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Camps and clinics are open to any and all women's lacrosse registrants ages 2026-2029.
About Us

Mission Statement

Our mission is to empower young lacrosse players to dream big and to be the best they can be both on and off the field. Through our energy and positivity, we will work to elevate  players ability to compete in everything they do.


Meet the Staff


Amy Altig

Head Coach, 
University of Delaware

Amy Altig is in her fifth season with the University of Delaware Blue Hens. Prior to being hired at Delaware, Altig held assistant coaching stints at Penn State University (2010-19,) Princeton University (2007-10) and the University of Richmond (2005-07).

As a goalkeeper at James Madison University from 2001-05, Altig led the Dukes to two Colonial Athletic Association titles, was a two-time All-CAA pick and was selected to the North/South STX Senior All-Star Game. A two-time team captain, she also saw a spot on the 2004 CAA All-Tournament Team and still ranks in the Top 12 of three career statistical categories at JMU.

Altig worked mainly with the Nittany Lion goalkeepers and defensive unit. During her tenure, she coached 19 All-Americans, 36 All-Region performers, 40 All-Conference selections in addition to more than 25 student-athletes who received academic honors. Additionally, PSU boasted three Conference Goalkeepers of the Year under Altig's guidance.

After helping Penn State to a third NCAA quarterfinal appearance in four years in 2015, Altig was named IWLCA Assistant Coach of the Year and was inducted to the U.S. Lacrosse Virginia Chapter Hall of Fame.

Altig became a playing member of the USA National Team in 2003 and was part of the 2009 USA World Cup Training Team and 2008 USA Prague Touring Team. She also served as a field coach for USA Tryouts from 2015-17. Since 2017, Altig has been the defensive coordinator/goalkeepers coach for the USA National Team.


Steph Lazo

Associate Head Coach, 
University of Delaware

Steph Lazo is in her fifth season with the University of Delaware Blue Hens. Prior to Delaware, Lazo, spent the 2019 season as a volunteer assistant coach at her alma mater, Penn State, and the 2018 season as an assistant coach at Mount St. Mary's.

A two-time All-American for the Nittany Lions, Lazo helped guide PSU to four NCAA Tournament appearances, including two trips to the semifinals.

In addition to her All-American accolades, the Stevensville, Md. native was a three-time All-Region selection, two-time All-Big Ten selection, two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection and the 2017 Big Ten Attack Player of the Year.  As a senior, Lazo was a unanimous All-Big Ten pick, leading the conference in points (89) and assists (43). Her 89 points as a senior were the most for a Nittany Lion since the 1989 campaign while her 43 assists are good for second-most in program history. She also earned IWLCA Senior All-Star Game MVP honors in 2017.

The 2017 Penn State Female Athlete of the Year, Lazo finished her career ranked seventh all-time in program history in points (211) and assists (89).

Lazo was selected in the inaugural Women's Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) draft playing two season with the Command (2018-2019.) In 2018 she helped lead the Command to the Inaugural Championship title that season.


Kara Nakrasius 

Assistant Coach, 
University of Delaware

​University of Delaware head women's lacrosse coach Amy Altig added Kara Nakrasius as an assistant coach in August of 2022.

Prior to her arrival in Newark, Nakrasius was on staff at Quinnipiac as an assistant coach.

Nakrasius competed at Temple from 2016-2021, where she was a four-year captain for the Owls. During her stint with the Owls, she broke the career draw control record with a total of 236 and ranked 7th in program history with 144 ground balls. A five-year started ta Temple, she played four years as a starting defender before transitioning to midfield/attack for her fifth year.
She was a 2021 American Athletic Conference Second Team honoree, 2019 First Team All-American Athletic Conference honoree and a four-time winner of the Devon Marie Lam "T" Means More Award which is given to the person who most exemplifies Temple Lacrosse through selflessness, dedication & desire for team success (2017, 2018, 2019, 2020). She was also a winner of the Enterprise Spirit & Sportsmanship Award (2017) & Parliament Award (2019) for the student-athlete who has demonstrated a devotion to the essence of sport through their acts of sportsmanship.

Nakrasius earned both her bachelor's (2020) and master's (2021) degrees from Temple University.

This camp is owned and operated by StateOne Lacrosse LLC. StateOne Lacrosse clinics are independently run and are not University of Delaware sponsored programs. 

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