TRIPLE THREAT ACADEMY


The 2020 Triple Threat Academy will be heading back to Greens Farms Academy in Westport, Conn., in year two. The two-week academy embodies Triple Threat's three tenants: (1) skill/ IQ enhancement, (2) character & leadership development, and (3) mental & physical wellness, and is open to any & all registrants.

Ciara Thurlow and Halley Griggs will again lead the two-week camp, which will be broken into three groups based on the student-athlete's High School graduating year: Group I (Grad. Years 2027 & 2028), Group II (Grad. Years 2025 & 2026) and Group III (Grad. Years 2021-2024). 

GROUP I

Rising 5th and 6th Graders (H.S. Graduating Years 2027, 2028)
OPTION I: TWO WEEKS
Dates: (Week 1) 6/22/20-6/25/20; (Week 2) 7/6/20-7/9/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $1,080
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE
OPTION II: FIRST WEEK
Dates: (Week 1) 6/22/20-6/25/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $660
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE

OPTION III: SECOND WEEK
Dates: (Week 2) 7/6/20-7/9/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $660
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE

GROUP II

Rising 7th and 8th Graders (H.S. Graduating Years 2025, 2026)
OPTION I: TWO WEEKS
Dates: (Week 1) 6/22/20-6/25/20; (Week 2) 7/6/20-7/9/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $1,080
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE
OPTION II: FIRST WEEK
Dates: (Week 1) 6/22/20-6/25/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $660
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE

OPTION III: SECOND WEEK
Dates: (Week 2) 7/6/20-7/9/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $660
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE

GROUP III

Rising 9th-12th Graders (H.S. Graduating Years 2021-2024)
OPTION I: TWO WEEKS
Dates: (Week 1) 6/22/20-6/25/20; (Week 2) 7/6/20-7/9/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $1,080
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE
OPTION II: FIRST WEEK
Dates: (Week 1) 6/22/20-6/25/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $660
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE

OPTION III: SECOND WEEK
Dates: (Week 2) 7/6/20-7/9/20
Time: 12:00pm-3:00pm
Registration Fee: $660
REGISTRATION LINK (FIELD PLAYER): CLICK HERE
REGISTRATION LINK (GOALIE): CLICK HERE

 

Throughout the 8-day intensive camp, Triple Threat Academy athletes will be addressed by keynote speakers and receive instruction from some of the best in the sport currently competing and coaching in the college, professional and international ranks. Each day will feature a different theme, a guest speaker and multiple guest collegiate/ professional coaches.

**Triple Threat Academy cannot offer any refunds for the Summer of 2020. If there is an injury that prevents your child from participating, Triple Threat Lacrosse will offer a credit for future TTL events/clinics with the appropriate paperwork provided.**

CONFIRMED COACHES & SPEAKERS:

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Becca Block
Harvard University, Team USA, WPLL Command


As a player, Block is one of the premier defenders in women’s lacrosse. She has played six years with the U.S. National Team after first making the team in 2012, and was the 2013 IWLCA Defender of the Year and an All-American as a senior at Syracuse. During her four-year college career, Block helped lead the Orange to the national title game in 2012 and a Final Four berth in 2010. Block plays professionally for the WPLL Command, and also plays on the U.S. national team, winning the 2017 U.S. Women’s World Cup and World Games. 

In her two years coaching at Oregon, Block helped Oregon’s defense improve each year. Block was instrumental in constructing a defensive unit that allowed 11.83 goals per game in 2018, down from 12 goals per game in 2017, when Oregon’s defense was 32nd in the nation with 10.18 caused turnovers per game. 

