Coronado Lacrosse Club (CLC) is open for registration and is looking for girls in third, fourth, seventh, and eighth grade to sign up to play in the spring 2020 season. Lacrosse is the fastest growing girls’ sport, and provides great exercise, teamwork building skills, discipline, and more, all while having fun.
CLC offers youth girls teams from kindergarten through eighth grade and currently has spots still available in the 3/4 grade and 7/8 grade teams. There is a wait list for girls in K-2 and 5/6 grades. Practices start the week of February 17th, with Saturday games beginning March 7th, and a season-ending jamboree in May. The 7/8 grade teams practice three evenings a week, times TBD, with assessments the week of February 11. The 3/4 grade team practices in the Coronado Cays on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00-5:30pm. All games are within San Diego County, with home games at either Coronado Middle School or Coronado High School.
CLC has several fun events planned this spring including a parents night out, which provides a great opportunity to get to know the coaches and board members, fellow parents, and to ask questions about the game; a group outing to a SDSU women’s lacrosse game, with a possible scrimmage during half time; and CLC Night, where the teams are introduced during half time at a CHS girls’ varsity team home game.
CLC is a public educational lacrosse organization for youth girls under sixteen years of age, with the goal of promoting the development of female youth lacrosse players to their greatest potential via recreational and competitive programs. CLC is dedicated to serving the San Diego community by ensuring that young ladies in surrounding communities have access to an excellent lacrosse education in a safe environment. CLC offers an opportunity for youth development, both physically and mentally, and strives to maintain its mission: developing youth lacrosse players to their greatest potential, while instilling an everlasting passion for the beautiful game of lacrosse.