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Georgetown University Hoyas Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day Camp
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The Georgetown University Hoyas Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day Camp is a high-level and fast-paced training program for all high school male lacrosse players in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, and 2021. It is going to run from 9 o’clock in the morning until 3 o’clock in the afternoon. The venue of this event is the state-of-the-art Cooper […]
Syracuse University Orange Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Camp
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The Syracuse University Orange Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Camp is inviting all advanced male high school lacrosse players in the graduating classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022. It is a six-hour event that will run from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM on the 20th of July. The venues of this program are the Manley turf field complex […]
Manhattan College Jaspers Men’s Lacrosse Summer Clinic
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Come and join the Manhattan College Jaspers Men’s Lacrosse Summer Clinic.
Cleveland State University Vikings Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Day
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The Cleveland State University Vikings Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Day will fall on the 28th of June. It is a high-level and fast-paced lacrosse training program that is especially for high school male lacrosse players in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, and 2021. It is going to take place at the leading-edge Krenzler Field which is on […]
Tufts University Jumbos Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day Camp
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Play and train like a champ at the Tufts University Jumbos Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day Camp. It is a full-day event that will run from 9:30 AM until 3:00 PM on the 25th of June. This lacrosse is available to both field players and goalies. It is going to take place at the scenic Tufts University […]
Fairfield University Stags Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day Camp
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The Fairfield University Stags Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day Camp will provide skill development training sessions for attack, midfield, defense, and goalie positions. It is a one-day event that will fall on the 25th of June at the Rafferty Stadium which is on the Fairfield University campus. This prospect day camp is especially for high school male […]
University of Utah Utes Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Days
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The University of Utah Utes Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Days is open to all male high school lacrosse players in grade 9 up to grade 12. It is a two-day event that will fall on the 18th of June and the 19th of June. This training program is only set to accommodate 75 campers.
Franklin and Marshall College Diplomats Summer Prospect Day
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The Franklin and Marshall College Diplomats Summer Prospect Day is going to fall on the 8th of June from 3 o’clock in the afternoon until 8 o’clock in the evening. This high-level lacrosse prospect camp is inviting high school freshmen to senior boys who are serious about playing lacrosse at the college level. It is going […]
Williams College Ephs Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Camp
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Train and play like a champ at the Williams College Ephs Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Camp. It is a high-level lacrosse training program that will run on the 14th of June from 9:00 AM until 4:15 PM. It is going to take place at Williams College’s state of the art Farley-Lamb Turf Field Complex. This event is […]
Fairleigh Dickinson University Devils Men’s Lacrosse Summer Camp
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The Fairleigh Dickinson University Devils Men’s Lacrosse Summer Camp is both an overnight and day camp that will run from July 6 until July 9. It is inviting all boys 8 to 14 years of age in beginner, intermediate, or advanced skill level. This four-day summer camp is going to take place at the scenic […]
Saint Vincent College Bearcats Men’s Lacrosse Overnight Camp
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The Saint Vincent College Bearcats Men’s Lacrosse Overnight Camp is going to run from June 15 until June 17. It is going to take place at the Saint Vincent College campus. This three-day overnight lacrosse camp is especially for advanced high school male lacrosse players in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, 2021, and 2020. Furthermore, the […]
Mercer University Bears Men’s Lacrosse Overnight Instructional Camp
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The Mercer University Bears Men’s Lacrosse Overnight Instructional Camp is a three-day elite lacrosse training program that will run from the 4th of June until the 6th of June. Its venue is Mercer University’s top-notch facility, the Five Star Stadium.
Bellarmine University Knights Men’s Lacrosse Instructional Camp
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The Bellarmine University Knights Men’s Lacrosse Instructional Camp is both an overnight and day camp that will run from the 26th of June until the 28th of June. This three-day lacrosse camp is going to take place at the scenic Bellarmine University. The program is open to all and any boys 6 to 17 years of […]
Westminster College Griffins Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Camp
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The Westminster College Griffins Men’s Lacrosse Summer Prospect Camp will replicate a real collegiate training environment. It is ideal for all male lacrosse players in the graduating classes of 2018, 2019, and 2020 who are aspiring to play at the next level. This elite lacrosse camp is going to run from 2:00 PM until 8:30 PM […]
Towson University Tigers Men’s Lacrosse Summer Elite Prospect Day
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Join the Towson University Tigers Men’s Lacrosse Summer Elite Prospect Day. It is a lacrosse identification camp that will fall on the 23rd of July. The program gears at helping the participants achieve their full lacrosse potential. It is open to all and any male high school lacrosse players in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, […]
Adelphi University Panthers Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Camp
Join the Adelphi University Panthers Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Camp. It is a fast-paced and high-level training program that will run from 12:30 PM until 5:00 PM on the 1st of November. The venue of this lacrosse prospect camp is the state of the art Motamed Field, the home of the Adelphi University Panthers soccer and lacrosse teams. Moreover, […]
University at Albany Great Danes Men’s Lacrosse Summer Day Camp
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Join the University at Albany Great Danes Men’s Lacrosse Summer Day Camp from June 25 until June 27. This three-day lacrosse camp is inviting all boys in grade 2 to grade 10.
Susquehanna University River Hawks Men’s Lacrosse Summer Camp
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The Susquehanna University River Hawks Men’s Lacrosse Summer Camp is a four-day event that will run from June 4 until June 7. It is inviting all and any boys in grade 2 up to grade 11 who are looking to improve their lacrosse skills in a fun training atmosphere. This lacrosse summer camp is going […]
Marist College Red Foxes Men’s Lacrosse Summer Camp
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Join the Marist College Red Foxes Men’s Lacrosse Summer Camp. It is for all and any boys 8 to 18 years of age. It is a five-day lacrosse training program that will run from the 23rd of July until the 27th of July. This lacrosse summer camp is going to take place at the Marist […]
Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day
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Come and join the Ohio Wesleyan University Battling Bishops Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day. It is a six-hour program from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM that will fall on the 9th of June. This lacrosse summer prospect day camp is inviting all male lacrosse players 14 to 18 years of age who are aspiring to play at […]
Wheaton College Lyons Men’s Lacrosse Summer Clinic
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Learn and train with the best at the Wheaton College Lyons Men’s Lacrosse Summer Clinic. It is a full-day event that will run from 9:15 AM until 3:00 PM on the 5th of August. This summer lacrosse clinic is going to take place at Wheaton College’s state of the art Diane C. Nordin ’80 Athletic Field. The […]
Saint Joseph’s University Hawks Men’s Lacrosse Showcase
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The Saint Joseph’s University Hawks Men’s Lacrosse Showcase is a three-day event that is going to run from July 26 until July 28. It is open to all and any high school male lacrosse players in grade 9 to grade 11. The training program is going to take place at the scenic Saint Joseph University campus.
Loyola University Maryland Greyhounds Men’s Youth Lacrosse Camp
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The Loyola University Maryland Greyhounds Men’s Youth Lacrosse Camp is a four-day training program for boys 6 to 12 years of age. It will run from the 25th of June until the 28th of June. The venue is the leading-edge Ridley Athletic Complex which is on the Loyola University campus. In addition, this lacrosse training program […]
Calvin College Knights Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day
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Come and join the Calvin College Knights Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day. It is a full-day event that will run from 10 o’clock in the morning until 4 o’clock in the afternoon on the 27th of July. This program is going to take place at the beautiful Calvin College campus. The training program is open to all and […]
Binghamton University Bearcats Men’s Lacross Summer Prospect Camp
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The Binghamton University Bearcats Men’s Lacross Summer Prospect Camp is a six-hour elite and high-level training program that will run from 11:00 AM until 5:00 PM on the 26th of July. It is going to take place at the top-notch Bearcats Sports Complex, the home of the Binghamton University men’s lacrosse team. The program is open to […]
Villanova University Women’s Lacrosse History vs Georgetown UniversityWomen’s Lacrosse History > Georgetown University
Women’s Lacrosse History vs Georgetown University from Mar 26, 2010 - Mar 21, 2021
Longest Win Streak
Longest Losing Streak
3/26/2010 – 3/21/2021
Last 10 Matchups
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|March 21, 2021 3/21/2021||2021||
Away Washington, DC
L 8 - 18
|March 19, 2021 3/19/2021||2021||
Away Washington, DC
L 11 - 19
|April 13, 2019 4/13/2019||2019||
Home Villanova, Pa.
L 8 - 12
|March 17, 2018 3/17/2018||2018||
Away Washington, D. C.
L 10 - 19
|April 5, 2017 4/5/2017||2017||
Home Villanova, Pa.
L 13 - 14
|April 13, 2016 4/13/2016||2016||
Away Washington, D. C.
L 7 - 18
|April 8, 2015 4/8/2015||2015||
Home Villanova, Pa.
L 5 - 9
|April 17, 2014 4/17/2014||2014||
Away Washington, D. C.
L 2 - 13
|April 21, 2013 4/21/2013||2013||
Home Villanova, Pa.
L 5 - 6
|March 3, 2012 3/3/2012||2012||
Home Villanova, Pa.
L 6 - 18
|March 25, 2011 3/25/2011||2011||
Away Washington, D. C.
L 12 - 17
|March 26, 2010 3/26/2010||2010||
Home Villanova, Pa.
L 7 - 20
Southwestern University – Boys Lacrosse Overnight & Day Camp
2021 can’t come soon enough! Dates and details will be added to this page as soon as they are confirmed. Make sure your child is first in line to register after the new year by joining the Priority Registration List at no cost! Priority List members will be the first to know when our 2021 summer camp registration officially opens! *Clicking “Download Brochure” will add your email to the Priority List!
Xcelerate Nike Lacrosse is excited to offer an outstanding Boys Lacrosse Camp at Southwestern University. Our goal is to bring out the very best in every player we coach. In doing so, we focus our energies on building self-confidence and improving skills through innovative drills, small-sided games, position specific training, and team driven competition. We encourage our campers to work hard, be creative, and have fun! At the end of the week, our campers leave with a higher lacrosse IQ, an enhanced skill set, new role models, new friends, and a true love of the game.
Sunday, June to Thursday, June
Overnight & Extended Day Camp (9:00AM to 9:00PM) options available.
OVERNIGHT CAMP AMENITIES
• 4 nights lodging • All meals
• Reversible Nike practice jersey
EXTENDED DAY CAMP AMENITIES
• Lunch & Dinner
• Reversible Nike practice jersey
• Camp hours: SUN 4:00PM-9:00PM, MON-WED 9:00AM-9:00PM, THURS 9:00AM-11:30AM
A detailed camper registration packet containing check-in location, health/release forms, emergency contact info, and a list of things to bring will be emailed to all registered campers prior to camp. Our health and release forms do not require a doctor’s signature and they will be collected on the first day of camp.
SPECIALTY PRE-CAMP CLINICS
Xcelerate Lacrosse offers a specialized Shooting-Dodging clinic and LSM-Defensive clinic from 1:30pm-4:30pm on the first day of camp. Clinic check-in is at 1:00pm with dinner at approximately 5:00pm. The clinics will be taught by top players and coaches.
- Shooting & Dodging Pre-Camp Clinic (Optional)
- LSM & Defensive Clinic (Optional)
Pre-Camp Specialty Clinic Check-in Sunday, June 7th
Check-in between 1:00-1:30pm at McCombs Campus Center. Once checked in parents do NOT have to stay for general check in at 3:00pm. The specialty clinic fee is an additional $95.
Note: Space is limited.
Check-in Sunday, June 7th
Check-in between 3:00-4:30pm at McCombs Campus Center. Camp will begin with an orientation at 4:45pm, followed by dinner and our first field session.
Check out Thursday, June 11th
Check-out is between 11:00-11:30am at McCombs Campus Center.
HOUSING & ROOMMATES
2 campers per room. If you have a roommate request, and have not already given it to us, please do so as soon as possible. Roommate requests are not guaranteed. If you don’t have a roommate request, you will be placed in a room with someone near your age. It will be a great opportunity to meet someone new!
Dorm: Brown/Moody Shearn Residence Halls
Linens: Not provided
Air Conditioning: Yes ♦ No fan needed – dorms air-conditioned
Suggested spending money: $40
Medical facility: a certified trainer will be on staff during field sessions
Campers are supervised 24 hours a day. The staff live in the dormitories with the campers and participate in evening activities. Drugs, alcohol and tobacco are strictly prohibited, and constitute, along with general misconduct, grounds for dismissal from camp without a refund.
EXTENDED DAY CAMPERS
Sunday, June 7th
Check-in between 4:00-4:30pm at McCombs Campus Center. Camp will begin with an orientation at 4:45pm, followed by dinner and our first field session. First Day pick up time and place will be provided at check-in.
June 8th, 9th & 10th
Precise drop off and pick up locations for extended day campers will be provided on the first day of camp. Lunch & Dinner included.
Thursday, June 11th
Last Day drop off and pick up locations for extended day campers will be provided on the first day of camp. Please note: No meals provided on the last day of camp.
Daily Schedule: SUN 4:00PM-9:00PM, MON-WED 9:00AM-9:00PM, THURS 9:00AM-11:30AM
Campers have the opportunity to pre-order an Xcelerate Nike t-shirt in the camp registration process through May 1, 2020. You will receive items purchased on the first day at camp check-in.
- Xcelerate Nike T-Shirt – Price: $30
- T-Shirt Sizes Available in Adult Small, Medium, Large and X-Large
The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is approximately 34 miles from Southwestern University. You may choose to utilize a shuttle service to travel to and from the airport. The following shuttle services have been used by Xcelerate Lacrosse campers in the past and will drop you directly in front of McCombs Campus Center for check-in.
• Airport Express: 512-868-6688
• Airport Flash: 512-930-2700
• Super Shuttle Transportation Systems: 512-258-3826
We have three sessions per day. A great deal of instruction takes place in the early part of the day, demonstrations and instruction mid-day, and games during the evening session. We also like to throw in a number of ‘fun’ activities like our fastest shot contest, freestyle/skills competition, lax golf, pool time, rec time, and camper vs. coach game.
Below is a template and is subject to change.
Early Bird Discount: $50. (Available until January 31, 2020). You can call 1-800-645-3226 to receive the early bird discount over the phone or you can enter in the offer code XLR820 when registering via our secure website. The early bird discount cannot be combined with any other discount.
