Friday, July 27, 2018
Gibbel Stadium, Winton Hill Athletic Complex
Rising High School Sophomores (2021), Juniors (2020), and Seniors (2019)
- Registration Fee
- Register Now!
The Prospect Day is an opportunity for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are interested in playing lacrosse at the next level to experience a collegiate practice environment. This will include on-field training, small-sided games, and full-field scrimmages with Juniata Lacrosse coaches and players as well as a question and answer session with Coach Radio.
|1:45||Warm Up / Stretch|
|2:00||Stick work and positional drills|
|2:40||Competitive drills and small sided games|
|3:45||Cool Down/ Stretch|
|4:00||Q&A with Coach Radio and current players|
What to Bring:
- Mouth Guard
- Cleats/ Turfs and Sneakers
- Water Bottle
- Goalkeepers should bring all equipment
Learn about Juniata College
OIn addition to the Q&A with Coach Radio, players and families are encouraged to register for the First-Look Friday event hosted by the Juniata Enrollment team in the morning. Beginning at 9:30am, activities include a student-lead campus tour, talks by both the College President and Provost, an Admission Information Session, and lunch in Baker Refectory. After lunch, players will head up to Gibbel Stadium. Parents are welcome to observe the practice session but are also invited to sign up for one of the fun afternoon activities offered as part of the First-Friday program.
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.