ASU WOMEN'S LACROSSE
2019 JANUARY PROSPECT CLINIC
JANUARY 26, 2019
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
SUN DEVIL SOCCER/LACROSSE STADIUM
655 S ATHLETES PLACE, TEMPE, AZ 85281
COST | $100
***The clinic is open to any and all players in grades 7-12 and is only limited by grade. Enrollment will be capped at 100 players.***
Courtney Connor, Arizona State University's Women's Lacrosse Head Coach, will lead participants through quick moving drills for all levels of players (beginner through advanced). The clinic will focus stickwork, small unit play, checking/protection, O and D concepts, and game play from small spaces to full field settings.
Clinic check-in will occur at the entrance of the Sun Devil Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium at 12:30pm. Any forms that are due can be turned in at this time. Please bring a snack with you for our fueling break and remember - HYDRATE!
The clinic will take place at ASU's Sun Devil Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium, one of the finest lacrosse venues in the country.
A trainer will be available throughout the entire clinic to oversee minor injuries and sickness.
DIRECTOR - Courtney Connor, ASU Women's Lacrosse Head Coach
Courtney Connor brings phenomenal experience both as a player and teacher of the game to the Valley. As a player, Courtney won 5 NCAA Championships at the University of Maryland and was awarded Defender of the Year and NCAA Championship game MVP in 2001. A former US National Team program member, Courtney learned from some of the brightest and most innovative minds in the game. Immediately upon graduation, Courtney was hired as the Head Women's Lacrosse Coach for Mt St Mary's University, a Division 1 program in Maryland where she won NEC Conference Coach of the year in 2004. Courtney then took over at UMBC where she was named America East Conference Coach of the year in 2006 after guiding the Retrievers to their first ever regular season conference title. Her passion to teach the game has also trickled down to the youth as well where she has instructed youth clinics, camps, clubs and recreation program for over 18 years.