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Off Season Conditioning begins Saturday 1/4/20 at 1:00PM at Power Train in FISC

Developing Lacrosse Players is our Mission!


City Lacrosse is dedicated to helping students achieve their goals thru Lacrosse.  Our mission is to provide youth with access to club sports regardless of their economic situation. In today's society sports provide amazing opportunities for youth to not only develop important social and leadership skills, but also build the talents to earn college scholarships to continue playing their sport.  Club sports clubs provide an opportunity for children and youth to learn skills that will help them in school, as well as in their future careers and personal relationship. Through engagement in Lacrosse, they learn leadership, teamwork, problem-solving, responsibility, self-discipline, and a sense of initiative.

Most student athletes that continue to play competitive sports in college, typically play Club sports  many times starting in Middle School.  They do this not only to develop their game but equally important to get exposure to college coaches.  It is through that exposure that student athletes earn the opportunity to attend college and play their sport for that school.  

The economic reality is that Club sports are expensive, and many families are unable to afford the costs associated with playing for a club.  Typically, just the annual cost to belong to a team is between $2,500 and $3,000 and this doesn't include equipment, uniforms and travel costs which can easily add another $1,000 per year.

City Lacrosse is designed to level the playing field and give any child that is passionate about playing Lacrosse, the opportunity to play club sports and use sports as a vehicle to get a college education.  

Our goal is to ensure that every child that wants to use Lacrosse to better their future, have that opportunity - Period.

Summer Session

All practices are mandatory.  Practice plans are developed based on the number of players attending practice.  Absences must be cleared in advance with the coach and excessive absences can result in removal from the club.

Practice begins Monday June 17th

Practice Ends July 31. 2019

2-3 Days per week

Practices will be at Frederick High School or a local Frederick Field

Times TBD


Orientation  Saturday June 27  4:00 - 6:00 

Frederick High School Cafeteria

Tournament Schedule:

All players are required to attend each tournament.  If you are unable to attend a tournament, it needs to be communicated as soon as possible.

National Fall Lax Fest Nov 2-3 SoccerPlex

Middle School Nov 2

4, 25 Minute Games

High School Nov 3

4, 25 Minute Games

Lax Clash  Nov 17


Middle School

4, 25 Minute Games

High School

3, 42 Minute Games

Winter Session

Is dedicated to strength, speed and agility.  All sessions are optional, but participation is highly encouraged.  We will have individually developed plans working within a group environment.  Sessions will include traditional workouts combined with a variety of additional experiences (Yoga, Hip Hop, etc)

Practice begins January 6, 2020

Practice Ends February 29. 2020

2 Days per week

Spring Season

No activities scheduled.  This is time for High School Lacrosse for our High Schoolers and Recreation League Lacrosse for our Middle Schoolers.

For additional information, please contact: 
David Lauterbach
[email protected]
(240) 409-6053

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Frederick High School Band Field

650 Carroll Parkway Frederick Maryland United States 21701

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1950 East Greenleaf Drive Frederick Maryland United States 21702

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