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Who can play in the Loveland Lacrosse Club Girls’ program?
 
We welcome players who live in and around Loveland, attending both the public and private school systems.
 
What equipment do the girls need?
 
Goggles (must meet the ASTM Specification Standards)
Mouth guard – must be a visible color (no clear or white allowed)
Girl’s Crosse (lacrosse stick)
NO jewelry is allowed at any time during practice or games.
 

Does my daughter have to come to every practice?
 
We understand that girls have life outside of lacrosse and that there will be schedule conflicts from time to time, however, we expect that all players strive to attend all practices and games. 
 
 
2013 Team Information:
 
3rdand 4thGrade Girls’ Team
 
Will be divided into two balanced teams of no less than 15 and no more than 20 players per team.  Both teams will practice two times per week (location, day and time TBA) and all games will be played on Saturday.  Players may have a modified pocket on their crosse.  There will be no checking at this level of play.

 
5thand 6thGrade Girls’ Team
 
If sufficient number of players, they will be divided into an A and B team of no less than 15 and no more than 20 players per team.  The teams will be divided based player’s individual skill level.  The player evaluations will take place in the beginning of the season. Both teams will practice two times per week (location, days and time TBA) and all games will be played on Saturday.  Players must have a regulation pocket on their crosse.  There will be modified checking at the A level of play and no checking at the B level of play.
 
7th and 8th Grade (Middle School) Girls’ Team
 
Players will be divided into an A and B team of no less than 15 and no more than 20 players per team.  The teams will be divided based on player’s individual skill level.  The player evaluations will take place in the beginning of the season.  Both teams will practice on Tuesday and Thursday (time and location TBA) and all games will be played on Monday and Wednesday.  Players must have a regulation pocket on their crosse.  There will be modified checking at this level of play.

 
For questions regarding the girls' outh and Middle School Program, please contact Gerald Dwyer .