The Pingry School – Basking Ridge NJ
131 Martinsville Road, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920

Coaches from: Cornell, Duke, Lehigh, Michigan, Notre Dame, Penn, Villanova, Yale.

Each coach will be on site the entirety of the prospect camp.

Collegiate Coach Liaison / Director:
Matt Kovachik – STEPS Lacrossse / Head Lacrosse Coach – Delbarton

Confirmed Coaches:
Cornell – Connor Buczek (PLL All-Star)
Duke – Ned Crotty (PLL All-Star)
Penn – Casey Ikeda
Lehigh – Will Scudder
Michigan – Jim Rogalski
Notre Dame – Chris Wojcik
Villanova – Simon Connor
Yale – Ed Williams

Tentative Agenda & Format:

Monday July 20:

8:00 AM – Player Check in
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM: Instructional Sessions / Games

Tuesday July 21:

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM: – Instructional Sessions & Games

**Limited space available:  12 to 1 camper to coach maximum ratio**

Camp is open to any and all participants in the high school graduation classes of 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024


Are you interested in learning from and getting eXPOsure to some of the best college lacrosse programs in the country?

XPO was founded to provide student athletes a valuable learning environment while being coached and evaluated by some of the best coaches in NCAA college lacrosse.

XPO is a STEPS Lacrosse LLC managed event.
STEPS lacrosse owns and operates many of the most popular and respected recruiting events in the country including The Jersey Strong, Lax for the Cure, Live-Love-Lax and The Nike G8.

Players will have the opportunity to work in small group settings to learn directly from our world class staff and compete in games while being coached by NCAA coaches.

Register Early in order to secure a spot, XPO events sell out!

Frequently Asked Questions:

What is the address of the fields?

The camp is located at The Pingry School, 131 Martinsville Road, Basking Ridge, NJ 07920.

Is food provided?

No, but food is available for purchase on site from a Food Truck.

Do players need to bring water?

Water will be provided at each field, but we do recommend that players bring their own bottle.

What should my son bring?

All players are expected to bring their own equipment.

Footwear: Two fields are grass and two are turf.  We will make use of both surfaces throughout the day.

Will there be an Athletic Trainer on Site?


Can parents attend as spectators?

Parents are reminded that the event is run in a camp format with an emphasis on improving your son’s skills under coaching from some of the best college coaches. As such, parents are encouraged to drop their son’s off and return at the end of the day.

If you would like to catch some of the games in the afternoon that is understandable, but no specific game schedule will be published.

What happens in case of inclement weather?

We have access to an indoor facility that will provide shelter and the ability to meet with the players.

Is housing and/or transportation provided?

No. There are no housing facilities at the school and parents/participants are responsible for obtaining their own rooms as well as transportation to and from the camp. XPO is not a “stay to play” event but we do partner with RoomRoster to offer the best hotel accommodations in the area.