The Dickinson College Women’s Lacrosse Fall Prospect Clinic is a one-day training program that will take place at the Biddle Athletic Complex on October 8. It is inviting high school girls in the graduating classes of 2019 and 2020 who are looking to extend their game to the college level. Furthermore, the program will provide a fast pace, high-level training session. It also focuses on improving the attendee’s stickwork, shooting, and dodging abilities. Moreover, the program also includes a tour of the Durden Athletic Training Center and a college admission information session.
Dickinson College is a private, residential liberal arts college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Its former name is Carlisle Grammar School. It is the first college to exist after the formation of the United States. The school setting is suburban, and the campus size is 144 acres. Dickinson College is a liberal arts college that gains a lot of recognition. It is offering 43 majors plus minors, independent research, and internships. Currently, it has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,420. The gender distribution is 41 percent male students and 59 percent female students. In addition, it is 51st in the 2018 edition of Best Colleges – National Liberal Arts Colleges. In sports, Dickinson College takes part in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III Centennial Conference. It fields a total of 23 intercollegiate sports teams. Additionally, the Red Devils identity colors are red, white, and black.
Dickinson College Women’s Lacrosse Fall Prospect Clinic Organizers
The head coach of the Dickinson College Red Devils women’s lacrosse is Kim Masimore. She is at the same time the college’s Senior Woman Administrator. She is also the former Bridgewater College women’s lacrosse head coach. Coach Masimore is a bachelor’s degree in sports and entertainment marketing and management graduate from McDaniel College. Then, the Red Devils women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Paige Messersmith and Jessie Clark. Coach Messersmith is a master’s degree in psychology from Catholic University. Meanwhile, Coach Clark is a Dickinson College alumni and a former lacrosse Most Valuable Player.