NEW TO LACROSSE?
Welcome to Woodcreek / Roseville Youth Lacrosse
Roseville's (CA) Youth and High School Lacrosse program.
We have lots of information on this website for beginners. Check out the left tabs for information on equipment, rules of the game, our mission statement and links to local lacrosse opportunities.
Please go to the REGISTRATION TAB to see which program(s) are currently "open".
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Welcome to Woodcreek / Roseville Youth Lacrosse offers camps and clinics throughout the year. We understand that lacrosse is NEW to almost everyone in our area so beginners are always welcome at all of our events. Check our homepage calendar for upcoming events.
Please come out to any of our events, clinics or games to watch. Feel free to ask questions, our Board Members, Coaches, Team Parents and Players! Any of us are always happy to answer your questions.
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SPRING SEASON ~ January thru May
SUMMER BEGINNER CLINICS ~ June thru August
INDOOR (Summer) LACROSSE LEAGUE ~ August thru September
FALL CAMPS & CLINICS ~ October and November
Woodcreek/Roseville Youth Lacrosse Club is a community based lacrosse club through and witht eh support of the Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (NCJLA)and is open to lacrosse players throughout the general Placer County Region.
We JUST RECENTLY became a CIF sactioned team at Woodcreek High School so players who ATTEND at Woodcreek High School would tryout and play for the high school team..... however, we are not limited to only Woodcreek High School students for our high school club team if you do not attend Woodcreek H.S. or if you do and you do not make the team.
We are a member of the Northern California Chapter of USLacrosse.
NCJLA Teams for Spring 2019 Season
BOYS YOUTH 12U & 14U
BOYS HIGH SCHOOL JV & VARSITY
GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL
GIRLS 12U & 14U
New this Spring 2019
Starts in March through & with the support of NCJLA