Goalie Discount: $100. To ensure each session has enough goalies for drills and scrimmages, all goalies automatically qualify for a special $100 discount. You can call 1-800-645-3226 to receive the goalie discount over the phone or you can enter in the offer code XLGK20 when registering via our secure website. PLEASE NOTE: Once we’ve reached our quota of registered goalies the discount will no longer be available. The goalie discount cannot be combined with any other discount.
Team Discount: $25. If five or more campers register together, each camper is eligible for a $25 discount. Please have a team contact reach out directly to the USSC office at 1-800-645-3226 to receive a discount code to identify your group. Campers may then register through the website at their convenience and apply the coupon code during check-out.
Note: If qualified, you may choose ONLY ONE discount
Sample Daily Schedule
- 7:30 AM Breakfast (Overnight Campers)
- 8:45 AM Extended Day Campers Arrive
- 9:00 AM Station Work, Drills, Position Work
- Noon Lunch
- 12:30 PM Rest Hour / Camp Store / Swimming
- 2:00 PM Demonstrations, Position Work
- 3:00 PM Small Group Scrimmages, Team Play
- 5:00 PM Dinner
- 6:15 PM Team Instruction / Games
- 8:45 PM Extended Day Campers depart
- 9:00 PM Free Time / Camp Store / Pizza
- 10:45 PM Lights Out!
Southwestern University is located in the heart of Central Texas, in historic Georgetown. The campus sits in close proximity to Austin with its vibrant, innovative and creative culture. Soccer/Lacrosse Fields, on the east side of the campus, serves as outdoor playing fields for men’s and women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse.
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Contact Name: Paul Richards Contact Email: [email protected] Contact Phone: 8044394364 School: University of Richmond Location: University of Richmond League or Conference: Division: 1 Gender: Boys Who Can Attend? LOCATION AND FACILITIES The Bear Prospect Day will be held on the beautiful campus of Mercer University. We will make sure to update the website weekly with the guidelines for camp. Collegiate School – Richmond VA 9:00AM â 2:00PM . Our Instructional Prospect Camps guarantee each player will work directly with every coach. Are You Hosting a CAMP or EVENT? Lacrosse at Yale. Mar. Ages: High School Class of 2022, 2023, 2024. July 8, 2021 â Dartmouth Iron Pine Elite Prospect Day â According to the website, âThese dates are tentative, based on the Dartmouth campus policies. â Check with the organizers for finalized dates. 7 Final , L. 13. Basic camp listings are a free and easy way to get the word out about your upcoming camp or event. CAMP CHECK-IN / PICK-UP Lacrosse Masters Camp’s mission is simple; to provide high school student athlete’s a platform to learn from & gain exposure to coaches representing the nation’s finest academic institutions. … Hide/Show Additional Information For Richmond – May 7, 2021. The cost of this one-day camp is $399. Camps/clinics should supplement Mass Elite practices, leagues, and tournament-play. This event is open to any and all boys in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, and 2021. It will take place at the University of Richmond Menâs Lacrosse Practice Facility. Fax: 610-519-6453 / Phone: 413-687-1342. (Restricted to 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024 & 2025 High School Classes).
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Andrew Toussaint Lacrosse Camp @ SLUH – [email protected] — Blueprint 4 Summer
Date/Time: Jun 24 – 28, 2019 8:00am – 12:00pm
Registration deadline: Jun 23, 2019
Head Coach Andrew Toussaint guides the Lacrosse Camp at SLUH. He brings two dozen years of coaching and playing experience. Coach Toussaint played at Georgetown Preparatory School for Hall of Fame Coach Kevin Giblin; he played at St. Mary’s College of Maryland where he was a college All-American and three-time first-team all-league player, who graduated with several school records, including Most Points, and in 2015 was selected to the Capital Athletic Conference’s Silver Anniversary Lacrosse team. Before moving to St. Louis, he coached at Georgetown Prep, St. John’s College High School, and for the Club Blue youth lacrosse club. The SLUH Lacrosse Camp will instruct rising 2nd through 8th graders—at all skill levels—on the mechanics of stick skills, and on strategies of the game, and will provide competitions, tournaments, and camp awards
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Loyola University Maryland Women’s Lacrosse Elite ID Clinic
The Loyola University Maryland Women’s Lacrosse Elite ID Clinic is a full-day event that will fall on the 21st of July. It is going to run from 10 o’clock in the morning until 4 o’clock in the afternoon. This elite lacrosse clinic is open to all high-level female lacrosse players 14 to 18 years of age. Moreover, this lacrosse clinic will introduce the participants into the collegiate level training environment. It will cover advanced concepts in both the offensive and defensive aspects of the game. Goalies will also have their special training session. Additional, this lacrosse elite ID camp will take place at the state of the art Ridley Athletic Complex on the Loyola University Maryland campus.
Loyola University Maryland, formerly Loyola College in Maryland, is a private, coeducational, Roman Catholic university. It is inside the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Currently, the university accommodates around 4,000 undergraduate students. It is 3rd in the Regional Universities North of 2017 Edition of Best College’s ranking. In addition, it is also 114th in the Business programs ranking. The Loyola University Maryland is a member of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. It is also part of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities and the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Furthermore, Loyola University Maryland’s identity colors are green and gray. In sports, the university has 17 intercollegiate athletics teams. Greyhounds is the team’s nickname. These teams are competing in the Patriot League of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I.
Loyola University Maryland Women’s Lacrosse Elite ID Clinic Organizers
The head coach of the Loyola University Maryland Greyhounds women’s lacrosse team is Jen Adams, a native of Brighton, South Australia. She is a three-time Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year awardee. She is also the 2011 co-BIG EAST Coach of the Year awardee. Then, the Greyhounds women’s lacrosse assistant coaches are Dana Dobbie and Caroline Hager. Finally, Charlotte Wood is the director of operations.
Lacrosse Recruiting Camps
Loyola University Maryland,
Join the Loyola University Maryland Women’s Lacrosse Elite ID Clinic. It is a whole day event from 10 o’clock in the morning until 4 o’clock in the afternoon on the 21st of July. It is inviting all high-level female lacrosse players 14 to 18 years of age who aspire to play at the college level. The venue will be the state of the art Ridley Athletic Complex.
|2018-19 Sport Camps at Loyola University Chicago|
|Camp Name||Camp Dates||Contact|
|Men’s Basketball Day Camp I||June 22-25, 2020
|Men’s Basketball Day Camp II||June 29-July 2, 2020
|Men’s Basketball Day Camp III||July 27-30, 2020
|Women’s Basketball Kids Night Camp I||June 16, 2020
|Women’s Basketball Shootout Team (Team Camp)||June 18-20, 2020
|Women’s Basketball Kids Night Camp II||June 24, 2020
|Men’s Soccer Elite College Prospect Camp I||June 15-16, 2019
|Men’s Soccer Elite College Prospect Camp II||July 20-21 2019
|Men’s Soccer College ID Weekend||July 13-14 2019
|Women’s Soccer College ID Camp I||June 15, 2020
|Women’s Soccer College ID Weekend I||June 27-28, 2020
|Women’s Soccer College ID Camp II||July 12, 2020
|Women’s Soccer College ID Weekend II||August 1-2, 2020
|Loyola Strength Camp||TBD||773-508-8898
|Elite Youth Soccer Camp||June 22-25, 2020
|Summer Youth Soccer Camp I||July 6-9, 2020
|Summer Youth Soccer Camp II||July 20-23, 2020
Men’s Volleyball High School Prep Camp
|March 3, 2019
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|Men’s Volleyball High Performance Camp||July 8-10, 2020
|Women’s Volleyball Middle School Camp||July 7-9, 2019
|Women’s Volleyball Hitter/Setter Camp||July 13, 2019
|Women’s Volleyball Serving/Passing Camp||July 14, 2019
Women’s Volleyball Prospect/ID Camp
|July 19, 2019
Women’s Volleyball High Performance Camp
|July 22-24, 2019
|Softball Skills Clinic||June 18/July 30, 2019
|Softball Exposure Day||June 19, 2019
Michigan Women’s Lacrosse Camps with Coach Hannah Nielsen
Title: Assistant Coach
Ana Heneberry joined the University of Michigan women’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach on July 17, 2017, and works primarily with the Maize and Blue defense.
The 2021 season will mark Heneberry’s ninth year as an assistant coach at the Division I level, while as a player, she was an All-America defender at Loyola University Maryland.
Most recently, Heneberry served as an assistant coach at Boston University for three seasons (2015-17), working primarily with the Terriers’ defense. Heneberry helped BU reach the Patriot League semifinals in each of her three seasons. On an individual level, she coached the Patriot League Defender of the Year in 2017.
In addition to her assistant coach responsibilities at BU, she also participated in the Jansen Leadership Academy and served as a member of the IWLCA Convention Planning Committee.
Heneberry transitioned to Boston University after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at High Point University (2013-14), where she was the defensive coordinator and also worked one-on-one with the goaltenders. Heneberry helped guide the Panthers to back-to-back Big South championships and consecutive NCAA tournament appearances. In both seasons at HPU, she helped coach the Big South Defensive Player of the Year.
A native of Timonium, Maryland, Heneberry was a four-year standout defender at Loyola University Maryland from 2009-12. During her senior season in 2012, she helped lead the Greyhounds to their second straight Big East Conference title and second consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. That same season, Heneberry represented Loyola as a team captain, was recognized individually as the Big East Preseason Defender of the Year, and was a member of the Tewaaraton Watch List. She became the second player in school history to record 100 caused turnovers and 100 ground balls. She was also named a Third Team All-American following her junior season in 2011.
During her playing career, she also served as the head coach of Diamonds Lacrosse Club in Baltimore, Maryland, and provided one-on-one instruction sessions to youth players.Heneberry graduated from Loyola in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in communications with a specialization in public relations and advertising.
Title: Assistant Coach
Adam Sear joined the University of Michigan women’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach on August 10, 2017, and works primarily with the Maize and Blue offense.
The 2021 season will mark Sear’s eighth year in the collegiate ranks and ninth overall year of coaching, as he has also taught the game at the high school and club level.
Most recently, Sear served as the Director of Athlete Enrichment at Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, California, since February 2017. Sports Academy is an all-inclusive sports and fitness facility dedicated to creating full-circle athletes of all ages and skill levels. Sear was directly responsible for the Personal Development Year program.
Prior to his stint at Sports Academy, he was the Director of 3d Lacrosse, LLC., a club team organization in Los Angeles, California, for three years (2014-17). He was responsible for the Los Angeles and Orange County markets and coached boys and girls ages 6-18.
Sear was last involved in collegiate coaching as a men’s assistant coach at Stevenson University (Owings Mills, Md.) for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. He helped lead Stevenson to the Division III national championship in 2013. He got his start in coaching at Ferrum College (Division III) in Ferrum, Virginia, spending two seasons as a men’s assistant coach and recruiting coordinator with the Panthers.
As a player, Sear competed for the University of Maryland for four years, helping lead the Terrapins to four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Following his senior season, he was selected to play in the USILA North-South All-Star Game.
In addition to his collegiate career, Sear has also represented his home country of Australia at the highest level, competing in the 2010 World Championships. A native of Perth, Australia, he helped lead Australia to a bronze medal.
Sear graduated from Maryland with a bachelor’s degree in family science in 2010, and went on to earn a master’s degree in business management and information technology from Stevenson in 2014.
Title: Director of Operations
Flanagan comes to the women’s lacrosse program after serving the same role with the Wolverine swimming and diving program for one year. During her time with the swim and dive team, Flanagan coordinated all travel logistics and also handled the team’s budget and equipment needs.
In her new role, Flanagan will be responsible for all day-to-day office operations, which include overseeing all aspects of the budget, team travel and home game logistics. She also will supervise team managers, coordinate on-campus recruiting visits and events and manage camp operations for the Wolverines. In addition, she will serve as the liaison between the women’s lacrosse program and other departments within Michigan Athletics.
Prior to her stint at Michigan, Flanagan served as the executive assistant to executive vice president and general manager, Ron Hextall, and president of the Philadelphia Flyers, Paul Holmgren, for three years. Flanagan’s responsibilities included handling all communication for both Hextall and Holmgren, as well as coordinating all travel arrangements and accommodations for player callups and injured players. She also supervised the operations staff and acted as the notary public for players, coaching staff, management staff and hockey operations.
Flanagan received her start in operations when she worked as the executive assistant for hockey operations in the American Hockey League. While working in the AHL, Flanagan was directly under the president and CEO of the league, managing all referee and linesman expenses, while also handling all travel. During her time, she developed a travel matrix in order to save the league money and served as a liaison to AHL Hall of Fame inductees and families during the AHL All-Star Classic.
A 2011 graduate of Union College, Flanagan worked in the women’s lacrosse offices organizing fundraising, youth clinics, ordering apparel, scheduling practices and dining arrangements for travel. Following a coaching change, she worked closely with the senior associate athletic director, assisting with the coaching transition.
Flanagan earned her Bachelor of Arts in sociology from Union College in 2011 before going on to earn her Master of Education in sports management and recreation in 2013.
Lacrosse Masters Girls Camps | Lacrosse Masters
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Lacrosse Masters is a consortium of TOP college lacrosse head coaches from many of the nation’s top colleges and universities. We host several college prospect camps at various times throughout the year.
Coast Guard Academy
Johns Hopkins University
Ohio State University
University of California – Berkeley
University of Chicago
University of Michigan
University of Notre Dame
University of Pennsylvania
University of Virginia
Washington & Lee University
October 3, 2021
Fall Girls High Academic Prospect Camp
Tinton Falls, NJ
Camp is Completely SOLD OUT
October 31, 2021
5th Annual Girls High Academic
Fall Prospect Camp
Tinton Falls, NJ
Camp is Completely SOLD OUT
Associate Head Coach
January 8-9, 2022
8th Annual Girls High Academic
Winter Prospect Camp
Vero Beach, Florida
Johns Hopkins University
Associate Head Coach
University of California, Berkeley
University of Notre Dame
Associate Head Coach
University of Pennsylvania
Entering the 2021 season, Adams has a career record of 158-66 in 12 years. The three-time IWLCA Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year has led Loyola to eight NCAA Championships appearances in a nine-year span from 2010-19. During the 2020 campaign, which was shortened due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greyhounds were a perfect 5-0 on the year, defeating four ranked opponents and earning their highest end-of-year national ranking (No. 3) in the IWLCA Coaches’ poll since 2003. Included in the win total were victories over #24 Johns Hopkins (16-7), #4 Florida (17-6), #19 Penn State (22-12) and #9 Penn (19-15).
