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Covie Stanwick Girls Lacrosse Clinic Coming to Buffalo


WNY Lacrosse Teams and Families to Learn from the Former All American and Team USA Gold Medalist in June.

Buffalo, NY, April 05, 2018 --(PR.com)-- The Western New York Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse is excited to announce the arrival of the Covie Stanwick Girls’ Lacrosse Clinic on Sunday, June 3rd, in Buffalo, New York. The three-hour lacrosse clinic, available to girls ages 8 to 18 will be Covie’s only stop in Western New York this year, and starts at 11:00am inside the Lacrosse Stadium on the campus of Williamsville East High School. The Covie Stanwick Girls’ Lacrosse Clinic is a sanctioned event brought to you by the Defensive Academy.

Covie Stanwick attended Baltimore’s prestigious Notre Dame Prep, and graduated in 2011 as the all-time leading scorer in points. She was a three-time High School All-American, as well as an Under Armour All-American. In 2011, Covie was a member of the Gold Medal winning U-19 Women’s U.S. Lacrosse team. Covie graduated from Boston College as the programs all-time leading scorer with 309 points, where she was a three-time All-American and was named ACC Rookie of the Year in her freshman year.

“I’m thrilled for the opportunity to teach and train so many young ladies in lacrosse-rich Western New York,” said former Boston College All-American, Covie Stanwick. “Young players in this region of the country are incredibly committed and love having fun playing the sport. I know everyone in attendance will have a blast, create memories, and hopefully learn the same skills taught to me when I was their age.”

This D-Day event will feature two age-parsed sessions to hone defensive fundamentals, lacrosse intelligence, favorite drills and techniques, and a number of best practices - all delivered by world-class talent.

“There is tremendous demand for high-quality lacrosse camps serving our female athletes in this region,” said Ed Greenway, President of the Western New York Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse. “Covie’s standout career in high school and college is tremendous, and widely known. But her ability to connect with so many young players is what makes her an invaluable advocate and asset for the sport. We’re honored to have Covie join us and share her lacrosse knowledge with our athletes.”

The Covie Stanwick Girl’s Lacrosse Clinic in Buffalo is a sanctioned Defensive Academy Event and is in partnership with U.S. Lacrosse. All participants of the event must have an active U.S. Lacrosse membership to participate. For those who do not have an active membership, players are encouraged to sign-up and join on the U.S. Lacrosse website at USLacrosse.org.

About Defensive Academy
Defensive Academy provides best-in-class lacrosse training for defensive players. Founded by top professionals Tucker Durkin and Kyle Hartzell, our method is curated to hone and improve the defensive skill-set. Our “D-Day” training series feature 2-hour clinics focused on developing players from the ground up. Whether your goal is to get recruited to play Division-1 college lacrosse or just to improve on fundamentals, we’ve got your covered. In the murky waters of lacrosse instruction, our value proposition is simple: World-class instruction from world-class players.

To learn more about the Defensive Academy, please visit DefensiveAcademy.com.

About U.S. Lacrosse
As the sport’s national governing body, U.S. Lacrosse provides national leadership, structure and resources to fuel the sport’s growth and enrich the experience of participants.

The U.S. Lacrosse chapter network plays a critical role in helping to grow the sport and improve the experience for all participants. U.S. Lacrosse has 68 regional chapters - including pioneer member Western New York - run by dedicated volunteers that help deliver U.S. Lacrosse programs, collaborate with local lacrosse organizations, introduce new players to the sport and help honor local leaders in their community.
Contact Information
Western New York Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse
Todd M Schoenberger
302-296-7724
Contact
www.WesternNewYorkLacrosse.com

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