Feb. 3, 2006
College Park, Md. -
Located on the campus of the University of Maryland, College Park, MD
Saturday, June 24th 11:00 a.m. to Tuesday, June 27th 3:00 p.m.
CALL FOR INFO: (301) 314-7114 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DAVE COTTLE- DIRECTOR
Head Lacrosse Coach at the University of Maryland, led the Terps to back to back ACC Championships in 2004 and 2005 ...Former Head Lacrosse Coach at Loyola College for 19 seasons leading them to 13 consecutive NCAA tournament appearances.Third winningest active coach in lacrosse... 2004 ACC Coach of the Year, 1988 USILA Coach of the Year.. Also Assistant Coach for Team USA which won the 1994 World Championship.
DAVE SLAFKOSKY-ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Assistant Coach at the University of Maryland. Has twenty-three years of coaching experience on the Division I level (at Army and Maryland).Defensive Coorinator for eight Final Fours at the University of Maryland...Coordinates on-field sessions and activities.
Assistant coach at the University of Maryland. Former Head Coach at Marist College. In 2004, Copelan let Marist to the MAAC regular season
championship, finishing with a 10-7 overall mark and a perfect 8-0
conference record and was named MAAC Coach of the Year. In 2005, Marist made history as it won the MAAC Tournament Championship and made the first NCAA Tournament appearance in school history. Copelan was a 4 year starter at Bucknell University, helped lead the Bison to 4 consecutive Patriot League titles and the programs first-ever NCAA berth in 2001.
We will provide transportation between BWI (Baltimore-Washington International) airport and the New Carrollton metro train station before and after camp at a cost of $25 per camper. On the first day of camp, transportations will leave BWI/New Carrollton at 11 a.m. On the last day of camp, transportation will leave at 4:00pm. Please take note of these times as you are making travel arrangements and provide us with the flight information at least two weeks prior to the start of camp.
Dave Cottle's Lacrosse Camp is a teaching camp designed to make you a better player. We will not only work on your current skills but will introduce you to the same techniques we teach our own players here at Maryland. Campers are organized with respect to age and ability so that they are able to learn to play with and against players with similar talents.
All camp activities will be conducted on the campus of the University of Maryland where campers will be housed in double rooms/2 campers per room. Roommate requests will be honored whenever possible.
RULES AND REGULATIONS
1.Each camper must bring his own stick, helmet, gloves, pads, shoes, and mouthguard. In addition, one set of single sheets, a pillow, pillow case, towels, and soap should be included in the list of items a camper should bring to the University of Maryland.
2.All campers must remain on campus at all times. The entire staff is housed with the campers throughout the week which creates opportunities for the youngsters to interact with the coaches both on and off the playing field.
3.All campers who enroll will be required to attend all sessions and comply with all the rules and regulations governing the conduct of the camp participants. Any violation or abuse of these rules and regulations will result in immediate dismissal from camp without a refund.
Upon receipt of your deposit we will mail you a complete set of directions, check in times, check out times and all other pertinent information.
7:30 AM Wake up
8:00 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM Morning Session
11:30 AM Lunch
1:00 PM Afternoon Session
3:00 PM Free Time
5:00 PM Dinner
6:00 PM Evening Session
All meals will be served in the comfort of an air conditioned dining hall. Campers enjoy a menu specifically designed for them with no limits on what they eat or drink (included in the camp fees).
Five full time trainers work closely with the campers from the moment they step on campus. The University Health Center remains open 24 hours daily and is available when needed.
The camp staff is housed with the campers throughout the week and the coaches are available for additional help and instruction at all times. Past and present Maryland standouts are added to the staff each week creating an 8-1 camper to staff ratio.
For additional information, please call:
301-314-7114 or email email@example.com