Philadelphia, PA Area Girls Lacrosse Summer Camp

Moorestown Friends School

Moorestown, NJ 08057


Join GameBreaker this summer for this Moorestown girls lacrosse camp. Campers will enjoy a great week of lacrosse and meet new friends while improving their individual skills.

About Our Coaches

Lindsay Delaney

Lindsay Delaney marks her 17th season as the Rowan University women’s lacrosse head coach in 2024 and is the second-longest tenured coach in the program’s history. She owns a career record of 162-98 and has guided the Profs to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament six times. Delaney’s Profs have also qualified for the New Jersey Athletic Conference Tournament all nine years that it has been held and have reached the championship game six times.

The 2003 Rowan alum has seen her teams earn recognition on the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Academic Honor Squad 11 times, including the last eight consecutive seasons. Delaney has also coached 10 All-America and 62 All-Region Team honorees, as well as nine selections to the IWLCA Division III North-South All-Star Game.

With a 14-5 overall record, the 2023 Profs tied the mark for the most victories under Delaney. Rowan went 4-1 in conference play to earn the second seed in the NJAC Tournament and earned its third consecutive berth in the title game. It was also the sixth time in the nine years of the conference tournament that Rowan appeared in the NJAC Finals.

The second-seeded Profs earned their third consecutive berth in the championship game with a 15-6 win over Stockton earlier this week. It will mark the sixth time in the nine years of the conference championship that the Profs are appearing in the NJAC Final, with Rowan seeking its first-ever title. In addition to four All-Region selections, Molly Green became just the second Prof to be named the NJAC’s Midfielder of the Year.

Rowan's 2022 squad put together a six-game winning streak at the end of the year, to earn the second seed in the NJAC Tournament. The Profs, at 10-8 overall, went 5-1 in league play during the regular season and defeated Stockton to reach the championship game. Freshman Molly Green became the first player in school history to win the NJAC's Rookie of the Year award and was an All-Region First Team selection.

The Profs returned to action in 2021 after having only played five games in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. In 2019, the Profs went 11-7 overall and reached the NJAC final for the second year in a row, while finishing the year ranked eighth in the East Region. Among the highlights of the season was midfielder Taylor Gretz becoming the third player in the program’s history, and the first under Delaney, to be named to the IWLCA All-America First Team.

The 2018 team set a school record for victories with a 14-4 record and made a return to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament with its first berth since 2013, while serving as the host for the first and second rounds. The Profs also reached the NJAC title game and established a new school record with 277 goals on the year.

Rowan’s 2016 and 2017 squads each qualified for the NJAC Championship Tournament while posting identical 11-6 records. The previous two seasons saw the Profs reach the NJAC final in the first two years of the conference tournament, with the 2015 team going 10-7 and the 2014 squad compiling a 13-5 record. With an11-6 record, Rowan’s 2013 team earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championship, marking its fifth in six years. The Profs posted identical 10-7 records in 2012 and 2011, with the 2011 squad earning an NCAA Tournament bid.

Delaney was named the NJAC Coach of the Year in 2010 as she guided Rowan to its first NJAC Championship with a 5-0 record in conference play. The Profs, with an 11-6 mark, participated in the NCAA Tournament, the third in the coach’s first three years, as did the 2009 team, which went 8-9.

A three-year assistant at Rowan, Delaney became the program’s eighth head coach in 2008, replacing her mentor, Mary Marino, who retired after 20 years at the helm. Delaney wasted no time in getting the Profs back into the NCAA Tournament, guiding her inaugural team to a 13-5 record and post-season berth.

Delaney, formerly Hanson, was a two-sport student-athlete at Rowan, and a four-year letterwinner in lacrosse. A defender, she was named to the IWLCA Metro All-Region first team in 2002 and 2003, and chosen as the 2003 Division III Defensive Player of the Year by the Women’s Lacrosse Club of South Jersey. Delaney was named to the ECAC Metro All-Star Team and chosen to play in the IWLCA North-South Senior All-Star game that year.

She also played for three years on the Profs’ field hockey team (2000-02) and was a team co-captain for Rowan’s 2002 NCAA champion squad that put together an undefeated season at 21-0. During her career the Profs also won two NJAC titles (2000, 2002), reached the national semifinals in 2000 and the national quarterfinals in 2001.

She started her coaching career at the high school level as an assistant coach at Haddonfield in field hockey, and at Cherry Hill East in lacrosse before returning to her alma mater, Collingswood as the freshman field hockey coach.

