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Girls’ Events

Sunday, 14th October 2018

 

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Club tryouts

Phantastix free Supplemental Tryouts for 2023 through 2027 teams on Sunday, April 28 at the Academy of Notre Dame. The Phantastix are looking to fill a few spots on their east location middle school and elementary teams.
The tryout is free. For more info, contact phantastixlaxinfo@gmail.com
Times: 11:00-12:30 2023, 2024
12:30-2:00: 2025, 2026, 2027

Spring Tourney

The inaugural Lacrosse Unites for HER tournament (2021-2026), partnered with the Belles Lacrosse Club, benefit tournament on May 19 at West Chester University.
This tourney allows teams to prepare for the summer tournament season in a fun-filled and philanthropic day of lacrosse. The mission of UFH is to bridge the gap between the medical and wellness communities by funding and delivering complementary therapies that support the physical and emotional needs of those with breast cancer during treatment and beyond.
Team fees (Max roster 20) will include:
*Four 25-minute games;
*An organic swag bag filled with cosmetics valued at $25 for each player;
*And a reversible pinnie for all players.
Players will wear these pinnies for each game to play for pink or white in order to unite for the mission of the day. All teams are encouraged to participate in our Above and Beyond Fundraising Challenge to raise additional funds to support UFH. 100% of event proceeds benefit Unite for HER nonprofit organization.
Please complete registration online – https://events.teamsnap.com/login and mail check payable to ‘Unite for HER’ to: Unite for HER Attn: Lacrosse Unites for HER 127 East Chestnut Street, West Chester, PA 19380

Summer Tournament

1st Annual Chapter Sevens™, a fast and competitive 7v7 boys’/girls’ youth tournament on May 12 at Maple Zone in Aston, presented in the format that is under consideration by international lacrosse bodies for the Olympic Games. The novel event, organized and hosted by Heritage Lacrosse and Maple Zone Sports, promises to attract small-sided teams from recreational programs throughout the region. All play will take place at Maple Zone Sport’s state-of-the-art facility in Aston. Township and “Rec” programs are invited to send squads to play in every age bracket. Different levels of play are available. The format requires at least 6 players and a goalie. All players will enjoy the developmental benefit of playing on a modified, short-sided field. You and they will also experience a welcome change of pace:
• The format maximizes player touches
• Play is fast-paced and participatory
• Games promise to feature tight contests where every possession matters
• Teams will enjoy multiple 12-minute matches against diverse competition

• The Chapter Sevens™ will be staged in an intimate, fun and festive setting with adjacent fields, fastest shot contests, skills competitions, food, refreshments, vendors and prizes!  GIRLS schedule: Sunday, May 12th
The Tournament will consider scheduling certain brackets to play evening games on Friday or Saturday, if necessary, to accommodate the preferences, needs and scheduling constraints of the various recreational leagues in the region. Click here to register and for more info.

Summer Leagues

Lenape Lacrosse Summer League registration has opened. It will be the 22nd year of adult lacrosse beginning in early June. This Doylestown-based league is once again projecting between 16 and 20 men’s teams. In addition to the Men’s league, the league will be introducing a women’s league for the first time as well. This is a Tuesday Night League and league directors are still accepting team as well as individual sign-ups. For more information visit Lenapelacrosse.net. The leagues are open to men and women 18 years and older. Games will be played at Turk Field in Doylestown Tuesday nights at either 6:00 or 7:00. Teams will have 8 games plus playoffs; uniforms are supplied through Zima Gear.

Summer Benefits

Shootout for Soldiers Philadelphia, starts Wednesday, June 26 at 4pm and runs for 24 hours until 4pm June 27 at the Episcopal Academy.
*Registration and Information – https://shootoutforsoldiers.com/events/philadelphia-2019/
SFS Philadelphia raised over $100,000 last year – a level that no other location has ever done in its second year. Can Philly overtake Baltimore and Long Island for the top spot this year?
The goal is to have 2 adjacent fields running simultaneously for 24 hours. There will be a festival atmosphere with food trucks, music, family activities and, of course, lots of lacrosse. Teams can be traditional and non-traditional. Examples of non-traditional teams; All Goalie Team, Father/Son game, Switch sticks, Costume, and alumni teams are just a few types.
SFS Philly is looking for volunteers to reach out and solicit team participation which is the key to SFS Philly success. Anyone interested, please connect with Chris Bates at cbates@episcopalacademy.org. Also, if you know of a business/company that would like to learn about sponsorship or partnering opportunities with Shootout For Soldiers, reach out to Gabby Steinhardt, Director of Business Development at gabby@shootoutforsoldiers.com or (410) 800-0580 x708.

To submit a listing, e-mail us at golax@phillylacrosse.com

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