Quaker Lacrosse Camps and Clinics
Quaker Lacrosse Camps and Clinics are designed to enhance your individual fundamentals and overall skill set, presented with a hands-on approach from the entire University of Pennsylvania Lacrosse coaching staff. Instruction provided by Penn Players and Coaches is structured to take your game to the next level.
2020 Quaker June Prospect Clinic
June 21 @ 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm$140
This lacrosse clinic is designed to provide the opportunity to learn from and showcase your skills in front of the UPenn Coaching staff. Additional staff will be hired from local Division 1 and Division 3 lacrosse programs.
The 2020 Quaker June Prospect Clinic is open to any 9th-grade through 12th-grade male athletes (graduating class of 2020–2023).
Sessions will be held at Franklin Field (all field turf). Lacrosse clinic activities will include:
- Individual skill progressions—shooting, dodging, 1v1 defending, goalie play
- Unsettled skills and drills
- Competitive round robin games
SCHEDULE & REGISTRATION
Sunday, June 21
12:00 – 12:45 PM
(at Franklin Field)
Sunday, June 21 4:30 PM
Registration will open January 19th 2020
Price: $140.00 (+ SDI Fee)
There are only 100 spots available for this day clinic!
On/Before Monday, June 1st: A refund will be available. (SDI fee is non refundable).
Between Tuesday June 2nd to Monday June 15th Any cancellations occurring must include a doctor’s note of injury/illness in order for a refund (less $50 non-refundable deposit) of camp fee. All other cancellations will not receive a refund/credit.
Between Tuesday June 16th and Camp Start; No refunds/credits will be issued.
Quaker Lacrosse Camps/Invictus Lacrosse LLC offers youth camps and clinics throughout the year. All camps and clinics are open to any and all interested campers, limited only by number, grade level and graduation year, gender, and/or position.
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