Commited To The Growth of Girls LAcrosse
Since 2011 the Pittsburgh Premier Lacrosse Club has promoted the highest level of play of girls lacrosse in Western Pennsylvania. Over 2,000 1st - 12th grade girls, from all around the Greater Pittsburgh area, have been a part of Pittsburgh Premier Lacrosse Club’s program, which focuses on quality instruction from our all female staff, competitive opportunities, and growing the popularity and strength of girl’s lacrosse throughout our region.
Our Experienced Staff & Coaches
With over 30 collective years in the college lacrosse ranks, and serving at various academic institutions each of us brings a unique set of skills within teaching lacrosse to every age group. But honestly we don't expect you to just believe us, we invite you to come to practice and see for yourself! Our staff will be available after to discuss any questions you might have about Pittsburgh Premier and why we might be the right fit for your family.
What Makes Us Different
Our program will promote the highest level of high school and middle school play of lacrosse focusing on quality instruction and enjoying the best game on the planet. We take great pride in employing coaches coming from the highest level of the women’s game to teach the skills necessary to succeed at every level of play. We will assist every member of our program with the knowledge of the recruiting process and a fair evaluation of where each player will best fit in the next level.
Player Growth & Respect
Lastly, our club is committed to the growth of each individual player and will promote sportsmanship at all times. All of our coaches, administrators and players will represent the club and treat each other with the utmost respect and shared passion for the sport of lacrosse.
How To Join Us?
Currently our tryouts are held in August of every year. If you are selected to join our program, athletes commit to a FULL YEAR of lacrosse.
Fall Season (6 practice, 1-3 tournaments)
Winter Season (12 weeks of skill sessions, optional sign-up tournaments)
Spring (3 skill sessions)
Summer (12 practices, 2-4 tournaments)