The Whitman College Women’s Lacrosse Spring Clinic is going to be on April 17 at the Sherwood Center on the Whitman College campus. It is inviting all girls who are passionate about improving their overall lacrosse game. This lacrosse clinic is an initiative of the Whitman College women’s lacrosse coaching staff and current players. Moreover, the training program focuses on improving the participant’s offensive and defensive skills as well as the participant’s game concepts understanding. The program also includes a college recruiting information session and a campus tour.
Whitman College is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian, liberal arts college in Walla Walla, Washington. It is a member of the Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges. Whitman College is also part of the Annapolis Group and the Oberlin Group. As a whole, the college has an accreditation from the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges. Whitman College is among the nation’s leading academic institutions. In fact, it is 53rd in the 2017 Forbes Magazine’s List of America’s Best Colleges. Whitman College is also 41st in National Liberal Arts Colleges and 20th in Best Undergraduate Teaching of the US News and World Reports’ 2018 edition of Best Colleges rankings. Currently, the institution accommodates around 1,500 undergraduate students with a 51 percent enrollment acceptance rate. In sports, Whitman College fields athletics sports teams in the Northwest Conference of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III. They are the Blues.
Whitman College Women’s Lacrosse Spring Clinic Organizers
Leading the Whitman College Blues women’s lacrosse team is new Head Coach Kirkland Lewis. She is the former University of District of Columbia’s women’s lacrosse assistant coach, defensive coordinator, and recruiting coordinator. She is also a former program assistant and goalkeeper coach at Randolph-Macon College. Additionally, Coach Kirkland Lewis is a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice graduate from the Old Dominion University. Currently is finishing her master’s degree in sports administration program at the Delaware State University.