• Off-Season Opportunities


    Below are some off-season Clinics and Skill opportunities for the summer of 2022:

    Clinic

    To register for this clinic click here

     

    Join us for the first ever Falcon Girl’s Lacrosse Summer Clinic! This clinic will offer individual skill development, positional development, live scrimmages, and exposure to several college coaches. Come join us on the beautiful UW River Falls campus to elevate your game. Open to all high school varsity (or projected varsity) players, clinic will equip you to play at the next level.

    Link: http://www.uwrflacrossecamps.com/camps.php

    Talia Hayes, Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach
    Athletics
    University of Wisconsin – River Falls

    Falcon Center B214
    (715) 425-4995 – Office
    (952) 686-3593 – Cell  


    Summer Camp 2022

    We are thrilled to once again be hosting a 2-day camp at Augsburg to help take your player's lacrosse game to the next level at a more affordable price. Cost of the 2 day camp is $165, and will include 10 hours of on-field instruction as well as some classroom work to help them on the field and as a teammate.

    Please pass along the bottom portion of this email to your players, and reach out with any questions you may have. 

    LACES Summer Camp 2022 

    Head out to Augsburg's Edor Nelson Field for two days of action packed LACROSSE. The camp will focus on stickwork, offensive tactics and defensive basics. Classroom work will be included as well. You will leave camp with some swag and more LAX IQ to take your game to the next level.

    July 26 & 27 | 9-3pm | 9-12th Graders | Edor Nelson Field | Cost: $165

    REGISTER HERE 

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    NORTHWEST Metro 7v7 League

    With the season winding down and summer right around the corner, team spots and registration is open for our 2022 North Metro 7v7 Summer League. Our 7v7 Summer League is an excellent opportunity for coaches (with approved MSHSL waiver) to keep working with their players!

    Details for the 2022 North Metro 7v7 Summer League are below. Please forward this to your players, captains, and families; we greatly appreciate it.

    Have a player, captain, parent, or coach reach out to us to reserve a team spot (9 field players plus goalie) or half-team spot.
     

    2022 NORTHWEST METRO 7V7 SUMMER LEAGUE

    Northwest Metro Thursday Nights
    Who: U19, 7th-12th graders ***2022 Graduates are Eligible to Play***
    Dates: Thursdays - June 23 through July 28
    Thursdays June 23; July 7, 14, and 28 will be played at Maple Grove High School Football Stadium
    Thursdays June 30 and July 21 will be played at Wilmes Field at Osseo High School.
    Game Times: 6:00 pm,  7:00 pm, and 8:00 pm game times will rotate each week.
    Field: Maple Grove Senior High School Football Stadium and Wilmes Field. Wilmes Field is the turf field located along 93rd Ave between Osseo Middle School and Osseo Senior High school. 

    Schools/Club Teams who request a full or half team spot will be listed here. Confirmed Teams:

    LEAGUE DETAILS

    • 7v7 short-sided field format, 20-minute halves with a 5-minute halftime. 
    • Maximum of 15 players, including 1-goalie per team. If a team has more than 15 players sign up, we may split the group into 2-teams, so players get more game play. We can schedule it so that the teams play at different times, so one coach would work with both of their program's teams. Goalies would be welcome to play for both should they want to.
    • 19U, graduated seniors of the 2022 class, are allowed to play in this league.
    • League will run for 6 weeks from June 23 through July 28 on Thursdays only. Teams may organize their own practices; this league is game play only. 
    • League champions will be based on standings from 5 weeks of gameplay and 1 week of playoffs.
    • Playoff seeds will be based on standings (i.e., 1st place game will be 1st place team vs 2nd place team, 3rd place game will be 3rd place team vs. 4th place team, etc.)
    • USLacrosse Membership required (must be valid through July 29, 2022)
    • We will be adhering to all federal, state, local, and site guidelines in regards to social distancing and recommendations to prevent COVID-19
    • To reserve a FULL TEAM SPOT (10 players including a goalie) email Lacrosse Connections. Teams will have 10-Days to have players register from when Lacrosse Connections has confirmed their spot. After that time Lacrosse Connections reserves the right to add players from the Free Agent list to fill out the team should it be deemed to be needed.

    COST FOR THE 2022 NORTHWEST METRO 7V7 SUMMER LEAGUE AT PARK CENTER

    Field Players
    • Early Registration (Wednesday, May 19, 2022, - Sunday, June 5, 2022) - $105
    • Normal Registration (Monday, June 6, 2022, - Sunday, June 19, 2022/League Full) - $115
    • Late Registration (Monday, June 20, 2022, - Start of League/League Full) - $125
     
    Goalies
    • Early Registration (Wednesday, May 18, 2022, - Sunday, June 5, 2022) - $45
    • Normal Registration (Monday, June 6, 2022, - Sunday, June 19, 2022/League Full) - $55
    • Late Registration (Monday, June 20, 2022, - Start of League/League Full) - $65

    WHAT TO EXPECT:

    • 7 v 7 League Play format
    • 10 - 15 players per team including a goalie. Confirmed teams with 15 or more players may be broken into 2 teams (we will work team coordinator to ensure girls are placed on the correct team) in case of an odd number of teams and to increase the amount of game time girls get each week. 
    • 1 regulation game each week. ( 2 - 20-minute halves)
    • Each team is coached by an experienced lacrosse coach 
    • 1 Certified Professional Referees per game*
    • Players receive individual tips on their stick and game situation skills
    • Coach-led half time debriefings on team strategies
    • Table/League manager there for easy check-in and to help answer any questions or concerns for players or their families.
    • This is a competitive league, so it is not ideal for beginners who have never played lacrosse before.
    • Goalies must have their own goalie equipment
    *We often partner with our reffing association to provide an avenue for refs to receive training; we believe this helps us all get better. As we partner, refs focus on instruction during half time and time-outs, so as not to affect the quality or length of the games.
     
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