Block arrived in Eugene after spending 2016 as an assistant at Florida, where she helped guide a Gator defense that finished the season 12th in the nation in scoring defense at 7.45 goals per game. Block began her coaching career at Vermont in 2014, and spent 2015 as an assistant at Michigan before heading to Gainesville.
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Dana Dobbie
Loyola University Maryland, Team Canada & WPLL Brave
Dana Dobbie enters her 12th season as an assistant coach for Loyola in 2020. A two-time All-American and Tewaaraton Trophy finalist, Dobbie concluded her playing career as the NCAA's all-time leader in draw controls in 2008. Since graduating, Dobbie has translated her passion for the sport as a player into her coaching style. Mentoring Loyola's midfielders, Dobbie has helped Jen Adams incorporate a style of play that places the Greyhounds among the nation's best. In each of the last four years, Dobbie has helped the Greyhounds lead the nation in caused turnovers and/or caused turnovers per game. Loyola is also the only program in the NCAA to have at least 200 caused turnovers in each of the last four seasons. Dobbie completed her collegiate playing career in 2008 as one of the top midfielders in NCAA history. A two-time Tewaaraton Trophy finalist in 2007 and 2008, Dobbie set the NCAA career record for draw controls (334) during her final collegiate season. As a senior, she led Division I, and set an NCAA single-season record with 126 draw controls.

Dobbie also suits up internationally for Team Canada in addition to playing for the WPLL's Brave.
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Shelby Fredericks
Northwestern University, WPLL Pride
Shelby joined the Northwestern staff in the 2019 season after being a four-year starting attacker and draw specialist for the Wildcats. She is Northwestern's all-time record holder and single season record holder in draw controls. Shelby also finished third all-time at NU in assists. In 2018, Shelby was named an All-Big Ten, IWLCA West/Midwest All-Region first-team, and Inside Lacrosse Media All-America Third Team honoree, in addition to being a Tewaaraton Award Nominee. She finished third in the nation and first in the Big Ten in assists per game and was ranked fifth in the nation and first in the Big Ten in draw controls per game with 8.00. Shelby was also second in the Big Ten in points per game. After college, Shelby was selected as the third overall pick in the 2019 Women's Professional Lacrosse League Draft by the WPLL Pride. 
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Liz Hogan
Team USA & WPLL Pride
Hogan is the Triple Threat Academy's Week 2 Goalie Director, and will be onsite from July 6th through July 9th working primarily with all goalies in attendance. A 2011 graduate from Syracuse University, Hogan is a former NCAA National Goalie of the Year, first-team All-American, four-time All-BIG EAST selection and two-time NCAA semifinalist. She is the program's all-time leader in saves (660) and groundballs (181), and served as the team's captain for two years. Hogan is currently a member of Team USA, a Team STX-sponsored athlete and a member of the WPLL's Pride, earning All-Pro honors in summer 2019. A former collegiate assistant coach at Stanford University, Virginia Tech and Colgate, Hogan is now coaching at Sacred Heart Prep in Atherton, Calif.
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Tee Ladouceur
Dartmouth College

Joining the Dartmouth women's lacrosse staff this fall after two seasons at Denver, Ladouceur was instrumental in the success of a Pioneers team that reached the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal in 2019. As the offensive coordinator, she helped guide the Pioneers to 13.70 goals per game last season, a mark that ranked 31st in the nation. Prior to her time in Denver, Ladouceur was the head coach of UC Davis during the 2016 and 2017 seasons. Before moving to California, she was a resident of the New York State capital, working at both UAlbany (2013-15) and Rensselaer (2012).

A 2011 graduate of Syracuse, she played three seasons with the Orange, amassing 130 goals and 112 assists for 242 points in 68 games. While a member of the team, she earned IWLCA All-America Third Team honors as well as all-region first team recognition and was tabbed as a WomensLax.com All-American. Ladouceur began her collegiate career at Albany during the 2008 season where she scored 32 goals in just 11 games with the Great Danes.
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Alice Lee
Williams College

