Dynasty Lacrosse Club
Welcome to the home of Dynasty Lacrosse Club. Thank you for your interest in joining one of the premier lacrosse experiences in the region. We are excited to welcome you and your child to our program and to help her develop a love for the sport of lacrosse.
The club services girls from Kindergarten to 8th grade with travel team opportunities for girls from 3rd to 8th grade. Please note that Dynasty Lacrosse does its best to accommodate as many athletes as possible on its teams. However, demand often exceeds the number of spots available. So cuts may occur after evaluations (with the exception of our youngest age groups where all are welcomed until we reach capacity on a first come, first served basis).
By registering your child for the program now, you are only ensuring they have a spot for evaluations. Coaches take into account a variety of factors when selecting a team including, but not limited to, coachability, lacrosse IQ, attitude, athleticism, past commitment to Dynasty, position, and ability to commit to the team.
Division of teams
The Kindergarten to 2nd Grade Program will be playing in a non competitive league purely for the introduction of lacrosse to the younger player. There will be no post season playoffs or championships and therefore wins and losses will not be formally counted. League games run between March and May on the weekends.
The 3rd - 5th graders will have the opportunity to travel and play in a variety of tournaments. The focus of this program is to teach the players the basic skills and fundamentals of girls' lacrosse. Players will share playing time and play all positions on the field. There is one - two practices a week and occasional games (sometimes back to back or during the week). There are not as many opponents at this age level but we will schedule games as often as we can. League games begin in March and run through May.
The oldest group is primarily comprised of 6th - 8th graders in a competitive environment. The focus of this program is to teach the players the basic skills, fundamentals and sportsmanship of girls' lacrosse. Players will share and earn playing time and will begin to focus on positions that they enjoy playing best. There are two practices a week and two league games (sometimes back to back) on the weekend. League games begin in March and run through May.