Girls’ High School Lacrosse Players Invited to Tryout out for WPLL Futures on June 3

The Women’s Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) Futures program will host tryouts on June 3 at San Juan Hills High School, 29211 Stallion Ridge, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 for 2019, 2020, and 2021 girls’ lacrosse players.

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WPLL evaluators are holding tryouts in Southern and Northern California to select 18 – 20 players to represent California in this summer’s Futures National Tournament, which will be held July 10 -12 at West Chester University in Pennsylvania.

The California team will be coached by Holly Reilly and one other WPLL player. Reilly, a former National Team player and Princeton captain, plays for the Philadelphia Fire.

“As a coach, it has always been at my core to develop great lacrosse players and confident young women,” Reilly said by email. “In my playing experiences from youth lacrosse to the international stage, the intangibles like teamwork, sacrifice, communication, confidence, and work ethic have separated the good teams from the great teams. Since I began playing lacrosse eighteen years ago, I have reaped the enormous advantages of education through athletics. I consider it a privilege and a responsibility to pass on these lessons. As the Southern California Regional Director, I am honored and excited to represent a program that will develop the next generation of great female lacrosse players and confident female leaders.”

The Futures Summit is a two and a half day experience that will also be infused with intensive in-person and virtual leadership programming and will connect young players with current professional players.

“Players will stay together on campus; compete against one another by region on the field; and attend BRAVE sessions where we build confidence and identify fears about leading and being change makers as young women,” Reilly explained. “I believe this is a one-of-a-kind experience for every lacrosse player.”

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