Since coming to Loyola, Adams has directed a resurgence of the program back to national prominence. Inheriting a squad that posted a 6-10 record in 2008, Adams turned that into an 11-6 mark in 2009 and an 11-7 record in 2010. Her 2011 squad won its first of two-straight BIG EAST Championships, returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004 and tied a school record for wins in a season, posting a 17-3 record. Her 2015 squad tied that record with a 17-5 mark and won a second-straight Patriot League title, while the 2016 team gave Adams five conference championships in six years, as it won its third-consecutive Patriot League Championship.
In conference play, Adams’ squads have dominated. In the last seven completed seasons, her teams have posted an overall record of 58-2 in regular-season conference contests, including an unblemished 52-0 mark in Patriot League play for six-straight undefeated Patriot League Regular Season titles – the longest active win streak in the NCAA. Her Greyhounds have also claimed six league tournament titles – back-to-back BIG EAST Championships (2011, 2012) and four Patriot League titles (2014, 2015, 2016, 2019). The BIG EAST title in 2011 was the first for the program, while 2014 win was the school’s first-ever Patriot League Championship, a League it joined for the 2013-14 school year.
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University of North Carolina Athletics Women’s Lacrosse Recent History vs Loyola University Maryland
Women’s Lacrosse History
Loyola University Maryland
Women’s Lacrosse History vs Loyola University Maryland from May 17, 1997 -
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Longest Win Streak
3/4/2005 – 5/12/2013
Longest Losing Streak
3/8/2002 – 3/5/2004
Last 10 Matchups
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Loyola Blakefield | Summer Programs
Half Day Lunch Option: If you are interested in signing your camper up for two half day camps, you should also register them for lunch as an add on option to either camp. This will ensure a smooth transition from morning camp, to a supervised lunch provided in our dining facility, and transition to their afternoon camp session.
All Sports/Games Camp
Quench your thirst for all sports in this fun multisport/games camp. This camp is designed to provide exposure and basic instruction in a number of different competitive activities. Activities include softball, basketball, volleyball, tennis, swimming, dodgeball, bocce, soccer, kickball, as well as individual and team challenges. In addition, the camp will offer a variety of game options.
Ages 8-14. Fee: $170.00
July 19-23; 1:00PM-4:00PM
This camp is an introduction to Olympic recurve archery. Archers will learn about shooting, score keeping, archery safety and play archery games during the week. During breaks from archery lessons, campers will go swimming and play other games. Campers will work on setting goals and improving their skills This camp is for boys and girls entering grades 5-8.
Ages 10-14. Fee: $170.00
July 19-July 23; 9:00AM-12:00PM
This camp is an introduction to Olympic recurve archery. Archers will learn about shooting, score keeping, archery safety and play archery games during the week. During breaks from archery lessons, campers will go swimming and play other games. Campers will work on setting goals and improving their skills This camp is for girls entering grades 5-8.
Ages 10-14. Fee: $170.00
July 12-July 16; 9:00AM-12:00PM
Playing in a state-of-the-art field house, with four basketball courts, basketball camp at Loyola is designed to improve the fundamental offensive and defensive skills of each player in a fun, yet competitive setting. The camp is geared to improve the skills of the beginning player and the more advanced player. The camp is run by Loyola’s Varsity Head coach, Josh Davalli.
The camp is co-ed and for ages 6-15. Fee $335.00 (lunch included)
There are four basic goals of the camp:
1. Each camper has an enjoyable experience
2. Each camper loves the game more by the end of the week
3. Each camper improves his/her skills
4. Each camper learns how to continue that improvement after the camp.
July 12-July 16; 9:00AM-4:00PM
July 26-July 30; 9:00AM-4:00PM
Jerry Savage Basketball Academy
The Jerry Savage Basketball Academy is for 6th-8th graders as of Fall 2021.
Proper basketball fundamentals will be taught, emphasized and reinforced at all times in training drills.
The program will be run in Loyola Blakefield’s main gym on Tuesdays throughout the summer months. Each week the boys will work on fundamentals of the game through drills and fun competitions. Fundamentals will include ball handling, passing, shooting form, defensive stance, and footwork.
The Jerry Savage Basketball Academy will be run by Loyola Blakefield Freshman Basketball Coach Brian Plunkett and Michael Savage, son of legendary Loyola basketball coach Jerry Savage. Plunkett has been coaching basketball at all levels from Kindergarten through the high school level for 40 years with 24 years of officiating local high school games.
Savage coached with his father at Loyola on the JV and Varsity levels.
Tuesday, June 8
Tuesday, June 15
Tuesday, June 22
Tuesday, June 29
Tuesday, July 6
Tuesday, July 13
Tuesday, July 19
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Fee: $180 for 6 sessions
There are seven sessions as an options to allow for vacations.
Dodgeball, Dodgeball, and More Dodgeball Camp
This camp offers a variety of thrilling dodgeball games. These activities are fun, educational, and involve teamwork, strategy and true skills. Learn how to duck, dive, dip, chuck, and DODGE a ball like a champ. This camp will also include water dodgeball for those that would like to cool off in our pool while still playing this amazingly fun game. The camp will be run by our own king of dodgeball, Anthony Zehyoue, Loyola’s varsity football head coach.
Ages 8-14. Fee $170.00
July 26-July 30; 1:00PM-4:00PM
Flag Football and Football Games Galore Camp
This camp introduces a wide range of skills throughout the week including passing, receiving and deflagging, with a strong focus on the rules of the game. Each day ends with small-sided games where the coaches encourage good sportsmanship and teamwork.
Participants will develop an understanding of offensive and defensive plays, and be encouraged to implement these skills into realistic scrimmages and game-play situations.
Flag football summer camp is appropriate for players ranging from beginners, to those already well versed in the sport. Groups are separated by age and ability to ensure all players flourish in a positive learning environment while having a great time! Campers will also play other varieties of the game indoors, outdoors and in the pool!
Ages 8-14. Fee $170.00
July 12-July 16; 1:00PM-4:00PM
This camp features fundamental skills to be applied on the offensive and defensive sides of the ball. Campers receive expert, individual instruction through the camp with an emphasis on technique, including skills such as blocking, positions, stance and start, passing technique, receiving, and more. The football camp is directed by Loyola Blakefield’s Varsity football coach, Anthony Zehyoue. Coach Zehyoue has served as Assistant Varsity Coach for the past two seasons. He graduated from Louisiana State University where he played as a defensive lineman from 2004-07. He was a member of the 2007 National Championship team.
Ages 8-14. Fee $335.00 (Lunch included)
July 19-July 23; 9:00AM-4:00PM
Loyola Golf Academy
Loyola Blakefield is happy to announce that the junior academy will now be directed by Varsity Golf Coach Mike Messina. Mike is also a PGA Teaching Professional with 23 years experience teaching junior golfers. He looks forward to passing on his knowledge and love of the game to golf’s future! This incredible camp provides junior golfers with the tools to improve their fundamentals and enjoy this great game for a lifetime. Campers gain an understanding of where their strengths lie and how to continue improving. This camp develops skills for nearly every facet of golf. From your grip and swing, to club selection and shot making, campers learn the necessary fundamentals to establish and improve their game. Pick up and drop off will be at Fox Hollow Golf Course.
Ages 8-13. Fee $220.00
June 21-25; 9:00AM-12:00PM
July 12-16; 9:00AM-12:00PM
The camp is designed for all levels of players. Campers will learn individual skills, including stick work, footwork, dodging, shooting, and individual defense. Campers will practice these drills in an up-tempo environment. In addition, campers will learn team concepts and compete in a number of game-like situations, and they will have the opportunity to earn a number of prizes. The goal of the camp is to inspire players to continue to improve and to teach the concepts that have led Loyola to consistent success. The camp will be directed by Loyola’s Varsity Lacrosse Coaches.
Ages 8-14. Fee $335.00 (Lunch included)
June 28-July 2; 9:00AM-4:00PM
Dons Lacrosse Prospect Camp
The camp is designed for experienced/club players. This evening camp will be run similar to a varsity MIAA practice and with a focus on player development. The camp is for rising 6th-rising 9th graders. The camp will be designed to take skills to the next level in a competitive environment. The camp will be directed by Loyola’s Associate Head Varsity Coach, Stephen Abrams and assistants.
Rising 6th-9th Grades Fee $170.00.
July 12-16; 5:00PM-8:00PM
Lee Tschantret, Head Coach for Varsity Soccer at Loyola High School, directs these camps. Lee was captain of the U.S. National Futsal Team, played in the 2007 Pan Am Games, a CONCACAF Gold Medal Winner and Futsal World Cup Player. He has played professional soccer, both indoor and outdoor for over 20 years. The director of Loyola Soccer Camps is an educator and coach of the game with professional, as well as international experience. Coach Lee holds a USSF A coaching license, he was voted Maryland, NSCAA Coach of the Year 2012 and is currently receiving his Masters in Coaching Education.
The soccer camp curriculum offers challenges within a nurturing learning environment. This program provides opportunities to grow and improve for both beginning players and premier athletes. The mission is to generate passion for the game through technique, tactics, and fun. Whether players are just learning the basics of the game, or preparing for accelerated levels of play, Loyola Soccer Camps delivers fun-fillay)ed and intensive soccer education and training.
The camp is co-ed and ages for 6-14. Fee $335.00 Full Day(Lunch included)
June 14-June 18; 9:00AM-4:00PM
June 21-June 25; 9:00AM-4:00PM
August 2-August 6; 9:00AM-4:00PM
Have great fun while learning to play the game of tennis. Campers learn basic skills and techniques and participate in singles and doubles matches. Skills include forehand, backhand, volleys, overheads, and serving. These camps will be directed by members of Loyola Blakefield’s Tennis Coaching Staff, former and current Loyola players. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced players are welcome.
Ages 8-14. Fee $170.00
June 14-June 18; 9:00AM-12:00PM
June 21-June 25; 9:00am-12:00PM
June 28-July 2; 9:00AM-12:00PM
July 5-July 9; 9:00AM-12:00PM
July 12-July 16; 9:00AM-12:00PM
July 19-July 23; 9:00AM-12:00PM
July 26-July 30; 9:00AM-12:00PM
Designed for those who are looking to develop their skills for play at the high school level. Camp will focus on the individual skills of serving, passing, setting, attacking, blocking and defense. Camper will also learn volleyball team concepts. Emphasis will be given to offensive and defensive systems including the 6-2 and 5-1 offense. Lunch is included in the cost of the camp.
This camp will be run by Loyola Blakefield’s Varsity Head Coach, Mr. Tim Baier.
The camp is Co-ed. Ages 12-17. Fee $335.00 (Lunch included)
June 21-25; 9:00AM-4:00PM
Water Polo Camp
If you love to swim and compete in a fast-paced, team sport, then you will love water polo. In this camp, students learn the basic rules and skills of the game, getting plenty of game-time experience. Leading this camp is Loyola’s Varsity Water Polo and swimming coach, Nick Breschi.
Ages 8-14. Fee: $170.00
June 21-June 25; 1:00PM-4:00PM
Loyola University Summer Summer children’s camp (Los Angeles, California, USA) – how to enroll in a camp, prices, reviews
- Location of Loyola University Summer School: Los Angeles, California, USA
- Age of students: 13-17 years old
- Dates: June 28-July 26 (arrivals and departures on Fridays / Saturdays / Sundays)
- Accommodation type: residence (full board)
- Type of study: joint (mixed)
- Language of instruction: English.
International School of Languages Summer Schools is one of the best deals in the USA for those who want to quickly and effectively learn English in a friendly atmosphere, meeting students from all over the world. For over 38 years, the network of summer schools has been successfully operating on the basis of the best educational institutions in the United States, offering international students effective, productive combined courses: English lessons combined with interesting leisure, entertainment and educational activities.
International School of Languages closely monitors the national balance of students in its courses, and also forms very small groups for classes (7-10 people): this allows qualified teachers to give each student maximum personal attention and care, to practice an individual approach. Particular attention is paid to the development of spoken language, oral English, increasing fluency and expanding vocabulary: this helps students to communicate freely with native speakers in any life situation.The International School of Languages (CISL) is CEA accredited, a member of the prestigious English US and NAFSA organizations, and the center programs have been recognized as one of the most effective short-term courses in the United States!
Los Angeles, home to Loyola University Los Angeles (Summer Children’s Camp), is the second largest city in the United States with a population of over 4 million. It is an important financial, cultural, economic and educational center, in addition, Los Angeles is known throughout the world as one of the capitals of the entertainment, gaming, television and film industries.More than 800 museums and art galleries are located here (for example, the Los Angeles Museum of Natural History, the Getty Museum – the largest in the state, the Museum of Modern Art), a huge number of theaters and cinemas (the Los Angeles County Music Center, Walt Disney Concert Hall – headquarters apartment of the prestigious Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra), the legendary Kodak Theater, which hosts the world-famous Academy Awards.
Loyola Marymount University (LMU) was founded in 1911 and today is considered one of the most equipped, promising and fastest growing universities in the United States.It is located near the coastal resort town of Marina Del Rey and covers an area of 128 acres: every day, students will be able to admire stunning views of the Atlantic coast and areas of Los Angeles, the City of Angels.
Sports and recreation camp “Sechenovets”
“SECHENOVETS” is our family
The summer student sports and health camp “Sechenovets”, located in the village of Lermontovo, Krasnodar Territory, celebrates in 2019 the 55th anniversary of its foundation.For more than half a century of history, it has been visited by about 20 thousand students and teachers of the Sechenov University.
The camp became the center
cultural and sports life, a place for summer holidays and just the soul of students. There are many traditions on which new generations of young doctors are brought up, while the camp continues to develop constantly.
All these years “Sechenovets” is a special distinctive student republic on the Black Sea coast, where such concepts as “friendship”, “love”, “brotherhood”, despite the changing times, do not lose their value.
Students, graduates and employees of the University, who have visited Sechenovets in different years, associate pleasant moments in their lives with it: someone discovered new talents in themselves, made new friends, and someone met their love.
By the way, the parents of many current students of the University met here, and now their children go to rest in the ageless camp.
Over the past years, it has become a good tradition to invite students from other universities to the first shift, the geography of which is constantly expanding.In 2019, Sechenovets welcomes children from St. Petersburg, Smolensk and Saratov, Krasnodar and Ufa, and, of course, from Moscow – about 400 students in total.
