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New Uniforms with Registration
12/19/2018
Registration has started and that means many people will be buying...
Kids Want More Lacrosse?
06/04/2018
Summer is almost here. If your child is just getting into lacrosse...
 
New Uniforms with Registration

Registration has started and that means many people will be buying new uniforms for they're kids.  The new uniforms will be from Savage Teamwear.  Please see the Savage sizing charts to help you make the right decsion. 

The registration cost includes a uniform that consists of a jersey and shorts.     

SIZING GUIDE TIPS

Boy’s/Men’s Reversible:

  1. Length Measurement Tips (length is most important for boy’s reversible)
    • Measure from top of shoulder blade to waist
    • Then add 2” to account for shoulder pads.
  2. Coordinate above length to sizing chart (closest fit) - suggested to size up if unsure
  3. Lacrosse reversible with pads should be at waistline or slightly above

Boy’s/Men’s Shorts:

  1. Measure a pair of current proper fitting athletic shorts
    • Lay shorts down relaxed on flat surface
    • Waist – Measure inside opening of shorts (do not stretch waistband)
    • Length – Pick one leg of shorts, measure front top of waistband to center of leg
  2. Waistbands are elastic with drawstring
  3. Standard lacrosse fit is center knee or slightly above (based on preference)

Girl’s /Women’s Reversible:

Length Measurement Tips

Coordinate above measurements to sizing chart (closest fit) suggested to size up if unsure

  1. Chest Measurement Tips
    • Measure from under center of armpit across chest to under center of opposite armpit
    • Add 2” to chest measurement to ensure it can easily be reversed
    • Measure from top of shoulder blade to desired length
    • Normal fit is 2-3” below waist

posted 12/19/2018
Kids Want More Lacrosse?

Summer is almost here. If your child is just getting into lacrosse a summer camp is a great way to have fun with the sport for a week or two during the summer. There are a number of camps around at different price ranges. The best way to make these a fun experience is to go with friends.

Summer and fall teams are available at many levels. Most start at the 5th grade age and are segmented by graduation year. These teams try to recruit as many skilled players as possible to compete in tournaments. The commonality is that these players who want to practice and play as much as possible. Your child will get better in these programs. Most teams have tryouts, some are invite only and you'll have to plan ahead. Sometimes playing on the practice squad for a period of time. Here is a list in no particular order!

Camps

Summer, Fall and Winter Teams


by posted 06/04/2018