Who:Girls Going Into 1St, 2Nd, 3Rd, 4Th, 5Th, and 6Th Grade

Who:Girls Going Into 1St, 2Nd, 3Rd, 4Th, 5Th, and 6Th Grade

Who:Girls going into 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade

When:Monday, July 8th to Friday, July 12th 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Cost:$140 per player

Where:The Tatnall School Lacrosse Field, 1501 Barley Mill Road Wilmington, DE 19807.

How:Return this form, with fee payable to: Colasante’s Professional Training, Inc. Drop off in person at: The Tatnall Lower School, or mail to 1501 Barley Mill Rd. Wilmington, DE 19807 c/o Barbara Colasante. One registration form per person. Cash or checks made payable to:Colasante’s Professional Training, Inc. No credit cards accepted.

Director:Barbara Colasante610-348-8183 /



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(Your signature acknowledges you have read and agree to the waiver on this form)


Agreement to Participate in SHE-LAX

SHE-LAX is administered by Colasante’s Professional Training, Inc. Participation in all sports can be inherently dangerous and, regardless of the care taken to avoid injury, it is impossible to ensure the safety of all participating individuals. The game of lacrosse is no exception. In fact, lacrosse has many inherent dangers. It is a sport that demands cardiovascular fitness, coordination, and agility. Players may spend more than 45 minutes in consistent intense physical activity and must be constantly aware of their surroundings (other players, goalposts, and the ball itself). Although lacrosse is not generally thought of as a contact sport, at competitive levels, it is. Many risks can be avoided, but some simply cannot.

While playing lacrosse, accidents do happen. Some of these accidents may be minor like collisions with other players, collisions with the ground, and being struck by the ball. Other accidents may be more significant like collisions with the goalposts. Other injuries may also include:

1)minor injuries like scrapes, bruises, strains, blisters, and sprains;

2)more serious injuries like broken bones, concussions, muscle tears, and ligament tears;

3)catastrophic injuries like heat stroke, cardiac arrest, and death

To reduce the risk of injury, participants are expected to abide by the following rules:

1)all participants are expected to be physically fit before SHE-LAX begins

2)all players must adhere to the rules of lacrosse, thus creating a safe playing environment

I certify that the above-mentioned participant 1) possesses a sufficient degree of physical fitness to safely participate in lacrosse, 2) understands that she is to discontinue activity at any time she feels undue discomfort or stress, and 3) will indicate below any health-related conditions that might affect her ability to play lacrosse and she will verbally inform the SHE-LAX instructor immediately.

Circle:DiabetesHeart ProblemsSeizuresAsthmaOther ______

I have read the preceding information and it has been explained to me. I know, understand, and appreciate the risks associated with participation in lacrosse and I am voluntarily enrolling the below-mentioned participant in the activity. In doing so, the above-mentioned participant is assuming all of the inherent risks of the sport. I further understand that in the event of a medical emergency, SHE-LAX will call EMS to render assistance and that I will be financially responsible for any expenses involved.

Waiver of Liability: In consideration of being permitted to play lacrosse, on behalf of myself, my family, my heirs, and my assigns, I hereby release Colasante’s Professional Training, Inc., its agents, and its employees from liability for injury, loss, or death to the above-mentioned participant while using any facility or equipment or in any way associated with participating in the activity of lacrosse now or in the future, resulting from the ordinary negligence of Colasante’s Professional Training, Inc., its agents and employees.

SHE-LAX is a program designed for girls entering grades 1st-6th to creatively introduce them to the sport of lacrosse. This camp is for the beginner lacrosse player. Each day will incorporate the FUNdamentals of the girl’s game such as: cradling, catching, passing, shooting, and scooping up ground balls. Games are designed to incorporate the basic skills the girls will be practicing. In addition, SHE-LAX participants will learn about player positions, rules of the game, and the markings on the field. Girls must bring a lacrosse stick, goggles, and mouthpiece. They may wear sneakers or cleats.

Dates/Times: Monday, July 8 to Friday, July 12

9:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Location: The Tatnall School (lower level lacrosse field)

1501 Barley Mill Road

Wilmington, DE 19807

Fee:$140.00 per player

Director:Barbara Gardener-Colasante (610)

About the director and lead coaches:

Barbara played lacrosse at Temple University. During her four-year playing career at Temple, Colasante helped lead the Owls to NCAA Final Four appearances. She graduated in 1997 as a two-time Division One All-American as well as Defensive Player of the Year. She has coached all levels from elementary to varsity.

Kristen (Calore) Carney is a '00 graduate of Ursinus College (PA) where she earned All-American honors as a midfielder for the Bears. As captain, Kristen led the Bears to two NCAA appearances. She has coached lacrosse at many levels including head coach at Wesley College, as well as varsity and middle school coach in Southern New Jersey.

Lindsay McConnel was captain and a major contributor in the midfield for the Vanderbilt Women’s Lacrosse program from 1993-1997. Lindsay has coached middle and high school lacrosse teams in NJ, CT, MA, and DE. She is currently the head coach of the middle lacrosse program at The Tatnall School.