DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire women’s lacrosse program, currently ranked No. 14 in the nation, has announced that it will be holding two summer camps in 2008. There will be an Elite Overnight Camp from June 29-July 2 and a Rising Star Day Camp from August 4-7. Registration is available online by clicking on the camp name.

The UNH Lacrosse Camp offers a fun, yet competitive, environment. It is located in an ideal setting with beautiful modern facilities for campers to develop and hone skills while being challenged. Individual player development is the focus of the technical stations while other sessions stress the concepts of team offense and defense simulated in small-sided games, and there is also full-field competition.

The UNH Elite Camp (June 29-July 2) has a fee of $450 for overnight campers that includes four days of lacrosse instruction, camp reversible, a full evening program, three meals daily and on-campus lodging in one of the UNH dormitories. There is an option of $350 for commuters. The camp is geared for girls aged 12-18.

The UNH Rising Stars Day Camp (August 4-7) runs daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and has a fee of $240 that covers four days instruction, camp reversible and lunch daily in a UNH dining hall. The camp is geared for girls aged 6-13.

The camp staff includes UNH head coach Sandy Bridgeman, a three-time America East conference Coach of the Year, UNH assistant coach Michael Daly, a three-time IWSLCA Division II National Coach of the Year and UNH assistant coach Jess Burnap, a 2004 All-America honoree. The staff also includes UNH alums Nicole Moore (’02) and Katie Leland (’06) – UNH’s all-time leader in goals and points – as well as Liz Grote, who is in her sixth year as Bowdoin College head coach.
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