The Colorado College Women’s Lacrosse High School Camp is a 3-day event this summer that will run from July 7 until July 9. It is for all high school girls who aspire to play at the college level. It will take place at the Washburn Field on the Colorado College campus. Tentatively, the program is set to start at 4:00 PM and end at 8:00 PM. Additionally, this lacrosse camp will provide a challenging and fun training environment that will help the participants to achieve their full potential. It includes skill development drills and discussions that will provide the players a better understanding of the mechanics of the game.
Colorado College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college near the Rocky Mountains, in Colorado Springs, Colorado. It is a member of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest. It is 24th in the US News and World Report, Liberal Arts Colleges ranking. 57th in Forbes, national rankings. Then, 34th in Best Value Schools. It is 2nd in Most Innovative Schools ranking, too. Currently, Colorado College accommodates around 2,100 undergraduate students. This undergraduate student population is with a 46 percent male and 54 percent female students gender distribution. It is also through a very selective enrollment acceptance rate of 16 percent. In the field of sports, Colorado College has 16 college athletics teams and they call themselves the Tigers. They are competing in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference of National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III. The college’s official colors are black and gold.
Colorado College Women’s Lacrosse High School Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Colorado College Tigers women’s lacrosse team is Susan Stuart, a native of Great Fall, Montana. She is a 6-time Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association West Region Coach of the Year awardee. Coach Stuart is also a 2-time Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Coach of the Year. Then, the Tigers women’s lacrosse assistant Lucy Gerrity. She is also part of the Summit Lacrosse coaching staff. Finally, the team’s volunteer assistant coach is Lydia Freliech.