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Girls High School Lacrosse Info

HS Coaches

Our HS coaches have a minimum US Lacrosse Level 1 certification with many years of coaching experience. We also provide CPR/AED training to all coaching staff.

Registration Dates

Everett Lacrosse Club typically opens early discounted registration in late October and regular registration in December for the spring season. You can access registration on the Registration tab on the Everett Lacrosse Club website (www.everettlacrosseclub.org). All players must have a US Lacrosse membership ($35) Please go to www.uslacrosse.org and click on the Membership tab. The club also offers fall and winter clinics which will be announced on the Everett Lacrosse website.

Season Length

The main lacrosse season runs from February to mid-May. Depending on the tournament(s) your team selects, some teams may also have tournament play extending into the summer.

Practice Schedule

The Girls HS lacrosse season begins with practices in early February. Practices are generally scheduled for 2 hours/4-5 days a week. The practice schedule for each team is communicated to parents and players prior to the start of the season.

Practice/Game Locations

Practices and home games are held at either Kasch Park (8811 Airport Road, Everett WA 98204) or Walter E. Hall Park (1226 SW Casino Road, Everett WA 98201). Away games can be anywhere throughout Washington State at the high school level.


Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association (HS) Go to www.wslax.org to find information regarding both Varsity and JV teams for the state.

Game Schedule

The game schedule is released by wslax to all teams in mid to late February. Typically HS games take place during the week. The season begins with a Jamboree day held on Bainbridge Island, just before the start of the regular season. The duration of a HS game is 50-minutes with two 25-minute halves using stop-clock unless the coaches agree prior to the game to use a running-clock. 10-minute halftime unless less time is agreed upon by both coaches prior to the game. Tournament Play End of season tournament play is determined by the head coach with input from the parents and players. Tournaments generally take place over a weekend in June or July. Tournament fees for teams are not included in the registration fee.

2017 SEASON: For freshman and/or girls new to our HS team for the 2017 season, you will need to purchase a uniform kit from ELC's Lacrosse Unlimited online team store. The two jerseys and skirt will be yours to keep.
Please contact Liz Reeves ( VPHSGirls@everettlacrosseclub.org , 425-308-2091) via text, email, phone call or in person with your desired jersey number PRIOR to placing your order as we cannot have duplicate jersey numbers.
Last day to order uniforms will be January 8th, 2017 because the team store closes. All orders placed will be delivered on or before March 1st to Liz Reeves. She will distribute the uniforms to the players. Register and order soon to lock in your desired jersey number.
All Team Store items are custom made, and there are no returns or exchanges on any items purchased in a team store. After the store closes, we cannot change or cancel any orders. If you have questions or would like to make a change to your order PRIOR to the store close date, please contact TeamSales@LULax.com or call 855-4TEAMLU IMMEDIATELY.

Team Communication

Everett Lacrosse Club primarily uses email for club-wide and/or team communication. Teams also use a collaboration tool called Bonzi. It can be accessed online or through their phone app for android/iOS to communicate attendance, schedule changes, car pools, etc.

Parent Volunteers

Nearly our entire organization is run by volunteers. Parents are graciously requested to volunteer as a team parent for the season or for game day duties (side line manager, field set-up, or several score table duties.) These are all great ways to learn about the game of lacrosse and experience it together with your child.

Lacrosse Rules

WSLA and Everett Lacrosse follow all rules and regulations as set forth by US Lacrosse Association (USLA.) You can view the rules on by accessing them through www.wslax.org

Where do HS Girls lacrosse players come from?

For Everett Lacrosse Club, our players come from the Everett, Mukilteo and Marysville school districts. HS Girls lacrosse players come from other sports such as: basketball, soccer and softball. Others don't play any other sport at all because they like the uniqueness of the game. Many girls play because their brothers play, but don't be fooled! The game of Women's Lacrosse is a game of finesse and strategy allowing girls the opportunity to develop and gain strength in both body and mind.