Seminole Lacrosse League
The Seminole Lacrosse League is an organization dedicated to the promotion and development of the great game of lacrosse in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area. Seminole’s goal is to give the youngsters of our area the opportunity to play and experience lacrosse, thus helping the game grow at the high school level.
The Seminole League sports an extremely high coach to player ratio, insuring that all participants receive individual attention. Many of Seminole’s coaches are still active players themselves, and have played in Collegiate, Club, and International competition.
Seminole League Lacrosse Clinics:
The purpose of the Seminole League Clinics is to educate and prepare players for participation in the Seminole League. It is for all players with skill levels ranging from beginner to expert. Points of emphasis include fundamentals, stick skills, rules, and fun. It is very important for beginners to attend the clinic before participating in the League.
The Seminole Clinc for boys aged 4-13 will be held June 7 - 10 at Darden Towe Park from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. (Monday - Thursday) For girls ages 7-16, the Clinic will be held June 15, 17 - 18 at Darden Towe Park from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday)
Seminole Lacrosse League:
For each age group, the Seminole Lacrosse League is meets twice a week. Boys practice Monday evenings and girls practice Tuesday evenings. (After a single practice, the Players League plays twice a week.) Every Saturday is game day — as a developmental league, there are no set teams. Coaches select teams just before game time, making a point to maximize parity between the teams.