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Stanford Lacrosse is excited to host a Prospect Day and Fall Harvest Clinic for 2019s and 2020s this coming October. Located between San Francisco and San Jose, in the heart of Silicon Valley, the Stanford Lacrosse Camp offers players from around the country a unique opportunity to experience firsthand the life of a Stanford student-athlete.
Great athletic facilities, excellent coaches, and the beautiful Stanford campus make this camp location a favorite for hundreds of girls each year.
The Fall Harvest Clinic is open to any and all entrants who will be high school graduates in 2019 and 2020. Per NCAA rules, Stanford Staff is unable to provide reimbursement for travel, food, drink, gear, etc. for any unofficial visit.
Camp Director Amy Bokker
Amy Bokker is Stanford’s Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach and Assistant Coach for the US Elite National Team.View Amy Bokker's Bio ⟩
Since Amy Bokker joined the Cardinal for the 2009 season, she has established Stanford as the West’s premier program, consistently ranked among the country’s Top 20.
Bokker ranks first all-time among Stanford coaches in winning percentage (.710) and is three shy of tying Michelle Uhlfelder (2001-07) for the most victories. Bokker is 81-34 in six seasons.
Bokker has led Stanford to four Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament titles in six seasons and reached the championship game in all six – extending Stanford’s streak of
conference title game appearances to 17.
She also has coached Stanford to four NCAA tournament appearances in five years, and in 2013 coached Stanford into the second round for the first time in school history.
Bokker has coached three All-Americans (five total honors), 14 players to 19 IWLCA All-Region selections, 26 to 43 All-MPSF selections, 19 to 21 All-MPSF Tournament selections, four MPSF Player of the Year recipients (five awards total), four MPSF Tournament MVPs and one MPSF
Newcomer of the Year.
In 2013, Bokker helped coach the U.S. national team to the 2013 FIL Women’s World Cup title. After joining the staff as an assistant coach in 2010, Bokker helped coach the U.S. to its seventh world title as the Americans outscored opponents by a combined 127-34 over seven games in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
Bokker assisted the Canadian national team in the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, where it captured the bronze medal, the first medal the country had won in 28 years.
Building a program was nothing new to Bokker. She was in a similar situation when she took over the George Mason program in 1998 in Fairfax, Va., which at that time did not have a strong lacrosse tradition.
Bokker made an immediate impact, guiding the Patriots to the first winning record in school history, with an 8-7 mark. During her tenure at George Mason, Bokker's squads maintained their status as one of the nation's consistently strong programs, with six top-20 national finishes, including a final national ranking of No. 16 in 2008 when the Patriots went 12-5, setting a school record for single-season victories.
During her 11 seasons at George Mason, Bokker compiled an 86-94 record and left as the winningest coach in the program's history. At George Mason, Bokker coached nine All-Americans, two Academic All-Americans, a Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year, two CAA Defensive Players of the Year and a CAA Rookie of the Year.
In all, Bokker coached 18 first-team all-conference players and her players totaled 48 all-conference honors.
Before her arrival at George Mason, Bokker served as the head coach at American for a season, leading the Eagles to a school-best 8-8 record, earning the 1997 CAA Coach of the Year. During her time at American, Bokker was also the assistant coach for field hockey.
The former Amy Umbach is a native of Phoenixville, Pa., where she was a three-sport high school star, in lacrosse, field hockey and swimming. She was a two-time All-CAA first-team choice at William and Mary, where she also played field hockey. She was also named a BRINE/IWLCA All-American her senior season.
She earned her master's degree from George Mason in exercise, fitness and health promotion in 2007.
Bokker is the sixth head coach in the 20-year history of varsity women's lacrosse at Stanford.
Assistant Coach Kristen Carr
The Stanford women’s lacrosse team is proud to announce the addition of Kristen Carr as assistant coach. A current member of the USA Women’s National Team, Carr brings four years ofView Kristen Carr's Bio ⟩
The Stanford women’s lacrosse team is proud to announce the addition of Kristen Carr as assistant coach. A current member of the USA Women’s National Team, Carr brings four years of Division I coaching experience to the Cardinal staff. She served as a volunteer assistant coach for a year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before completing three years as an assistant at the University of Delaware from 2011-2014.
Carr began her coaching career after a phenomenal career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she was a four-year standout as a defensive midfielder. She led the Tar Heels to a four-year record of 60-20 and four NCAA Tournament appearances, including a national runner-up finish in 2009, a berth in the semifinals in 2010 and trips to the quarterfinals in 2007 and 2008. Throughout her career she set a UNC career record with 174 draw controls while also setting single game (eight) and single season (64) marks for draw controls.
She earned first team All-American and first team All-ACC honors as a senior in 2010 when she was one of the nation’s top draw control specialists and led the nation’s third-ranked defense that allowed just 7.25 goals per game.
