Happy New Year from Pioneers Lacrosse! Like us, I know many of you are anxiously awaiting the start of another season. Here at DU we could not be more excited about the opportunity to follow up on our breakout year in 2011. Last year, the University of Denver Men’s Lacrosse program experienced unprecedented success and we could not have done it without all of your support!
The DU Summer Team Camp mirrored the growth and success of the Pioneer lacrosse program in every way.It was an absolute hit and we have taken every measure possible to maintain and improve the quality of the camp. With many clubs and tournaments sprouting up across the country, its becoming increasingly difficult to ensure the highest level, however, we have identified your program as a great one and we would love to have you participate in this summer’s camp!
WHY SHOULD WE COME TO THE OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY OF DENVER SUMMER TEAM TOURNAMENT?
We have commitments from many of the greatest club programs throughout North America, which should make for an incredibly competitive and compelling tournament. Arrangements have been made for coaches from many of the game's finest colleges to be in attendance recruiting for their respective programs. In addition, we will have a professional film service on site as well as media coverage of the event.
HOW DID IT GO LAST YEAR?
Here are some of the details relating to the tournament. Given the experience and feedback of last summer’s camp, DU Summer Team Camp is, to say the least, an excellent opportunity for your players to show well in front of great college coaches at an incredible venue.
Listed below are the schools that sent recruiters to our Team Camp last year as well as several articles about the camp written by club coaches in attendance:
Schools: Denver, Villanova, Drexel, Hofstra, Duke, Canisius, Michigan, Air Force, Ohio State,
St. Johns, Towson, UMass, Marist, Hartford, Mercer, Saint Joseph's, Bellarmine,
Washington & Lee, Kings Point, Hendrix, Kenyon, Salisbury, Wooster, Denison, Ferrum, Southwestern, Washington College, Whittier, Elmhurst, Beloit, Alma, Augustana, Eastern, Greensboro, Ohio Wesleyan, Rhodes, Sewanee, Huntingdon, Marymount
NDNU, St. Leo, Colorado Mesa, Adams State, Shorter, Rollins
WHAT ARE THE DETAILS FOR THIS YEAR?
Date: June 21st-24th, 2012
Games: Clinic on Thursday night. Three games on Friday, two games on Saturday, All-Star game on Saturday night, two games on Sunday.
Location: Dick’s Sporting Good Park
Elite- top level high school / club teams?
Select – next level high school / club teams
?Stars – freshmen/sophomore teams
Format: 6 game guarantee | Round Robin format on Friday and Saturday | Playoff and Championship play on Sunday
Registration : $250 per player for Elite and Select divisions | $200 for Stars division | $150 for Under 15 & 13 divisions.
Hotel Information: Bridget Simons?Director of Sales & Marketing?Embassy Suites Denver-Aurora?4444 North Havana Street?Denver, CO 80239?720-587-5085 Direct Line ?firstname.lastname@example.org
Video Services : Film and highlight clips available from Elevation Video Services. We have linked to their work from last year’s camp above.
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