The Stevenson girls lacrosse camp is an overnight lacrosse camp for rising 7th through 12th graders. The camp is located on our Pebble Beach Campus. Campers will be immersed in dorm life and top notch athletic facilities, all while being minutes from the beach.
Rising Grade 7–12 girls are invited to attend Stevenson Girls Lacrosse Camp.
Camp will be comprised of three sessions (morning, afternoon, and night).
- Morning: Emphasis on individual skill work such as stickwork, stick protection, dodging, shooting, the draw, and agility drills.
- Afternoon: Emphasis on small-sided play (2v2, 3v2, 3v3, 4v3, 4v4), setting picks, offensive movement, and defensive positioning.
- Evening: Nightly games where campers can implement the skill work they have learned throughout the day in a competitive environment.
Lodging and Meals
Campers share a room with one or two other campers in the Stevenson dormitories. The dorms are divided by gender and age, have spacious common areas, and also house the counselors. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are planned meals served in Stevenson's cafeteria at Reid Hall. Meal times are a great opportunity for resident campers to get to know one another.
- Dorm: Silverado Dormitory
- Bathrooms: Shared
- Linens: Provided - The linen pack includes sheets, blankets, pillows, 2 face towels, and 1 towel for showering
- Toiletries: Campers should bring their own toiletries
- Meals: All meals will be provided in Reid Hall
- Suggested spending money: $40
2020 Lacrosse Camp Dates
June 16–June 19, 2020
Alma Mater: Vanderbilt University ’14
Alyssa Dunlap was born and raised in Villanova, Pennsylvania and moved out to the West Coast after college in 2014. She played four years of Division 1 college lacrosse at Vanderbilt University, where she was a four year starter and captain her junior (2012-13) and senior year (2013-14). Dunlap was elected IWLCA All-West Region selection in 2014 and was named to the first Team All-American Conference her senior year. Following her playing career at Vanderbilt, Dunlap spent two years (2014-2016) as an active coach for the Stanford University women's lacrosse program where she worked primarily on the defensive end. Dunlap currently is one of the co-founders Verve Lacrosse in San Jose, a travel lacrosse club for girls, and the assistant girls lacrosse coach at Stevenson School.
Dunlap has also entered the 2019 draft for the United Women’s Lacrosse League (UWLX), one of two professional women’s lacrosse leagues.
San Diego State Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Syracuse University '16
After a standout four-year playing career at Syracuse University from 2015-18, Taylor Gait joined the Aztec lacrosse staff as an assistant coach in August 2019. A three-year captain as a collegian, Gait made 61 starts in 82 appearances at midfield, playing for her father, Gary Gait, who was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2005. During that span, she netted 99 points on 72 goals and 27 assists to go with 51 ground balls, 26 caused turnovers and 14 draw controls. As a senior in 2018, Gait tallied a career-high 31 points on 18 goals and a personal-best 13 assists to earn All-Northeast Region honors from the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA). Along with her success on the field, Gait also excelled in the classroom, landing on the athletic director's honor roll in nine semesters while earning ACC all-academic honors on three occasions.
In addition to her time at Syracuse, Gait brings a wealth of international playing experience as a member of the Canadian National Team since 2016, winning silver medals with her squad at the 2017 World Cup in Guildford, England, as well as the World Games in Wroclaw, Poland, that same year.
Gait received her bachelor's degree in the business and entrepreneurial program at Syracuse in 2016, before earning a master's in entrepreneurship from the university in 2018.
Elon College Assistant Coach
Alma Mater: Trinity College '15
Renee Olsen is in her first season with the Elon lacrosse program. She serves as an assistant coach under head coach Josh Hexter. Olsen comes to the Phoenix after a four-year stint at Colby College. Olsen previously served as an assistant coach on the Mules’ coaching staff. After working with the team’s offense in her first season (2016), she was named the defensive coach from 2017-19. In her tenure at Colby, she coached three All-Americans, four All-Pilgrim Region selections, and four All-NESCAC honorees. Olsen also trained one NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year. As a player, Olsen had a four-year career at Trinity College. During her time with the Bantams, she helped Trinity to four consecutive NCAA Division III Championship appearances and one national title during her freshman season. She finished her career with 52 goals and 15 assists. A 2015 graduate, Olsen earned her Bachelor’s in Economics. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Sports Leadership at VCU.