What is Sechenovets after more than half a century?
This is an unforgettable vacation on the sunny seaside in the Tuapse region.
These are daily adventures, sports and cultural events.
This is an opportunity to find a second home, family and sincere love.
This is a chance to self-actualize: to get out of the comfort zone and unleash the very potential that is so reliably hidden under the pile of medical knowledge. This is a whole new world of impressions and emotions that become vivid memories for a lifetime.
Everyone who at least once spent two weeks by the sea in this wonderful country says: “Sechenovets” is forever, this is our family! ”
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St. John’s Resumes Conference Play at No. 5 Georgetown
Story LinksQUEENS, N.Y. (Feb. 26, 2021) – After dropping its home opener on Sunday against Providence, the St. John’s lacrosse team travels to our nation’s capital this Saturday to take on No. 5 Georgetown at 12 p.m.
The contest will be broadcast live on HoyaVision, with live stats available at statbroadcast.com.
Saturday will mark the 20th all-time meeting between the two programs, with the Hoyas leading the series, 15-4. The two programs last met on April 27, 2019, when the Red Storm fell to then-No. 19/17 Georgetown, 14-10.
St. John’s (1-1, 0-1 BIG EAST) will look to jump back in the win column on Saturday after falling to Providence, 1-1, on Sunday. Despite the Red Storm’s setback to the Friars, graduate students Mike Madsen and Ryan Schaeffer both tallied three goals apiece. Schaeffer has racked up three goals in each of St. John’s two contests this season.
Joe Madsen extended his point scoring streak to 42 games against Providence, dishing out an assist to Dylan Willis in the second quarter of the game. The Johnnies’ attackman is currently tied with Maryland’s Logan Wisnuaskas for the fifth-longest streak in the country. Madsen has scored 96 goals and 25 assists during that period.
St. John’s and Georgetown lead the conference in caused turnovers this spring with 11 per game. The Red Storm ranks second in the BIG EAST for goals (13.5) and points (19.0) per game after its two outings.
Junior netminder Brody Agres ranks first in the conference with 10.5 saves per game, while Schaeffer, Willis, and the Madsen brothers all sit inside the top-10 for goals per game.
Georgetown (1-0, 1-0 BIG EAST) will play its first home match of the season this Saturday after securing a 15-point win over Villanova on the road last week. The Hoyas’ defense held the Wildcats scoreless for 51 minutes.
Graduate student Jake Carraway tallied eight goals and an assist in Georgetown’s win, earning BIG EAST Attackman of the Week and National Player of the Week by US Lacrosse.
The 2019 BIG EAST Champions were picked to finish second in the league’s preseason coaches’ poll, one spot behind Denver. The Hoyas have captured the last two conference championships.
Georgetown posted an undefeated record in 2020 with six wins. The Hoyas return 35 letter winners, including three players who scored at least 10 goals last season.
Washington is located on the Potomac River in the northeastern part of the country: it is the capital of the United States of America, distinguished by a large number of green parks and squares. Any child will be happy to spend their vacation time in the USA, because here he can easily and with pleasure combine rest and study. A large selection of language camps will allow you to choose the most suitable option for you: the population of the United States speaks English, although (an interesting fact!) The official language of the country has never been enshrined at the legislative level.Among the variety of language programs, there is a course for children with zero knowledge of the language.
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Advantages of language camps in Washington
- a wide variety of courses and programs
- classes in prestigious institutions
- equipping with the best modern equipment
- security 24 hours a day
- active extracurricular activities
- international environment
- high level of professional training of teachers
- small groups
- variety of attractions and entertainment.
The excursion program for children in the US capital is very diverse:
- White House
- Mount Vernon
- International Spy Museum
- National Zoo
- National Air and Space Museum
- Six Flags Amusement Park
- John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
- National Art Gallery
- Kings Dominion Park
- National Mall Walk
- George Washington Monument
- Lincoln Memorial.
Studying in Washington DC is a great option to spend time in an international environment, combining vacation and study in the United States with the best teachers.
Extra-curricular activities on the territory of schools and camps
Active leisure and a cultural program contributes to the development of self-confidence in children, the emergence of new hobbies, the discovery of talents:
- talent shows
- watching videos
- study visits to the campuses of the best American universities
- table tennis
- barbecue and picnics, outdoor recreation.
- horse riding
- educational programs for entertainment.
Sports games and competitions, friendly matches are regularly held, children often go on hikes and walks in the area, visit interesting museums, concerts and performances, relax in cinema and amusement parks.
Testing and issuance of a certificate
Upon admission, each prospective student writes an entrance test and passes an interview to check the oral speech in order to select the right group according to the level of knowledge and draw up a curriculum for maximum productivity during their stay in the camp.After the end of the course, the students pass the “graduation” test – this is how the teachers determine their level of knowledge and issue a confirmation certificate.
Examples of Top Camps in Washington DC
- The Georgetown University Summer Camp for Future Business Leaders is located in the heart of Washington on the banks of the Potomac River. The purpose of language courses for children and schoolchildren is not only to improve linguistic skills, but also to prepare for successful work and study in an international environment, to improve leadership skills.The programs are designed for ambitious schoolchildren aged 14 to 18 years old who dream of becoming entrepreneurs: this is a unique opportunity for future entrepreneurs to create a business plan from scratch, develop leadership skills and public speaking. In the process of training, students develop a business plan, analyze the market and demand, draw up a financial plan, learn to keep accounting, develop logistics, study the production system and marketing, and much more.
- Converse International School of Languages Summer Camp.Located on the grounds of Georgetown University in downtown Washington. The classic summer English course is aimed at improving all key language skills: grammar, writing, reading, writing and speaking, correct pronunciation, rich vocabulary and more. A course on the culture and history of the United States of America is provided. Groups of 7-8 people aged 14 to 17 years.
- Georgetown University Summer Camp with IT Programming – The allowed age of participants is from 7 to 17 years old.Georgetown University brings together like-minded people to study information and computer technologies: robotics, coding, computer games and design. Participant level: beginner to advanced. Examples of courses available: Code and Game Design, AI & Robotics, Minecraft Design, Coding 101, Entrepreneur Roblox, Java Coding, YouTube: Video Production, 3D Modeling with Autodesk Maya ”,“ Cybersecurity and Encryption ”and more.
- Summer School Rumsey Hall School will help improve the general level of knowledge of the English language and improve knowledge in basic academic subjects (emphasis on mathematics and computer science).The allowed age of students is from 8 to 15 years old. The participants of the programs live in a quiet and peaceful area near the Berkshire Mountains, and New York is located 130 km from the school, which makes all its entertainment and attractions available.
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Annapolis (A-NAP-A-lis) is the capital of the state of Maryland of the United States, as well as the regional center of Ann Arundel County. The Annapolis Hotel is located on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay at the Severn estuary, 25 miles (40 km) south of Baltimore and about 30 miles (50 km) east of Washington, in the Baltimore-Washington area.According to the 2010 census, the country’s population was 38,394.
Aerial view of Annapolis, Maryland and Chesapeake Bay
| Nicky: |
“Sailing Capital of America”, “Sailing Capital of the World”, “Naptown”, “Crabtown on the Bay”
| Motto: |
“Vixi Liber (90 Et Moriar13”
Location in Ann Arundel County
|Coordinates: 38 ° 58’23” N 76 ° 30 “04” W / 38.97306 ° N 76.50111 ° W / 38.97306; -76.50111 Coordinates: 38 ° 58’23 “N 76 ° 30” 04 “W / 38.97306 ° N 76.50111 ° W / 38.97306; -76.50111|
|Established 1649 Named for||Princess Anne Denmark and Norway|
|Body||Annapolis City Council|
|City Council|| |
|8.11 sqm (21.01 km 2 )|
|land||7.21 sq. M. (18.67 km 2 )|
|0.91 sq. M. (2.34 km 2 )|
|Increase||39 feet (12 m)|
| Population |
|38 394||(2019 year)||39 223|
|density||5 441.59 / sq.m. (2 101.05 / km 2 )|
|Time zone||UTC-5 (EST)|
|ZIP Codes|| |
21401 – 21405, 21409, 21411 – 21412
|Zone Codes||410 443|
|Roads||I-97, US 50, US 301, MD 2, MD 70, MD 178, MD 450, MD 665|
This city served as the site of the convention of the Confederation (formerly the Second Continental Congress) and the provisional national capital of the United States from 1783-1784. Then General George Washington addressed the body convened in the new House of Maryland and resigned as commander of the Continentitinenfederationinendefederationinentatanen. A month later, Congress ratified the Treaty of Paris of 1783, ending the American Revolutionary War, and Britain recognized the independence of the United States.The city and state capital was also the site of the 1786 Annapolis Convention, which called on states to send delegates to participate in the Constitutional Convention to be held next year in Philadelphia. More than 220 years later, in 2007, the Annapolis Peace Conference was held. Annapolis is the home of St. John’s College, founded in 1696; The United States Naval Academy, founded in 1845, sits near the city’s borders.
Colonial and early United States (1649 – 1808)The first official Annapolis flag, although not adopted until January 1965, is patterned after the personal royal badge of the British Queen Anne, after whom the city was named.Remembering Britain’s floral badge, the crown hangs over a whistle (representing Scotland) and a rose (representing England) growing from one stack to a portrait of their union in 1706-07 during Anne’s reign. Vixi liber et moriar means “I lived free and so I will die.”
A Maryland settlement called Providence was founded on the north bank of the Severn on the mid-west bank of Chesapeake Bay in 1649 by Puritan exiles from the Province / Dominion of Virginia, led by the third governor of the Wee property.0). Later, the settlers moved to the more sheltered harbor on the southern coast. The settlement on the south bank was originally called “The City of Proctor”, then “The City of the Severn”, and then “Anna Arundels Town” (after Lady Anne Arundell (1616-1649), wife of Che. Ilus Calvert, second Lord of Baltimore, who died soon after it).
In 1654, after the third English Civil War, parliamentary forces took control of the Maryland colony, and Stone went into exile further south across the Potomac River in Virginia.By order of Charles Calvert, fifth Lord of Baltimore, Stone returned the following spring at the head of Cavalier’s royalist force, loyal to the King of England. On March 25, 1655, in the so-called Battle of the Severn (the first colonial naval battle in North America), Stone was defeated, captured and replaced by Lieutenant General Yosias Fendall (1628888-116888) … Fandall ruled Maryland during the last half period of the Commonwealth in England. In 1660, he was succeeded by Philip Calvert (1626-1682) as the fifth / sixth governor of Maryland, following the reinstatement of Charles II (1630-1685) as King of England.
In 1694, shortly after the overthrow of the Catholic government of the second Royal Governor Thomas Lawrence (1645-1714), then the third Royal Governor Francis Nicholson (1655-1772728871669999999995511994111119959, the capital of the city of Anne was 985555955, moved to the capital of Anne Arundel and renamed the city of Annapolis in honor of the Princess of Denmark and Norway, soon becoming Queen Anne of Great Britain (1665-1714, vo11177200299) 714).Annapolis was incorporated as a city in 1708. Colonel John Seymour, Governor of Maryland, wrote to Queen Anne on March 16, 1709, with qualifications for municipal officials and provisions for fairs and market days for the city.
17th century Annapolis was little more than a village, but it grew rapidly for much of the 18th century until the American Revolutionary War, as the political and administrative capital, port of entry, and main center of the Atlantic slave trade. Maryland Newspapers, which became an important weekly magazine, was founded there by Jonas Greene in 1745; the theater was opened in 1769; trade was also significant during this period, but declined rapidly after Baltimore, with its deeper port, was converted into a port of entry in 1780. The main industries of the city were such industries as packing oysters, building boats and sailors. Annapolis is home to a large number of recreational boats that have largely replaced seafood in the city.
The Old Treasury Building on the State Circle (adjacent to the Maryland home) was built in 1735 and is the oldest operating government building in Annapolis.
View of Annapolis in 1797 , New York Public Library
Dr. Alexander Hamilton (1712-1756) was a Scottish doctor and writer who lived and worked in Annapolis. Leo Lemay recounts his travel diary Gentleman’s Progress of 1744: Dr. Alexander Hamilton’s Itinerarium “The finest single portrait of men and manners, rural and urban life, a wide range of society and landscapes in colonial America.”
Annapolis became the interim capital of the United States following the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783. Congress was held in the State House from November 26, 1783 to June 3, 1784, and on December 23, 1783 at Annapolis, General Washington resigned as Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army.
For the 1783 Congress, the Governor of Maryland commissioned John Shaw, a local cabinet official, to create the American flag. The flag is slightly different from other designs of the time.The blue field extends to the full height of the lift. Shaw created two versions of the flag, one that started with a red stripe and the other with a white one.
In 1786, delegates from all states of the Union were invited to meet in Annapolis to consider measures to improve trade regulation. Delegates from only five states — New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, New Jersey, and Delaware — actually attended the conference, then known as the “Annapolis Convention.” Without resorting to the activities for which they met, the delegates passed a resolution calling for another convention in Philadelphia next year to amend the articles of the Confederation.The Philadelphia Convention developed and approved the United States Constitution, which is still in force.
Civil War Era (1849 – late 1800s)
On April 24, 1861, Naval Academy medics relocated their base at Annapolis and were temporarily stationed in Newport, Rhode Island, until October 1865.
In 1861, on the campus of St. John’s College, the first of three camps built to contain suspended soldiers was established.In the second place of the camp, more than 20,000 people will be accommodated on parole, and at present it will be located in the place where the forest drive is. The third and final site was completed in late 1863 and will be located near the Elkridge Railroad to facilitate the advance transport of soldiers and resources and allow the camp to grow to its highest level. This area west of the city is still referred to as parole. The soldiers who did not survive were buried in Annapolis National Cemetery.View of Annapolis 1896
In 1900, the population of Annapolis was 8585 people.
On December 21, 1906, Henry Davis was lynched in the city. He is suspected of assaulting a local woman. No one has ever been tried for this crime.
During World War II, the shipyards in Annapolis built several PT boats, and warships such as minesweepers and patrol boats were built in Annapolis during the Korean and Vietnamese Wars.It was in July 1940 that the Grand Duchess of Luxembourg Charlotte came to exile in Annapolis during the Second World War.
