The Salisbury University Women’s Lacrosse Sea Gulls Camp is the ideal training environment to improve skills in a fun instructional setting. This event will maintain an 8:1 camper to staff ratio to ensure maximum attention to every participant. Furthermore, this training program is available to both overnight and day campers. It is going to run from June 25 until June 28 at the Salisbury University campus. The program is open to all girls 10 to 18 years of age in any skills level. In addition, accommodations for overnight campers will be at the Pocomoke Hall and Wicomico Hall. Check-in starts at 12:00 PM on Day 1.
Salisbury University, colloquially just ‘Bury’, is a public coeducational university in Salisbury, Maryland. It is a member of the University System of Maryland. As a whole, the university has an accreditation from the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Currently, Salisbury University’s total undergraduate student population is 7,861. This undergraduate student population is through a selective enrollment acceptance rate of 66 percent. The university’s student to faculty ratio is 16:1. Moreover, Salisbury University is 78th in Regional Universities North of the 2018 US News and World Reports Best Colleges rankings. It is also 42nd in the Best Colleges for Veterans rankings. In sports, the university is a member of the Capital Athletic Conference of the NCAA Division III. The university athletes’ nickname is Sea Gulls. Meanwhile, their identity colors are maroon and gold.
Salisbury University Women’s Lacrosse Sea Gulls Camp Organizers
Leading the Salisbury University Sea Gulls women’s lacrosse team is Head Coach Jim Nestor, a native of Laurel, Maryland. He is now in his 17th year at the reins of the university’s women’s lacrosse program. Coach Nestor is a four-time National Coach of the Year awardee. Ultimately, under his guidance, the Sea Gulls has already three NCAA Championships and 15 CAC Championships. Then, the Sea Gulls women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Rebecca Michalski, Alexis Roskovich, Liz Marr, Lauren Feusahrens, and Kacy Koolage. Finally, Kayla Miller is the graduate assistant coach.