FAQs
Camp Culture

Our Values
Respect – We respect ourselves by making healthy decisions in every facet of our lives. We respect each other as teammates in the ways that we openly communicate and inclusively interact. We respect the game of women’s basketball and all involved.
Attitude – We have a positive, growth mindset in every situation we face. We use positive language both verbally and nonverbally to communicate our ideas and thoughts. We are direct, open, honest, inclusive and transparent.
Preparation – “If we are going to do something, we are going to do it well!”

Camp Environment: Rap it out- Respect, Attitude, Preparation

Refund Policy

$50 administrative fee for all refunds. We do not refund processing fees associated with the cost of attending an academy.

Late Arrivals/Early Departures & Discounts

We strongly encourage you to attend all camp sessions to get the full camp experience, however, we do understand that may not be possible with your travel or lacrosse tournament schedule.

I will not make it to campus in time for check-in. Is that okay? What should I do?
Camp check-in starts at 4:00 pm, and the first camp session starts around 5:00 pm. Please contact Coach Kelcie Rombach kelcie.a.rombach@dartmouth.edu as soon as possible if you plan to arrive after check-in ends.

I have an obligation after camp and cannot stay until the end. Can I leave camp early?
We strongly discourage leaving before camp ends, however, please let us know in advance if you must leave early.

Can I get a discount if I am unable to attend all of the session?
No, we do not offer discounts for those who are arriving late or leaving camp early.

Elite Pines Schedule

What time should I get to camp?
Check-in is from 4-5 pm (Location TBD)

SAMPLE ELITE PINES SCHEDULE:

Friday-June 28th

4:00pm-5:00pm – Check in/Camp Atmosphere

5:00pm-6:00pm – Coffee Talk/Culture Presentation

6:15pm-9:00pm – Session 1

Saturday-June 29th

8:00am-11:30am – Session 2

11:30pm-12:00pm Campus Tour

12:00pm-1:00pm – Lunch

1:30pm-5:00pm – Session 3

5:00pm-6:00pm – Awards and Camp Wrap Up

Travel

How do I get to campus?
Dartmouth College is easily accessible by both bus and train, and within driving distance of several airports. For information on how to get to campus, please refer to the Travel & Lodging page.

Leede Arena in Berry Sports Center
6 S Park St, Hanover, NH 03755

Parking

Where can I park?
Permits are required for all lots on campus during the week. Parking is free on weekends, and after 5pm. If you are here during the work day ( M-F: 9am-5pm), there is 2-hr street parking available as well as several long-term parking lots in town.

Camp Meals

Should I bring food with me to camp?
We will provide lunch to campers for Saturday’s session at Class of 1953 Commons. Campers are welcome to bring granola bars, snacks, Gatorade, water etc. as needed for the session, provided they are respectful of the space and utilize trash receptacles.

Meals campers will be responsible for:

  • Friday night dinner (after 9pm)
  • Saturday morning breakfast (before first session 8am)
  • Saturday evening dinner (after 5pm)

Are you able to accommodate dietary restrictions?
Dartmouth dining is able to accommodate any and all dietary restrictions when we eat at Class of 1953 Commons (Saturday lunch). We do ask that you include any allergies and/or restrictions on your medical information form.

What To Bring

* Equipment: basketball shoes, other safety braces and mouthguards as necessary

* Clothes: athletic shorts, shirts, socks, sports bras, and compression shorts as needed

* Other items: water bottle, snacks, jacket or sweatshirt

Parents at Camp

Parents are welcome to watch any of the camp sessions. We ask that you please sit or stand away from the players and their bench, as well as any college coaches who are evaluating, coaching or teaching.

Athletic Trainer

An athletic trainer will be present in Leede Arena for the entire session. Please address any existing injuries, allergies, or other medical concerns with the trainer at check-in.

Restrooms

There are public bathrooms in Berry Sports center (right outside of Leede Arena) that can be accessed at all times.

Protection of Minors

Elite Pines Academy is committed to the safety and protection of minors. Under New Hampshire State Statute a minor refers to an individual who is under the age of 18.

All staff, volunteers and students representing Elite Pines Academy will undergo a criminal background check, receive training on the protection of minors, and sign a Code of Conduct prior to camp.

NCAA Disclaimer

According to NCAA rules and regulations, all camps and clinics are open to any and all entrants regardless or skill/level (limited only by number, age, grade level, and/or gender).