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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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Coach Jim Fritz

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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.

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