Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/11/14
Shipley Little Gators Boys’ Lacrosse Camp
Ages: boys 4-7 and 8-11
Directed by: Shipley’s Varsity Lacrosse Coach Mark Duncan
Dates: Session I – June 24-27 and/or Session II – July 14-17
Times: 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM (½ day option for 4-7 year olds)
Place: The Shipley Farm Fields (1319 Waverly Rd, Gladwyne, PA)
Cost: $280 ($140 for ½ day)
Contact: Mark Duncan, 610-715-4242, email@example.com
Ages 4-7 year olds: All sticks and equipment provided.
Ages 8-11 year olds: This is a stickwork and skill work camp. Bring your own
stick and lacrosse equipment.
We will be offering 2 great weeks of lacrosse instruction for beginners and those more experienced boys in June and July as detailed below. If you have questions about the camp please email Mark Duncan the camp director.
Both weeks are at the turf Farm Fields location in Gladwyne on Waverly Road.
Mark Duncan- Athletic Director and Varsity Boys’ Lacrosse Coach – The Shipley School, Bryn Mawr , PA
Mark Duncan currently serves as the Athletic Director and Head Lacrosse Coach at The Shipley School. Coach Duncan played his high school ball at Ward Melville HS on the 1992 undefeated NY state champs squad that was also the top ranked team in the nation. Coach Duncan played college ball at Lehigh University where he was the Patriot League Player of the Year in 1998 and a D I NCAA pre-season All-American, NCAA Leading goal scorer in 1997, and 1st team All Patriot League in ’98 and ’97 at attack. He still remains Lehigh’s all-time leading scorer. After coaching Whittier College to a top 20 NCAA D III ranking in 1999 as the offensive coordinator, he moved on to The Shipley School and for the past 13 years has been the head coach amassing over 125 wins in his first 13 seasons as well as leading the Gators to their only 7 league championships in school history. A former NCAA US Lacrosse Official, Mark currently coaches in the Fever Lacrosse program and has coached with LB3 lacrosse helping run their Philadelphia clinics. Mark also runs goalie clinics year round and many other camps and clinics in the Philadelphia and tri-state area.