Blue Chip Lacrosse LLC was
founded in 1998 by President and Managing Director, Ted
Spencer and has quickly established itself as one of the
premier recruiting camps in the country. Blue Chip 225 has
been at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island
225 has brought great exposure to its campus with top
players from around the country. Last year, approximately
1200 prospective college bound
student-athlete’s representing 38 states around the USA and
three provinces of Canada attended the Blue Chip Showcases
to display their talents on the field to college coaches.
Campers have traveled as far as England, Australia, and Hawaii to
attend. Blue Chip 225 features three separate
sessions for Rising Sophomores, Rising Juniors and Rising
Ted Spencer was the Head Men’s
Lacrosse Coach at Fairfield University for thirteen
years before retiring in July of 2008. During his coaching
tenure at Fairfield, he boasted seven Championships, three MAAC Championships (1996, 1997, 1998), two ECAC Post-Season
Tournament Championships (1998, 1999), and two GWLL Crowns
(2002, 2005). In 2002 and 2005 Spencer’s teams made
appearances in the NCAA Tournament and finished with a Top
15 ranking in Division I Lacrosse. Three times Spencer was
honored as “Coach of the Year” by his league, MAAC (1996),
and GWLL (2002, 2005).
Now Open for All Sessions
Rising Seniors June
30 - July 3
Rising Juniors July 7 - July 10
Rising Sophs July 14 - July 17
Blue Chip Lacrosse
"Your program has led to more college coaches
contacting Will, by far, than any other event he
attended this past summer. So, attending Blue Chip 225
2014 is his #1 priority."
are a success Story as our son committed to Michigan And
one of the assistant Michigan coaches was his coach at
225 this past summer."
"Just wanted to let you know it was awesome! It was more
than I expected and definitely worth it. I learned a lot
on and off the field from all the coaches and it was a
blast playing with the players on my team as well as
playing against the players on the other teams. I
thought there was a real high level of competition
there. My coaches were fantastic. They really
played us fairly and gave all of us really good playing
time. I really appreciated this as well as their
"Blue Chip 225 definitely gave me exposure to college
coaches, some great advice and a chance to play a lot of
lacrosse and improve my level of play at the same time.
And to top it off; I had FUN!!!!"
staff was great and was very organized. There were so many
recruiters and it was the best staff ever to meet. The other
players were the Best of the Best in lacrosse made the games
very exciting to play each other"