Alma College will be hosting an advanced lacrosse skills day camp in October for high schoolers interested in honing their skill sets.
October 16, 2016
Join us for a full day of college lacrosse drills, skills and games for advanced players looking to play at the next level. This camp is for high schoolers from the classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019. This is not intended to be a beginner-style camp. Players will need their own equipment.
$100 per camper — camp fee includes instruction, a boxed lunch from Helman’s Deli and an Adidas long sleeve t-shirt.
All campers must be registered by September 30, 2016. Full refunds will be provided to any camper that cancels before September 15. A 75% refund will be applied to any cancellations September 16-30. A 50% refund will be issued for any cancellations received from October 1-15. There will be no refunds on no-shows or weather-related cancellations.
Location: Bahlke Field
Coach Michael Kinney took over the Alma College Men’s Lacrosse Program in fall of 2014. In his 2 years at Alma, the program has gone 24-11 overall and 10-3 in the MIAA. In 2015, Kinney led the Scots to a program-record 11 regular-season wins, a third-place regular season finish in the MIAA and the team’s first ever appearance in the MIAA Conference Tournament. In 2016, the Scots improved to a program-best 13 wins, a second place finish in the MIAA and an MIAA Conference Tournament Championship Game appearance. Kinney has established Alma College Men’s Lacrosse as one of the top teams in the conference through identifying, recruiting and developing exceptional talent that excels in the academic environment and on the field.
A 2012 graduate of Virginia Wesleyan, Coach Nycz was a 2012 USILA All-American and the MVP of the USILA North/South All-Star Game. Coach Nycz has done an excellent job in his role as an assistant coach at Alma College and works as the Offensive Coordinator to the high powered Scots offense that scored a program record 202 goals and 110 assists in 2016.