House Clinic Details
The House Clinics are designed for both experienced players and beginners in Grades K-3rd.
Cost of House Clinics is $125 ($140 beginning 4/1)
House Clinics will give experienced players the chance to improve their skills in a fun, low-pressure environment, without sacrificing other activities they enjoy in the spring season. House Clinics will also give new players the chance to learn and practice the game of lacrosse
House players will participate in weekly skills clinics. Clinics are held on Sunday afternoons at PDS from 2-3pm
Date of first practice Sunday April 8 **there will be no practice on Memorial Day Weekend
Date of last practice: Sunday June 3
What equipment does my daughter need?
You can find more information about buying equipment in our "Documents" tab to the left.
1. A lacrosse stick
Make sure you buy a girl's stick. The pocket - or netting part - of a boy’s stick is much deeper. The regulation pocket of a girl’s lacrosse stick is legal if the ball remains even with or above the plastic walls of the head when held parallel to the ground.
If you buy a stick with a metal shaft, it is easy to cut to adjust for the correct size. We can help you determine the correct size at practice.
Eye protection is required. The player must wear eye protection at all games and practices. The most popular types of eye protection are plastic goggles and metal cages. Although both are acceptable for play and practice, our experience suggests that girls find the metal cages much more comfortable to wear.
3. Mouth guard (without a tab)
Required at every practice.
Optional. Soccer cleats work fine.
5. Lacrosse gloves
6. Water bottle or sports drink is also necessary for every practice.
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Princeton Girls Lacrosse Club (PGLC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of girls’ lacrosse. We recognize the enormous benefits of athletics for young girls and offer instruction in all aspects of the game and opportunities for girls at all levels. Our program stresses individual and team improvement, good sportsmanship and a healthy lifestyle. PGLC builds enthusiasm for the sport by establishing a fun and safe environment for learning and playing lacrosse.