For boys and girls aged 6 thru 14.
Instruction will start with four weeks of basic training (two nights a week) and continue for another 6 weeks with two practices and games on Saturday morning. Age groups will train as one and then on weekends teams will be split up.
All games and practices to be held at Wesley Chapel District Park.
Registration Cost: $175 per player
(discounts for multifamily members)
Registration includes: Reversible game/practice jersey and shorts. As well as Instruction and games.
Sticks and protective equipment not provided but can be found at numerous local stores and online sites. Check website for specific needs for boys or girls and their age group.
Unlock Your Child’s Potential
Warriors recreational lacrosse program provides a lacrosse learning experience for boys and girls, beginner and returning youth players 1st to 8th grade. Our team of dedicated coaches help build a foundational skill set, foster team work, and teach sportsmanship while having fun.
Area Public High Schools in the area that now offer both Boys and Girls Lacrosse teams are Wesley Chapel HS, Wiregrass Ranch HS, Cypress Creek HS, Pasco HS, Sunlake HS, Wharton HS, Freedom HS and Land O’ Lakes HS; all of which need players for their teams!
Although it is not recommended that any athlete play below or above his age group, US Lacrosse recognizes the need for special consideration due to the physical and/or cognitive development of an athlete. It would be up to the league to establish a waiver process through which it can review such cases. Ultimately it is up to the league and athlete’s parents to come to an agreement.
- Practice 2 times per week at Wesley Chapel District Park.
- Scheduled weekend games
- The continued development of your child’s lacrosse skills.
(due upon registration)
- $175 Girls and Boys 8U
- $175 Girls and Boys 10U
- $175 Girls and Boys 12U and 14U
The uniform costs are included. WCAA will receive all uniforms and will distribute them. Once registered, look for your registration confirmation email with the uniform ordering link and instructions.
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LACROSSE... THE FASTEST GAME ON TWO FEET!
Lacrosse, the fastest-growing team sport in the country, combines some of the best aspects of other sports into one sport, allowing players of all sizes and skill sets the ability to contribute.
The fundamental concepts of men’s and women’s lacrosse are the same – players try to score goals by using a stick, which features a plastic or wooden head with netting at the end, to shoot a ball into the goal. The are various rule differences between men’s and women’s lacrosse which makes each game unique.
- Boy’s lacrosse stick
- Mouth guard
- Shoulder pads
- Arm/Elbow pads
- Athletic cup
- Girl’s Lacrosse Stick
- Mouth piece
- Gloves (optional)
US Lacrosse is the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse, primarily serving the youth game. It provides a leadership role in virtually every aspect of the game, boasts 64 chapters throughout the United States, and offers programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the sport.
Membership & Insurance
All WCAA Lacrosse players must have a current US Lacrosse membership. ($25 under 15 years; $35 high school)
US Lacrosse partners with Bollinger Insurance to provide exclusive on-the-field coverage for all US Lacrosse members. In addition, US Lacrosse and Bollinger provide extensive Risk Management information that you need to protect your players and stay safe on and off the field. More about the insurance here.
Your sponsorship will help benefit WCAA Lacrosse by equipping the teams with balls, referees, equipment, and most importantly, aide in providing scholarships to those players in need that would otherwise not participate.
All Participants in Wesley Chapel Athletic Association (WCAA) Programs are required to comply with the approved Code of Conduct. Violations in the Code of Conduct are subject to the disciplinary action as outlined in this procedure.
The Wesley Chapel Athletic Association, Inc., was incorporated as a non-profit organization in the State of Florida on June 19, 2000. This association may also be known as the WCAA.