A current Tewaaraton finalist, a U-19 world champion, and a four-time conference champion. These accolades are some of the many to the credit of the camp counselors who will work the girls’ portion of the 2017 Colorado Mammoth summer lacrosse camp in June.
Stony Brook junior Kylie Ohlmiller set the Division I single-season points record earlier this week, and has been named a finalist for the sport’s most prestigious college award. She’s one assist shy of tying the Division I single-season assists record, and has the opportunity to ink her name in the record books on Saturday when the Seawolves clash with the Maryland Terrapins. Ohlmiller has conference rookie of the year and All-America honors already on her resume.
Josie Owen was an IWLCA All-America selection and a Tewaaraton nominee while at the University of Virginia. She also garnered All-ACC Team and ACC All-Tournament Team honors, and was a Cavaliers co-captain. The Maryland native helped the U-19 USA women’s team win gold at the 2007 world championship, and earned All-World Team recognition. She recently served on the Denver Pioneers coaching staff.
Kelsey Palmer was a four-time Atlantic-10 champion while at UMass, and became a mainstay in the starting line-up on defense her sophomore year. The New Jersey native has NCAA tournament experience under her belt, and her team went 21-0 in conference play in her sophomore, junior and senior years combined.
The camp will be held at the Daniel L. Schaefer Athletic Complex (9750 W. Hampden Ave.) in Denver from June 27-29. Boys’ and girls’ sessions will be held simultaneously on adjacent fields. Camp hours are 9:00am – 3:00pm daily. Player who participate in the full-day camp will receive a pair of complimentary 2018 Mammoth season tickets.