FAQs
If a camp is full, do you have a waiting list?

Yes, you may email mcdwan@loyola.edu with the camp, camper's name, and your contact information and request to be added to a waiting list.

Is there a refund for prospect camps?

Under camp policy, refunds are permitted as long as appropriate notice is provided to the coaching staff and/or camp director. Appropriate notice is defined as contacting a coach two weeks prior to the prospect camp start date. Any notice within two weeks of camp start date cannot be refunded due to costs associated to camper reversible, lunch, insurance, and staffing.

Long Stick Midfielders - Which position do I sign up for?

Long Stick Midfielders or LSM should sign up for the defense position. We look at LSM and defense as the same position. Players should try to play both positions and be comfortable above and below the goal.

What are the hotels near Loyola?

Please copy and paste the link below for area hotels.

http://www.loyola.edu/undergraduate/visit/baltimore/hotels.aspx

May a parent, guardian, camper or other spectator film or photograph camp activities?

Parents, guardians and other spectators may take photographs or video during camp provided that: (1) they remain in the public spectator areas; (2) the photography does not interfere with camp activities; (3) they cease taking pictures if requested by a member of the camp staff; and (4) photographs of campers are only taken with their consent.

Campers may take pictures of camp staff and other campers (with their consent) at the conclusion of a camp.

The inappropriate use of cell phones, cameras, imaging and other digital devices is prohibited in showers, restrooms, changing room or other areas where privacy is expected by participants.

Have players from the Rising Junior Shootout been actively recruited by other schools based on their camp performance?

It is near impossible for us to monitor where every past camper has chosen to go to school, but to our limited knowledge, past Rising Shootout campers commitments include (alphabetically): Albany (3), Army, Bryant, Bucknell (2), Georgetown, Hofstra, Loyola (4), Lafayette, Michigan (2), Mount St. Mary’s, Penn State (2), Robert Morris, Stony Brook (2), Towson (3), UMass, and Vermont.

How many college programs have been represented at the Rising Junior shootout?

Numerous at a variety of levels. Besides Loyola, Division I schools who have consistently attended the past three years are. Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Harvard, Cornell, UPenn, Army, Navy, Bucknell, Dartmouth, Towson, Fairfield, Mount St. Mary’s, Marist, High Point, and Marquette. Division's II and III have been very well represented as well.

Have players from the Rising Junior Shootout been actively recruited by Loyola based on their camp performance?

Absolutely. From last year's camp alone, 11 players received recruiting materials from Loyola on September 1st of their junior year. From that group (as of December 1) we have three verbal commitments from last year’s camp for 2013’s. Some of the remaining campers are still being actively recruited. Some have chosen other schools.

How selective is the Rising Junior Shootout when sending out invitations?

Players who receive invitations have been identified at one or more recruiting events where a member of the Loyola staff has been in attendance at some point during the spring, summer, and/or fall months.

If I received an invitation to the Rising Junior Shootout, does that mean that Loyola is actively recruiting me?

The NCAA prohibits us from initiating contact with prospective student-athletes until September 1st of their junior year. Your invite to camp is based on you being seen at a camp or event where the Loyola staff was in attendance.

My son is coming from far away, is there transportation to and from the airport or train station?

Of course, we will definitely have pick-ups and drop offs organized. If you are flying, please make your plans to BWI airport. The closest train station is Baltimore's Penn Station.