The Messiah College Falcons Women’s Lacrosse Summer Camp is inviting all girls entering grade 5 up to grade 12. It is a four-day event that will run from the 25th of June until the 28th of July. The training program will cover individual and team skills development drills. Additionally, the program also incorporates stick work, positional drills, scrimmages, and games. It is going to take place at the Messiah College campus. Moreover, this summer lacrosse camp will accommodate commuter, residential, and residential goalie registrations. Instructions will be according to the player’s age and skill level.
Messiah College, originally Messiah Bible School and Missionary Training Home, is a private, coeducational, Christian, liberal arts college in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Its founder is the Brethren in Christ Church also known as the River Brethren and River Mennonites. Currently, it is serving around 2,800 undergraduate students and around 500 postgraduate students. The undergraduate student population has a 39 percent male and 61 percent female students gender distribution. Furthermore, in the 2018 edition of the US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings, Messiah College is 4th in Regional Colleges North. It is also number one in the Best Colleges for Veterans category and number 3 in the Best Value Schools category. In addition, Messiah College’s intercollegiate athletic teams are competing in the Middle Atlantic Conferences of NCAA Division III. They are the Falcons and their official colors are navy blue and white.
Messiah College Falcons Women’s Lacrosse Summer Camp Organizers
Head Coach Heather (Greer) McKay, a Boston native, is leading the Messiah College Falcons women’s lacrosse team. She is the 2017 MAC Commonwealth Coach of Year awardee. Ultimately, under Coach Greer’s leadership, the Falcons has already five conference titles. Coach Greer is a Messiah College alumna. Then, the Falcons women’s lacrosse graduate assistant coach is Rebecca Sheinfeld. She is a bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sport Science graduate from Campbell University. Finally, Sandy Bush is the athletic training program director.