The SYA Warriors & Lady Warriors Fall Lacrosse Season is held on six fall Sunday afternoons in September and October. It is designed for boys and girls new to lacrosse (novice or first year players), and those anxious to pick up their sticks and work on their weak hand. We teach the basics of the game, scooping, cradling, catching, passing, dodging, etc. There are no teams, per se, but we scrimmage among ourselves and maybe against some other local teams. All players are grouped by age (Under-9 (U-9), U-11, U-13, and U-15). It provides the participants (and their parents) an introduction to the “fastest game on foot”, so they do not have to commit an entire season (and a full season of fees) to a sport they may be unfamiliar with. We look forward to teaching you, and your children, the wonderful game of lacrosse.
Who is eligible? Boys and girls ages 4-16.
Where is it held?
Located on Popes Head Road inbetween the Fairfax County Parkway and Clifton Road.
When is it held?
Boys and Girls
- Sundays: Sundays 9/11, 9/18, 9/25, 10/2, 10/16 AND 10/23
3:00pm – 4:30pm
Why might I be interested? To have fun, learn “the fastest game on foot”, and get a jump on skills development for our spring season.
How much does it cost? $70.00 registration fee for Fairfax County Girls and Boys residents ($100.00 for non-Fairfax County residents includes $30.00 non-resident fee), plus $30.00 equipment rental fee for boys (includes helmet, shoulder pads, arm pads, and gloves), or $10.00 goggle rental fee for girls. Please pay rental fee while registering on-line. A deposit check of $250.00 will be needed at equipment issue for the boys. Boy registrants will be notified of equipment issue. Boys can also rent your equipment for $100 for the year, fall to fall. A deposit check of $50.00 for the girls will be required when goggles are picked up at the initial clinic. All deposit checks will be held and returned in exchange for returned equipment.
Is anything else required? Boys need a lacrosse stick that meets National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Rules standards, and an athletic cup and mouth guard. Rubber soled cleats are recommended. Girls need a lacrosse stick that meets US Lacrosse Rules standards goggles, mouth guard and rubber soled cleats.
Warriors & Lady Warriors Lacrosse head and assistant coaches are always needed and welcome. Lack of coaches is our main limitation to fielding teams.
For information on summer, fall, and winter leagues, please visit our Links page.