The Albion College Women’s Lacrosse Overnight and Commuter Camp is going to be from the 25th of June until the 28th of June. It is open to all girls 10 to 18 years of age. This four-day lacrosse training program focuses on developing position-specific skills. In addition, this training program will also have sessions in place for goalies. The event will take place at the Albion College campus and check-in will be at the Mitchell Towers. The event is going to have a 10:1 camper to staff ratio to maintain an intimate camper to staff interaction. Furthermore, this training program is only offering 20 available camper spots. Registration fee includes a free Nike practice jersey.
Albion College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college in Albion, Michigan. The institution is a member of the Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges and the Global Liberal Arts Alliance. It is also part of the Annapolis Group and the Oberlin Group. Overall, the Albion College has an accreditation from the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Presently, it is serving around 1,400 undergraduate students. 48 percent of the undergraduate student population are males and 52 percent are females. The undergraduate student population is also through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 72 percent. The college’s student to faculty ratio is 12:1. Moreover, Albion College is 128th in the National Liberal Arts Colleges category of the 2018 US News and World Reports rankings. In sports, the college is participating in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association of NCAA Division III. The college athletes’ nickname is Britons.
Albion College Women’s Lacrosse Overnight and Commuter Camp Organizers
Leading the Albion College Britons women’s lacrosse team is Head Coach Shanta Loecker. She is the 2012 Western Women’s Lacrosse League Division 1 Coach of the Year awardee. Additionally, Coach Loecker is a bachelor’s degree in mass communications graduate from UCLA. Then, the team’s assistant coach is Emily DeWaters, a native of Richland, Michigan. She is the former President of the college’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.