Fall Clinic (Lacrosse)
The SYA Warriors & Lady Warriors Fall Lacrosse Clinic 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) as well as those anxious to pick up their sticks and work on their skills for the upcoming Spring season. We teach the basics of the game in clinic style format. We will work on scooping, cradling, catching, passing, dodging, shooting, etc. All players are grouped by age for boys (U7, U9, U11, U13 and U15) and by grade for girls (pre-K/K, 1st/2nd, 3rd/4th, 5th/6th and 7th/8th). The format usually consists of 3-4 weeks of skills development with week 5 and 6 being reserved for potential scrimmages against each other and other local clubs.
The clinic 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.) It is a great way to get to know a sport they may be unfamiliar with while still being able to participate in their regular fall season sport. 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 in between the Fairfax County Parkway and Clifton Road.
When is it held?
Boys and Girls
Sundays: 9/9, 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/14, 10/21 (no clinic Columbus Day weekend – 10/7) – 3:00pm – 5:00pm
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?
$75.00 registration fee for Fairfax County residents ($105.00 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.
Is anything else required?
Boys need a lacrosse stick that meets National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Rules standards, an athletic cup and a mouth guard. Girls need a lacrosse stick that meets National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Rules standards, goggles and a mouth guard. Rubber soled cleats are recommended, but not necessary.
For information on summer, fall, and winter leagues, please visit our Links page.