Assistant Coach Kara Mupo
Kara Mupo enters her first season with the Stanford women's lacrosse program in 2018-19 and will serve as the offensive coordinator.View Kara Mupo's Bio ⟩
A two-time national champion at Northwestern, Mupo spent two years as an assistant at William & Mary and most recently served as an assistant at Stony Brook where she helped the SeaWolves to a 20-win season and a No. 1 national ranking in 2018. Under Mupo, he Stony Brook offense led the country in points per game (29.28), scoring margin (+10.80), assists per game (11.23) and shot percentage (.547) last season.
A native of Rocky Point, N.Y., and a graduate of Rocky Point High School, Mupo spent her collegiate career as at Northwestern in which she helped the Wildcats capture a pair of NCAA national championships and guided the team to four consecutive Final Four appearances. Mupo served as a team captain at Northwestern during her senior season and finished her collegiate career with 186 points (136g, 50a).
A former member of the U.S. Women's National Team, Mupo plays professionally in the Women's Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) for the New England Command, who kicked off their inaugural season this summer. In 2016, she was a member of the Philadelphia Force and earned all-star status after she lead the league in goals.
Mupo now plays in the WPLL (Women's Professional Lacrosse League), for the New England Command, who kicked off their inaugural season this summer. She also was fortunate enough to win the first WPLL Championship with the New England Command and lead the league in goals
Mupo earned a bachelor of science degree in human development and psychological services from Northwestern in 2014, and received a master's degree in sports administration at Northwestern in 2015.
Volunteer Assistant Coach Caylee Waters
Two-time National Goalie of the Year Caylee Waters joined the Stanford women’s lacrosse coaching staff as a volunteer assistant in 2018.View Caylee Waters's Bio ⟩
In her first season at Stanford, she helped lead the Cardinal to the second-most wins in program history (15), the inaugural Pac-12 Tournament championship and an NCAA Tournament appearance. Under Waters, goalkeeper Allie DaCar was among the top 10 in the nation in goals against average, was named Pac-12 Tournament MVP and earned All-Pac-12 recognition.
Waters is a 2017 graduate of the University of North Carolina, where she helped the Tar Heels to the 2017 National Championship and back-to-back ACC titles in 2016-17. In August of 2017, she was the first overall pick in the inaugural Women’s Professional Lacrosse League draft.
Waters is a native of Darien, Conn., and was a member of the 2015-16 U.S. national team. A two-time academic All-ACC honoree, Waters graduated from UNC with a degree in Mass Media and Journalism, Advertising.
The Stanford Lacrosse Prospect Day for 2019s and 2020s offers players from around the country a unique opportunity to experience firsthand the life of a Stanford student-athlete. The day includes a Campus Tour, Athletic Tour, Players Panel/ Recruiting Process Discussion, Football Tailgate, and Stanford vs Colorado Football Game. Each athlete is allowed up to 3 complimentary tickets per family, free of charge, to the Stanford vs. Colorado football game.
Players are also encouraged to attend the Stanford Lacrosse Alumnae Game on Friday, October 21st, starting at 6:00pm at the Johnson Turf Field.
The Stanford Lacrosse Harvest Clinic takes place on Sunday, October 23rd, at the Johnson Turf Field from 9:00-11:00am, and is open to any and all entrants who will be high school graduates in 2019 and 2020. Joining Stanford's Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Amy Bokker are Assistant Coaches Chelsea Gamble and Kristen Carr.
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Friday, October 21, 2016
- 6:00 pm - Women’s Lacrosse Alumnae Scrimmage at Johnson Field Turf
- Parking in Graduate School of Business garage, in Pac-12/Varsity lot, or on El Camino Real
Saturday, October 22, 2016
- 8:15 am - Campus Tour - Meet coaches at Kissick Entrance of Arrillaga Family Sports Center
- 9:30 am | 9:50 am - Check in for Stanford All-Sport Prospective Student Athlete Tailgate at check in table inside Gate 15 at Stanford Football Stadium - - Bring ID/Clear bag policy only
- 10:00 am | 11:30 am - Players Panel/ Recruiting process discussion/Food at Tailgate ($10)
- 12:00 pm - Football Stanford vs Colorado
- 3:30 pm - Cook out at Jimmy V's ($15 per person)
- 4:30 pm - Information session and Q&A with Head Coach Amy Bokker & Staff
- 5:15 pm - Athletics Tour
Sunday, October 23, 2016
- 9:00-11:00 am - Harvest Clinic (at Johnson Turf)
- Check-in will take place at 8:30 am
Located 35 miles south of San Francisco and 20 miles north of San Jose, Stanford University is in the heart of Northern California’s dynamic "Silicon Valley,” home to Yahoo!, Google, Hewlett-Packard, and many other cutting-edge companies. To the west of the University’s 8,180-acre campus are the Santa Cruz Mountains and Pacific Ocean, and to the east San Francisco Bay. Known as The Peninsula, the area is rich in natural beauty, culture, and entertainment.
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The Stanford Prospect Day and Clinic was tons of fun and I learned a great deal from the amazing coaches. They aren't just Stanford coaches but members of team USA and other teams. The campus was amazing and I can't wait to get back on campus this summer for camp.
— Stanford Prospect Day and Clinic Camper '160
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