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Stevenson offering lacrosse course to the public

Drawing on the excitement surrounding the men's lacrosse team that is ranked No. 2  by Inside Lacrosse in Division III, Stevenson University is offering a lacrosse course to anyone interested.

LAX 101 is a one-hour, non-credit course that promises to teach the rules of the game and the techniques used by players to students, faculty, alumni and the general public. Those who attend will be treated to a preview of the upcoming 2010 season, stick and ball demonstrations by the players, and even a chance to try some moves themselves.

The course will be taught by "professors" Paul Cantabene, the head coach of the men's team, and Kathy Railey, the head coach of the women's team.

The course will take place on Thursday between 12 and 1 p.m. at the bubble formerly owned by the Ravens at the school's Owings Mills campus. For more information, call 410-352-4483. If you plan to attend, call that number and reserve a spot (or two) so that the university can prepare enough food and refreshments.

Posted by Edward Lee at 3:45 PM | | Comments (0)
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