MANCHESTER, N.H. - The Saint Anselm College women's basketball team will be hosting its second Elite Camp of the year on Sunday, August 11 on campus between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Held in Stoutenburgh Gymnasium and the Carr Activities Center, the camp will feature skill stations, positional splits and competitions. Additionally, three-versus-three and five-on-five games will be conducted under the supervision of Head Coach Corey Boilard and his coaching staff. The cost of the camp is $100 and camp tee-shirts will be provided at registration, which opens at 10:30 a.m.
Boilard and camp director Colleen Moriarty guided the Hawks to the team's first-ever NCAA Division II East Region Championship in 2018-19. The seventh-seeded Hawks upset three-straight teams in the East Regional, downing second-seed (and nationally ranked) Bentley in the first round before handing sixth-seeded Stonehill a loss in the semifinal round. Le Moyne, who was downed by a 63-61 margin, entered the championship game as the fourth seed and was receiving votes in the national poll.
The historic 2018-19 season finished with 22 wins for the Hawks, the most in one season since 1994-95. His team's victory over Bentley in the NCAA East Region First Round was the squad's first over a nationally-ranked opponent since Jan. 11, 2014, a 61-55 victory against the Panthers from Adelphi University at home. The Hawks had not won a contest against a ranked opponent away from Stoutenburgh Gymnasium since Mar. 10, 1995, a 79-74 overtime win against Bentley in the NCAA Tournament.
To sign up for the camp, click here.