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Stealth Camp At Hp Pavilion This Weekend

11/05/2003, 11:02am EST
By National Lacrosse League

The San Jose Stealth and Silicon Valley Sports and Entertainment (SVS&E) announced today the second of two training camps will be held at HP Pavilion at San Jose on Nov. 7-8.

This training camp session will be held on Friday, Nov. 7 from 6-8 pm and two sessions on Saturday, Nov.8 from 11-1 pm and 3-5 pm, all at HP Pavilion at San Jose. Training camp is open for the media and the public to attend both Friday and Saturday.

"This group of athletes coming to the camp will be giving it all they have because for some this is a place to prove that they are National Lacrosse League material," said General Manager and Head Coach, Johnny Mouradian.

The first session took place on Saturday, Oct.18 and Sunday, Oct. 19. There were 18-20 athletes out from local field and indoor teams that represented the top lacrosse talent living in the Bay Area.

Among the coaches and staff in attendance will be General Manager and Coach Johnny Mouradian, Offensive Coordinator Bobby Allan, Defensive Coordinator Dave Pirog, U.S. Scout Doug Locker and other representatives from the organization.

All media and spectators at the camp are suggested to enter through the North Entrance of HP Pavilion at San Jose. Free parking is available in the Parking lots A, B and C off Santa Clara Street.

For more information visit sjstealth.com or call (408) 999-5700.

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