Train with the Best!
Our Hill Hockey and Lacrosse camps provide a fun and dynamic learning environment. Campers will experience “The Hill” way of doing things. There will be an emphasis on character and leadership development through sport. Campers will learn the nuances of their sport from a collection of top players and leaders in the game, including our Hill Coaching Staff, as well as special guest coaches.
Each day will consist of on-ice and/or on-field sessions, fitness/speed and agility workout sessions, as well as other fun games and activities. Our goal is to have our campers leave the camp with a stronger overall athletic foundation while having a positive and memorable week!
Hill camps are run by our elite coaching staff:
Reilly O’Conner, Hill Lacrosse Offensive Coordinator
Reilly O’Connor, is a graduate of Georgetown University and a Hill Academy alumni. He currently plays for the New England Black Wolves of the NLL.
During his career at Georgetown University, he was a 2-time team captain, was twice named to the Big East all-conference team and once to the Big East all-tournament team. He was also named the team’s Most Outstanding Offensive player and received the team’s Leadership award.
Reilly was awarded the Major Series Lacrosse League MVP in 2017 and won two Minto Cups as a member of the Jr. A Whitby Warriors. He is now the Head Coach of the Toronto Beaches Jr. A Lacrosse Club.
In 2012, Reilly represented Team Canada at the U19 World Championships, where he was named to the All-World Team as an attackman. He also suited up in 2019 as a member of the Men’s National Team in the Fall Classic.
Brett MacLean, Hill Hockey Varsity General Manager
Brett joins The Hill Academy with an extensive hockey resume and impressive playing career.
Brett was the 1st round pick of the 2004 OHL draft. He played 245 games between the Erie Otter and Oshawa Generals and recorded 288 points in 245 OHL games including a league leading 61 goals in 2007-2008. Brett was a 2nd round pick NHL pick to the Phoenix Coyotes and played at the professional level for four years. He was forced to retire early because of a heart condition.
Brett then went to the University of Waterloo to obtain his Bachelor’s degree while serving as the Assistant Men’s Hockey coach.
Drazen Glisic, BPEH, MSc- Sports, The Hill Academy Science and Athlete Performance Specialist
Drazen graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011, where he obtained his Bachelor of Physical Education. He continued his academics at the University of Toronto and obtained his Master of Science degree from the Department of Exercise Sciences. His graduate research examined the loads basketball and volleyball players placed on their knees during one- and two-foot landings.
Since graduating Drazen has worked as an instructor for the Practica courses in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education; which are courses designed to prepare students to be leaders as movement specialists; teach fundamental movement principles and skills, and to apply them to individuals of all ages and backgrounds across various settings.
As an athlete, Dre was a member of the University of Toronto Varsity Men’s Basketball Team.