In the summer of 1984, the 23rd Olympiad football games were held at the Naval Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis.
Between September 18-19, 2003, Hurricane Isabelle created the largest storm wave known in Annapolis history, suspended at 7.58 feet (2.31 m). Much of downtown Annapolis was flooded, and many businesses and homes in remote areas were damaged.The previous record was 6.35 feet (1.94 m) during Hurricane 1933 and 5.5 feet (1.7 m) during Hurricane Hazel in 1954. In the center of Annapolis there is a tidal “solar” flood. A Stanford University study found that this resulted in 3,000 fewer visits and $ 172,000 in lost profits for local businesses in 2017.
From mid-2007 to December 2008, the city celebrated the 300th anniversary of its Royal Charter of 1708, which established democratic self-government.Many of the cultural events of this celebration were organized in accordance with the Statute of Annapolis 300.
Annapolis was the home of the Battle of Ann Arundel of Bands County, which was held at Maryland Hall from 1999 to 2015. The event was a competition between bands from every high school in the county; over 17 years, he has raised over $ 100,000 for music programs at a county high school.
On 28 June 2018, in the Capital Gazette , a gunman opened fire, killing five journalists and wounding two more.The shooting was carried out by Jarrod Ramos.
Annapolis Conference 2007
As announced by the United States Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Annapolis was the site of the Middle East summit on the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, attended by Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (“Abu Mazena” ) and various other leaders of the region. The conference took place on November 26, 2007.
Historic InstitutionsMaryland: State House as seen from church circle
Maryland State House is the oldest in continuous legislative use in the United States.Construction began in 1772, and the Maryland legislature first met there in 1779. At its top is the largest wooden dome built without nails in the country. The Maryland State House housed the works of the US government from November 26, 1783 to August 13, 1784, and the Treaty of Paris was ratified on January 14, 1784, making Annapolis the first US capital in peacetime.
On December 23, 1783, George Washington resigned his commission before the Continental Congress.
United States Military AcademyUnited States Naval Academy, Bancroft Hall (c. 1908)
The American Naval Academy was founded in 1845 on the grounds of Fort Severn, and currently occupies territory reclaimed from the Severn near the bay Chesapeake. In the Annapolis area there was a VF-VF transmitter called “NSS Annapolis”, which was used by the US Navy to communicate with its Atlantic submarine fleet. Naval Academy students attend school for four years with a five-year commitment to serve in the Marine Corps or Navy.On average, the school has about 4500 students.
St. John’s College
St. John’s College is a non-religious private college that was once government-sponsored. It was opened in 1789 as the successor to the King William School, which was founded by Maryland law in 1696 and opened in 1701. Its main building, McDowell Hall, was originally supposed to be the governor’s mansion; although £ 4,000 was allocated for its construction in 1742, it was not completed until after the Revolutionary War.
St. John’s has a second campus in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Students can choose between two students and switch at any time in their studies. St. John’s curriculum relies heavily on the use of literature with their Great Book curriculum, which focuses on the texts of Western civilization. Each year, students are required to participate in a course workshop to discuss their assigned work. This program has been singled out as unique to St.John and requires students to be knowledgeable through reading about political science, philosophy, mathematics, language, and many other topics.
Annapolis is located 25 miles (40 km) south of Baltimore and 30 miles (48 km) east of Washington, DC, and is the closest state capital to the national capital.
The city is part of the Atlantic Coastal Plain and is relatively flat, with its highest point just 50 feet (15 m) above sea level.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the total area of the city is 8.10 square miles (20.98 km 2 ), of which 7.18 square miles (18.60 km 2 ) is land and 0.92 square miles (2.3 8 km2 ) – water.
Annapolis is located in the humid subtropical climate zone (Köppen Cfa ), with hot, humid summers, cold winters and heavy rainfall all year round. The low elevation and proximity to the Chesapeake Bay give the area milder spring and summer temperatures and slightly less extreme winter lows than other locations such as Washington DC.
|Climatic data for Annapolis, 1981-2010 normals, extremes 1894-present|
|Write High ° F (° C)|| 77 |
| 83 |
|) 92 9022|| 95 |
| 98 |
| 103 |
| 105 |
| 106 |
| 99 |
| 92 |
| 85 |
| 58 |
| 106 |
|Average Altitude ° F (° C)|| 42.7 |
| 45.5 |
| 53.2 |
| 63.9 |
| 72.9 |
| 81.6 |
| 85.8 |
| 84.0 |
| 76.9 |
| 66.3 |
| 56.9 |
| 46, 8 |
| 64.8 |
|Medium Low ° F (° C)|| 29.1 |
| 30.7 |
| 36.9 |
| 45.8 |
| 55.6 |
| 66.4 |
| 71.2 |
| 69.1 |
| 62.8 |
| 50.5 |
| 41.8 |
| 31.9 |
| 49.4 |
|Recording Low ° F (° C)|| -8 |
| -6 |
| 10 |
| 13 |
| 32 |
| 35 |
| 50 |
| 46 |
| 37 |
| 26 |
| 13 |
| -1 |
| -8 |
|Average precipitation (mm)|| 3.32 |
| 2.94 |
| 4.53 |
| 3.66 |
| 4.20 |
|4.17 9 0227 (106)|| 4.56 |
| 3.88 |
| 4.76 |
| 3.89 |
| 3.80 |
| 3.56 |
| 47.27 |
|Average Snowfall inches (cm)|| 4.4 |
| 0.4 |
| 0.3 |
| 0.0 |
| 0.0 |
| 0.0 |
| 0.0 |
| 0.0 |
| 0.0 |
| 0.0 |
| 0.2 |
| 0.8 |
| 6.3 |
|Average days of precipitation (≥ 0.01 in)||9.4||9.2||11.2||11.2||11.0||9.5||30.3||8.8||7.8||7.8||9.1||9.8||115.1|
|Average number of snow days||1.3||0.1||0.1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||tracing||0.6||2.1|
|Average relative humidity (%)||65||6060||66||68||68||70||71||71||67||67||66|
|Average solar time||5||6||7 9||9||9||8||7||5||5||7|
|P the percentage of possible sunlight||50||55||58||62||57||60||60||64||67||64||50||56||mid||2||1||5||6||8||9||9||8||7||4||1||2||90 6|
|Source 2: Weather Atlas|
|Climatic data for Annapolis|
|Month||Jan||Feb||Mark||Apr||Mark||Apr 945 910C Aug||Sep||Oct||Nov||Divide||Year|
|Average Sea Temperature ° F (° C)|| 46.7 |
| 45.1 |
| 46.0 |
| 51.5 |
| 57.4 |
| 69.1 |
| 76.1 |
| 77.8 |
| 73.9 |
| 66.7 |
| 57.9 |
| 51.7 |
| 60.0 |
|Source: Weather Atlas|
Districts and suburbs
- Admiral Heights
- Arnold Creek -Clare
- Circle Church and St Anne’s Church (Episcopal / Anglican), central Annapolis with Ann Arundel District Chamber (1812) with a number of rear annexes.
- Highland Beach
- Hillsmere Shores
- London Town
- Main Street, Town Pier and Town 9011 Quay 9011 Auditorium 9011 Quay
- Liberation – Former site of the Civil War prisoner of war exchange Camp Drole, 1861-1865, later 20th century residential and commercial development, including the first Palais shopping center in the 1960s.
- St. Margaret
- State District and Maryland Avenue – Location of the Maryland State Building (Capitol) in the 1770s and 1780s with adjacent government buildings for the General Assembly (State Legislature), executive departments, public Governor Square Bladen Buuawawawaarr and Doddhadd US Post Office Building for Annapolis
- West Annapolis
- West Street / Arts District
|1830||2 623||16 2 792||6.4%|
|1860||4 529||5 744||26.8%|
|1890||7 604 9019% 14|
|1990||33 187||4.6 90182000||35 838||8.0%|
|2019 (st.)||39 223||2.2%|
|Ten-year census in the United States|
At the time of the 2010 census, 38 394 people lived in the city, 16 136 households and 8 776 families. The population density was 5,347.4 people per square mile (2,064.6 / km 2 ). There were 17,845 housing units in the country with an average density of 2,485.4 per square mile (959.6 / km 2 ). The racial makeup of the city was 60.1% White, 26.0% African American, 0.3% Native American, 2.1% Asian, 9.0% from other races, and 2.6% from two or more races.Hispanics and Hispanics of any race made up 16.8% of the population.
There were 16,136 families in the country, of which 26.6% had children under the age of 18, 35.3% were married couples, 14.9% had female housewives without a husband, 4.2% had a male household without wives, 4 5.6% of them are not families. Of all households, 35.0% were made up of individuals and 11.1% had singles who were 65 years of age or older. The average family size was 2.34 and the average family size was 3.02.
The median age in the city was 36 years. 20.8% of residents were under the age of 18; 9.9% were persons aged 18 to 24; 31.1% ranged from 25 to 44; 25.3% ranged from 45 to 64 people; and 13% were 65 years of age or older. In the city, the share of men and women was 47.8%, and women – 52.2%.
As of 2000, 35,838 people, 15,303 households and 8,676 families lived in the city. The population density was 5,326.0 people per square mile (2,056.0 / km 2 ).There were 16,165 housing units in the country with an average density of 2,402.3 per square mile (927.4 / km 2 ). The racial makeup of the city was 62.66% White, 31.44% Black or African American, 0.17% Native American, 1.81% Asian, 0.03% Pacific Island, 21 67% from two or more races. 8.42% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.
There were 15,303 households in the country, of which 24.5% had children under the age of 18, 36.6% were married couples living together, 16.3% were housewives without a husband, and 43.3% were non-families.Of all households, 32.9% were made up of individuals and 9.2% had singles who were 65 years of age or older. The average family size was 2.30 and the average family size was 2.93.
The population was distributed in the city: 21.7% under the age of 18, 9.3% at the age of 18 to 24, 33.4% at the age of 25 to 44, 23.7% at the age of 45 under 64 and 11.9% in the city 5 years or older. The median age was 34 years. For every 100 females there are 90.0 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 86.8 males age 18 and over.
The median household income in the city was US $ 49,243 and the median household income was US $ 56,984 (according to 2007 estimates, this rose to US $ 70,140 and US $ 84,573, respectively) … Average the income of men was $ 39,548 versus $ 30,741 for women. The per capita income for the city was US $ 27,180. About 9.5% of families and 12.7% of the population lived in poverty, of which 20.8% were under the age of 18 and 10.4% were age 65 or over.
According to the City’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2018, the main employers in the city, excluding state and local authorities, are:
|1||Military US Academy||2 500|
|2||RVSK Central Chesapitsky District||502|
|1||Annapolis Marriott Waterfront Hotel||215||204|
|5||Telecommunication company “Comtech”.||200|
|7||Krabs & Ribs, Inc.||167|
|8||Lowes Annapolis Hotel||366|
|9||Severn Bankcorp Inc.||163|
|10||Head of Rams Tavern, Inc.||140|
Arts & Culture
Annapolis has a thriving community theater stage that includes two locations in the Historic District.
On East Street, Colonial Players produces about six shows a year in its 180-seat theater. Christmas Carol has been a seasonal tradition in Annapolis since it opened at the Colonial Players Theater in 1981. The 90-minute production of “Colonial Players” is based on a play by Charles Dickens, and is an original musical adaptation featuring pieces and lyrics by Richard Wade and music by Dick Gessner.Colonial Players, Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 1949. His first production, “ Male Animal “, was staged in 1949 at the Annapolis Recreation Center on Kompromida Street. In 1955, the organization moved to its site in a former auto repair shop on East Street.
During the warmer months, the Annapolis Summer Garden Theater presents three shows on its open stage, which is visible from the city doctor. The nonprofit Annapolis Summer Garden Theater has been providing theater under the stars since 1966, when it played “You Can’t Take It With You And By Brigadoon At The Carvel Hall Hotel.”In 1967, the company began leasing its site at 143 Compromise Street, the former location of the Blacksmith Show, and in 1990 took over the property.
The US Naval Academy Theater Group produces one “main play” each fall, and a one-act directed at students in the spring. Founded in 1847, the masquerade is the Navy’s oldest external activity. The show, which is taking place at Mahan Hall, has been selected to support the Academy’s English language curriculum.
The King William Players, an undergraduate theater group at St. John’s College, conducts two performances each semester in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium. Admission is usually free and open to the public.
Museums, Historic Sites, and MonumentsAbove Annapolis Street Annapolis main street downtown in September 2004
The Banneker Douglas Museum, located in the historic Mount Moraya Church at 87 Franklin Street, documents the history of African Americans in Maryland.Since its opening on February 24, 1984, the museum has provided educational programs, rotating exhibits, and a research center. Free admission.
Preble Hall, named after Edward Preble, houses the US Naval Academy Museum, founded in 1845. His Beverly R. Robinson collection contains 6,000 prints depicting European and American naval history from 1514 to World War II. It also houses one of the world’s finest collections of ship models donated by Henry Huttleston Rogers.Rogers’ donation spurred the construction of Preble Hall. About 100,000 people visit the museum annually.
The Hammond-Harwood House, located at 19 Avenue Maryland, was built in 1774 for a wealthy Maryland farmer, Matthias Hammond. Its design was adapted by William Buckland of Villa Pisani in Andrea Palladio to accommodate American colonial regional preferences. Since 1940, when the house was acquired from St. John’s College by the Hammond-Harwood House Association, it has served as a museum displaying a collection of John Shaw’s furniture and paintings by Charles Wee.Its exterior and interior have retained the original architecture of the late colonial mansion.View of the city dock from the Market House on the right and Main Street on the left.
The Annapolis City Dock is located at the foot of the main street that descends from the church circle and St. Anne’s Church. The marina is now a narrow waterway from Spa Creek, once called Carrol’s Creek, with a dock harbor, in the heart of the lower city. At the head of the pier is a small park with the Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley memorial with the Market House and an asphalt road circle surrounded by historic buildings.The market house, although relatively modern, has been in an area occupied by similar market houses since 1730, when the city market was moved from the State House area to where the main pier is located. The dock itself is now used primarily by recreational vessels rather than the commercial boats and boats of the Chesapeake Bay plumbers selling their catch. The marina and surroundings are in the Annapolis Colonial National Historic Site (NHL).
