University of Richmond Men’s Lacrosse Fall ClinicsOnline Registration can be found at: University of Richmond, VA 23173 www.richmond.edu/lacrosse Makes checks payable to: University of Richmond firstname.lastname@example.org Physical Plant Suite B Registration Manager 804-287-6368 Glenn Carter Events Office Questions: Mail to:Clinic RegistrationPlayer First Name_________________ Last Name___________________Position_________________ Parent/Guardian Name_________________Contact Phone____________ Email__________________ D.O.B________Address_______________________________City______________ State____________ Zip______________Insurance Carrier______________________ Policy #________________Clinic Sessions(Circle all that apply) 10/7 10/21 11/4 11/18
Clinic Directors Clinic Staff will also Include: Our Mission: -Matt Lefchik (UR Men’s Asst. Coach) Our mission is to teach players the proper Glenn Carter -Greg Rosenberg (UR Men’s Asst. Coach) skill set, both mentally and physically to Head Coach -Current UR Players progress to the next level! Players will Univ. of Richmond Men’s Lacrosse -High School Coaches learn from seasoned lacrosse coaches andGlenn Carter has been coaching at the highest levels for the past 16 years. In two Eligible: educators. Players will learn under a disci-years at Richmond he has led the Spiders to a 15-5 record. Prior to Richmond hewas head coach of NCAA DIII Ursinus College and has coached at the profes- Boys ages 6 through seniors in high school plined, but compassionate coaching struc-sional level for the Philadelphia Barrage. Prior to arriving at Ursinus, Carter servedas the head assistant for the Neumann College Knights. There he helped lead the ture. We service all ability levels from nov-Knights to the 1999 ECAC South Region Championship. Carter was also astandout defense man for the Knights as a player. Clinic Dates/Times: ice to the highly skilled. Novice playersCarter has served as head varsity coach for the Friends Central School in Penn- Clinic #1: Sunday, October 7th, 9:00am-11:00am will be introduced to the fundamentalssylvania, sending many young men to top Division I, II, and III colleges anduniversities. Upon moving to Richmond Coach Carter started Venom Lacrosse, Clinic #2: Sunday, October 21st, 9:00am-11:00am and begin to introduce higher end teamwhich is quickly becoming one of the area premier travel programs. He also hasserved as owner/director for Black Bear Lacrosse. Black Bear operates many Clinic #3: Sunday, November 4th, 9:00am-11:00am lacrosse concepts. Expert players will beinstructional camps around the country and travel teams that serve the Philadel-phia metro area, giving student athletes the opportunity to get noticed by colleges Clinic #4: Sunday, November 18th, 9:00am-11:00am pushed with college/pro level drills toand universities. bring out their best. The coaches will bringCarter was a key speaker at the 2005 US Lacrosse National Convention andserved as a traveling clinician for U.S. lacrosse, assisting in developing lacrosse in Location: out the highest potential in all players."new" areas for both coaches and players. University of Richmond WHAT TO BRING: IM Turf Fields Equipment (Helmet, Elbow Pads, Shoulder Pads, Gloves, Mouthguard, Fielding Crawford etc… Clinic Cost Assistant Coach Individual Clinic Session: $45 Lacrosse Stick(s) Univ. of Richmond 4 Clinic Package: $150 Insurance Card Men’s Lacrosse Water BottleFielding Crawford is currently the offensive coordinator for the Uni-versity of Richmond Mens Lacrosse Team. Crawford helped guide Highlights: Great AttitudeRichmond to a successful inaugural season as a varsity club pro- College Coachesgram. Current College PlayersUnder Bob Shillinglaw, Crawford played for two years at the Univer-sity of Delaware before transferring and earning a B.S. degree in Turf Fields *All participants will receive a confirma-history education at East Carolina University in 2004. tion email upon receipt of payment. Certified Athletic TrainerCrawfords coaching experience includes an Assistant Coach posi-tion with the East Carolina mens club team in 2004. He served asCoach at Lafayette High School in Williamsburg from 2005–07, andas JV Head Coach at Deep Run High School in Richmond from2009–10.