The Bowdoin College Men’s Lacrosse Polar Bear Camp is a 4-day high-level training program that will run from June 26 until June 29 and is open to all high school boys. Its design is ideal for those players who intend to develop as a well-rounded lacrosse player. It focuses on improving individual skills and game situations awareness. Daily games are also in place to allow outstanding players to showcase their skills. Furthermore, this lacrosse camp will take place at the Farley Field House on the Bowdoin campus. It is set to start at 8:30 AM and conclude at 3:30 PM.
Bowdoin College is a private coeducational college in Brunswick, Maine. It is a member of the Annapolis Group as well as the Oberlin Group. The college is 6th in the National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2017 rankings. It is also 13th in the Best Value Schools rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 1,700 undergraduate students with a 50 percent male and 50 percent female students gender distribution. Meanwhile, the college’s student to faculty ratio is 9 is to 1. Bowdoin College is 3rd in National Liberal Arts Colleges of the 2018 US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. They are also 13th in the Best Undergraduate Teaching category. Moreover, the college has 30 intercollegiate sports teams. They are competing in the New England Small College Athletic Conference, a Division III of the National Collegiate Athletics Association. They call themselves the Polar Bears and black and white are their identity colors.
Bowdoin College Men’s Lacrosse Polar Bear Camp Organizers
Leading the Bowdoin College men’s lacrosse team since June of 2012 is Head Coach Jason Archbell. He is the 2016 New England Small College Athletic Conference Coach of the Year and the 2016 New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Coach of the Year. Then, the Polar Bears men’s lacrosse assistant coach is Mark Miller. He is the former Washington & Lee University assistant coach. Coach Miller is also a former standout goalkeeper with two all-conference selection.