Girls lacrosse camp focuses on improving skills through individual and group instruction and teaching campers how to implement those skills in game settings. A typical day includes individual skill sessions, group drill sessions, coach and counselor demonstrations, scrimmages and daily round-robin tournaments, and competitions. Coaches and counselors (former and current collegiate players, as well as current, local high-school players) assess each camper’s abilities and strive to help her reach her potential. The program is designed for all skill levels, and those with little to no experience are encouraged to attend. Campers also visit a local pool two days each week, and all campers receive a reversible jersey.
Note: Lacrosse equipment rentals are available. Quantities are limited, so pre-registration is required.
Director: Along with coaching varsity and middle school lacrosse at Bullis School for 20 years, Kathleen Lloyd serves as the Girls Athletic Director. She has coached for 22 years and directed camp for 20 years. As a coach, Lloyd has prepared numerous players for college lacrosse in both Divisions I and III. Several of her former players are current college, high school or youth coaches. She is actively involved in youth level leagues, club teams and clinics throughout the county and is a member of the Potomac Chapter Board of US Lacrosse. Coach Lloyd is also a member of the Physical Education department and teaches PE to 2nd and 3rd grades. She has a degree in Physical Education and a Masters in Coaching and Athletic Administration.
Assistant Director: An alumnus of Rockville High School and West Virginia University, Leanne Taylor joined the Bullis community in the spring of 2016 as an assistant junior varsity lacrosse coach. In addition to being named the head junior varsity lacrosse coach for 2017, she assists with junior varsity girls soccer. Coach Taylor coaches several teams, clinics and workshops in Montgomery County and beyond. Already making her mark in the girls athletic program, she is a welcome addition to the Bullis community.