The Johns Hopkins University Men’s Lacrosse Overnight Camp will be from July 23 until July 26 at the Homewood Field. It is open to all boys 12 to 18 years of age. This training program intends to have a 10:1 camper to staff ratio. Moreover, the event is a venue for players to experience a day fo collegiate level training sessions and competition. It also incorporates positional drills and offensive and defensive concepts. The sessions will according to the campers age and skill level. Additionally, participants need to bring their own lacrosse equipment. Check-in will be at 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM on Day 1.
Johns Hopkins University is a private institution in Baltimore, Maryland. It is the country’s first research university. In fact, it is notable for its innovative advances in everything from technology to history. Its campus in Baltimore, Maryland, is a serene, 140-acre area. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 6,117. The gender distribution is 48 percent male students and 52 percent female students. The student-faculty ratio is 7:1 and the school has 73.6 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students. At JHU, students can take part in everything from Quidditch – the fictional sport in the “Harry Potter” book series – to an a capella Christian group. It also fields 24 varsity teams of which 22 compete at the NCAA Division III level. Then, the university is 10th among undergraduate programs at national universities, and 10th among global universities by the U.S. News & World Report in its 2018 rankings.
Johns Hopkins University Men’s Lacrosse Overnight Camp Organizers
Leading the Johns Hopkins University men’s lacrosse team is Head Coach Dave Pietramala, a native of Hicksville, New York and a Johns Hopkins alumni. Under his leadership, the university’s men’s lacrosse program has already 2 NCAA Championships and 15 NCAA Tournament appearances. Then, the team’s associate head coach is Bill Dwan and Larry Quinn is the assistant coach. The offensive coordinator is Bobby Benson and the strength and conditioning coach is Jay Dyer. Finally, Tim O’Branski is the director of lacrosse operations.