Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/29/16
Registration is open for the Cavalier Lacrosse School for girls at Cabrini College (grades 2-9) on June 20-23 at Cabrini College, Radnor, PA.
Cabrini College women’s lacrosse coach Jackie Neary, one of the winningest coaches in NCAA lacrosse, will conduct the 10th annual Cavalier Lacrosse School. The camp will run daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (9-12 June 23) and will focus on fundamentals and skill development.
WHERE: Cabrini College, 610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor PA 19085
Registration: Early Bird Registration: $20 off camp fee if you register and pay before May 15. Team discounts available for six or more from same school/township/club team.
CONTACT: Coach Neary at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Kate Pearson at 610-902-1016.
CAMP PHILOSOPHY: The Cavalier Lacrosse School has one goal in mind – for you to become a better player when you have completed our program. Our camp curriculum emphasizes skill development in a fun ‘can-do’ environment. Our staff is committed to helping players individually to improve their overall game.
CAMP PROGRAM: The daily schedule will include offensive and defensive station drills, agility training, guest speakers, individual and team competition and full field game play. Lunch will be provided daily and is included in the cost of tuition.
CAMP LOCATION AND FACILITIES: The Cavalier Lacrosse School will take place on the state-of-the-art Dixon Turf Field. Dedicated in the fall of 2006, Cabrini’s new turf field is the home of the Cabrini College men’s and women’s lacrosse teams. Cabrini College is located in Radnor, just minutes of 476 with easy access to Delaware,Chester, Montgomery, Buck and Philadelphia Counties.
ITEMS TO BRING: Girls registering should plan on bringing mouth guards, sneakers/cleats, eye protection, and sticks.All campers are encouraged to bring sunscreen and water bottles.
For Camp brochure click here and registration form will be available: http://www.cabriniathletics.com/documents/2016/3/22/2016_Lax_School_Application.pdf
Jackie Neary (Temple ’86) Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Cabrini College
Jackie Neary has built a dynasty from scratch with the Cabrini women’s lacrosse program. Since starting the program in 1997, Neary has led the Cavs to 16 straight title games, 14 CSAC titles and 13 NCAA tournament berths. Neary has posted an impressive overall mark and has been a 10 CSAC coach of the year in lacrosse. Neary, who is also the head field hockey coach and coordinator of student-athlete wellness at Cabrini, served as the assistant women’s lacrosse coach at Temple University from 1991-94. Neary played collegiate lacrosse at Temple, where she helped the Lady Owls win the 1984 NCAA Division I lax title. For the last 25 years Neary has worked with various local youth camps including Villa Maria Academy and Ursuline Academy. She was inducted into the Cabrini College Athletics Hall of Fame in the fall of 2013 and continues to be considered one of the top coaches nationally in both field hockey and lacrosse.
Bobbi Morgan (Richmond ’85) Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Haverford College
Bobbi Morgan has served as a coach, counselor, codirector and director at Main Line area youth camps for the last 25 years. For the past 18 years, she has directed the highly successful Haverford Girls’ Basketball Camp and has been co-director of the Cavalier Lacrosse School since 2007. A former assistant lacrosse coach at Haverford High School, Morgan just completed her 8th year as the women’s basketball coach at Haverford College. In 2014, she guided the Fords to the best record in program history en route to winning the Centennial Conference title and a berth in the NCAA Division III Tournament. Prior to taking over at Haverford in 2008, she served as the head women’s basketball coach at Cabrini College. Morgan played college basketball at the University of Richmond, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. She also earned a Master of Education degree at Cabrini College.
Therese Doyle (St. Joseph’s University, ‘12), Asst. Women’s Field Hockey Coach, Cabrini College
Doyle joined the Cavaliers after a decorated playing career at St. Joseph’s University. A three-year starter, Doyle was named the team’s Most Improved Player as a junior before earning the team’s Offensive Co-Player of the Year as a senior. The Merion Mercy alum totaled 18 points season, which culminated in an All-Atlantic 10 First Team nod. Doyle was also credited with the game winning goal in overtime over Villanova, giving the Hawks their first win at their new home,
Ellen Ryan Field. Doyle was also a stand-out in the classroom, consistently being named to the Atlantic 10 Honor Roll, the St. Joseph’s University Honor Roll, the Dean’s List and a member of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association Division I National Academic Squad. The Havertown native has been coaching field
hockey in the Viper Field Hockey Club since 2011.