Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 2/18/16
From Press Release
Registration is open for the Navy Women’s Lacrosse Open Blue Camp, Elite Gold Clinic and Youth Day Clinics.
Choice of Sessions —
June 15-16 — Elite Gold Clinic. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $415
June 20-21 — Youth Day Clinic, Session I. . . . . . . . $175
June 22-23 –– Youth Day Clinic, Session II. . . . . . . $175
Both Youth Day Clinic Sessions, June 20-23. . . . . . $325
July 5-7 — Open Blue Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $560
2016 Navy Girls Lacrosse Camp
Navy Women’s Lacrosse Camps are designed to teach and develop the fundamental skills of the game, as well as team concepts in a fun, educational and confidence building environment. It is a chance to learn sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork. It is also a great
opportunity to meet other young lacrosse players and experience different coaching techniques from some of the best coaches in the
The Elite Gold Clinic will include full field scrimmages, an evening program on Wed night and prizes! This clinic allows you the opportunity to learn from some of the best coaches in the country! This is a two-day clinic. Overnight accommodations are not provided. A list of local hotels is available.
NAVY YOUTH DAY CLINIC
Session I: June 20-21, 2016
Session II: June 22-23, 2016
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
5 years to 12 years of age
One Session – $175
Both Sessions – $325
This clinic is specifically designed to teach and develop the fundamental skills of the game: throwing, catching, shooting, ground balls, offensive and defensive skills, feeding and confidence level improvement, in a fun and educational atmosphere. Goalie instruction will be offered.
NAVY OPEN BLUE CAMP
July 5-7, 2016
Rising sixth-, seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders
This overnight camp is designed for players of all ability levels.There is a strong emphasis on mastering skills as well as moving on to more advanced parts of the game. Sessions will focus on individual skills, team concepts and full field play. Campers will be divided by age and skill level in order to provide the appropriate learning environment. Goalie instruction will be offered
Confirmation: Once we receive your registration information, you will receive a confirmation packet via email containing detailed information for camp.
Medical Care: All campers must have their own accident and health insurance. A certified athletic trainer will be available 24 hours a day.
Lodging: Overnight campers stay in the largest dormitory in the United States – Bancroft Hall – which is AIR CONDITIONED! Campers will eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in King Hall, which hosts all 4,400 Midshipmen at once.
Facilities: For the Open Camp and Elite Clinic, we will be using our turf and grass facility on Farragut Field as well as our indoor turf facility in Halsey Field House. The Youth Day Clinic will be run at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
NAVY ELITE GOLD CLINIC
June 15-16, 2016
Rising high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors
This is a high intensity, action packed two-day clinic for the Elite player who aspires to compete at the collegiate level. Sessions
will include drills with an emphasis on mastery of individual skills as well as creativity in stickwork and shooting. Players will focus
on perfecting offensive strategies and high pressure defensive schemes. The Navy Lacrosse Goalie School will be run by former US National Team Player, Meg Huether.
Typical overnight schedule
Open Blue Camp Only
7:15 a.m. Wake-up
7:30 a.m. Breakfast
9-11:30 a.m. Session I
12 p.m. Lunch
1 p.m. Optional Instruction
2-4:15 p.m. Session II
5 p.m. Dinner
6-8 p.m. Scrimmages
9 p.m. Night program
10:30 p.m. Bed check / Lights out
For more information or questions,
please contact Navy Women’s Lacrosse at (410) 293-8797 (Phone) (410) 293-5526 (Fax) email@example.com (Email) or visit: www.NavySports.com
About the Camp Directors:
Cindy Timchal, Head Coach, Navy Women’s Lacrosse
• Eight National Championship titles
• Two-time National Coach of the Year
• Four-time ACC Coach of the Year
• Three-time Patriot League Coach of the Year
• NCAA career-wins leader with 460 victories
• Has coached 55 different players to 97 All-American honors
• Three-time Patriot League Coach of the Year
• 2012 National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee
Gabby Capuzzi, Asst. Coach, Navy Women’s Lacrosse
• All-American at Ohio State
• Former asst. coach at her alma mater
• OSU career record holder for draw controls
• Member of the Italian National Team
Josh Dionne, Asst. Coach, Navy Women’s Lacrosse
• Two-time USILA D-I All-American at Duke
• Two-time national champion
• Selected 18th in the 2014 MLL draft by the Charolotte Hounds
Meg Huether, Goalie Coach
• First Team All-American at Duke
• Two-time All-ACC selection
• Member of the Gold Medal World Cup Team in 2009
• Former assistant coach at William & Mary
Liz Schaffner, Director of Operations, Navy Women’s Lacrosse