Girls Spring Break Clinic - Dates and Times TBD
Wakeman Boys & Girls Club
Southport, CT 06890
Spring Break Clinic
April 15 - April 18, 2019·Clinic · $195.00 · 9:00 am - 11:00 pm
The GameBreaker Spring Clinic is designed to provide lacrosse instruction for girls that are ages 6 to 14. Training will be held at Wakemans Boys and Girls Club in Fairifeld, CT. These sessions will be focused on individual skill development, positional training, shooting, dodging, defense, goalie, team defense/offense strategies, and settled and unsettled game play. Our coaching staff is invested in the individual training and growth of each player. We will develop every player in a challenging and exciting atmosphere where leadership and teamwork will be a focal point. It is our hope that each player can carry their love of the sport with them and always strive to reach their highest potential, both on and off the field.
About Our Coaches
Kaitlynn was hired as the head coach of Stratford girls youth lacrosse 7th/8th grade team for the 2018 season. Prior to joining the Stratford youth lacrosse staff, Kaitlynn played at Stratford High School while making the 2010 Connecticut Super Juniors team. After graduating Stevens went on to play at C.W. Post Long Island University for one year becoming part of the 2012 Division II National Championship team. After transferring to Western New England University and playing for coach Aimee Klepacki, Kaitlynn was named 2015 Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) Offensive Player of the Year after WNEC had won the CCC championship. Kaitlynn aspires to continue building the game of lacrosse in her hometown of Stratford and throughout the region to help young athletes succeed in their lacrosse future.
Sarah was hired as the head coach to her alma mater for the girl’s varsity and JV lacrosse teams at Stratford High School in 2015. Prior to coaching, Sarah was recruited to play lacrosse and soccer at Western New England University. She was a two-year captain at WNEC and was twice named All Conference as well as Academic All-Conference in 2013 and 2014.
After graduating from WNEC Sarah continued playing lacrosse, but this time overseas. She played in Scotland and England for USA Athletes International (USAAI). Sarah continues to spread her knowledge and grow the game of lacrosse by teaching camps locally and throughout New England.
Where: Wakeman Boys and Girls Club
When: April 15, 16, 17 & 18 - 9am to 12pm
Who: Ages 6 to 14
We ask that all participants be dressed in proper attire, and ready to play. Please bring a water bottle for personal use. Pick-up will occur at 12:00 following the conclusion of the session.