Phillylacrtosse.com, Posted 5/10/13
Registration is open for the Drexel Lacrosse Elite Camp on June 25 at the Vidas Athletic Complex.
The camp is open to all girls’ players entering 9th grade through college freshmen. Division I college coaches from Drexel, Columbia, Monmouth and Villanova will introduce advanced concepts through individualized skill work, game film analysis, and full field play, including an camper All-Star Game.
Register before June 10 for early bird pricing ($120):
Questions: Contact Hannah Rudloff, Drexel University Assistant Coach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Drexel Lacrosse Elite Camp is open to all players entering 9th grade through college freshmen who are looking for a competitive and fast-paced camp experience. Division I college coaches and top players will introduce advanced concepts in a college practice-type environment to help your game reach the next level. We strive to create well-rounded players that can be an impact at every position, so instruction will cover all field situations. Players will analyze collegiate game film and receive wall ball stickwork technique instruction. Goalies will receive individualized analysis and position-specific coaching.
12:00 Warm-up and Injury Prevention
12:30 Skill Session
2:00 Collegiate Game Film Analysis, Wall Ball Instruction
3:30 Full Field Team Play
5:30 ★ALL STAR GAME★
All camp sessions are on the turf fields at Vidas Athletic Complex. The complex is located just blocks off of Drexel’s main campus at:
4300 Powelton Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Head Coach Anna Marie Vesco
Vesco is the winningest coach in Drexel history. In recent years Vesco’s Dragons have climbed up the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) standings, qualifying for the 2011, 2012, and 2013 CAA tournaments for the first time in school history. Vesco has coached a Tewaaraton watch-list candidate in Charlotte Wood (’12), as well as numerous All-American and All-CAA recipients.
Assistant Coach Hannah Rudloff, who has led the program’s offensive unit since coming to Drexel in 2010, graduated from Penn in 2009. During her playing career she helped guide the Quakers to the 3 NCAA Final Four appearances and an NCAA Championship Final in her junior season.
Assistant Coach Mary Moran joined the Drexel coaching staff in 2012 after a distinguished playing career at Rutgers where she was senior team captain and a three-year starter. Moran now leads the Dragons defense.
Learn from some of the top coaches and players in the game. In addition to the Drexel staff, coaches from the following Division I schools will bring their experiences and unique perspective to camp: Columbia, Monmouth, Villanova.
Elite Camp is supervised by certified athletic trainers that are available to treat injuries and provide medical care.
$120 Before June 10