Join the Saint Mary’s College Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Seahawks Camp from July 23 until July 26. This event is an initiative of the Saint Mary’s College Maryland men’s lacrosse coaching staff. The training includes smalls skills and team skills development drills. Moreover, participants will also be able to play in competitive games and scrimmages. This lacrosse camp is open to all boys 9 to 17 years old in any skill level. Instructions and groupings will be according to the player’s age and skill level. In addition, the event will accommodate both overnight and extended day campers. It will take place at the Saint Mary’s College Maryland campus.
Saint Mary’s College Maryland, formerly St. Mary’s Seminary Junior College, is a public, coeducational, secular, liberal arts college in St. Mary’s City, Maryland. It is an affiliation of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges. It has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The university is offering more than 31 undergraduate degrees and minors. Furthermore, Saint Mary’s College is 96th in National Liberal Arts Colleges, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is 107th in the Best Value Schools rankings and 5th in the Top Public Schools rankings. Currently, Saint Mary’s College Maryland is accommodating around 1,900 undergraduate students. This is with an acceptance rate at 89.8 percent. The student to faculty ratio is 10:1. Saint Mary’s College Maryland has 19 intercollegiate sports teams competing in the Capital Athletic Conference of NCAA Division III.
Saint Mary’s College Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Seahawks Camp Organizers
Jason Childs, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, is the head coach of the Saint Mary’s College Seahawks men’s lacrosse team since August of 2015. He is a bachelor’s degree in American studies graduate from Dickinson College. Then, the Seahawks men’s lacrosse team assistant coaches are Justin Gordon and Jake Beneke. Coach Gordon, also from Baltimore, Maryland, is a bachelor’s degree in history graduate from York College. Meanwhile, Coach Beneke is from Downingtown, Pennsylvania, with a bachelor’s degree in sport management also from York College.