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Registration is open for La Salle College High boys’ and girls’ summer lacrosse camps in June

Tuesday, 27th December 2011

Categories Boy's/Men's, Camps, Events, Girl's/Women's, High School, Youth, Posted 12/27/11

Registration is open for the La Salle College High boys’ and girls’ summer camps.

La Salle Day Camp
Dates: June 18-22, 2012
Time: 9:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Ages: Boys 7-16 & Girls 5-13
Fee: $260

La Salle Evening Camp

Dates: June 25-28, 2012
Time: 5:00-8:30 p.m.
Ages: Boys 11-16
Fee: $200

The camps feature one-on-one training, challenging competitions, informative lectures, creative drills, high fidelity video sessions, and first-rate facilities. Each instructional period is tailored with one goal in mind – to make you a better lacrosse player.

During the early days in the week campers receive personal instruction from their “stickwork” group coaches so as to improve the campers’ personal game. Later in the week the camp focus shifts toward team skills as players are placed on a team which will compete by league in the “Camp Tournament.”

Each day after lunch a guest speaker or big-screen video will address the campers. the camp will also have numerous visits by our sponsors, and as always, end our day with the now famous Quickstick camp raffle. We are very proud of our creative coaching activities and honored to teach more than the game of lacrosse. We also focus on the game’s Native American history, which speaks of sincere leadership, basic values, and respect.

We work with campers individually and in small groups according to their age, size, and ability; therefore, no experience is necessary and beginners are most welcome.

Click here for registration information.

Camp staff:

Camp Director

Mr. Bill Leahy
Head Lacrosse Coach and Guidance Counselor,
La Salle College High School

Coach Leahy is in his 21st year as Head Coach at La Salle College High School. He has achieved an overall record of 360-71 which includes the 2004, 2008, & 2009 PA State Championship, 2005 & 2007 EPSLA Finals, 2010 PIAA Finals, 2006 EPSLA Final Four, & 16 Philadelphia Catholic League Championships. He is a 1992 graduate of Loyola College in Maryland where he played and coached midfield and was considered a face-off specialist. From 1995-1996 he played forward for the Philadelphia Wings. Coach Leahy coached the 2007 U.S. South Under Armour All American Team. In 2010 Coach Leahy was the first lacrosse coach to be inducted into the Montgomery County Coaches Hall of Fame.

Camp Co-Directors

Mr. Tony Resch
Athletic Director
La Salle College High School

Mr. Resch is the Athletic Director and Defensive Co-ordinator for La Salle College High School and its Varsity Lacrosse team. His experience in the game of lacrosse is extensive as he was a player for Penn Charter High School and an All-American at Yale University. After college he went on to play for the United States World Team and to be the Head Coach at the William Penn Charter School and for Philadelphia’s professional indoor team the Wings. Last summer Mr. Resch served as the Head Coach of the World Champion (MLL) Philadelphia Barrage for the second time. He earned the 2006 & 2008 MLL “Coach of the Year” award along with his team championships. Mr. Resch just served as an assistant coach for Team USA at the last Lacrosse World Games.

Chuck Cirelli
Assistant Athletic Director and Science Teacher,
La Salle College High School

Mr. Cirelli is the Assistant Athletic Director and Associate Head Coach for La Salle College High School and its Varsity Lacrosse team. He has been a varsity assistant coach for the past ten years since graduating as a midfielder from John Carroll University. Mr. Cirelli is currently responsible for midfield play and goaltending and brings significant camp experience to QSI.

Women’s Camp Director

Megan Fisher
Women’s Lacrosse Coach,
Upper Moreland High School

Coach Fisher is in her 9th year as a La Salle Lacrosse Camp Director. A graduate of the University of Delaware where she won women’s lacrosse honors as 1st team America East and 1st Team All Regional American. Currently she is coaching at Upper Moreland High School.



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