GW Lacrosse to Hold Elite Clinic on Sunday, Sept. 8
Clinic Open to Players in Grades 9-12
Aug. 8, 2013
WASHINGTON - The George Washington women's lacrosse program will host an Elite Clinic at the university's Mount Vernon Campus on Sunday, Sept. 8 for players in grades 9-12.
The Elite Clinic will help players in grades 9-12 take their game to the next level. Participants will be taken through college-level skill instruction, game concepts and drills while working closely with the GW coaching staff and student-athletes.
The day's session will run from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and the fee of $90 includes lunch. Participants are encouraged to bring their own sticks, goggles, mouth guards, water bottles and shoes suitable for synthetic turf. Goalies must also bring their own equipment.
On-site registration for the clinic runs from 9:15 - 9:55 a.m. Participants can also register online by clicking here.
For more information on or questions about the Elite Clinic, please contact the Colonials' coaching staff at email@example.com, Head Coach Tara Hannaford at 202-994-1794 or assistant coaches Bria Eulitt and Kristy Black at 202-994-5891.
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