via United Lacrosse Academy press release
Author’s Note: I visited their web site and the school has FIFTEEN lacrosse teams on the Girls’ side!! (LINK)
The Caterham School from Surrey, England will be taking part in a lacrosse tour to Florida from April 10-19, 2018, which is coordinated by United Lacrosse Academy. The Caterham School will have three girls’ lacrosse teams (Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshman Teams) on tour with players between the ages of 14 and 18 years old.
While on tour to Florida the Caterham School girls’ lacrosse teams will have “friendly” games against Bartow High School and First Academy (Orlando) on April 12 and IMG Academy, South Tampa Sticks and St. Stephens School on April 17.
Rachel Hart, Head of Fifth Year at Caterham School, “Our lacrosse players and coaches are quite excited to be on tour to the United States and to have the opportunity and experience to play games against the Florida teams. This will be a great opportunity to grow and develop as players both on and off the field. I am sure this experience is something our student-athletes will never forgot”.
Along with the lacrosse games the Caterham players will also take part in a training sessions conducted by Coach Kara Reber and her coaching staff at Florida Southern College (Lakeland), currently the number one ranked team in NCAA Division II Women’s Lacrosse.
“Through the game of lacrosse we can bring players and different cultures together. The Caterham players will have a great experience with games versus the Florida teams and taking part in the clinics and training sessions conducted by Coach Reber and her staff at Florida Southern. Lacrosse continues to develop internationally and through such exchanges and tours the game will continue to grow worldwide.”, Bill Fisher, Program Director at United Lacrosse Academy.
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Bill Fisher – firstname.lastname@example.org c: 561-901-8194
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