• [Hamilton Girls Lacrosse]

    Girls Lacrosse  


    Did you know:
    Lacrosse is considered the fastest game on two feet.

    Women's lacrosse was the fastest growing NCAA sport adding 40 new programs.
    Although the game traces it's roots to the Haudenosaunee nation the first women's game was actually played in Scotland. 
    Welcome to the Girls Lacrosse Club!
    Come learn about the fastest growing game in the country.  
    The Hamilton Girls Lacrosse Club is dedicated to organizing, developing and promoting the sport of lacrosse within Arizona. Hamilton Girls Lacrosse is committed to honoring the game by instilling values of sportsmanship and integrity in an environment that places team accomplishments above personal achievement. Hamilton Girls Lacrosse develops leaders through scholastic achievements and athletic endeavors while emphasizing the importance of community service. 
    The Hamilton Girls Lacrosse Club looks to expand awareness about the sport through free clinics and organiziung trips to watch lacrosse games. 
    Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in the country and is expanding throughout Arizona atr a rapid pace. Arizona State University recently added Women's lacrosse as a D1 sport. This is a great opportunity to learn about this amazing game. 
    For more information about the club and to attend meetings please contact Mrs. Hendricks. Meetings will begin in the fall. 
    If you are interested in playing high school lacrosse visit these sites:
    Huskies High School Lacrosse - This team plays in the Arizona Girls Lacrosse Association in the spring. 
    Fall Orientation Practice
    August 25th, 2018
    8am  - 10am
    IMPORTANT! NEW Location: Quail Haven Park
    4675 S Adams, Chandler  - Just North of San Tan MS
    Bring water, wear sunscreen, mouthguards - we have sticks and Goggles if you do not have them
    East Valley Girls Lacrosse - This is a program that includes opportunites for all levels of players including competitive travel teams. 

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