Did you hear about the sport from a friend or neighbor and want to find out more?
First, you're in the right spot. We offer programs for girls at the youth level as well as high school aged players.
If you have a child that is interested in lacrosse, grades 1-8, have them check out one of our fall clinics. Those will be posted on the Youth tab when available. Our site has a tremendous amount of info but a good place to start is the FAQ tab under RESOURCES. Can't find what you are looking for? Just email us and we'll be happy to chat with you.
Lacrosse is the fastest growing youth sport in the country right now. Don't worry if your kid has never played, as most kids here haven't so your child is not at a disadvantage. A lot of kids have only picked up a stick in the last year to two, and every year we add more new kids to the program. Here are links to PDF's of girls youth lacrosse books from US Lacrosse. This is a great resource for parents and players that would like to learn the game.
Please note: Some rules have been modified since the production of this video. Nonetheless, we hope you’ll find the video to be helpful in your understanding of the game.
2019 NFHS Girls' High School Rule Changes
2019 NCAA Women's Lacrosse Championship: #1 Maryland vs #2 Boston College
Cradling is the twisting and rocking motion of a lacrosse stick as a player runs. Holding a lacrosse stick still makes it very easy for an opponent to knock it out of your stick.
Basic passing & catching with a stationary partner – practice right and left hand passes & catches. This is one of the first beginner lacrosse drills that kids should practice.
Organizations that receive a Team Grant are required to be part of the US Lacrosse Member Program and will receive complimentary US Lacrosse membership for up to two adult coaches and up to 20 youth or high school players.
A goalie's guide to overcoming fear of the shot.
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The Lady Vipers Lacrosse Booster Club is a 501(c)(3) organization committed to the purpose of developing and promoting the play of lacrosse for girls in grades 1-12. It is dedicated to the skill development of youth lacrosse players at the recreational level, in the Vandegrift High School attendance zone in Austin, Texas.
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