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    May 19, 2014

    LOS ANGELES - USC women’s lacrosse head coach Lindsey Munday will host several camps and clinics this summer. First, the USC campus will serve as the site of Munday’s Summer Camp from July 8-10 (Tuesday-Thursday). The campus will also host a special Youth Camp on Wednesday, July 9. To sign up, registrants should visit

    The USC summer camp offers overnight ($505/$555 for goalies) and commuter ($405/$455 for goalies) options and is open to incoming seventh graders through college freshmen. Players will be separated into groups based on age and experience. The July 9 Youth Camp goes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ($85) and is open to incoming kindergarten to sixth grade level registrants. Munday and her staff of assistant coaches Devon Wills and Hilary Bowen as well as USC Director of Operations Regan Bosch will serve as directors at the USC summer camp.

    On July 22-23 (Tuesday-Wednesday), Munday Lacrosse teams with to bring a youth camp to Seattle’s Magnuson Park. While in Seattle, coach Munday will also offer a free Seattle Coaches Clinic for Wednesday, July 23, from 11 a.m. to noon. Registration fee for the Seattle camp is $175 and camp is open to grades 5 through 12. Camp will be from 1-6 p.m. on July 22, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on July 23. Munday and Bowen will be joined by current and former top collegiate players, as well as top local Seattle coaches, on the camp staff.

    From there, Munday returns to her alma mater of Mountain Lakes High School (51 Glen Road, Mountain Lakes, N.J.) where she starred as a three-sport athlete to host a one-day camp on Wednesday, August 6. Camp is open to grades 6-12 and registration is $150. Instruction will last from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a break between noon and 1 p.m. Lunch will not be provided. Munday will be joined on the camp staff by Jen Munday who is the head coach at MLHS and was an All-American goalie and team captain at The College of New Jersey, as well as current and former collegiate players.

    In the fall, Munday Lacrosse returns to the USC campus for its fall camp, which is set for Sept. 27-28 (Saturday-Sunday). Registrants grades 6-12 are invited to participate and registration fee is $255. Integrated goalie instruction will be available at this camp in addition to an optional pre-camp goalie clinic. Lunch and dinner will be provided on both Saturday and Sunday. Munday, Wills, and Bowen will serve as directors of this camp in addition to current USC lacrosse student-athletes.

    Munday Lacrosse brings championship-level instruction to lacrosse players across the country, particular to the West Coast. Munday is the first-ever head coach of the University of Southern California women’s lacrosse team. She has achieved success at every level of the game, and is on a mission to quickly build the Trojans’ lacrosse program into a national competitor.

    After winning two national championships as an All-American at Northwestern, Munday remained with the Wildcats as an assistant coach, training under Kelly Amonte Hiller, arguably the game’s greatest coach, and won three more national titles to begin her coaching career. Munday continues her playing career as a six-year member of the US National Team, the team captain, and an All-World Attacker who led Team USA to the 2009 and 2013 World Cup crowns.

    The Munday Lacrosse staff aims to provide top-notch instruction and foster an atmosphere where young girls gain the confidence and determination that it takes to excel on the field, and in all aspects of life. Each camp is geared to a particular audience and curriculum will vary from camp to camp. Within each camp, girls are grouped based on experience level, age, and school/club teammates. Camp is open to any and all entrants and is limited by age only. Please visit for more information and to register today.