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Girls United Field Lacrosse

Coaching Selections for 2020

Even as the snow flies, we are preparing for the 2020 girl's field lacrosse season here in KW.

We have completed the first round of coaching selections so for 2020.

U11-1,  Tamara Grant

U11-2, U11-3, to be determined after registration

U13, Brooke Hepditch

U15, Andrea Broderick

U19-1, Ken Lubert

U19-2, Kevin Schmitt

This year our coordinator of houseleague is Amanda Groothuis and the director of our Ladies Pick-up is Lisa Collee.

Thanks to all who applied and congratulations once again to the successful candidates!

 

Stuff people say about our programs

Little Laxers

"This was an amazing experience for my daughter, she will definitely be playing again next year!!"

"Possibly the most well-run program I have encountered (incl. hockey, soccer, you name it). Exceptional experience. Fun, engaging... you have created something truly unique and special."

"We loved lacrosse. It was very well organized and the coaches did an amazing job keeping the kids engaged."

U9 Pixie Sticks

"Great first experience!"

"Looking forward to next year!"

"Absolutely fantastic. I can't express enough how well run and structured the program is. We just wished it lasted longer! I honestly can't think of anything I would change. I guess other than extending the season! Really looking forward to my daughter being part of the upcoming tournament in KW."

"My daughter really enjoyed it."

Houseleague

"I'm so grateful to everyone involved with this program. To make it possible for my daughter to start her first season even though she didn't make it to the rep team. The skills they were taught were outstanding. It was so great to see the girls come so far."

"Hanna did an amazing job with the girls. She tried very hard to ensure she worked with each girl and encouraged them. Hanna's assistants did an amazing job with the girls. My daughter enjoyed the program - she joined it to see how interested she is in playing lacrosse. I would like to thank Hanna and her team for great season!!!!"

"This is the first team sport my daughter has been interested in and she has truly enjoyed it. From the perspective of a parent who has other kids in other organized team sports (non-lacrosse), I was SO impressed with how well run the program was. The communication was timely and fulsome. Thank you!"

"Hannah is an amazing coach! She brings out the best in all her students, and challenges them at a level appropriate to each learner. She challenges kids, but makes the learning enjoyable and makes every child feel good about themselves."

 

 

Little Laxers, U9 Recreational, U9 Competitive are all "Baby/Mini"

Sorry for the confusion but if you are registering your daughter for Little Laxers, U9 Recreational or U9 Competitive you will need to click on the U9 Baby/Mini option on the registration portal.  We will go through the registrants prior to the beginning of the season and sort them into the appropriate programs.  Any girls born in 2011 will also have the option of trying out for the U11 rep team.  Again, we will contact all 2011 birth year players to ask if they intend to try out for U11 rep.

Be sure your stick is legal for girls field lacrosse

If you are thinking about purchasing a new girls field lacrosse stick, please make sure it is on the Approved Sticks and Pockets link below.  We would hate for you to spend money on a new stick and then find out you can't play with it.


Coach Andrea Broderick, Players Avery Morton, Harper Weatherdon, Jace Cormier and Coach Ken Lubert competed at the National Girls Field Lacrosse Championships in Calgary.


U13 Provincial Champions


U15 Provincial Champions

KW Girls Field Lacrosse Players compete at Ontario Summer Games

KW was well represented at the Ontario Summer Games in London this past weekend.  Coaches Jordyn Harrison (U15), Ken Lubert (U19) and manager Leanne Uhrig (U13) call chipped in to help out and were joined by players Maddy Camm, Acadia Carlson, Macy Hepditch, Kara Patton, Rylee Harrison and Emma Uhrig.  Also competing and bringing home hardware were: Megan Shepley, (Bronze), Rylin Cormier (Silver) and Avery Morton with a Gold!


KW Field Girls Compete at Ontario Summer Games

Girls Field Lacrosse in The Record

The KW Field Lacrosse U19 team hosted a team from Harrogate School in England this week. Check out some pics from the KW Record.

Girls Field Lacrosse in The Chronicle

And check out this one from the Waterloo Chronicle

KW Success Stories

One of the great things about Girls Field Lacrosse is the opportunities available to players once they graduate from U19.  The following is a  list of KW players that recently moved on to play in College or University.

NCAA

Davenport Panthers, Jordyn Harrison

Lindenwood Lions, Molly Beckham (NCAA Final Four)

Towson Tigers, Emily Gillingham, Team Canada U19 (World Champions)

Arizona Sun Devils, Avery Hamill

Willaim Smith College Herons, Kelsi Carr

St. Mary's College of California Gaels, Jocelyn Lubert

Erskine College Flying Fleet, Faith Flanagan

CIS

Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks, Rose Williams, Alana McDonald, Emily Ferguson, Jessica Lubert, Claudia Ill, Emily Reagan, Cierra Horton-Drago

McMaster University Marauders, Laura King, Claire Higgs

University of Western Ontario Mustangs (OUA Champions), Amy Rawlings, Noelle Niklaus

Guelph Gryphons, Shannon Pringle, Gurleen Sohol, Shayna Dramnitzke

NAIA

Lawrence Tech Blue Devils, Brooke Hepditch


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