The Kunta Quinte-Alex Haley Monument, located in the park at the head of the city’s Doctor Annapolis, commemorates the arrival of Alex Haley’s African ancestor, Kunta Quinte, whose history is linked to Roots . A sculptural group at the site of the memorial portrait of Alex Haley sits reading from a book to three children. The final phase of the construction of the memorial was completed in 2002.
Paca House and Garden includes an 18th century Georgian mansion built by William Paca, signer of the Declaration of Independence.The hotel has a terraced garden that has been restored to its colonial design.
Annapolis is often the destination of the annual 3000 mile transcontinental race across America.
North of State House is a monument to Thurgood Marshall, the first black judge of the US Supreme Court and formerly a Maryland lawyer who won many important civil rights cases.
Situated directly in front of the Military Academy Bridge is the World War II Memorial, which was built in 1998 to symbolize the sacrifice made by the 275,000 Maryland citizens who joined the service to participate in the war.The memorial consists of 48 granite columns that represent 48 states during the war around the amphitheater, in which the names of 6,454 people who gave their lives in the war are named. Directly behind the memorial are both Maryland and US flags, as well as a star-shaped column with a seven-sided base representing Maryland as the seventh state in the Union.
On March 9, 2010, Major League Chesapeake Lacrosse relocated from Washington, DC to the Annapolis area at Navy Memorial Stadium.In 2013, Byhawks won the league championship, the Steinfeld Cup, for the fifth time.
Parks and RecreationKunta Quinte-Alex Haley Memorial at the city dock.
The city boasts over 200 acres (81 ha) of parkland, the largest of which is the 70-acre Truxtun Heights Park. Quiet Waters Park, a 340-acre regional park operated by Ann Arundel County, offers access to water, a playground, over six miles of paved trails, an ice rink, and a dog beach.
- Bayhead Park
- Bestgate Park
- Broad Creek Park
- Brodnetskiy Park
- Browns Wood Park
- Highway Generals Corridor Park
- Jones and 90 Ann Catharine Park Truxton Park
- Whitmore Park
- Wiley H. Bates Heritage Park
Events and Festivals
Annapolis hosts a variety of seasonal or holiday events and festivals throughout the year.Examples include the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade, May Day, and US Military Academy Commission Week.
City GovernmentAnnapolis City Hall Annapolis, MD, sign
Annapolis is governed by a weak system of mayors. The city council is made up of eight elders, elected from single-member districts. The mayor is elected directly by citywide vote. Since 2008, several elders have introduced unsuccessful charter amendments to create a council-manager system, a move opposed by Democrat Mayor Joshua J.Cohen, and his Republican successor Mike Pantelidis.
The state legislature, governor’s office, and courts of appeal are located in Annapolis. While Annapolis is the state’s only capital, several administrative agencies, including a number of cabinet-level departments, are based in Baltimore.
Annapolis has an Ann Arundel County public school system. Founded in 1896, Annapolis High School has an internationally recognized IB International program.
St.Annapolis, Aleph Beta Jewish Day School, Annapolis Christian School, St. Martin Lutheran School, Severn School, St. Mary High School (Annapolis, Mary) and, and indie. … The Key School, located on a converted farm in the Hillsmere area, has also served in Annapolis for over 50 years. An alternative school for Ann Arundel County, with about 160 students in grades 6-9, Maria E. Moss Academy, is also located in the Annapolis area.
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Capital covers Annapolis and Ann Arundel County news.
Roads and RoadsMD 665 in Annapolis
None of the major highways enter the city of Annapolis. However, outside the city, Interstate 595 / U.S. Route 50 / U.S. Route 301 crosses the region in the northwest, connecting the Annapolis area with Washington, DC, and the east coast of Maryland.Interstate 97 interchange with I-595 / US 50 / US 301 is a few miles west of Annapolis and provides the most direct connection to Baltimore. Maryland Route 2 also runs outside the city and is the best connection to South Maryland and also provides an alternative route to Baltimore.
The most notable roads leading directly to the city include Maryland Route 70, which connects downtown Annapolis with I-595 / US 50 / US 301, and Maryland Route 665, which also operates in the southwest part of the city.Other state highways serving Annapolis include Maryland Route 181, Maryland Route 387, Maryland Route 393, Maryland Route 436, Maryland March 4.
Annapolis Department of Transportation (ADOT) provides an eight-line bus service, collectively branded Annapolis Transit … The system serves a city with recreational areas, shopping centers, educational and medical facilities, and employment centers. ADOT also offers transportation for the elderly and disabled.Several Maryland Transportation Authority passenger buses also provide connections to Baltimore or Washington DC.
Annapolis is the only capital city in America east of the Mississippi River without any rail transport. From 1840 to 1968, Annapolis was connected to the outside world by rail. The Washington, Baltimore and Annapolis (WB&A) Railways operated two electrified intercity lines that brought passengers into the city from both the South and the North.The southern route ran down King George Street and Mine Street, leading directly to the State House, while the northern route entered the city via Glen Burney. In 1935, WB and A went bankrupt due to the effects of the Great Depression and suspended operations on the southern route, while the newly created Baltimore and Annapolis Railways (B&A) continued to operate on the northern route. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad steam trains also operated from time to time on a line to Annapolis, primarily for the Military Academy’s special movements.Ultimately, in 1950, the passenger rail service to B&A was discontinued; freight traffic ceased in 1968 following the conviction of a dilapidated trust crossing the River Severn. Eventually, these tracks were dismantled in 1976.
Government and politics
- James D. Beans was born in Annapolis and graduated from the US Naval Academy; later brigadier general in the MP Corps
- Sally Brees-O’Hara (born 1953), Annapolis High School graduate, 27th Vice Commandant of the US Coast Guard
- Charles Carroll (1723-1783), Congressman from Maryland
- Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832) Senator and Signer of the United States Declaration of Independence
- Pamela Chelgren-Koterba (b.1950), Former Officer of the NOAA Corps of Commissioners
- Peter K. Callins (1928-2012), Admiral, United States Navy
- Henry Winter Davis (1817-1865), United States Representative from Maryland
- John Eubanks, Republican Member of the House of Representatives Arkansas from Logan County; graduated from high school in Annapolis.
- John Hall (1729-1797), born in Annapolis, Maryland Delegate to the Continental Congress
- Alexander Conti Hanson (1786-1819), born in Annapolis, Congressman and Senator from Maryland
- Samuel M.Harrington (1882-1948), born in Annapolis, Brigadier General of the Ministry of Railways
- Reverdy Johnson (1796-1876), born in Annapolis, Senator from Maryland and Attorney General of the United States
- Frank J. Larkin, resident of Annapolis, Sergeant in the United States Senate
- William Duhurst Merrick (1818-1889), born in Annapolis, lawyer, professor at George Washington University, and Senator from Maryland
- William Pak (1740-1799), signatory to the Declaration of Independence of the United States as Representative of the State of Maryland
- Bill Belichk (1952-), lived in Annapolis, Annapolis High School graduate, New England Patriots head coach
- Donald Brown (1963-), professional footballer
- Debbie Meyer (1952-), born in Annapolis, three-time Olympic swimming champion
- Travis Pastrana, X Games athlete, former NASCAR driver
- Mark Teixeira (198 0-), born in Annapolis, retired professional baseball player for the New York Yankis
- John Henry Alexander (1812-1867), born in Annapolis, scientist, businessman and author
- John Bill Bordley (1727-1804 ), government official, farmer and author
- James M.Kane (1892-1977), born in Annapolis, author of Double Ransom , Mildred Pierce and The Postman Always Calls Twice
- Michelle Carey (1943-2018), born in Annapolis, actress El Dorado , Live a little, a little love
- Robert Duvall, actor, lived in the center of Annapolis
- Barbara Kingsolver (1955-), born in Annapolis, writer and poet
- Iris Krasnov (1954), author, professor of journalism and presenter Rapporteur
- Louise Platt, (- September 6, 2003)) American theater, film and television actress
- Christian Siriano, fashion designer and winner of the fourth season Project Runway
- Thorne Smith (1892-1934), author of the book Topper
- Stan Stearns (1935-2012), photographer of the iconic image 3-year-old John F. Kennedy, Jr. saluting the coffin of his father, US President John F. Kennedy
- Leo Strauss (1899-1973), a German-born Jewish philosopher specializing in the study of classical philosophy; spent the last three years of life teaching at St. John’s in Annapolis
- Brother Chidananda (1953-), President of the Self-Realization Foundation and Indian Yoga Satsang Society
- James Booth Lockwood (1852-1884), born in Annapolis, army officer and arctic explorer; the person who called Lockwood Island
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The Louisville Cardinals football team represents the University of Louisville in American football. The Cardinals compete in the Soccer Ball Division (FBS) of the National Student Sports Association (NCAA) and participate in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Early history (1912-1924)
The University of Louisville began playing football in 1912 when the Cardinals went 3-1. Louisville played at the club level for several years and the teams were mostly medical students.Beginning in 1914, the Cardinals joined the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association (SIAA) and they will participate in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC). Due to financial difficulties, Louisville did not participate in the 1917-1921 seasons.
When the Cardinals returned to football, they returned to the SIAA, which was undergoing a reorganization, having lost most of the major public schools, and thus became a small college conference. The Cardinals will face primarily Kentucky public schools such as Eastern Kentucky, Murray, Western Kentucky, and Morehead, as well as private public schools such as Center, Transylvania, Kentucky Wesleyan, and Georgetown College.
The Era of Tom King (1925-1930)
Tom King was the first coach to try to build a program in Louisville. King played college football at Notre Dame (1915-1916) under coach Palmer and Knut Rock. The king was a short-lived end for the Irish and was known for his athleticism and speed. Before he joined the soccer team for the punt returns he was on the track team and basketball team, where he was named captain in 1916.His experience at Notre Dame gave him ideas for developing a crime wing spread so that his dirty players could be better utilized. He often recruited players like him who had the opportunity to overtake their opponents.
His first standout was Fred Koster, who weighed only 160 pounds, but was not big enough to play in a men’s high school. Bonfire drew national attention to Louisville in 1926 with 68 points in his first 2 games of the season. In six games, Koster scored 18 touchdowns, 10 extra points and 2 field goals and finished second in college football with 124 points.Koster was an all-round athlete and was a letterman 16 times, 4 times in every baseball, basketball, soccer, and athletics career. Koster was a prominent forward for the basketball team, leading the team in goals scored in two years. In baseball, Koster played professionally for 10 years for the Philadelphia Phillies (one season), as well as the minor league teams Louisville Colonels and St. Paul Saints of the American Association. Reed, Billy. -Fred Koster – The First Card Superstar. ” Louisville – Cardinal of Football.Champaign, Il-Sports, 1997.5-9. Seal.
Tom King’s program was heading in the right direction until he decided to play in Detroit for $ 10,000. Rockne, who was the head coach of Notre Dame, and a fellow alumnus called King and asked if he would accept the game in Detroit because Rockne felt his team was not ready. When King asked what this meant for Louisville, Rockne replied: $ 10,000, which in 1928 was a significant amount for the athletics department. Louisville started the season with a 72-0 win over Eastern Kentucky, but when they traveled to Detroit they were injured and didn’t win a game or score until the end of the season as Detroit remained undefeated and took their share of the national championship. …title: Reed, Billy. “A Rough Introduction to Big Football.” Louisville – Cardinal Football. Champaign, Il-Sports, 1997.12-19. Print.
For another two years, King was the head football coach and director of athletics, baseball and basketball during his time in Louisville. Louisville athletics took a step back when Dr. Raymond Kent was declared the new president of Louisville. Dr. Kent began to cut budgets in the athletics department, making it difficult for teams to move and gear.King, on the advice of his friend Rockne, moved and became an assistant coach in Michigan in 1933.
The Louisville Athletics took a step back in all sports and had one winning season in football before World War II. With the outbreak of World War II, Louisville, like many college sports programs across the country, was put on hold until 1946. During this time, Louisville played mostly in the KIAC and set a record of 73-118-8 with 378 percent wins.
Frank’s Camp Era (1946-1968)
Frank Camp revived the cardinal program in 1946 after the end of World War II.Camp was a collegiate player at the University of Transylvania in football and basketball went on to amass a 102-35-04 record as a high school coach before he was tabbed for a major job in Louisville. The camp was responsible for the transition from the traditional KIAC competition and towards a more competitive schedule, including a box match against some powerhouse traditional teams. The camp will see success early after being 7-0-1 in its second year and has been accredited for being able to gel current players with recruits returning from the war.
Camp, like King, will see another president raise resources and scholarships in the early 1950s, and Otto Knop, hired by Bear Bryant of Kentucky at the time, and Johnny Unitas, hired by Indiana, will choose to stay. in Louisville and play for camp. A lot of talent went to Louisville, and they experienced a recession from 1950 to 1954. Camp had only two losing seasons to the end of his career. The loss of the scholarship resulted in the loss of talent on the team. So when scholarships became available again, Camp began recruiting black players and integrating the Louisville sports program.Camp’s legacy stems from the three players he brought to Louisville: Johnny Unitas, Lenny Lyles, and Otto Knop.
Camp’s most lasting legacy has been pioneering integration into southern athletics. Camp’s first African American player was Lawrence “Bumpy” Simmons, a local product from Central High School. He played only one year in 1952 and left the team on good terms. Camp will invite Andy Walker, George Kane, and Lenny Lyles in 1954 to become the first black fellows of Louisville.After the university was integrated in 1951, Camp and his assistant coach Wood began looking for potential candidates. Coach Wood was instrumental in attracting Lyles, who was also an athletics star. All three players will be in the starting lineup, with Lyles and Kane becoming a dangerous backfield tandem. Reed, Billy. “Frank Camp – The Keystone of the Cardinals.” Louisville – Cardinal Football. Champaign, Il-Sports, 1997.28–36. Print.
Camp would introduce the Memphis rivalry, pulling Kart out of independence and joining the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC), and lead Kart to their first bowling game during his tenure.The University of Louisville released its first bowl on January 1, 1958, when Frank Camp’s team defeated Drake 34-20 at the Sun Hour. The victory over Drake’s Bulldogs marked the beginning of an almost perfect season for the Cardinals. Wofle finished with a 9-1 record. The Louisville team was led by Lead National Coach Lenny Lyles. Unfortunately, Lyles fell injured in the first quarter. He only drove six yards on two carriers. With Lyles absent, Ken Porco and Pete Bryant took the lead. Porco ran 119 yards on 20 runs.Bryant added 80 yards on 14 passes and also threw a 20-yard pass.
