The Connecticut College Women’s Lacrosse Spring Prospect Clinic is open to all female lacrosse players in grade 9 up to grade 12. Its venue is the state-of-the-art Silfen Field on the Connecticut College campus. This training program will fall on the 23rd of April from 1:00 PM until 3:30 PM. Moreover, this prospect clinic also includes an optional campus tour that will start at 12:00 PM. The clinic will also provide the participants an exposure on how it is like to train and compete at the collegiate level. In addition, the participants will receive personal positional coaching from the Connecticut College women’s lacrosse coaching staff.
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 Women’s Lacrosse Spring Prospect Clinic Organizers
Head Coach Lisa Vogeley is entering her 1st year at the helm of the Connecticut College Camels women’s lacrosse team. She is the former Roger Williams Hawks head women’s lacrosse coach. Coach Lisa Vogeley is the 2016 Commonwealth Coast Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Additionally, Coach Vogeley is also part of the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association All-America Regional Committee. She is a masters’ degree in sports studies graduate from Saint Mary’s.