Lindsey-Kate Smith

Lindsey-Kate Smith enters her eighth season as assistant coach with the Rowan women’s lacrosse program in 2024, having become a full-time coach in 2021.

She joined the Profs after serving as an assistant coach at the Florida Institute of Technology for two seasons, 2014 to 2016. The Panthers, a Division II program, went 17-16 during those years and qualified for the Sunshine State Conference tournament in both.

Smith began her coaching career serving on the staff at her alma mater, Saint Joseph’s University, first as a graduate assistant (2008-10) and then as assistant coach (2010-12), helping the Hawks reach the Atlantic 10 Championship game in 2009.

An Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team honoree as a senior, Smith, formerly McCool, remains is Saint Joseph's all-time leader with 151 career ground balls. A two-time co-captain and the team’s Most Outstanding Performer in 2008, she led the Hawks in assists all four seasons and currently ranks third in career assists with 65.

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Camp Details

Check-in/out: All campers check in daily at 9:00 am. The full-day campers will check out daily at 3:00 pm with our half-day campers checking out at 12:00 pm.

Age & Ability: Our camp is open to girls ages 6-16, Our half-day camp option is open to ages 6-10 and our full-day camp option is open to ages 9-16. All abilities and levels are welcomed.

Meals: Campers are to bring their own lunch to camp.

Camp Curriculum:

Fundamental Stick Work- Specialized stick routines and targeted fundamental drills

Position Specific Training-

Defense- including a rotation of midfielders
Footwork - pivoting, recovery and angles
Stickwork - clearing, carrying, grounds balls and stick protection
Field Awareness - man up or man down situations, on and off ball defensive play
Body Positioning - ABCDs of defense (for 1 on 1 defense)

Situational Awareness - spacing, vision and offensive flow
Shooting - 8 meters, on the run, shot placement and selection, and faking before shooting
Dodging - from X, face dodge, split dodge, roll dodge
Transitioning- Riding the ball

Situational Awareness - spacing, vision, and offensive flow
Shooting - 8 meters, on the run, shot placement and selection and faking before shooting
Dodging - from X, face dodge, split dodge, roll dodge
Defensive Play - body positioning and field awareness
Transitioning- Riding the ball, fast breaks both offensively and defensively, settling

Communication - ball positioning, dictating the defense’s positions and player positioning
Mechanics - placement in cage, off stick and stick-side movement, reaction time, hand/eye coordination
Clearing - moving the ball quickly, communicating where to go with the ball and stick work

Draw Specialist-
Mechanics - footwork and body positioning
Taking the Draw - pushing , pulling, or self-drawing, ball tracking
Circle - speed work, ground balls, ball tracking, and reaction time

Unsettled Situational Game Play, focused on special awareness specific to game-like situations-
2v1, 3v2- Fast play from the elbows and X
Crossfield 3v2 continuous play
3v4 off ground ball and clears
Full field transitional continuous play

Grouped Position Specific Training- Attack vs. Defense, Midfield vs. Midfield
1v1’s, 2v2’s 3v3’s, 4v4’s– from all positions on the field focusing in
on specific game philosophy’s, techniques and spatial awareness

Specialized Team Building and Leadership Events-
Lacrosse capture the flag, lax baseball, lax water balloons, lax maze runner, ultimate lacrosse, lacrosse tic-tac-toe racing, lacrosse head-shoulders-knees-toes-ball, and other leadership and team building activities

Game Play- 7v7, small sided games, full field scrimmage, situational gameplay, clearing and riding the ball

Chalk Talk- Reviewing techniques and game theories regarding specific positioning and game-like situations

*Curriculum Varies Per Location and Director*

*For Sample Times of Daily Schedule, Visit Highlights Page*

Reviews (4)

reviews-10 Leslie L. - Camper

The best part about camp was that I made some friends that I will keep in touch with for a ling time. The camp was a lot of fun and the coaches taught me a lot of good tips.

reviews-10 Susie T. - Parent

After the first day of camp my daughter was already asking if she could come back next year. I believe the coaches provided great instruction and were honest in their evaluations. My daughter is continuing to practice what they recommended. Thanks.

reviews-10 Leah H. - Parent

The coaching staff at the camp my daughter attended was great. They were very attentive and helpful. I hope they return next summer.

reviews-10 Darius L. - Camper

The coaches were spectacular. Best lacrosse camp I have ever attended!

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