BattleLax is a Northern Virginia based premier select travel lacrosse program that provides offseason lacrosse opportunities for elite-level lacrosse players from U9 through High School.



Bus Transportation to the 2016 Commonwealth Lacrosse Camp


For the fourth year, BattleLax Lacrosse is organizing transportation to the Commonwealth Lacrosse Camp ( ) at Virginia Tech on July 11th to 14th.

  • Cost for the round trip bus trip is $120 and can be secured by registering and paying the $20 non-refundable deposit at

  • The balance of $100 will be added to your account on June 24th.  All payments should be made by July 4th.  You will not be allowed on the bus without payment in full.

  • We have reserved two 33 person executive mini buses to take the boys there in style.

  • We will be stopping at Cici's pizza at about 10:45 am in Roanoke on the way to Radford.  Lunch at Cici's Pizza is included in the price of the bus.  We will NOT be stopping on the return trip.

  • The buses will leave Patriot High School at approximately 7:30 am on July 11th for the approximately 4 hour trip to Radford, Virginia. The buses will return around 5 to 6 pm on the 14thof July.  For those considering this camp this will save you 16 hours of driving back and forth and two days of travel.

  • Cost and registration for the camp is separate.  For more information on the camp and how to register go to:

The Commonwealth Lacrosse camp is well run event attended by many high school boys’ lacrosse players from our area.  This is not technically a “recruiting” camp, but there will be exposure to college level coaches.


BattleLax strongly recommends this camp to high school players looking for camps this summer.  This camp is open to only to rising 9th through 12th grade boys.  It is particularly recommended for underclassmen that want to get exposure to high school and college level lacrosse.


You do not need to be playing BattleLax this summer to take advantage of this bus transportation


Click HERE to register!


Any questions contact:

Jim Eckert