DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire women's lacrosse program has announced a pair of summer clinics with the 2010 Girls Climbing Cat Lacrosse Day Camp and 2010 Girls Top Cat Elite Lacrosse Overnight Camp. Both camps run from June 27-30.

The "Climbing Cat" camp, which costs $200 and is open for girls aged 5-10, will be held daily from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The "Top Cat" camp, which is open to girls aged 10-18, has both overnight and commuter payment options. The overnight fee of $475 includes four days instruction, reversible jersey, full evening program, three meals daily, on-campus lodging and awards. The commuter fee of $375 includes four days instruction, reversible jersey and awards.

The "Top Cat" tentative schedule includes afternoon and evening sessions on June 27th, morning, afternoon and evening sessions on the 28th and 29th and a camp tournament the morning of the 30th.

Both camps offer a fun, yet competitive, environment under the leadership of UNH head coach Michael Daly, UNH assistant coaches Jessica Burnap and Katie Leland and Southern Maine assistant coach Ashley Durepo.

Registration for either camp is available online or by downloading the PDF form and returning it via mail. Payment is due upon registration for the "Climbing Cat" camp, while a $200 non-refundable deposit is due upon registration for the "Top Cat" camp and the balance is due June 11.

The camps are held at UNH's turf facilities – Memorial Field (Astro Turf), Bremner Field (Astro Play) and Cowell Stadium (Field Turf).

Mouthguards are required for all players. Protective eyewear must be supplied by the athlete.
Goalkeepers must provide their own equipment.

For questions or more information, please call 603-862-4731.


"Climbing Cat" camp (aged 5-10)

"Top Cat" Elite camp (aged 10-18)

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