Susquehanna Valley Lacrosse Academy
Was developed by Susquehanna University Head Coach Stewart Moan and Tyrone Croom of CroART Lacrosse. The developmental clinic for boys and girls will be coached by members of Coach Moan’s staff. The program provides one on one and group instruction. Our enthusiastic and experienced coaching staff brings cutting edge skills and techniques to all our participants. Players are broken up into age/skill level/gender appropriate groups, and we maintain a 10-1 player-to-coach ratio for an optimal learning environment which emphasizes fun!
Please note anyone and everyone is invited to sign up and attend this program.
Cost: $225 (Includes Lunch)
8:50 am - Player Arrival
9:00 am - Check in
9:05 am - Warm Up
9:15 am - Drills and Stations
9:45 am - Group Water Break
10:00 am - Position Work
10:40 am - Water Break
10:45 am - Pro Tips from Guest Speaker
11:00 am - Mini Games
11:40 am - Skills Drills
12:00 pm – Lunch (included in registration fee)
1:05 pm – Warm Up
1:20 pm - Skills Contests for Prizes
1:40 pm – Group Water Break
1:45 pm – Games
2:45 pm – Pool and Open Play
4:00 pm - Player Departure
**All players in the clinic and weelax will need:
Boys - helmet, mouthpiece, cleats (no metal spikes), gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads, stick, water bottle.
Girls - Goggles, gloves (optional), mouthpiece, stick, water bottle.
Kyle Gallagher - Assistant Coach for the Susquehanna Riverhawks men’s lacrosse team. Gallagher arrived at Susquehanna after spending one season as an assistant coach at Widener University. He also spent time as a varsity assistant coach at Delmar High School (2013) and at Worcester Preparatory School (2014).
Gallagher was a four-year player for the Salisbury University Sea Gulls, who won three Capital Athletic Conference titles, as well as two NCAA Championships, during his time there. Gallagher was also a United States U-19 Team alternate in 2008.
Mike Burns - Assistant Coach for the Susquehanna Riverhawks men’s lacrosse team. Completed his 12th year, continuing his work with the defense.
As a men's lacrosse player for Whittier College, he was a letterwinner on a defense that ranked third in the nation by US Lacrosse. Whittier allowed the lowest number of goals in Division III during the 2000 season.
Jenna Petrucelli - Assistant Coach for the Bucknell Bison women’s lacrosse team, she serves as the offensive coordinator, draw control coordinator and recruiting coordinator. A former All-American attacker at the University of Mary Washington, in her first season with the Bison, the team produced the second-most wins in a season in program history. The offense set a team scoring record with 221 goals and led the nation in assists with 8.1 per game.
As a player she earned First Team All-America, Division III Virginia Player of the Year and Capital Athletic Conference Player of the Year honors as a senior. Petrucelli was a two-time VaSID First Team All-State and IWLCA All-Region performer, first as a midfielder in 2013 and then as an attacker in 2014.
In addition to her outstanding play at the collegiate level, Petrucelli was selected to the Italian National Team senior training pool, where she participated in the team’s first-ever winter training trip in Rome. She was selected again in January 2017 to the return this time to Milan.
Taylor Pennell - Assistant Coach for the Bucknell Bison women’s lacrosse team, a Rutgers University graduate and four year member of the Scarlet Knights’ women’s lacrosse team.
Pennell was a three-year starting defender for the Scarlet Knights, and she was elected team captain in both her junior and senior years. She started all 54 games over her final three seasons and played in 64 games with 55 starts in her career. Pennell was named the team’s Most Improved Player following her rookie season in 2013
She was a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and was named to All-Academic Teams in both the Big East and Big Ten during her collegiate career.