Greenwich Girls Lacrosse Camp
Greenwich High School
Greenwich Girls Lacrosse Camp
July 23 - July 26, 2018·Half Day · $325.00 · 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Join us in Greenwich for a great week of summer camp and fun. We are excited to announce that we are going to be back in Greenwich this summer. This half-day camp option from 8:30-12 daily for ages 6-14. Campers will learn individual stick skills, positional play, team concepts, and will scrimmage daily. Join us for an unforgettable week of lacrosse training and fun!
About Our Coaches
Kaitlin Gaghan is the current head coach at Greenwich High School. Kaitlin Gaghan was previously the Pace University women's lacrosse team as an assistant coach for the 2017 season.
No stranger to Division II Women’s Lacrosse, Gaghan comes to Pace University after an illustrious playing career at national powerhouse LIU-Post, where she was a three-year starting defender. While playing at LIU, Gaghan was a member of two ECC Championship teams, and competed in the 2014 and 2016 NCAA Tournaments. During an outstanding career, Gaghan ECC Scholar Athlete, and IWLCA Academic Honor Roll recognition.
Gaghan’s coaching career began as an undergraduate, as she has spent the last four years coaching with the renowned Long Island Yellow Jackets Lacrosse Club, as well as serving as Director of the Lady Dalers Lacrosse Camp in Farmingdale, New York. She also spent one season playing Division I Lacrosse at Quinnipiac University
Kaitlin played collegiately at LIU Post.
2016: Started all 21 games for the Pioneers … caused a turnover in a season-opening 21-0 rout of Nyack (Mar. 1) … won two draw controls and forced two turnovers in an 18-4 win at Roberts Wesleyan (Mar. 19) … earned two ground balls apiece against Molloy (Mar. 23), Holy Family (Mar. 26) and No. 1 Adelphi (Apr. 2) … scored a goal and caused a turnover in a 19-0 drubbing of UDC (Apr. 9) … amassed three ground balls in an 11-4 win versus No. 20 Stonehill (Apr. 26) … forced two turnovers in a 16-2 triumph against Mercy (Apr. 30).
2015: Started 14 games and competed in 16 contests ... registered 13 goals and four assists for a 17-point output ... also totaled 11 ground balls, caused 13 turnovers and won 12 draws ... scored two goals in five separate contests over the season ... tallied a three-point effort (2 G, 1 A) in 16-6 win against Findlay on Mar. 29 ... scored twice, picked up three ground balls and caused three turnovers in 20-2 demolition of UDC on Apr. 10 ... won three draws in ECC semifinal versus Molloy (Apr. 30).
2014: Appeared in 13 games … tallied seven points (5 G, 2 A) on the campaign … collected one ground ball, one draw control and a caused turnover in an 18-4 rout of Southern New Hampshire (Mar. 8) …won two draws in a 19-6 win at Saint Leo (Mar. 13) … netted a season-high two goals in a 22-2 triumph at Holy Family (Mar. 15) … recorded a three-point showing (1 G, 2 A) in a 16-2 victory at Queens (Mar. 22) …scored a goal in a 16-4 ECC Tournament semifinal win against Molloy (May 1).
Prior to LIU Post: Transfer from Quinnipiac University ... four-year varsity lacrosse player and two-time New York State Champion at Farmingdale High School ... earned All-County distinction in 2012 ... recipient of the Wendy's Heisman Award in her senior season.
Check in/out: Day Campers check in daily at 8:30 am. Check out daily at 12 pm.
Age & Ability: Day camp is open to ages 6-17 of all ability levels.
Day Camper Schedule:
8:30 Campers arrive; Stretching and warm-up
9:15 First Session - Individual skill work
10:15 Lax Talk and All-Star Demos
10:45 Positional Training
12:00 Campers Depart
The coaches always had fun drills and competitions for us each day. They were super fun and it was awesome to learn from such an accomplished player.
My daughter loved every second of lacrosse camp, and it was a great activity for her to do over the summer. Looks like we have a new LAX player in the house!
My daughters shot speed has drastically improved and all it took was a small adjustment in her windup. Now she loves the sport even more and I can\'t wait to see her play!