The Dartmouth College Women’s Lacrosse Columbus Day Clinic is a commuter and residential camp that will run from October 9 until October 11. It is inviting all girl lacrosse players who are in grade 10 up to grade 12. This training program incorporates one-on-one camper to staff interaction. In addition, the camp also focuses on developing offensive and defensive skills. Participants will also play in competitive small field and full field matches. Moreover, this 3-day lacrosse training program will take place at the Alumni Gym on Dartmouth University campus.
Dartmouth College is a private Ivy League research university in Hanover, New Hampshire. It is the 9th oldest institution of higher education in the United States. Additionally, it is one of the nine colonial colleges before the American Revolution. Currently, the institution has a total undergraduate enrollment of 4,310. The gender distribution is 50 percent male students and 50 percent female students. The student-faculty ratio at Dartmouth College is 7:1. Then, the school has 62.3 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. Almost 25 percent of the students take part in Dartmouth’s NCAA Division I varsity sports teams. The athletes’ nickname is Big Green. Correspondingly, green is their official color. Dartmouth is among the highest-ranked universities in the United States. In the 2018 edition, it is 11th in the National Universities rankings.
Dartmouth College Women’s Lacrosse Columbus Day Clinic Organizers
Head Coach Danielle Spencer is leading the Dartmouth Big Green women’s lacrosse team since August of 2016. She is a former recruiting coordinator at Evanston. Coach Danielle Spencer has also played professional lacrosse with the Boston Storm of the United Women’s Lacrosse League. She is a bachelor’s in social policy graduate from Northwestern University. Then, the Dartmouth women’s lacrosse assistant coach is Nicole Price. She is the former offensive coordinator of the Fresno State University’s women’s lacrosse team. She is also a former San Diego State assistant coach and a former graduate assistant coach at Mount St. Mary’s College, her alma mater.