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Girls Lacrosse

Boys & Girls Lacrosse Day Camp

July  7, 2014  - July  11, 2014  8:00 AM  - 5:30 PMMyers Park Traditional Field on Wellesley Avenue (Behind the Levine Center for Wellness & Recreation)

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Contact Information

Coach Jim Fritz
Phone:
704-688-2811
Email:
fritzj@queens.edu

Event Details

The Queens Boys & Girls Summer Lacrosse Camp will be lead by Coach Jim Fritz and the Winning Edge Lacrosse camp. Coach Fritz is a four-time conference coach of the year and started the program at Queens in 2004. In his coaching career he has developed more than 71 all-conference selections, 28 all-Americans, 3 world team members and 4 NCAA record holders. He is still the record holder for most wins in the Deep South Conference as well as at all 3 colleges he worked at previously. Coach Fritz will bring all of his experience to provide your camper with the best experience possible while learning and improving on their lacrosse game.

Please fill out and turn in the following form:

QUEENS ATHLETIC SUMMER CAMPS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY, ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT

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