Snohomish Girls Lacrosse is a premiere lacrosse Team in Snohomish County
Snohomish Lacrosse Club (Snolax) was established in 2002 to provide boys and girls in Snohomish County with the opportunity to learn and play the sport of Lacrosse. The Snohomish Lacrosse Club was founded by Doug and Bonnie Roulstone and was the first High School and Youth Lacrosse program established in Snohomish County.
Regular lacrosse season is Spring; end of February - May. Registration opens mid-October. Practices run 1.5-2 hrs.
U11(3rd & 4th gr) – 2 practices/wk, 6 weekends of jamboree style games 7 v 7
U13(5th &6th gr) – 2 practices/wk, weekend games
U15(7th &8th gr) – 2-3 practices/wk, weekend games
U19(9th-12th gr) – Practices or games almost every week day of the season.
Times, locations and days for practice vary depending on field availability but generally take place at Glacier Peak HS for HS players, Valley View MS and Centennial MS for youth players.
Girls lacrosse is a non-contact team sport, different from the men’s game. It is a fun, fast paced, high scoring game played on a soccer field. The equipment required to play is a legal women’s stick, lacrosse goggles, and a mouth guard. Lacrosse or soccer cleats are usually worn. Snolax has equipment that can be checked out with a deposit for the season for new youth players. Scholarships are available for registration fees.
New players at all levels can become highly competitive with experienced players through dedication and effort. We have new players join every year that become key contributors to their teams.
Players are required to join US Lacrosse. It is $35 and provides us with insurance. NEW Players will receive a $35 discount towards their registration.