Covie Stanwick Visits Buffalo in this Exclusive Girl's Lacrosse Clinic

The Western New York Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse is proud to partner with Covie Stanwick as she brings her exceptional lacrosse knowledge to Buffalo for an exclusive one-day, remarkably valuable Girl's Lacrosse Clinic.  Scheduled for Sunday, June 3rd, at Williamsville East High School, Covie's Clinic will be the must-attend lacrosse event of the summer.

Open to Middle School and High School players, the former number 2 recruit in the country as recognized by InsideLacrosse Magazine, Covie Stanwick will be directing traditional and progressive drills, teaching fundamental fun, and promoting championship habits.

To register for this exclusive event, please click here.

Where: Williamsville East High School - 151 Paradise Road, East Amherst, NY 14051

When: Sunday, June 3rd

Session 1 (5th - 8th Grade): 11:00AM - 12:30PM

Session 2 (9th - 12th Grade): 1:00PM - 2:30PM

US Lacrosse: Our Buffalo event will be run in partnership with the Western NY Chapter of US Lacrosse - whose efforts we support in broader hopes of growing the game through healthy lacrosse ecosystems. ***ALL players MUST have an active US Lacrosse membership to participate*** See for membership details.

Who: Girls with at least one year of playing experience (Boy's event on 6/4 w/ Kyle Hartzell). D-Day training sessions are designed to help players of all skill levels improve, so don't worry about skill gaps or potential inexperience. We all share the common goal of improvement - regardless of our skill level today.

Press Release: To access the official press statement acknowledging the Covie Stanwick Girl's Lacrosse Clinic in Buffalo, please click here.

About Covie Stanwick:

At Boston College--

AS A SENIOR (2015)
Started all 18 games for the Eagles in 2015 ... Registed a team high 76 points on 50 goals and 26 assists ... Picked up 13 groundballs and won 20 draw controls ... caused four turnovers ...  Was honored as an IWLCA First Team All American following the season ... Also earned IWLCA All-Northeast Region honors 

AS A JUNIOR (2014)
Started in 20 games...earned second team All-ACC honors...named a Tewaaraton Finalist...captured IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team honors and IWLCA Second Team All-American accolades...named Brine Player of the Week for the week of May 13...Finalist for preseason POY by the team in points (91) and assists (38)...ranked second on the team with 53 goals on the season...registered two points in the season-opener at Notre Dame (2/15)...led all players with four assists in the home-opener vs. New Hampshire (2/20)...scored a game-high six goals against Ohio State (2/22)...notched five points on two goals and three assists against Syracuse (2/26)...scored two goals and dished out a career-high five assists at UConn (3/1)...notched two points at USC (3/6)...registered seven points on five goals and two assists at San Diego State (3/7)...netted two goals against North Carolina (3/22)...dished out a game-high three assists at Harvard (3/26)...posted two goals and two assists (3/29)...scored a game-high five goals in a win at Duke (4/2)...recorded a game-high six points on three goal and three assists at Virginia (4/10)...registered three goals and dished out two assists against Virginia Tech (4/12)... set a new career-high six assists versus Vermont (4/16)...scored two goals in the ACC Quarterfinal game against North Carolina (4/24)...posted a game-high eight points on five goals and three assists in the Eagles' first-ever First Round NCAA Tournament win over Bryant (5/9)...scored three goals in the NCAA Second Round win over Loyola (5/11)...netted three tallies in the NCAA Quarterfinals at Syracuse (5/17).

Started all 20 games ... set BC's single-season goals record with 65 goals ... earned All-ACC and ACC All-Tournament Team honors ... named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List ... captured IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team and IWLCA All-America Second Team accolades ... garnered First Team All-America status ... surpassed 100 career points in 28th game played; became the second-fastest player in program history to reach 100 points ... finished second on BC's all-time single-season points list with 87 points ... led team with 65 goals, 22 assists, and 87 points ... compiled 14 ground balls and 19 draw controls on the year ... scored three or more goals in each of 14 games and four or more goals in each of eight games ... had a goal in all 20 games ... notched five goals in NCAA Tournament vs. Dartmouth (5/10) ... scored eight goals over two games in the ACC Championship (4/25-26) ... matched a career high with six goals against Harvard (4/17) ... tallied four goals at Brown (4/14) ... posted three goals and four assists vs. Syracuse (3/27) ... had four goals and two assists at North Carolina (3/23) ... registered three goals each in games against Boston University (3/20) and Maryland (3/16) ... scored four goals at both Virginia Tech (3/9) and Northwestern (3/6) ... recorded three goals at Ohio State (2/23) and vs. Vanderbilt (2/20) ... set career highs with nine points and six goals in season opener at Holy Cross (2/16).

Started all 18 of the team's games ... her team-best 27 assists topped BC's all-time freshmen record list ... was second on the team with 55 points, tying the school's all-time record for points in a freshman season ... named ACC Freshman of the Year ... made program history as one of the first freshmen to earn All-ACC honors ... an IWLCA All-Northeast Region First Team selection ... SynapseSports.Com All-Rookie Team selection ... tallied a point in 17 of 18 games and recorded at least three points in 12 of those contests ... also posted 28 goals, 12 ground balls and four draw controls ... tied a personal-best with four assists against California (4/14) ... picked up a pair of goals, assists and ground balls against Vermont (4/4) ... led all scorers with five points (3 goals, 2 assists) against Virginia Tech (3/10) ... tallied her first hat trick against Syracuse (2/21) ... led all scorers with six points (2 goals, 4 assists) in her collegiate debut at Holy Cross (2/17) ... received the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

Named the No. 2 recruit in the country by InsideLacrosse Magazine ... was a member of the U.S. Under-19 National Team that won Gold in Germany at the 2011 FIL World Championships ... started for four years on the varsity ... captained team as a junior and senior ... recorded 380 points to move into first place on the Notre Dame Prep's all-time record list ... selected as a two-time U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American ... recognized as a three-time IAAM All-Star ... chosen for the 2010 High School All-Tewaaraton Team ... feted as a two-time Baltimore Messenger and Towson Times Player of the Year ... named the 2009 Under Armour Underclassman MVP ... played with the Under Armour All-American Senior Team.

Covington Stanwick ... daughter of Wells and Dori Stanwick ... has seven siblings, six older and one younger ... brother, Steele (Virginia '12), was selected as the 2011 men's lacrosse Tewaaraton Award winner ... sisters Sheehan ('01), Wick ('03) and Coco ('07) were lacrosse All-Americans at Georgetown ... brother Tad ('10) played lacrosse at Rutgers ... brother Wells ('15) plays lacrosse at Johns Hopkins ... has one younger brother, Shack ... enrolled in the Carroll School of Management.

Points: 9, at Holy Cross (2/16/13)
Goals: 6, (2x) last vs. Harvard (4/17/13)
Assists: 4, (3x) last vs. Syracuse (3/27/13)
Ground balls: 4, at New Hampshire (4/10/13)
Draw controls: 5, at Vermont (4/12/13)
Caused turnovers: 1, (2x) last at Ohio State (2/23/13)