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Mammoth Camp Enters Second Week

11/13/2002, 1:04pm EST
By National Lacrosse League

The next session of the Colorado Mammoth training camp open to the public is on Saturday, November 16th from 9pm - 11pm at the Arapahoe Sports Center in Englewood, Colorado. Week two of seven week training camp starts this weekend with several local players including Jamie Munro, Head Coach of the Men's Denver Pioneers Lacrosse Team, Brian Langtry, a local school teacher and lacrosse coach and Tom Ethington of Denver University, are all entering their second week against some of the National Lacrosse League's best veterans.

Training Camp will run most weekends from November 8 through December 20, 2002. Training camp will be held primarily at Arapahoe Sports Center at 7300 S. Fraser Street in Englewood, CO. The phone number there is 303-617-3988. There will be some practices held in Fort Collins, Colorado and that information will be released as it is available.

The inaugural Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse 2003 season schedule has been released and begins January 3, 2003 against the Toronto Rock at the Pepsi Center. The eight home game schedule will be played at Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado on weekends between December and April. Season ticket packages range from $80 - $240 and can be purchased now at 303-405-1101 or www.coloradomammoth.com.

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