Join the Liberty University Women’s Lacrosse Flames Summer Camp. It involves skill development in a fun and challenging atmosphere. The participants will also be able to play in competitive small field and full field games. Furthermore, this lacrosse summer camp is going to be on the 18th of June until the 20th of June. It is open to all female lacrosse players 13 to 18 years of age. In addition, this three-day training program is going to take place at Liberty University’s state of the art lacrosse field. All the instructions will be in accordance with the participant’s age and skill level.
Liberty University, formerly Lynchburg Baptist College, is a private, coeducation, nonprofit, Christian, research university in Lynchburg, Virginia. It is a member of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities and the Center for Research Libraries. The university is also part of the American Council on Education. Liberty University is the nation’s largest private, nonprofit university. Currently, the university is serving more than 110,000 students. This is through an acceptance rate of 28 percent. The university is offering more than 550 fields of study. Furthermore, in the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings 2018 edition, the university is 231st in the National Universities category. In athletics, Liberty University has 20 intercollegiate athletics teams participating in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I as the Liberty Flames. The university athletics identity colors are red, white, and blue.
Liberty University Women’s Lacrosse Flames Summer Camp Organizers
Leading the Liberty University Flames women’s lacrosse team is Head Coach Kelly Nangle, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is the 2012 Northeast Conference Coach of the Year awardee. Additionally, Coach Kelly Nangle is a bachelor’s degree in business graduate from Mount St. Mary’s. Then, the Flames women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Nina Dunay and Tori Quinn. Courtney Hall is the director of women’s lacrosse operations. And finally, Karyl Wiese is the strength and conditioning coach.