Lee enters her third season as Williams College's head coach after previously spending six years in the New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC); two years an assistant coach at Middlebury College and four years as an assistant coach at Amherst College. While at Middlebury (2015-17), Lee helped guide the Panthers to the 2016 NESCAC and NCAA titles and was named the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association (IWLCA) Division III National Assistant Coach of the Year. Lee played goalie collegiately at Central Connecticut State University, where she was a two-time captain, three-time all-conference selection, voted outstanding teammate, and most valuable player. She is the current record holder of five Central Connecticut State records and an NCAA Division I stats leader in three categories.
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Halle Majorana
Villanova University & WPLL Pride
Majorana enters her third season as an Assistant Coach of the Villanova Women's Lacrosse team. Graduating from Syracuse University in 2016, Majorana had a very successful collegiate lacrosse career. Earning All-America and All-ACC honors, Majorana helped guide the Orange in back-to-back Final Four bids in 2015 and 2016. Following graduation, Majorana continued her playing career as a member of the semi-professional Long Island Sound. She helped lead the Sound to the inaugural United Women's Lacrosse League Championship. She now suits up professionally for the WPLL Pride.
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Lauren Morton
Boston University

Former Boston University women's lacrosse All-American Lauren Morton was named the fourth head coach of the BU program in 2018, and in her first season at the helm of the Terriers, Morton guided BU to its best season since 2011 with an 11-7 record. Morton, who most recently was the associate head coach at Duke, also served as an assistant coach for the Terriers from 2010-12. Prior to Duke, Morton spent time on the Lafayette and Georgetown women's lacrosse staffs.

A 2008 IWLCA All-America midfielder, Morton served as a team captain her final two seasons at BU and helped the Terriers earn four straight America East tournament titles and NCAA Tournament appearances, reaching the national quarterfinals twice. She was on the field for all three of the NCAA Tournament wins in program history and received IWLCA all-region honors as both a junior (second team) and a senior (first team).

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Kylie Ohlmiller
Team USA, WPLL Fight
A 2018 graduate of Stony Brook University, Ohlmiller is the most decorated player in the program's history and one of the most decorated players in NCAA history, as well. A two-time Tewaaraton finalist, Ohlmiller was a four-time All-American, a two-time America East Offensive Player of the Year and was named the 2018 America East Woman of the Year. She is the NCAA's current career leader in points and assists in addition to being the current NCAA single-season leader in points and assists, as well. Upon graduation, she was drafted No. 1 in both the WPLL and UWLX drafts. She currently suits up professionally for the WPLL Fight, and is a member of the U.S. women's national team. A Brine/New Balance-sponsored athlete, she is also the founder of KO17 Lacrosse.

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Sydney Pirreca
Syracuse University & WPLL Pride
Two-time All-American Sydney Pirreca joined the Syracuse women’s lacrosse coaching staff in September 2019. Pirreca, who serves as an assistant coach for the Orange, graduated in May 2019 from the University of Florida where she ranks as the sixth-leading scorer in school history. The Mount Sinai, N.Y. native was a four-year starter and two-time captain for Florida. She became just the seventh player in program history to reach 200 career points, ending her career ranked sixth on the school’s all-time scoring list with 215 points. Pirreca was named an honorable mention All-American by Inside Lacrosse in 2019 and was an IWLCA third-team All-American in 2018. In addition, she earned the 2018 BIG EAST Midfielder of the Year award and was a two-time member of the Tewaaraton Award Watch List. Pirreca also suits up professionally for the WPLL Pride.

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Katie Ritter
Middlebury College

Ritter joined the Middlebury staff in the summer of 2017 and enters her third season on the Panther staff in 2020. Ritter returns to Middlebury after graduating in 2015 where she was a two-time All-American as a player. As a player in the Panther uniform, Ritter was a two-time All-American with First-Team Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) honors as a senior and third-team accolades following her rookie season. She was the 2012 NESCAC Rookie of the Year and was a three-time All-NESCAC selection and a four-time All-Region choice. A captain her senior season, Ritter played in 76 career games with 75 starts over her four years. She concluded her career with 189 points on 123 goals and 66 assists, including a career-best 72-point output (41-31-72) during her final season. She also picked up 119 career ground balls, grabbed 85 draw controls and 63 caused turnovers.  

