Join the University at Albany Women’s Lacrosse Great Danes Skills Academy on June 28 and June 29. This two-day training program will focus on skills development, strength and conditioning, and game concepts. Its goal is to mold a future lacrosse player standout. Moreover, this training program will take place at the University at Albany campus. It is open to all girls in grade 3 up to grade 8 in any skill level. Instructions and groupings will depend on the player’s age and skill level. In addition, this training program will be under the supervision of the University at Albany women’s lacrosse coaching staff.
The University at Albany, formerly State University College at Albany, is a public, coeducational, research university in Albany, New York. It also has other campuses in Guilderland, and Rensselaer, New York. The university is a member of the State University of New York. At the same time, the university is also part of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. The university’s School of Business has an accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Meanwhile, its School of Public Health has an accreditation from the Council on Education for Public Health. The University at Albany is 151st in National Universities, 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. It is also 78th in the Top Public Schools rankings and 109th in the Business Programs rankings. The university fields 16 intercollegiate sports teams in the America East Conference of NCAA Division I. They are the Great Danes.
University at Albany Women’s Lacrosse Great Danes Skills Academy Organizers
Jessica Davos is the interim head coach of the University at Albany Great Danes women’s lacrosse team. She is a bachelor’s degree in English and textual studies graduate from Syracuse University. Coach Davos is now in her eighth season with the coaching staff. Then, the Great Danes women’s lacrosse assistant coach is Taylor Frink. Coach Frink is an alumna of the University at Albany with a bachelor’s degree in sociology.