E Sports Lacrosse Camps are designed to raise the level of play of each and every participant. Each camp or clinic will focus on improving the basic skills of the sport. Skill development will include stick work, footwork, shooting, dodging and defensive positioning. As appropriate these skills will be woven into game-like drills to help improve each campers overall play. Whether you are a first time or experienced player E Sports Lacrosse Camps and Clinics are sure to be a lot of fun and to advance your skill and knowledge of the sport. 

Questions? Need Help Registering?

Oren Goldring
Director of After School Programming & Camps
E-mail Oren
615.383.9674

Lacrosse Camps & Clinics

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  • Coach Corey Donohoe

    Corey Donohoe is the coach of the Ensworth High School Lacrosse team and a instructor in the Fitness Program. Before coming to Ensworth she was an assistant lacrosse coach at the United States Naval Academy. Corey was a two-time First Team All American lacrosse player at UNC Chapel Hill from 2007 - 2011. A native of Maryland, she started playing the sport of lacrosse at a young age. Corey places a huge emphasis on skill development and improving different aspects of the game including stick work, dodging, shooting, ground balls, defensive positioning. She believes in a fun environment with the focus on learning something new and enjoying the sport. 

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  • Pierre Byrne

    Pierre Byrne joined Ensworth in 2020 as the Head Boys’ Lacrosse Coach.  He attended the University of Notre Dame and received a Bachelor's Degree in Business in 2018. Byrne earned ACC Academic Honor Roll recognitions while playing midfielder for the Notre Dame Mens' Lacrosse team, which advanced to the NCAA tournament all four years he was on the roster.