The Harvard University Women’s Lacrosse Prospect Clinic is an in-demand lacrosse training program for girls who intend to play at the college level. It is a 2-hour event that will fall on January 7 at the Harvard Stadium Bubble. This lacrosse prospect clinic is open to all female lacrosse players in grade 7 up to grade 12. In addition, the program will cater training sessions for all positions and goalies. The participants will be able to experience a collegiate level training and competition. Correspondingly, this event is under the supervision of the Harvard University women’s lacrosse coaching staff.
Harvard University, formerly Harvard College, is private, coeducational, Ivy League, research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is one of the world’s most notable institution. It is 2nd in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Harvard University is also 2nd in Best Value Schools rankings. The university is a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. It is also part of the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts. Furthermore, the university’s main campus is in Cambridge and it has also additional campuses in Allston and Longwood, Massachusetts. The university currently serves around 21,000 students with a gender distribution of 53 percent male and 47 percent female students. The student to faculty ratio is 7:1. In athletics, Harvard University is participating in the Ivy League of NCAA Division I.
Harvard University Women’s Lacrosse Prospect Clinic Organizers
The head coach of Harvard University women’s lacrosse program is Lisa Miller. She is now in her 11th year leading the team. Coach Lisa Miller is the 2007 Big East Coach of the Year. She is also the 1999 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association North Region Coach of the Year. Additionally, Coach Miller is a William and Mary Athletics Hall of Fame inductee. Then, the Crimsons women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Kelsey McGovern and Robert Pisano. Both assistant coaches are in their first season with the Crimson coaching staff.