GameBreaker Lacrosse Announces Princeton University Assistant Coach Michele DeJuliis as Director of Summer Lacrosse Camp in Princeton, NJ

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Michele DeJuliis, Division I Assistant Coach of No. 13 Princeton University, will return this summer to direct the girl's lacrosse camp at The Hun School in Princeton, NJ from July 29 - August 1

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“Doing summer camps is one of my favorite parts of my jobs. I am looking forward to helping the New Jersey lacrosse players improve this summer.”
- Michele DeJuliis, Princeton University Assistant Coach

GameBreaker Lacrosse has recently announced that Princeton Assistant Coach Michele DeJuliis will be directing the summer lacrosse camp at the Hun School July 29-August 1. The camp is open to girls ages 8-18, of all ability levels, with both overnight and extended day options available.

DeJuliis is in her seventh season coaching at Princeton. DeJuliis was captain of the 2009 US Women's World Cup team that won the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague. She has been a member of U.S. National Team program since 1994, and was an alternate on the 2005 World Cup team.

“Doing summer camps is one of my favorite parts of my jobs. I am looking forward to helping the New Jersey lacrosse players improve this summer,” said DeJulius.

The GameBreaker Lacrosse Camps are also offering a Shooting and Goalie Clinic with Coach DeJuliis at this location. It begins at 12PM on July 28th and ends at 12PM on July 29th.

GameBreaker Lacrosse is the nations leading provider of instructional lacrosse camps and has 125 locations nationwide. This is one of GameBreaker’s top lacrosse camps in the country, so be sure to register right away by visiting http://www.laxcamps.com or by calling (800) 944-7112.

GameBreaker Lacrosse is a subdivision of the eCamps Sports Network of Summer Camps. For more information on field hockey, tennis, softball and squash camps, please visit http://www.eCamps.com today.

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