Nike Girls Lacrosse Camp in Park City Park City, Utah
The 2014 Nike Girls Lacrosse Camp returns to Park City and takes place at the Ecker Hill Recreation Fields. This is a complete skills program designed for all ability levels. All facets of the game are covered on both sides of the ball including stick skills, position play, fast breaks, team concepts and more. Camp runs 9:00am-3:00pm each day and campers need to bring their own equipment and lunch each day.
At the Nike Girls Lacrosse Camp in Park City, our goal is to stimulate a love for the game by immersing you in the sport and giving you the kind of focused, intensive training essential to improvement. Over the course of camp, your enthusiasm and self-confidence will grow along with your skills.
- Complete Skills Camp for Girls Ages 8-15
- Superior instruction
- 8:1 camper to instructor on field ratio
- Daily emphasis on fundamentals, position training, drills and scrimmages
- Team and sibling discounts available
- Special goalie instruction and discounts available
- Every camper receives a reversible Nike practice jersey
- Nike and STX Prizes for outstanding play, sportsmanship and improvement
A native of Baltimore, Md., Rich graduated from the Gilman School in 1989. After Gilman, he went on to become captain of the Brown University Bears lacrosse team in Providence, R.I. During his time there, the Bears won the Ivy League Championship in 1991, were also ranked #2 in the country (1991), and went to the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament in 1991 and 1992.Read Full Bio
After graduating from Brown, Rich lived in Park City, Utah for 13 years where he was very active in the Utah lacrosse community. From 2006 to 2008, he was the head coach of the University of Utah Men's Lacrosse Team, where he won the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference's Coach of the Year award in 2008. Following that from 2008-2012, Rich served as head coach of the Park City High School boys varsity, JV, middle school and 5th/6th grade teams.
Most recently, Rich served as an assistant coach for two teams in the Maryland / DC area. At Catholic University he worked with the men's team as a face-off and defensive assistant coach. On the woman's side of the game, Rich served as an assistant coach with the Holton Arms School in Bethesda, MD, where he worked with the high school varsity team to develop all around individual skills and offensive team concepts.
When he is not coaching lacrosse, Rich is either playing lacrosse, running, or enjoying time with his wife and twin daughters. He also manages Charm City Run, a running specialty store, in Clarksville, MD, helping people live a more active lifestyle.
Kassandra Lemons: (Lead Instructor)
Current coach for the USA Starz U25 team. Kass was a starting midfielder and team captain at NCAA Division 1 Saint Mary’s College. After battling injury she managed to come back after a red shirt season making a stand as a defense midfielder as well as combining 8 goals and 4 assists. She also managed to start in goal against MPSF foes San Diego State and Oregon having both team goalies injured, where she recorded a combined 21 saves, nearly leading SMC to a win over the Aztecs with no prior goal experience. Kass started playing lacrosse as a young girl in Ellicott City, Maryland. After moving to Pennsylvania for high school she was a three-sport athlete, lettering in lacrosse, field hockey and golf. In 2008 her family moved to Park City for her final 4 months of her senior year where she scored 53 goals and had 28 assists as a senior totaling 81 points in 2008. Kass received All-American; first team All State and Utah Attacker of the Year honors in 2008. She was also named from a pool of 160 senior girls to the Top 20 IWLCA Senior Division National Tournament All-Star team in 2008. Prior to moving to Utah in February of her senior year, she was a 3x First Team Mid-Penn selection, Attacker of the Year for PIAA and an All-American nominee. She lead the Mid-Penn conference both with assists and goals her sophomore and junior year, as well as breaking the Mid-Penn record in draw controls in a season with 108 in 14 games. Now a graduate student in Kinesiology and Sports Management.
Maggie was the starting midfielder and captain at WCLA Division 1 Westminster College. Named as WCLA Division 1 2nd Team All-American as a sophomore and junior. Was named as Westminster Offensive MVP as a sophomore. During her freshman year, Maggie recorded 79 goals and 94 points. She is the second highest scorer and point holder in school history and is striving to break the record by the end of the 2013 season. While playing locally at Brighton High School, HerrNeckar was named a 2x US Lacrosse All American, 3x All State, 2x All Star, 2x MVP, 3x captain, 2009 state champion and was selected to play in the National Senior Showcase as a senior. While competing at the Women's Division National Tournament in Baltimore as a member of the Utah/Idaho National team in 2010, Maggie was seen and invited to try out for Team USA's Women's U19 team - the highlight of her career thus far. She played with Utah Mamaci for four years during HS and continues to play on the College Elite team during the summers. As one of the cofounders of the Brighton Girls Youth Program, Maggie has been coaching for six years. She has coached additionally at Tribal West Camps, Utah Mamaci, and Westminster Girls Lacrosse Camps.
Abbie grew up in Mendham, New Jersey and graduated from West Morris Mendham High School in 2006. She was 1st All- American, 1st team All-State, 1st team All-Area, 1st team All-Conference, and Morris County's Most Valuable Player. Her team was ranked 21st in the nation by US Lacrosse Magazine her junior and senior year.
Abbie continued her lacrosse career and played Division 1 at Saint Mary'c College of California. She graduated with honors in 2010 with a degree in Kinesiology: Health and Human Performance. She was a four year starter at celery-midfield, captain of the team both junior and senior year, set the school record for career assists during her junior year and is a co-leader for career cause turnovers. She was selected All-MPSF 2nd team, MPSF All-Tournament team, and MPSF All-Academic team- her sophomore, junior and senior years. She was voted Rookie of the Year her freshman year and the team's Most Valuable Player her sophomore, junior and senior years.
Abbie moved to Park City in June 2011 for the mountain lifestyle and works for Athletic Republic as a speed and agility trainer.
♦ Protective goggles
♦ Lacrosse Stick(s)
♦ Bag Lunch
♦ Water Bottle
♦ Each Camper receives a reversible jersey
Sample Daily Schedule
- 8:45 am Campers arrive
- 9:00 am Stretching and Conditioning
- 9:30 am Line Drills and Stations
- 10:30 am Position Work
- Noon Lunch and rest
- 1:00 pm 1v1, 2v2, and fastbreaks
- 2:00 pm Drill stations, scrimmaging and games
- 3:00 pm Campers depart