The University of Virginia Women’s Lacrosse Winter Camp is inviting all girls in grade 7 up to grade 12. It is a three-day training program that will run from the 27th of December until the 29th of December. Its venue is the University of Virginia’s indoor field and UHall turf fields. Furthermore, this winter girls lacrosse camp will introduce the participants to the latest technical and tactical lacrosse training methods. It also focuses on helping the participants to master the game’s fundamental skills. In addition, this training program will welcome both commuter and residential campers.
The University of Virginia is public, coeducational, flagship university in Charlottesville, Virginia. It is the only American collegiate UNESCO World Heritage Site. Additionally, the University of Virginia is an affiliation of the Southeastern Universities Research Association. It is also a member of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities and the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. Currently, the university is serving around 15,900 undergraduate students and around 6,500 postgraduate students. The undergraduate student population is with a 45 percent male and 55 percent female students gender distribution. The University of Virginia is 40th in the most recent Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges rankings. It is also 25th in National Universities, 2018 edition of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges rankings. In sports, the university is competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division I as the Cavaliers.
University of Virginia Women’s Lacrosse Winter Camp Organizers
Leading the University of Virginia Cavaliers women’s lacrosse team is head coach Julie Myers, a native of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. She is now entering her 23rd season at the helm of the Cavaliers women’s lacrosse program. Under her leadership, the Cavaliers have already an NCAA Tournament title and an astounding 20 NCAA Tournament appearances. Then, the women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Colleen McCaffrey and Lindsay Rogers. And finally, completing the Cavaliers women’s lacrosse coaching staff is Heather Dow, the volunteer assistant coach.