Kris Cofiell(Glastonbury HS Head Coach) and Megan Murphy-Borman (Rocky Hill HS) will be running a ONCE-a-week 1-hour clinic at Oakwood leading up to the spring lacrosse season. The clinic will focus on stick skills, small sided games, possession and individual/small group skill work. Timing of clinic is designed to get players ready for the start their town teams spring seasons and/or tryouts.
All level of players are welcome.
Starting Wednesday January 15th (Last Session Wednesday March 4th)
Runs for 8 Sessions
Cost: $170 Before December 30th and $200 after December 30th
*Please note, we are unable to re-schedule weather related cancelations*
Megan, a 2003 graduate of Gettysburg College with a degree in history, was a member of the Gettysburg Women’s Lacrosse team named a two-time IWLCA National All-American, three-time Regional All-American, three-time All-Conference player, Conference Player of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year by Inside Lacrosse Magazine.
A Wilton, CT, native, Megan was a 12-time letter winner in soccer, basketball, tennis and lacrosse at Wilton High School.
Megan will start the spring of 2018 as the new head coach at Rocky Hill HS. Megan spent the past three seasons at Loomis Chaffee. In recognition of the team's undefeated 2016 season, Megan was awarded the US Lacrosse Connecticut HS Coach of the Year Award. Prior to accepting the Loomis position, Megan was the head Coach for Weston High School girls lacrosse program. In her four years at Weston, Megan coached Weston Girls Lacrosse to the 2011 & 2013 Class S State Championships and the best season in program history in 2013(21-1). Megan was also named 2011 Class S Coach of the Year and 2013 CT Post's All-Region Girls Lacrosse Coach of the year in honor of the team's success.
Open to: Girls
In Grades: 2 to 9 for 2019-20 School year