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The Ultimate Lacrosse Experience
The Lacrosse Masters Prospect Camp at the Hun School is unlike any camp in the country. Six HEAD and Assistant coaches from some of the world's finest academic institutions will be on staff for the duration of the camp. Our camp is designed to provide every participant with the best instruction and Guaranteed Exposure to many of the nation's most well respected NCAA Division I & III lacrosse coaches from the world's best academic institutions.
This camp is limited to ONLY 76 TOTAL players. The make-up of our World-Class staff and the institutions they represent, in combination with the intimacy of the camp is unprecedented.
This is a MUST ATTEND camp for any player interested in playing at any of these schools. Each participate will be coached and seen by every coach on staff - GUARANTEED. You will not find this level of exposure and instruction at any camp or tournament.
Camp is open to ANY and ALL players in the 2021, 2022 and 2023 graduation years.
Meet Your Coaches
Jenny Graap - Head Coach, Cornell University
Jenny Graap returned to her alma mater in 1997 with one goal in mind: to build the Cornell women’s lacrosse team into a championship contender. Now entering her 22nd year at the helm in 2018-19, Graap has been honored as the the 2002 Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association Coach of the Year, the 2006 Inside Lacrosse Magazine Northeast Coach of the Year, and a three-time IWLCA Northeast Coach of the Year (2002, 2006, 2016), while developing the Big Red women’s lacrosse program into one of the most successful in the nation.
Graap has built an Ivy League and national title contender in her first 19 years. She has posted a 180-120 record at Cornell and a 201-164 mark in 22 years as a head coach. She reached her 200th career win in dramatic fashion, defeating Penn, 11-10, on May 8, 2016, to win the Big Red's first-ever Ivy League Tournament Championship and earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.
In her tenure at Cornell, Graap has had 85 All-Ivy selections, 49 IWLCA All-Region selections, 17 IWLCA national All-Americans, three CoSIDA Academic All-Americans, three Ivy League Players of the Year and one national player of the year finalist. Her teams have reached postseason play nine times since she returned to Cornell and have won at least 10 games eight times as well.
A native of West Chester, Pa., Graap attended East High School, where she lettered three times in basketball and played on the state runner-up field hockey team, in addition to the undefeated Chesmont lacrosse championship squad.
Nick Williams - Assistant Coach, Georgetown University
Nick Williams is entering his sixth season on the Hilltop. Williams came to Georgetown after serving as an assistant coach at the University of Florida.
At Florida, Williams was the defensive coordinator for one season. Williams was involved in all day-to-day activities of the team including scouting, practice planning, film and working with the Florida Lacrosse Summer Camp. He was also instrumental in recruiting.
Williams served two seasons (2010-12) as an assistant coach for the Notre Dame women's lacrosse team and was instrumental with overseeing team defense and team goalkeepers, while also assisting with recruiting, scouting opponents and camps and clinics.
Prior to Notre Dame, he spent a season working with women's lacrosse at his alma mater, Towson, where he was a two-sport athlete in men's lacrosse and football. During his lone season at Towson, Williams helped the women's team to a 13-3 overall record, a first-ever at-large selection to the NCAA Tournament and a final ranking of No. 7 in the nation, the highest ranking in school history.
As a four-year member of the Tigers men's lacrosse team, Williams played 61 career games and helped Towson to a pair of CAA championships. He scored 29 goals with 22 assists in his career, including a career-best, four-goal game against Cornell in the 2005 NCAA Tournament. Williams graduated in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in sports management.
Williams completed his master's degree in sports industry management from Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies in 2017.
He resides in Washington, D.C.
Chris Halfpenny - Head Coach, University of Notre Dame
Christine Halfpenny enters her eighth season as head coach of the Notre Dame women's lacrosse program in 2019 after leading the Irish to the NCAA tournament in six of the previous seven seasons.
Halfpenny came to Notre Dame from William & Mary, where her teams achieved four straight 10-win seasons and a pair of regular-season conference titles over her final four seasons with the program.
Halfpenny's Tribe squads captured Colonial Athletic Association regular-season titles in both 2008 and 2009 - and she merited CAA coach-of-the-year honors in 2008. Her teams combined for a 20-8 record in league play (including four straight conference tournament bids) - as William & Mary reached double digits in victories each of the last four seasons (10-7 in 2011 and 2009, 10-8 in 2010, 10-9 in 2008). Those four consecutive 10-win seasons matched the best previous stretch in program history.
A four-year letter-winner in women's lacrosse at Virginia Tech, Halfpenny started on the 1999 Hokie team that won the Atlantic 10 Conference championship, finished 11-6 and achieved a program-first top-20 ranking. She received the coaches award that year and was a two-time member of the athletic director's honor roll (1998, 1999). She graduated in 1999 with a degree in health and physical education.
Melissa Lehman - Associate Head Coach, Univ. of Pennsylvania
Melissa Lehman C'08 returned to Penn in the summer of 2009 to serve as an assistant coach for her alma mater and recently finished her tenth season as an assistant coach with the Quakers.
During her time on the coaching staff, Penn has won eight Ivy League championships, claimed three Ivy League Tournament titles, and advanced to nine NCAA Tournaments including a spot in the NCAA Quarterfinals in 2016.
