The Queens University Women’s Lacrosse Overnight and Day Camp is open all girls in grade 7 through high school. It will be a four-day training program that will run from the 20th of July until the 23rd of July. It is going to take place at the leading edge Myers Park Traditional Field on Wellesley Avenue. Furthermore, this lacrosse camp will develop and improve fundamental lacrosse skills in a fun and challenging atmosphere. It will cover both the technical and tactical aspects of the game. In addition, goalies will also have their special training sessions. Running the event is the Queens University women’s lacrosse coaching staff.
Queens University, formerly Queens College, is a private, comprehensive university in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is an affiliation of the Presbyterian Church. The university is a member of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities. It is also a member of the Council of Independent Colleges. The university has an accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Its McColl School of Business has also an accreditation from the AACSB International. Due to its academic excellence, the university is top 20 in Regional Universities South, Best Colleges rankings, 2018. It is also 30th in the Best Value Schools rankings. The university’s undergraduate student population is around 1,900 while the university’s acceptance rate is 83 percent. Moreover, the university’s athletics teams are competing in the South Atlantic Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II. They call themselves the Royals.
Queens University Women’s Lacrosse Overnight and Day Camp Organizers
Leading the Queens University Royals women’s lacrosse team is Head Coach Clare Short, who hails from Frederick, Maryland. Coach Clare Short is a former college lacrosse player standout. In fact, she is a former Defensive Most Valuable Players. She is a bachelor’s degree in sports administration graduate from Lock Haven University. Then, the Royals women’s lacrosse assistant coach is Kathelene Kim. She is a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology graduate from Penn State.