The University of Oregon Women’s Lacrosse Overnight Camp is going to develop basic skills and lacrosse fundamentals in a fun environment. It features agility and speed training as well as stick works. Furthermore, this overnight lacrosse camp will run from the 26th of June until the 28th of June. It is going to take place at the top-notch Papé Field on the University of Oregon campus. The training program is open to all girls in the 8th grade up to the 12th grade. In addition, the event will also accept commuter registrants. Division I coaches and players will also be attending the training program.
The University of Oregon is a public university in Eugene, Oregon. It has 5 colleges, namely, the Arts and Sciences, the Business, the Design, the Education, and the Honors. The university has also 7 professional schools. They are the Accounting, the Architecture and Environment, the Art and Design, the Journalism and Communication, the Law, the Music and Dance, the Planning, and the Public Policy and Management. Additionally, the university has also a graduate school. The university is 103rd in the National Universities rankings. It is also 209th in Forbes’ national rankings. Currently, it accommodates around 23,500 undergraduate students. In athletics, the university has a total of 14 teams. The teams are competing in Pac-12 of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I. They call themselves the Ducks or the Fighting Ducks. Green and yellow are the university’s identity colors.
University of Oregon Women’s Lacrosse Overnight Camp Organizers
Leading the University of Oregon Fighting Ducks women’s lacrosse team since June of 2016 is Head Coach Katrina Dowd. Coach Katrina Dowd is the 2013 Lacrosse Magazine’s Best Women’s Player. She is also the 2010 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Attacker of the Year awardee. Then, the Fighting Ducks women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Michelle Tumolo and Becca Block. John Mitchell is the team’s equipment manager. Finally, the director of lacrosse operations is Jacob Shelley.