Jon Urbana’s Lacrosse Camp Grew in 2015

Lacrosse has recently become increasingly popular with people from across North America and across the world. The sport of lacrosse offers a way for students hoping to attend a college in the U.S. to gain an athletic scholarship and to learn a large number of life skills as they embark on an active and healthy lifestyle. The growth of the sport sees increasing numbers of high schools and amateur teams forming around the world; lacrosse camps are becoming an impressive way for players to increase their skill level and make friends with others who are interested in the sport.

Certain areas of North America are traditionally known for the sport of lacrosse being played in a region, but lacrosse is no longer limited to the specific areas of the country that have some of the most successful teams. The Next Level Lacrosse Camp in Denver, Colorado has been one of the most successful in teaching the next generation of lacrosse players the intricacies of the game, with much of the coaching completed by members of the successful Denver Outlaws lacrosse team.

With a budding presence on the music scene, Urbana released 4 singles this month and plans to continue making music as time permits. His Soundcloud artist page also has a few more songs that aren’t present on MTV.

Learning to play lacrosse can have a number of benefits for any young person, which range from coordination skills to problem solving. Lacrosse is a team sport and by learning to act as an important cog in a larger machine a player can develop skills that can be transferred into everyday life. These skills also include grassroots fundraising, which earned Urbana and the camp some recent media attention surrounding a fundraiser the group of campers are supporting through a nationwide campaign to raise money for Earth Force.

Jon Urbana and his team at Next Level are hoping to assist in the development of leadership skills amongst the young people who pass through the camp, which will lead to impressive members of society appearing in the world over the coming years.