Programs

The age for eligibility for each of our programs is based on the Age & Eligibility Guide from US Lacrosse (http://www.uslacrosse.org/rules.aspx), which specifies the age cut-off date of August 31st of the previous year for the following year's Spring season.  For example, if a player is 6 years old on August 31st of 2015, then he or she is eligible to participate in the Clinic program in the Spring of 2016. For player segments, see: https://www.uslacrosse.org/players/player-segmentation.

Age Boys Girls
Under 5

Soft Sticks
All players in this program will meet once a week. They will engage in fun lacrosse skill drills that are designed to help teach them the game of lacrosse. Season starts in April.

Coordinator: Ryan Nash, ryan.nash.e3uq@statefarm.com

Soft Sticks
All players in this program will meet once a week. They will engage in fun lacrosse skill drills that are designed to help teach them the game of lacrosse. Season starts in April.

Coordinator: Colleen Roberson, colleen.w.roberson@gmail.com

5-6

Clinic
This is an instructional in-house league. Focus is on fundamental skills and introduction to the sport of lacrosse. There will be one weeknight practice, and games will be played on Saturday mornings. Season starts in April.

Coordinator: Enrique Sanchez, rique.sanchez@gmail.com

Pinky
This is an instructional in-house league. Focus is on fundamental skills and introduction to the sport of lacrosse. There will be one weeknight practice, and games will be played on Saturday mornings. Season starts in April.

Coordinator: Sandra Hipszer, hipszer@gmail.com

7-8

Tyker
This is an instructional in-house league. Focus is on fundamental skills and introduction to the sport of lacrosse. There will be one weeknight practice, and games will be played on Saturday mornings. Season starts in April.

Coordinator: Erik Schlenker, epschlenker@gmail.com

Tyker
This is an instructional in-house league. Focus is on fundamental skills and introduction to the sport of lacrosse. There will be one weeknight practice, and games will be played on Saturday mornings. Season starts in April.

Coordinator: Colleen Roberson, colleen.w.roberson@gmail.com

9-10

Lightning
Boys Lightning is 9-10 year old group and the youngest age group within CLC that sends teams to the MYLA to play against other programs. Teams are assigned to A, B, or C divisions and players are placed on teams according to skill level. Participation in evaluations prior to the season is critical to the proper assessment and placement. This age group is full contact and full field play. Helmet rentals are not available for this age group.

Coordinator: Matt Hipszer, mhipszer@gmail.com

Lightning
The age group plays in the MYLA against other travel programs. Teams are assigned to A, B, or C divisions and players are placed on teams according to skill level. Participation in evaluations prior to the season is critical to the proper assessment and placement.

Coordinator: Chiara Kirby, chiarakirby@gmail.com

11-12

Midget
Boys Midget is the 11-12 year old group. Teams are assigned to A, B, or C divisions and players are placed on teams according to skill level. Midget teams will play in the MYLA. Participation in evaluations prior to the season is critical to the proper assessment and placement. This age group is full contact and full field play. Helmet rentals are not available for this age group.

Coordinator: Matt Hipszer, mhipszer@gmail.com

Midget
The age group plays in the MYLA against other travel programs. Teams are assigned to A, B, or C divisions and players are placed on teams according to skill level. Participation in evaluations prior to the season is critical to the proper assessment and placement.

Coordinator: Amy Ensor, a_kable@hotmail.com

13-14

Junior
Boys Junior is the 13-14 year old group. Teams are assigned to A, B, or C divisions and players are placed on teams according to skill level. Junior teams will play in the MYLA. Participation in evaluations prior to the season is critical to the proper assessment and placement. This age group is full contact and full field play. Helmet rentals are not available for this age group.

Coordinator: Greg Gentner, greg.gentner99@gmail.com

Junior
The age group plays in the MYLA against other travel programs. Teams are assigned to A, B, or C divisions and players are placed on teams according to skill level. Participation in evaluations prior to the season is critical to the proper assessment and placement.

Coordinator: Nicole Ames, names@pklaw.com