THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Silverfin Lacrosse presents a breakthrough lacrosse recruiting event for high school lacrosse players in northern Los Angeles from Friday, June 25th to Sunday, June 27th.
Silverfin officially welcomes to its staff Chris Massey, a Princeton All-American attackman and three-time national champion. Silverfin and Massey have assembled a unique recruiting camp featuring some of the nation's top college lacrosse coaches. The camp will feature the following schools and coaches:
Air Force Academy - Eric Seremet, Head Coach
University of Vermont - Ryan Curtis, Head Coach
Dartmouth College - Ryan Danehy, Assistant Coach
Ohio State University - Mark Bergey, Director, Lacrosse Operations
Colgate University - Nick Coppola, Assistant Coach
Rutgers University - Jason Basso, Assistant Coach
Fairfield University - Kevin Conry, Assistant Coach
Silverfin will host their recruiting camp on the beautiful campus of California Lutheran University, in the rolling hills of Thousand Oaks, California. With an average temperature of 71 degrees and almost no humidity, this is the perfect setting for an event of this kind. See www.silverfinlacrosse.com for details.
About Silverfin Lacrosse:
Based in Thousand Oaks, CA, Silverfin's founders include service academy and Ivy League graduates who have played and coached at all levels of lacrosse. For example:
Founder Patrick Smith graduated from Garden City High School on Long Island where he won a New York State Class B lacrosse championship in 1994. He attended the Naval Academy where he played varsity and club lacrosse, graduating in 1998 with a commission as an Ensign in the Navy. After 11 years of active duty as a military pilot he has accumulated more than 3400 flight hours. He is currently head lacrosse coach of Oaks Christian High School in Westlake Village, CA. Patrick also plays defense for the Hollywood Men's Lacrosse Club in Los Angeles.
Chris Massey was a two-time All-American attackman for Garden City's 1994 New York Class B State Champion team. He has three NCAA championship rings from his time at Princeton (1996 - 1998), where he was a three-time All-American and a captain. He was named All-Ivy three times, and All-NCAA Tournament Team twice. He is second all-time in career goals at Princeton and fifth in career points. In 2003, Chris helped the LI Lizards win the MLL championship. Chris is an attorney in New York.
SOURCE Silverfin Lacrosse