Below is a little info on each of SYL's summer programs. More programs may be added as we get closer to summer, so keep checking in! Information and costs are subject to change. The older (U-13/15) Summer League will likely have some more full-field, 10-on-10 opportunities than in the past (during Summer League).
This Registration will close on June 19th.
Age: players born between 9/01/06 and 8/31/08
Dates/Times: June 22-26, Monday - Friday, 9am-11am
Description: Little Laxers is a week-long clinic. We work on individual skills like catching, throwing, and picking up groundballs. We also do fun drills and play lots of games! New players are encouraged!
Introduction to Lacrosse Clinic
This Registration will close on June 21st.
Boys born between 9/1/99 and 8/31/04 (U11 through U15). Not open to U9/10 as most of these players are already beginners.
Registration Fee: Free
US Lacrosse Membership: $25 (under age 15)
June 22-25, Mon-Thurs, 11:15am - 12:15pm
Only active, close-toed footwear - Running shoes or cleats are best. Please bring water and sunscreen/hat/sunglasses. We will provide sticks.
Steamboat Youth Lacrosse will be offering a BOYS Intro to Lacrosse clinics again this summer. Eligible participants are boys born between 9/1/99 and 8/31/04 that have never participated in a Steamboat Youth Lacrosse program. Clinics are four days, 1 hour each day. Please read this form carefully-if you still have questions, you can call Jake Flax at 846-0627 or Email email@example.com.
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Description: Summer Leagues are smaller-number, smaller-field leagues comprised of 4 local teams. We split up into teams of about 7-10 players (subject to change based on registration size) and play 4-on-4 or 5-on-5 on a field that's only about half as long as a normal field. This allows for tons of touches and very little standing! Equal playing time for all. It's fun, not competitive, and is a great way for the kids to grow their skills in the summer. In the past, we have played 10 "regular season" games, and 2 "playoff" games (everyone makes playoffs). 12 games total. We precede each game with a short "skill session," or practice that allows us to focus on specific skills. Then, we do our best to implement those recently-worked-on skills into the game that day.
More info about Fall Ball 2015 to come. We plan on making Fall Lacrosse more like Spring Lacrosse for the older (U-13-15) groups, including potential league games in the CYLA (Colorado Youth Lacrosse Association). This is tentative. More info to come.