The Bloomsburg University Women’s Lacrosse Summer Clinic is a three-hour training program that will run from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM on July 21. It is going to take place at the premier Steph Pettit Stadium on the Bloomsburg University campus. Furthermore, this lacrosse summer clinic will be under the supervision of the Bloomsburg University women’s lacrosse coaching staff. It will provide challenging instructions that will develop skills and techniques. In addition, this training program will cover stick work, shooting, offensive and defensive drills. There will also be competitive scrimmages.
Bloomsburg University is a public coeducation university. It is a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Likewise, it is also a member of the Keystone Library Network. The university has a Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation. It is among the region’s top academic institution. As a matter, of fact, Bloomsburg University is 104th in the Regional Universities North, 2017 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Then, it is also 372nd in the Business Programs rankings. And, 31st in the Top Public Schools rankings. The university offers 55 undergraduate bachelor’s degree programs. Currently, the university has around 9,200 undergraduate students. Bloomsburg University has 18 varsity sports teams. Their nickname is Huskies. They are competing in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference of NCAA Division 2. The universities identity colors are maroon and gold.
Bloomsburg University Women’s Lacrosse Summer Clinic Organizers
Shannon Hertz is the head coach of the Bloomsburg University Huskies women’s lacrosse team since October of 2014. She is the 2009 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Division II Assistant Coach of the Year awardee. Additionally, Coach Shannon Hertz is an alumna of Lock Haven University. Then, Patrice Coleman is the Huskies women’s lacrosse graduate assistant coach. She is a Bloomsburg University alumna with a bachelor’s degree in interpersonal communications. Coach Coleman is in her second year with the coaching staff. Finally, Hannah Getz and Emily Dwyer are the Huskies student assistant coaches.