The James Madison University Women’s Lacrosse Elite Summer Camp will cover stick work, tight-space plays, and full field game concepts. It will be a competitive but fun training environment that is ideal for high-level lacrosse players. Moreover, this lacrosse summer camp is a three-day event that will run from the 9th of July until the 11th of July. It is open to all girls in grade 9 up to grade 12. The program will take place at the leading-edge James Madison University Recreational Fields. In addition, the event is requiring the participants to bring their own lacrosse equipment and gears. It will accept both overnight and commuter registrants.
James Madison University is a public, coeducational university in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Its former name is Madison College. It is offering 133 fields of study including 77 undergraduate and 46 master’s degrees. The university has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Furthermore, James Madison University is 7th in Regional Universities South, 2018 edition of US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 55th in the Best Value Schools rankings. Currently, its undergraduate student population is around 19,200. The student to faculty ratio is 16:1 while the acceptance rate is 72 percent. James Madison University fields 17 intercollegiate sports teams. They are participating in the Colonial Athletic Association of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. They call themselves the Dukes and purple and gold are their identity colors.
James Madison University Women’s Lacrosse Elite Summer Camp Organizers
Leading the James Madison University Dukes women’s lacrosse team is Head Coach Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe, a native of Glen Arm, Maryland. She is a four-time CAA Coach of the Year and a four-time VaSID Coach of the Year. Ultimately, she led the James Madison University Dukes women’s lacrosse team to four Colonial Athletic Association championships. Coach Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe is also an inductee in the JMU Athletic Hall of Fame. Then, the Dukes women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Emily Boissonneault and Kerry Stoothoff.