GW Lacrosse to Host Clinic on Nov. 4 to Benefit Friends of Jaclyn

The George Washington lacrosse team will host a free clinic on Nov. 4 to benefit the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation.

Oct. 23, 2012

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WASHINGTON – The George Washington lacrosse team will host a free clinic at the university’s Mount Vernon Campus on Sunday, Nov. 4 for players in grades 3-8 to benefit the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation. The clinic is open to all of those who are interested, limited only by age, grade level and number of participants.

The Friends of Jaclyn Clinic is designed to develop and fine tune fundamental skills and help players elevate their game to the next level. Participants will receive skill instruction and be taken through game concepts and drills and will work closely with the GW lacrosse players and coaching staff.

In lieu of a clinic fee, participants are asked to make a donation to the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, a nonprofit organization started in 2005 that matches children with pediatric brain tumors and their families with local college and high school sports teams to help improve the child’s quality of life. The Colonials have sponsored a Friends of Jaclyn child for the past several years, and all proceeds generated from the clinic will be donated to the foundation.

On-site registration for the Friends of Jaclyn Clinic will run from 11:15-11:55 a.m., followed by the day’s session from 12-3 p.m. Participants are asked to bring their own sticks, goggles, mouth guards, water bottles and shoes fit for synthetic Field Turf. Goalies are also asked to bring their own equipment.

Those interested in participating in the clinic are encouraged to register online by clicking here or reserve a spot by emailing Spots are limited for the first 120 participants. For more information about the clinic, please contact or call 202-994-5891.



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