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Lindsay Rogers
University of Virginia
Lindsay Rogers is entering her sixth season as an assistant coach at Virginia. In the 2017 season, Rogers coached the defensive unit to holding opponents under 10 goals in nine games including five-straight. The Cavaliers finished 12-9 on the year, 4-3 in conference play with two All-Americans and the ACC Freshman of the Year. Rogers, a three-time captain as a player at Syracuse, was voted the 2008 Big East Defender of the Year and will work primarily with Virginia’s defenders. The second-team IWLCA All-American helped lead the Orange to back-to-back Big East titles in 2007 and 2008. Rogers won a then-program record 56 draw controls in her senior season. Since graduating, Rogers has coached various levels of lacrosse, coaching last season at Canisius College. Previously, Rogers served as an assistant coach at Rochester Institute of Technology. Rogers also served as a head coach Rochester’s Relentless Hustle Lacrosse Club. She also has coached overseas at St. Georges VA School in the United Kingdom.

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Katie Rowan
University at Albany & WPLL Pride (Head Coach)
Rowan currently serves as the Head Coach at the University of Albany, and will lead the Great Danes in her season season this spring after leading Wagner to a pair of NEC Championships and NCAA Tournament appearances through three seasons. Previously, she spent time as an assistant coach at Syracuse University and UAlbany. A three-time first-time All-American at Syracuse University, Rowan was also a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award in 2008. A former member of Team USA, she helped lift the U.S. National Team to a pair of gold medals in the 2009 and 2013 FIL World Cup. Rowan is currently the leading scorer in U.S. World Cup history. As a player and coach, she has appeared in the NCAA Tournament 11 of the past 12 years.
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Chris Sailer
Princeton University
A 2008 US Lacrosse National Hall of Fame inductee, Chris Sailer is in her 34th season at the helm of the Princeton women’s lacrosse program.Sailer's opening day 2019 win over Temple made her the first lacrosse coach, male or female, ever to reach 400 wins at one Division I school and the second Division I women's coach overall to reach the milestone. She has guided the team to three NCAA championships, 11 national semifinal appearances, 26 NCAA tournament appearances and 15 Ivy League titles.

Since taking over the program in 1987, she has earned the national Coach of the Year award on three occasions, and has won six Mid-Atlantic regional Coach of the Year awards and has been named the Ivy League Coach of the Year three times. Overall, she has coached more than 90 IWLCA All-Americas, the 2003 winner of the Tewaaraton Trophy defender Rachael Becker and four other finalists for the award, 98 first-team All-Ivy League selections, and 27 Ivy League Player of the Year major awards. Princeton players won both the Ivy Player and Rookie of the Year awards three straight seasons from 2004-06.

Sailer’s involvement in the sport of women’s lacrosse doesn’t end with coaching. She is actively involved in stimulating the growth of the sport. She is a former chair of the Tewaaraton Trophy selection committee, a former member of the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Committee, former president, treasurer and board member of the IWLCA and former member of the US Lacrosse Women’s Division Board of Governors. Sailer currently is on the US Lacrosse Hall of Fame Committee and on the board of directors of Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership.

