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Lake Forest College Field Hockey Camp Lake Forest College - Lake Forest, IL
Start Date
July 25, 2014
Stop Date
July 28, 2014
Ext. Day
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About the Coaches
Danielle Ryder Head Coach - Bates

Bates College Head Coach Danielle Ryder will direct this field hockey Camp. Previously, Coach Ryder coached at the University of New England, the University of Vermont and Tufts University. At UNE, she led the team to a school-best record of 18-4 in his first season, as well as a Top 20 national ranking and was named conference coach of the year. Dani played collegiately at Stonehill College where as the goalkeeper she set many school records. While there, she was selected as an All-Academic and All-Conference player, and competed in the North/South All-Star game. Coach Ryder currently sits on the NCAA Regional Advisory Committee for the New England East Region.

Jacqueline DeMarco Kenyon College Head Coach

Kelley Hubble Wittenberg University Head Coach

Megan Spangler Rhodes College Assistant Coach

Lauren McIntyre McDaniel College Assistant Coach

Jill Dixon Oberlin College Assistant Coach

Brittany Benson Goalie Coach

Catherine Beaudoin Student Assistant Washington and Jefferson

Corry Connolly Student Assistant William Smith College

Laren Stevenson Student Assistant William Smith College

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Additional Information

Lake Forest College is located just 30 miles north of Chicago in the small city of Lake Forest, IL. One of the most beautiful suburbs on Chicago's North Shore, Lake Forest provides a secure, supportive environment for the College. The beautiful campus sits just a few blocks from Lake Michigan. Revolution Field Hockey is America's favorite Illinois Field Hockey Camp.

Campers will enjoy training on Lake Forest College's Farwell Turf Field .

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Grace D. Camper

It was great to be with other girls who love the same thing I do. The coaches were talented and friendly and taught us a lot of new things. See you next year.

Sara P. Parent

The coaches were excellent and really know the game. I also appreciated the coaches’ focus on sportsmanship.