Join the Connecticut College Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Camp on July 22 to July 24. It is open to all high school male lacrosse players who desire to play at the college level. The event is ideal to showcase exceptional lacrosse skills and experience collegiate-level training and competition. In addition, the training program includes a recruiting processes discussion and a campus tour. It will be under the supervision of the Connecticut College men’s lacrosse coaching staff. The available spots are limited to ensure one-on-one coaching interaction, thus, registration is a first come first serve basis.
Connecticut College, or colloquially just Conn, is a private, coeducational institution in New London, Connecticut. It is a liberal arts college with a campus size of 750 acres. Connecticut College is among the top producer of Fulbright awardees. It is 45th in the 2018 college rankings of the U.S. News and World Report for National Liberal Arts Colleges. Currently, it has a total undergraduate enrollment of 1,865 students of which 37 percent are male students while 63 percent are female students. The Connecticut College also has 75.2 percent of its classes with less than 20 students with an outstanding student to faculty ratio of 9:1. Furthermore, in Connecticut College, students live on an 85-year-old Honor Code. This code supports all interactions at school, both academically and socially. Student life also includes Conn’s notable annual event, the Camelympics. It is a competition among residence halls aimed at creating a spirited rivalry.
Connecticut College Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Camp Organizers
Leading the Connecticut College Camels men’s lacrosse team is Head Coach Dave Cornell. He is now in his 11th year at the helm of the college’s men’s lacrosse program. He is the 2010 New England Small College Athletic Conference Coach of the Year and the 2010 New England Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association Coach of the Year. Additionally, Coach Cornell is a master´s degree in health and exercise science and athletic administration graduate from McDaniel College. Then, the Camels assistant coaches are Mark Wirth, Dan Corcoran, and Kevin Frank.