There he started his freshman year for the nationally ranked Ducks as they won their league championship for the first time in five years. He also made the Honorable Mention all-conference defense list.