At Penn, Lehman works extensively with the Red and Blue’s midfield and defense on schemes and strategy. During her tenure, five midfielders and two defenders have earned All-American honors -- including Meg Markham who earned back-to-back All-America selections on defense, Alex Condon who earned two All-America nods at midfield, and Erin Barry who was named All-American at midfield in 2018. In addition, midfielders and defenders have earned 22 All-Region honors.
At the League level, 29 Penn middies and defenders have earned All-Ivy honors with Alex Condon (Ivy League Midfielder of the Year, 2017), Shannon Mangini (Ivy League Midfielder of the Year, 2013), Meg Markham (Ivy League Defender of the Year, 2014 and 2015) and Natalie Stefan (Ivy League Defender of the Year, 2018) receiving the League's top honor. In addition to her work with the back end, she is an experienced source of information for Penn’s offensive unit with 102 career points as a collegian.
An All-America midfielder as a player at Penn from 2005-08, Lehman captained the Quakers' 2008 team that advanced to the NCAA national final. While a student-athlete in University City, Lehman was part of the group which helped guide the Red and Blue to elite status in collegiate women’s lacrosse as the Quakers won back-to-back outright Ivy championships in 2007-08 and twice advanced to the NCAA Championship Weekend. Lehman was twice named All-Ivy, earning first-team honors in 2008 and honorable mention distinction in 2007.
Jenn Cook - Associate Head Coach, Princeton University
Jenn Cook was elevated to associate head coach in the summer of 2017, after serving five years as the first assistant coach.
Cook acts as the defensive coordinator and works with the center draw unit. She also has input into every phase of the game and operation, including recruiting, scouting, player development, film breakdown and program management.
In her first season at Princeton, in 2013, Cook helped guide the team to its 21st NCAA Tournament appearance. The Tigers went 10-7 including a perfect 7-0 record at home, and were the runner-up in the Ivy League with a 6-1 record, with that lone loss coming in overtime. Princeton made its third appearance in the Ivy League Tournament, falling in double overtime loss to Dartmouth, 11-10. The Tigers faced Duke in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, suffering another double overtime defeat. The game was named a Game of the Year finalist in the InsideLacrosse.com year-end awards.
Prior to joining the Tigers, Cook spent the four seasons at her alma mater North Carolina. She coached all aspects of defense and draw work, responsible for team compliance, fundraising and budget, in addition to recruiting, video and practice and game day prep. Cook helped recruit and coach the 2009 national goalie of the year and national defender of the year, in addition to having a player named a 2010 Tewaaraton finalist. In her final season, 2012, Cook's defense ranked third nationally in goals allowed per game.
Prior to re-joining the Tar Heels, Cook was an assistant coach at Drexel during the 2007-08 academic year, charged with coaching the defense.
A two-time Tewaaraton nominee, Cook earned three first-team All-America honors by Inside Lacrosse, two first-team All-America honors by IWLCA and one second-team All-America honor from the same organization. She was named first-team all-region and all-ACC three times each. A two-time team MVP, Cook was named the 2007 Inside Lacrosse Defender of the Year and holds the school career records in ground balls (200) and games played (76), as well as draw controls in a season (51). During her career, Cook and the Tar Heels made three NCAA quarterfinal tournament appearances and was ranked in the top 12 all four years, including top-five spots her junior and senior years.
A native of Broomall, Pa., Cook graduated from UNC in 2007 with a degree in exercise sports science with an emphasis in sports administration. Cook earned a masters in Sport Management from Drexel University in 2016, graduating with honors.
Amy Bokker - Head Coach, Stanford University
Since Amy Bokker joined the Cardinal for the 2009 season, she has established Stanford as one of the West’s premier programs, consistently ranked among the country’s Top 20.
Bokker has led Stanford to five Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament titles and to six NCAA tournament appearances in eight seasons.
In 2015, Stanford finished 15-3, tying the fewest losses in school history, and led the nation in goals per game (16.00) and draw controls (16.28). The Cardinal also extended its run of conference tournament final appearances to 18.
Bokker also serves an assistant coach for the U.S. national team. In 2013, Bokker helped coach the U.S. to the 2013 FIL Women’s World Cup title. After joining the staff as an assistant in 2010, Bokker helped coach the U.S. to its seventh world title as the Americans outscored opponents by a combined 127-34 over seven games in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.
Bokker assisted the Canadian national team in the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, where it captured the bronze medal, the first medal the country had won in 28 years.
Through the 2015 season, Bokker's record was 190-139 as a Division I head coach.
The former Amy Umbach is a native of Phoenixville, Pa., where she was a three-sport high school star, in lacrosse, field hockey and swimming. She was a two-time All-CAA first-team choice at William and Mary, where she also played field hockey. She was also named a BRINE/IWLCA All-American her senior season.
She earned her master's degree from George Mason in exercise, fitness and health promotion in 2007.
Bokker is the sixth head coach in the 21-year history of varsity women's lacrosse at Stanford. Bokker and her husband, Scott, have a son, Chase, and a daughter, Alexis.