Camp coached the Cardinals until his retirement after the 1968 season. Camp record holder for most Cardinals wins among head coaches in Louisville football history. Camp will also see the Cardinals leave Parkway Field and move to Manual Stadium. The stadium had 17,000 seats and was a relief for the players because they no longer had to play on the baseball field and it was well lit. The Cards will then move to Old Cardinal Stadium in 1957 and will serve as their home until they move to Cardinal Stadium, Papa John’s former Cardinal Stadium in 1998.In their first season at Cardinal Stadium, the Cardinals finished the season 9-1, winning their first Cup in the Sun Bowl against Drake 34-20. Louisville ended I-A’s independence by joining the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) in 1963, only to become independent again in 1974. During Camp’s tenure in Louisville, he amassed a 118-95-2 record with a 1-0 cup record to become the most successful coach in Louisville. He retired after the 1968 season.
Five games in Johnny Unitas’ rookie season (Unitas was allowed to play as a rookie because Louisville was not NCAA), Unitas entered the game against St. Bonaventure when Louisville was 19-0 behind.Unitas completed 11 consecutive passes, 3 touchdowns, in continuous rain and helped put the cards forward, 21-19. But St. Bonaventure scored the last field goal and Louisville lost 22-21. With Unitas in front, Louisville won his next four games, including a 35-28 win over Houston. Louisville was an underdog with 19 points against the Cougars. In this game, the Cardinals were leading 28-21 and in the fourth quarter had possession on their eight-yard line. After two bad moves, Unitas returned to his end zone, bypassed two defenders and passed to Babe Ray, who scored a 92-yard TD.
The next day at the Louisville Courier Journal, reporter Jimmy Brown wrote: “If Coach Frank Camp is smart, he’ll take Unitas, put him in a plastic bag, and stash him with the Cardinals’ uniform for the winter.”
In its second season, Unitas completed 77 of his 154 passes and threw 12 TDs. Louisville went 3-8 this year. In Florida, Unitas completed 17 of 22 runs in a 41-14 win. Louisville, however, nearly lost Unitas after its sophomore season following an administrative hassle that saw 15 players fired from school, leaving the Cardinal’s roster empty.
Unitas was thinking about leaving and moving to Indiana. But he chose not to leave when he was reminded that Indiana had avoided him early in his career. Unitas holds only a handful of records in Louisville, most outshined by quarterbacks John Madeia, Ed Rubbert, Browning Nagle, Jeff Brom, Marty Lowe, Chris Redman, Dave Ragon and Stefan Lefors. Unitas ended his career with 247 of 502 assists on 2,912 yards and 27 touchdowns.
Unitas left Louisville and began a ninth round pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1955, but was cut by them in a numbers game.The Steelers had four defenders they only need three. Unitas was an odd person from.
After cutting, Unitas took a job with the Pittsburgh Tile Company and then joined the Bloomfield Rams semi-professional team. He made six dollars a game. But Unitas lingered briefly in the bush league. The Colts found out about him and invited him to a test. He made it to the team by signing up for $ 7,000.
Unitas was inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in 1979 and his record 47 consecutive touchdown passes is a record compared to Joe DiMaggio’s 56-game hit streak.(Drew Brees broke the record in 2012.)
From 1954 to 1957, Lenny Lyles was an outstanding player on both sides of the Louisville Cardinals football program. Despite facing numerous unpleasant crowds during his time in Louisville, he was always supported by coaches and teammates. During a recruiting trip to IU, athletics star Milt Campbell advised Liles against IU that Liles move to his home university and play for Camp.The Central High product became a prize for Louisville, not only for his skill on the field, but also for helping to attract other black players to school. Louisville was coming out of a state where sports were neglected and scholarships were now available. Reed, Billy. “Liles helps the cards like the Trailblazers in the South.” Louisville – Cardinal Football. Champagne, Il-Sport, 1997. 59-70. Seal.
Four-year-old Cardinals starter, Liles averaged 2,786 yards on the ground and scored a high school landing record of 42 touchdowns in his storied career, including 18 in 1957 to set a one-season record that lasted over 40 years.He is the second highest scoring leader ever in school history with 300 points in his legendary career. He became the first Cardinal to surpass 1,000 yards in a single season. In 1957, his 1,207 yards not only brought him national recognition, but also topped all college football. He was selected in the first round of the 1958 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Colts, where he teamed up with Johnny Unitas.
A four-year Letterwinner at the linebacker and center from 1949 to 1952, Otto Knop earned the Associated Press Little All-America honors a sophomore and United Press International All-America freshman.He was inducted into the UofL Sports Hall of Fame in 1979 in second induction class, and in 1994 was inducted into the Kentucky Sports Hall of Fame. His most memorable moment was an awkward recovery that resulted in a tie-in touchdown at a staggering 13-13 dead end in the heavily favored Miami, Florida in 1950.
The era of Lee Corso (1969-1972)
Following Frank Camp’s retirement, Navy defense coach Lee Corso was recruited to become Louisville’s football head coach.Under Corso, the Cardinals passed 28-11-3. In the final season, Corso finished 9-1 and finished 18th in the AP’s final poll. Corso will be the final manager until John L. Smith leaves Louisville with a record overall result. After four seasons in Louisville, Corso left to become Indiana’s head football coach. Today Corso is a renowned football analyst at ESPN College Gameday.
Ellie, Gibson & Weber (1973-1984)
Following Lee Corso’s departure, Louisville’s football program struggled hard as fan support grew weaker and weaker.The years between Corso’s departure and the arrival of Howard Schnellenberger are considered dark years for Louisville football. Louisville only made one bowl appearance during the tenure of W.W. Allie, Vince Gibson and Bob Weber, 1977 Independence Bowl, which they lost to Louisiana Tech. All three of these head coaches had lost records at Louisville. TV Allie was hired to replace Corso but was fired after two unsuccessful seasons. Vince Gibson was hired to head the football program. During Vince Gibson’s stay in Louisville, Gibson dubbed his team The Red Fury.Although the nickname is no longer used to describe the football team, several other collegiate organizations have used the nickname “Red Fury” over the years. Gibson had the best overall record of the three coaches between Corso and Schnellenberger at 25-29-2. After Gibson came Bob Weber, who went 20-35 in five seasons. Following Weber’s tenure, sports officials considered dropping from I-A (now FBS) to I-AA (now FCS) in football, due to on-field programming and low attendance and fan support, but decided to stay at the I-A level.
While this was the low point for the Cardinals in their history, they did produce notable talent for the NFL. Walter Peacock (1972-1975), a leading player in Louisville history, will be the first star of this era, with Peacock making up the majority of Card’s offense at 3,204 yards. On the defensive side of The Legends of Louisville, Frank Minnfield (1979–82), Otis Wilson (1977–79), and Dwayne Woodruff (1976–78) continued their long NFL careers. Louisville will also begin producing elite wide receivers such as Ernest Givens (1984–85) and Mark Clayton (1979–82), Clayton becoming the first Cardinal to break the 1,000 yard mark with 1,112 reception yards in a season (1981).) until Arnold Jackson surpassed him in 1998. Joe Jacoby (1978–80) went on to a very successful career in the NFL, winning 3 Super Bowls and 4 pro bowlers for the Washington Redskins. Jacoby wasn’t the only striker to have a long career in the NFL. Bruce Armstrong played 13 seasons with the New England Patriots, during which time he has 6 Pro-Bowl and 2 2-team picks.
The Age of Howard Schnellenberger (1985-1994)
After five unsuccessful seasons under Bob Weber, Howard Schnellenberger, a Louisville native and 1983 National Champion as head football coach in Miami, was hired in the hopes of making Louisville a national title contender for the first time.At a press conference announcing his hiring, Schnellenberger drew a laugh when he said the Cardinals were “on a collision course with the national championship. The only variable is time. ”
Before taking a job in Louisville, Schnellenberger transformed Miami’s modest football program, which had been nearly dropped from the sports department, into a national champion in five years. Schnellenberger also played in Kentucky and served as an offensive coordinator in Alabama under Bear Bryant.His hiring brought excitement to Louisville football never before seen among Louisville fans. His best team was the 1990 squad, which went 10-1-1 and defeated Alabama in 1991 at the Fiesta Bowl en route to appearances in the final media polls. The 1990 season marked what was then the most successful decade in U of L football history. His teams earned 90 percent of all school television appearances, first appeared in the main cup and helped increase attendance by nearly 40 percent, averaging over the past six years more than 1000 people exceeded the stadium capacity.
His teams played from coast to coast against the best teams in the country and won victories against such teams as Texas (1), Alabama (1), Michigan (1), North Carolina (1), Virginia (1) , North Carolina (1), West Virginia (1), Boston College (1), Arizona (2) and Pittsburgh (4). Schnellenberger would also see a lot of talent playing in the NFL. His cardinal players included Ray Buchanan, Ted Washington, Sam Madison, Jeff Brom, Roman Aubin and Joe Johnson.
Schnellenberger also took Louisville to the Liberty Cup in 1993, where he defeated Michigan. 1993 will be a reflection of what the coach was trying to build by scheduling matches in Texas, Texas, Tennessee, Arizona, Pittsburgh and West Virginia. After Louisville announced that he would relinquish his independent status and join the United States Conference, the weak football conference at the time, for the 1995 season, Schnellenberger left for Oklahoma after the 1994 season. Years later, he said the Cardinals would not be able to compete for the national championship by playing in Conference USA.Although he never won a national title in Louisville, he managed to revive the program, which was on life support at the time of his arrival. For this reason, despite losing 54-56-2 overall in 10 seasons (largely due to his first three teams winning just eight matches), he remains in good favor with the Cardinal’s fans.
Schnellenberger’s lasting legacy in the U of L, however, is the new cardinal stadium he proposed from the moment he arrived.Schnellenberger planned and raised money to build it, but left for Oklahoma before the stadium opened. In 2006, Louisville named the Cardinals’ soccer field the Howard L. Schnellenberger Football Complex with Schnellenberger in attendance ahead of the U Game L against Florida Atlantic University. The Most Valuable Player Award for the Annual UofL-UK Game is also named after him because he was born and raised in Louisville and played in Kentucky.
The Age of Ron Cooper (1995-1997)
Following Howard Schnellenberger’s departure for Oklahoma, Ron Cooper was hired from Eastern Michigan, where he had a 9-13 record in two seasons as head football coach.Cooper was also an assistant at Notre Dame under Lou Holz. Cooper was the first African American head coach in Louisville football history, as well as the youngest. He was 32 years old when he was appointed head coach. The committee responsible for Cooper’s recruitment was very impressed with his optimism and vision for the program. Louisville went 6-5 and 5-6 in Cooper’s first two seasons, but dropped to 1-10 in Cooper’s third and ultimately final season, prompting newly hired sports director Tom Juriche to fire Cooper.
The Age of John L. Smith (1998-2002)
Following Ron Cooper’s firing, Yurich hired Utah head coach John L. Smith as the new head football coach in Louisville. Smith started the program and went 7-5, 7-5, 9-3, 11-2, and 7-6 in his five seasons as head coach. On December 19, 2002, Smith took over as head coach in Michigan. He informed his players in Louisville of the halftime GMAC Bowl decision, which ended in a 38-15 defeat to Marshall.
Smith’s teams were renowned for their offensive prowess. “John L.,” as he was called, also kicked off the cycle of delivering excellent college quarterbacks to Louisville, starting with Chris Redman (1996-99), Dave Ragon (1998-2001) and Stefan Lefors (2000-03). There will be excellent receivers on the receiving side, including all-time NCAA setter Arnold Jackson (1997-2000), Ibn Green (1996-99) and future Super Bowl MVP Deion subsidiary (2001-02).
The era of Bobby Petrino (2003-2006)
Bobby Petrino, Auburn’s offensive coordinator and former Louisville offensive coordinator under Smith’s leadership, has been hired as a new head football coach.Petrino also served as the NFL Jacksonville Jaguar Attack Coordinator under Tom Coughlin and trained Jake Plummer as an Assistant Coach in Arizona. Petrino had a reputation for being an aggressive juggernaut and the results showed. The high-score attack that was seen during John L. Smith’s tenure not only continued but improved under Petrino’s leadership. In 2004 and 2006, during Petrino’s tenure, Karty took sixth place in the national rankings.In four seasons, Petrino passed 41-9 as head coach, the best win rate (.82) of any head coach in Louisville football history. Prior to the 2006 season, Petrino agreed to an extension of his ten-year contract with Louisville, giving the impression that he would be in Louisville for a long time. In 2006, Louisville went 12-1, winning the Big East Championship and the Orange Bowl, the school’s first appearance in a Bowl Championship game. The Cardinals had hoped to play in a BCS national championship match before losing in November at Rutgers.After winning the Orange Bowl and just six months after agreeing to a contract renewal, Petrino left after accepting an offer to become the head coach of the NFL Atlanta Falcons, a position he retired before completing his first season after 13 games.
During his first tenure as head coach, Petrino coached the likes of Stephen LeFors, Brian Brom, Hunter Cantwell, Michael Bush, Harry Douglas, Gary Barnidge, Elvis Dumerville, Amobi Okoye and William Gaye.
Steve Kragthorpe era (2007-2009)
Less than 48 hours after Petrino left for the Atlanta Falcons, Steve Cragthorpe was recruited from Tulsa, where he spent 29-22 seasons as head football coach. Things went downhill in Cragthorpe’s first season when the Cardinals, having just won the Orange Bowl with the majority of their players back, started the season by placing first in the top 10 in the AP and Coaches poll, but struggled to break the record 6 -6 and have not been invited to the bowls for the first time since Ron Cooper’s last season in 1997.This was followed by the 2008 5-7 season, and after the 2009 4-8 season ended, Djuric fired Cragthorpe. Most fans and the media felt that Cragthorpe was not successful, was not a strong recruiter, and never supervised the program throughout his tenure as head coach.
The Age of Charlie Strong (2010-2013)
On December 9, 2009, Charlie Strong was hired as the 21st head coach of Louisville. Strong was the defensive coordinator for 11years in South Carolina and Florida, training under the likes of Lou Holtz and Urban Meyer.Strong is the second African American head football coach in Louisville football history.
After back-to-back 7-6 seasons in 2010 and 2011, Strong led Louisville to an 11-2 season in 2012 capped Sugar Bowl victory over Florida, Louisville’s second BCS game win in school history, and after the season, Strong agreed to the terms a new contract that made him the seventh highest paid head football coach in the country.
