The Stetson University Hatters Women’s Lacrosse Summer Camp will run from July 10 until July 12. It is open to all girls in the graduating classes of 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2022. It will take place at the Stetson University campus. Moreover, this three-day lacrosse summer camp will focus on individual skills development and game situations exposure. The Stetson University women’s lacrosse camp will be providing all the camp instructions. In addition, this training program will accommodate both residential and commuter campers. Lodging for residential campers will be at the Stetson University Dorms.
Stetson University, formerly DeLand Academy, is a private, nonprofit university. Its founder is New York philanthropist Henry Addison DeLand. The school has a 175-acre campus in DeLand, Florida. The DeLand campus is on the National Register of Historic Places. Currently, Stetson has a total undergraduate enrollment of 3,089. The gender distribution is 42 percent male students and 58 percent female students. There are more than 60 majors and minors offered as well as Master’s degree and dual degree programs. Stetson has 195 full-time faculty teaching undergraduate courses. 95% of those faculty are holding Ph.D. or equal degrees. Stetson’s mission is to provide a creative community where learning and values meet. The institution also has the dedication to help students move from success to significance. Furthermore, Stetson has approximately 20 honorary academic and professional organizations and over 100 other student organizations on campus.
Stetson University Hatters Women’s Lacrosse Summer Camp Organizers
The head coach of the Stetson University Hatters women’s lacrosse team is Christy Leach. She is now in her third year at the helm of the university’s women’s lacrosse program. Coach Christy Leach is a former college lacrosse standout. In fact, she is the 2007 and 2008 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association National Defensive Player of the Year. Coach Christy Leach is also the recipient of the 2008 Big Ten Medal of Honor and the 2008 Big Ten Sportsmanship Award. Then, the Hatters women’s lacrosse assistant coach is Kelsea Ayers.