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Lincoln-Way Lacrosse Club was formed in the spring of 2007 and currently provides lacrosse opportunities for boys in grades K thru 8.  Our co-operative high school program consists of players from Lincoln-Way High School District 210, which includes Lincoln-Way East, Central, and West.

The goal of our team is to provide a safe and productive environment that enables young athletes to learn and apply the principles of teamwork, discipline, dedication, and sportsmanship. We facilitate the development of strength and character in every player.

We strive to teach all players to Honor and Respect the game.

Participation in our Youth program is open to all K through 8th grade students that live inside and outside Lincoln-Way District 210. To participate in the High School program you must attend a District 210 school.
We are sustained by the efforts of volunteers who display an extraordinary amount of commitment and hard work, ensuring that our team is a positive influence in the lives of our players. We also strive to provide a service to our community by providing a healthy outlet for children and opportunities for the community to unite.

Sportsmanship - Teamwork - Strength - Character - Discipline - Dedication

LWLC participates in indoor and outdoor lacrosse programs for every type of player from beginner to advanced.

These programs emphasize the fundamentals of lacrosse, which include catching, passing, scooping, dodging, and defense. Participants will do drills designed to teach and develop these skills as well as team concepts to be used in intra-squad scrimmages.

Emphasis in practices and scrimmages will be on skill development, teamwork, and sportsmanship.

Lincoln-Way Lacrosse Club Registration is Open!
Winter Session:
Do you want to try one of the fastest growing sports on two feet?  The Winter Session Registration is for players in grades K- 8 that would like to give the sport of lacrosse a try without committing to a full season.  Train with current LWLC coaches on Sundays in January/February and learn basic skills such as dodging, faking, ground balls, footwork, shooting, etc.
Spring Season:
Are you all in?  The Spring Season Registration includes Winter Session training, 2 practices/week, 8 league games, playoff games (2 minimum) and 2-3 tournaments.  The Spring Season Registration is currently open to players in K-4th grade.  Players in 5th-8th grades must register for the Winter Session.  At the end of the Winter Session, evaluations will be conducted for Spring Season placement.
View the Register Online Section for more detail about schedules/equipment/cost, etc. for each option.

by posted 10/15/2022
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