Strong’s 2013 Cardinals set an overall record of 12: 1 with a victory over Miami in the Russell Athletic Bowl.The 12-win season marks the second in the history of the Cardinals’ programs. On November 28, 2012, it was announced that Louisville would be joining the Atlantic Coast Conference starting in 2014. On January 4, 2014, it was announced that head coach Charlie Strong would be leaving Louisville to take over as head coach for Texas soccer.
Return of Petrino (2014–2018)
In January 2014, seven years after leaving for the Atlanta Falcons, Bobby Petrino left Western Kentucky to return to Louisville as head coach following Strong’s departure.In 2015, the team won the Music City Bowl in their sophomore year under Petrino, thanks in part to the outstanding performance of rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, who ran 226 yards and scored four touchdowns.
The following season, Jackson, now a full-time starting quarterback, continued to impress, going through 30 touchdowns and rushing 21 more, leading Louisville to a 9-4 record, highlighted a 63-20 win over then Florida’s No. 2. Jackson has won the Heisman Trophy, Maxwell Prize and Walter Camp Prize, the first time a Louisville player has won any of the three.Despite huge personal successes, the team lost out in the Citrus Bowl to the slightly favored LSU Tigers.
Unfortunately for Petrino and the Cardinals, Jackson’s presence masked serious flaws in attacking lines, running play and defense. These weaknesses were fully exposed in 2018. The Cardinals bottomed out with a seven-game losing streak, including breakthroughs by Clemson and Syracuse totaling 131-39. Days after Petrino was fired with a record of 2-8. Second coach Lorenzo Ward was appointed as interim coach to end the season, which ended with two more losses.The Cardinals finished the season 2-10, their worst season in two decades.
Era of Scott Satterfield (2018 – present)
On December 4, 2018, Louisville hired Scott Satterfield as the program’s 22nd other head coach. Satterfield was previously the head coach of his Appalachian alma mater for the past 6 seasons.
Louisville was both independent and associated with multiple conferences.
Missouri Valley Conference (1963-1974))
Big East (2005-2012)
American Sports Conference (2013)
Atlantic Coast Conference (2014-present)
Louisville claims nine conference championships.
Louisville have played 23 cup games, with an overall cup record of 11-11-1.During the BCS era (1998-2013), the Cardinals appeared in two BCS bowl games. Louisville attended the bowl every season from 1998 to 2006 and had an eight-season streak of bowl performances (2010-2017).
The Louisville Cardinals football team plays their home games at Cardinal Stadium. Prior to that, the team played their matches at the Old Cardinal stadium. The stadium was built with a capacity of 42,000 people in 1998 for $ 63 million.However, by the 2010 season, the university had completed a massive expansion and renovation. The $ 72 million project, which began in December 2008, includes a raised south deck connecting the east and west sides of the stadium, 33 additional suites, 1,725 additional club seats, a second 100-yard clubhouse and an additional 13,000 reclining chairs. bringing the total capacity to over 55,000 seats. The stadium was expanded again in 2018, adding 5,800 seats to bring the total stadium capacity to 60,800 seats.
Cardinal Stadium hosted its 20th Cardinal Football season in 2017. In particular, since 1998, cardinals have been at home for 70-25 people. Louisville remained undefeated at home in 2001 and 2006 and won the school’s record 20 home games in a row from 2004 to 2007 (Syracuse ended the streak with a 38-35 win in 2007). The building, located on the south end of the Metropolitan Campus, is under construction and expandable to more than 80,000 places.
The Howard Schnellenberger Football Complex, which honors the Cardinal’s former head coach, is also located inside the stadium and houses the team’s coaches, staff, training hall, strength and conditioning area, and academic services for student athletes.Schnellenberger originally proposed to build Cardinal Stadium on campus during his time in Louisville, and is credited with preserving this project.
Old Cardinal Stadium
Cardinal Stadium is the name of a former college and minor league baseball and college football stadium in Louisville, Kentucky. It is located on the grounds of the Kentucky Convention Center, and was named Fairgrounds Stadium when it first opened its doors to baseball in 1957.
The lone Bluegrass Bowl was held here in 1958. Cardinal Stadium was home to the Louisville Raiders football team from 1960 to 1962. It was home to two minor league baseball teams in Louisville – the Louisville Colonels in 1968-1972 and the Louisville Redbirds in Louisville. 1982-1999 It was supposed to be home to the Kansas City American Athletics League when owner Charles O. Finley signed to move the team to Louisville in 1964, but the American League owners voted against the move.Kentucky AFA Pathfinders played at Cardinal Stadium from 1979-1980. It also served as home to the University of Louisville football team from 1957 to 1997 and their baseball team from 1998 to 2004. It was also heavily used as a high school football stadium, hosting the 1964-2002 state championship games, including all four state championship games held annually from 1979-2002. Several local schools also played some games at Cardinal Stadium prior to 1998, including the annual Saint Xavier and Trinity Rivalry, which featured two of the city’s main Catholic boys’ schools (a game now played at Cardinal Stadium) …
The University of Louisville Indoor Training Center Trager Center north of Cardinal Stadium was officially opened on Thursday December 1, 2019, and was used by the Cardinal football team. The indoor training facility includes a 120-yard FieldTurf course, a 100-meter four-lane sprint track, pole vaulting and long jump pits, and baseball and softball cages. It is also equipped for soccer, field hockey and lacrosse teams.
The Louisville and Kentucky Football Series were revived in 1994 following the success of the basketball series, which resumed in 1983. They played all games at Sodruzhestvo Stadium until the new Cardinal Stadium was built in 1997. The UK leads all 17-15 streaks, with Louisville leading the revived 15-11 streak since 1994. Louisville played for Kentucky in the first 4 seasons and twice in the 1920s, keeping the Cardinals unsettled in all competitions.Kentucky then left the SIAA in 1922 and joined the Southeast Conference, since then limiting its game to public schools. It will be 70 years before these two schools collide with each other again.
In 2013, it was announced that the game would be rescheduled for the season finale after Louisville moved to ACC in 2014. This scheduling change is in line with the other end of the year SEC versus ACC Rivalry Games such as Georgia versus Georgia Tech, Florida versus Florida State and South Carolina versus Clemson.Kentucky leads the series 17-15 for the 2019 season.
Louisville tops the streak with Memphis from 24 to 19 in the 2019 season.
Cincinnati leads the 30-22-1 rankings for the 2019 season.
Cardinal was chosen as a mascot in 1913 by the wife of Dean John Patterson to ward off the bird of Kentucky. The mascot in the costume did not appear until 1953, when the cheerleaders first introduced T.Lee Adams in action costume. Now the cardinal bird, named Louis, appears at most sports events in Louisville and, along with the spirit squad, leads the crowd of cheerleaders. During some home soccer matches, Louis could sometimes be seen skydiving in the PJCS as well as in the stands, starting C-A-R-D-S singing to the crowd. Other responsibilities are to lead the team onto the field early in the game and take part in the pre-game and break performances of the marching band.
Cheerleading and Lady Birds
The cheerleader team is a national power.A large team of co-rivals won 15 National Cheerleader Association Collegiate Championships (1985-86, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1996, 1998-99, 2003-05, 2007-09, 2011), the entire girls team won 9 championships (1998- 99, 2001-05, 2009, 2011) and the small team of co-opponents won 7 championships (2005-11). Spiritual groups at the University of Louisville have more national titles than any other sport offered at the university. The teams are trained by James Speed, Todd Sharp, Misty Hodges.
University of Louisville Ladybugs are 20-time national champions who won their seventh national title in 2008, after winning consecutive titles for the team in 2007. In 2004, they successfully defended their crowns in the 2002 and 2003 Nationals. The Student Dance Alliance and U of L championships also won the title of the Universal Dance Association in 1995 and 1997. Ladybugs have long had success, making it to the top five in 13 national competitions over the past 19 years.The group is led by trainer Cheryl Knight.
The University of Louisville Cardinal Marching Band consists of UofL and Metroversity students from the Louisville area. The group has featured on ESPN, ABC World News Tonight, Oprah, Sports Illustrated, Extreme Makeover – home edition to name just a few. Marching Cards also has a variety of spring semester performance groups including dance ensemble, brass band, and brass band.The Marching Cards is an official band that has performed annually in the Kentucky Derby since 1938 under the title My Old Kentucky Home.
The University of Louisville Football Program has created its annual tradition of card march before all domestic football competitions to help fans get into the stadium early and give the football team that extra inspiration before the game. The tradition began with the team’s buses stopping at the Denny Krum Overpass on Central Avenue and walking down the tunnel to the stadium.The change took place in 2013, when the Card March started about two hours and 15 minutes before the announced one (example 1 – 15p.m. for Sunday start 3 – 30p.m.). Team buses will drop the players off at Floyd Street at the south end of the stadium, which is the entrance to the Bronze D / E lots. After exiting the buses, the team will enter gate 4 and then head to the stadium. Fans are encouraged to arrive early and greet the players with the help of the UofL marching band, cheerleaders and ladybugs.Fans should note that if any bad weather conditions occur during the scheduled March of the Kart, the team will travel to the back of the Howard Schnellenberger Football Complex and will not travel to the designated March of the Kart location.
Johnny Unitas statue
At Cardinal Stadium, on the flight deck, sits the legendary defender himself. One of the most famous UofL athletes, Johnny U No. 16 Jersey is the only Cardinal Football Jersey with him and the number has retired.This statue helps celebrate Unitas’ stellar career as the players give him a chance to rub his luck before taking him onto the pitch.
Helmets and Logos
Louisville has gone through many changes in helmets over the years. Visually below is a list from 1960 to the present day. Until 1960, Louisville would use traditional brown leather helmets until they wear all white helmets without masks. Louisville jerseys have traditionally remained the same as plain white jerseys with red lettering or red jerseys with black lettering.As you can see in the picture by Fred Koster, vertical stripes were common on many national teams of the time. With the advent of new games called by radio, numbers appeared on the helmet and sleeves to help identify players on the field. Sometime in the mid-2000s, Louisville added a new uniform combination, including an all-black uniform as an alternative. Louisville and Adidas recently signed an approximately $ 39 million contract. Since then, Adidas and Louisville have teamed up on many great projects to gain the attention of recruits and the media.In the most recent news, Louisville sported an all-chrome red helmet against Florida State University on September 17, 2016. A butterfly pattern was painted on the back of these special helmets to pay tribute to the late Muhammad Ali.
Individual Honors and Outstanding Players
College Football Awards
numbers for seniors
Louisville honored the jerseys of 18 former players. Their number remains active, with the exception of # 16 Johnny Unitas, who was retired in his honor.
Louisville honors the following players.
All American and famous players
Consensus and Unanimity of the First Team of All Americans in bold.
David Akers – former Philadelphia playiner Eagles
Jair Alexander – former quarterback, ranked as the best undercover defender in all college football in 2016, team captain in 2017, finished 18th in the 2018 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers …
Bruce Armstrong is a former New England Patriots striker.
Gary Barnidge – Former narrow finish, especially with the Cleveland Browns.
Dion Branch – wide receiver, 2005 Super Bowl MVP with New England Patriots
John Brewer – Philadelphia Eagles quarterback.
Teddy Bridgewater is a quarterback recruited in 2014 by the Vikings of Minnesota, with the Carolina Panthers.
Jeff Brom – Former quarterback with the San Diego Chargers, Washington Redskins, San Francisco 49ers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns, now the head coach of Purdue.
Doug Buffon is a former linebacker with the Chicago Bears in particular.
Curry Burns – former security, notably with the New Orleans Saints
Michael Bush – former runner, drafted in 2007 by the Oakland Raiders
Mark Clayton – former wide receiver, notably Miami Dolphins
Jeron Christian – former attacking linesman, considered the team’s best attacking linesman of the 2016 and 2017 seasons, team captain in the 2017 season
Elvis Dumervil – defensive end, played for Denver Broncos, Baltimore Ravens, and San Francisco 49ers
Adam Frohman – former
quarterback William Gay – former cornerback formed by Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007 NFL Draft with Pittsburgh Steelers
Ernest Givins – former wide receiver, especially with Houston Oilers
Jay Gruden – former quarterback, six-time ArenaBowl champion, 1992 Arena Football League MVP, Arena Football League Hall of Fame coach, former Washington DC head coach redskins ”.
Cole Hikutini – Former Narrow squad, played for Louisville in 2015 and 2016 after leaving San Francisco College, active with San Francisco 49ers
Herod Holliman – former 2014 Security Winner Jim Thorpe.
Arnold Jackson – former wide receiver from 1997 to 2000 broke NCAA Division I record for career moves with 300
Jackson – Defender 2016 Heisman Trophy winner and 2018 ACC Athlete of the Year in all men’s sports compiled 32nd overall in the 2018 NFL draft Baltimore Ravens, 2019 NFL MVP
Joe Jacoby – former attacking linesman, notably with the Washington Redskins
Chris Johnson – former defensive player with the Baltimore Ravens
Joe Johnson – former defensive end, notably with the New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers
Scott Kuhn – former hard end; also with Baltimore Ravens
Stephen LeFors – former quarterback, 2004 AXA Liberty Bowl Offensive MVP, also formerly with Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League is currently high school head coach at Christian Academy Louisville
Robert McCune – former midfielder with the Baltimore Ravens
Kevin Miller – former wide receiver, particularly with the Minnesota Vikings 90 227 Frank Minnfield – former full-back, especially with the Cleveland Browns
John Neidert – former midfielder, won Super Bowl III with the New York Jets
Roman Aubin – offensive capture in the NY Giants draft at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Super Bowl.
Will Rabatin – former striker
Kerry Rhodes – former security, with Arizona Cardinals
Eric Shelton – former running back, drafted in the 2005 round 2 draft by the Carolina Panthers.
Colby Smith is a former Kansas presidential candidate in the 2007 SFL election.
Johnny Unitas is a Professional Football Hall of Fame quarterback with the Baltimore Colts in particular.
Ted Washington – former defensive tackle, notably with the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots
Eric Watts – former defender and current professional wrestler
Dwayne Woodruff – former quarterback, notably against the Pittsburgh Steelers
Future adversaries not participating in the conference
Schedules announced as of January 27, 2020.
In Atlanta, Georgia.
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