ANNAPOLIS, Md. - Head coach Cindy Timchaland the Navy women's lacrosse program will hold a variety of summer camps and clinics for 2014. To sign up for a summer camp, download the PDF at the top of the page and follow the instructions in the document.
Navy Women's Lacrosse Camps are designed to teach and develop the fundamental skills of the game, as well as team concepts in a fun, educational and confidence building environment. It is a chance to learn sportsmanship, leadership and teamwork. It is also a great opportunity to meet other young lacrosse players and experience different coaching techniques from some of the best coaches in the nation.
The Navy Youth Day Camp is for girls ages 5 to 12 and will be held in two sessions. The first session is June 16-17 and the second is June 18-19.
This camp is specifically designed to teach and develop the fundamental skills of the game: throwing, catching, shooting, ground balls, offensive and defensive skills, feeding and confidence level improvement, in a fun and educational atmosphere. Goalie instruction will be offered.
The Navy Elite Gold Clinic is for rising high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors and will be held June 18-19.
This is a high intensity, action packed two-day clinic for the Elite player who aspires to compete at the collegiate level. Sessions will include drills with an emphasis on mastery of individual skill as well as creativity in stickwork and shooting. Players will focus on perfecting offensive strategies and high-pressure defensive schemes. The Navy Lacrosse Goalie School will be run by US National Team Player, Meg Huether. The Elite Gold Clinic will include full field scrimmages, an evening program on Wedesday night and prizes! This clinic allows you the opportunity to learn from some of the best coaches in the country
The Navy Open Blue Camp will be held from June 25-27 and is for rising sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth-graders.
This overnight camp is designed for players of all ability levels. There is a strong emphasis on mastering skills as well as moving on to more advanced parts of the game. Sessions will focus on individual skills, team concepts and full field play. Campers will be divided by age and skill level in order to provide the appropriate learning environment. Goalie instruction will be offered.