Saturday, September 23
Gibbel Stadium, Winton Hill Athletic Complex
All ages and skill levels welcome!
- Registration Fee
- Register Now!
Whether you are new to the position or a seasoned veteran, this goalkeeping clinic will help you refine your fundamentals and raise your game to the next level. We will touch on every aspect of goalkeeping including, Eye-hand Coordination, Reflexes, Footwork, Stance, Save Technique, Shot Stopping, and Clearing. Space is limited so please register soon!
|3:30||Warm Up / Stretch|
|3:45||Stance and Save Technique|
|4:15||Competitive drills and small-sided games|
|4:20||Movement and Shot Stopping|
|4:55||GK Small-Sided Games|
|5:10||Minute To Win It|
|5:15||Cool Down/ Stretch|
What to Bring:
- Gloves, Helmet (with throat protector), Chest protector, Thigh pads, Shin Guards
- Mouth Guard
- Cleats/ Turfs and Sneakers
- Water Bottle
Learn about Juniata College
Our Admissions team hosts campus tours and information sessions on Saturday mornings. Interested players should contact Coach Radio by Friday, September 15th.
Juniata College Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Naomi Radio
In her Mountaineer playing career at Mount St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, MD, Radio was a two-time Academic All-America First Team selection, named All-Northeast Conference (NEC) three times, including being named to the First Team twice and earning Player of the Year honors in 2004. She finished her career as the all-time leader in saves at The Mount, totaling 770 from 2002-05, a mark which ranks 22nd in Division I history.
Radio is also The Mount’s career leader in minutes (4,342:50) and wins (41) while leading the NEC in saves percentage three consecutive years. In addition to being named All-NEC First Team and NEC Player of the Year in 2004, she led the conference in goals against average and save percentage and totaled a school-record 225 saves. A starter in 74 of the 75 games she played in at Mount St. Mary’s, Radio currently holds four of the top-six records for saves in a single-season. She was inducted into the Mount Saint Mary's Athletic Hall of Fame in January 2016.