Her heavy involvement in the sport has earned her the 2008 Diane Geppi-Aikens Memorial Award, presented by the IWLCA for lifetime achievement in contribution to women’s lacrosse.
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Danielle Spencer
Stanford University

On June 12, Spencer was named the head coach of Stanford University following a successful campaign with the Dartmouth Big Green in her third season, and has previously spent time as the assistant coach at both Northwestern, her alma mater, and at Stanford University. A two-time All-American at Northwestern, she helped guide the Wildcats to three straight national titles (2007-09) and graduated among the program's leaders in goals (193; 7th), points (238; 8th) and draw controls (203; 3rd). In 2018, Spencer debuted for the Pride in the WPLL and was tied for third in scoring, averaging 4.0 goals per game, and led the league with 8.0 draws per game. She was named to the league's inaugural All-Star Team.
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Michelle Tumolo
Wagner College, Team USA & WPLL Fire
Michelle Tumolo, an All-American player at Syracuse, member of the 2017 gold medal-winning U.S. National Team and, most recently, the top assistant at the University of Oregon, enters her second season at Wagner after directing the 2019 Seahawks to a program-best 16-4 record and to the Northeast Conference (NEC) championship. Tumolo has also spent time as an assistant coach at national powers Syracuse and Florida.

From 2010-13, Tumolo enjoyed an outstanding playing career at Syracuse where she was a finalist for the Tewaaraton Award in 2012. Despite having her senior season cut short due to injury in 2013, Tumolo finished her collegiate career with 141 goals and 137 assists, ranking in Syracuse's career top 10 for goals, assists and points. Her assist total ranked ninth in NCAA history at the conclusion of her career.

Tumolo also suits up professionally for the WPLL fire.
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Caylee Waters
Team USA & WPLL Fire
Waters is the Triple Threat Academy's Week 1 Goalie Director, and will be onsite from June 22nd through June 25th working primarily with all goalies in attendance. Waters is a 2017 graduate of the University of North Carolina, where she was a national champion, two-time ACC Champion and two-time captain. She also collected All-America honors, was twice named the National Goalie of the Year and earned All-ACC honors all four years. In 2018, Waters was the volunteer assistant coach for Stanford University, where she worked specifically with the goalies. Stanford finished the season as PAC-12 Champions. Waters is currently a member of Team USA and plays for the WPLL Fire.
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Kim Williams
Wesleyan College
Kim Williams enters her fifth season at the helm of the Wesleyan women's lacrosse program after helping guide the Cardinals to an NCAA semifinal appearance in 2019. Williams took over a program that was coming off eight consecutive losing seasons and just four conference wins from 2010-2015. Williams was named the 2017 NESCAC Coach of the Year and the 2017 IWLCA Berkshire Region Coach of the Year for her efforts in turning the program around.

Prior to her tenure at Wesleyan, Williams served two seasons as head coach at Stockton University in New Jersey, three seasons as an assistant coach at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, and four seasons as a stellar competitor at C.W. Post University in Brookville, N.Y. 
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Nick Williams
Duke University

Nick Williams joined the Duke women's lacrosse program in August 2019 as an assistant coach. Williams arrived in Durham following six seasons at Georgetown. During his six years with the Hoyas, Williams helped guide the program to a 57-55 ledger, including an impressive 34-10 mark in BIG EAST play. His time on the Hilltop was capped by the Hoyas’ run to the 2019 BIG EAST Championship. Prior to arriving at Georgetown, Williams served as an assistant coach at Florida, overseeing the Gators’ defense. During the 2013 campaign, Florida went 18-3 and earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament. Williams’ previous coaching experience also includes two seasons as an assistant coach at Notre Dame (2010-12), where he worked with the team’s goalkeepers and defenders, and one season at his alma mater, Towson. A native of Baltimore, Williams was a four-year member of the men’s lacrosse program, helping the Tigers to a pair of CAA titles. Williams also excelled for Towson’s football program, rounding out his career on the gridiron as the fifth-leading rusher in school history with 1,985 yards.
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TRIPLE THREAT ACADEMY PARTNERS:

Carrington Beckford, OverDrive Elite
Alyssa Lavy, Registered Dietician
Crista Samaras, Brave Enterprises
Gene Zannetti, Winning Mindset // Lacrosse Mindset

**In addition to current college coaches/professional and international team players, each group will be coached by current college players, as well. Be sure to stay tuned; additional coaches and speakers to be announced.**

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