The girls’ lacrosse spring season has come to a close and summer approaches. With the quality of girls’ lacrosse improving every year, the summer choices are pretty obvious: get better or get passed by. Many Orange County high-schoolers will trade books for swim suits, lectures for never-ending Netflix binges, and periodic walks between classes for record-breaking times spent on the couch. The hard work is over for some students. For the lacrosse-playing student-athelete, the hard work begins… at summer camp.
Whatever ending a lacrosse season meets, whether it be successful or below expectations, players are almost always left wanting more. Post-season lacrosse satiates those lax-hungry appetites, and often becomes the highlight of a player’s summer. Many advanced players can remember picking up sticks for the very first time at Summer camp. It is a prime opportunity for lacrosse players at any skill level to rapidly improve their game.
For the girls’ game especially, it can be difficult to find post-season lacrosse opportunities. So, MaxLaxOC.com will be a your top resource for information about the girls’ lacrosse options that are available over the summer. Here is your first opportunity!
North Orange County Lacrosse is a girls’ lacrosse club in Yorba Linda dedicated to principles of sportsmanship, teamwork, community, and the spirit of success. At Esperanza High School, Head Coach Brian Eisenberg, who also coaches Orange County’s only NCAA Women’s Collegiate team at Chapman University, will host Hot Summer Nights. It will feature clinics and a 7v7 league. Players will be divided into age groups from Under-11 to all grades of High School. Games will be played throughout July and into the start of August.
WHAT: Hot Summer Nights Clinic and 7v7 League
WHERE: Esperanza High School WEST CAMPUS: 1830 Kellogg Dr, Anaheim, CA 92807
WHEN: Tuesdays/ Wednesdays July 1- August 6 (See website)
U13 & U15: 5:30-7:30pm
U11/ U13 & U15 Play Dates: 7/1, 7/15, 7/22, 7/29, 8/5
JV & Varsity: 5:00-7:00pm
JV & Varsity Play Dates: 7/2, 7/16, 7/23, 7/30, 8/6
WHO: Open to ALL skill levels (Beginners-Advanced), ALL positions (Full-time Goalies are FREE), and ALL ages U11- High School. New players and players from outside schools are welcome!
WHY: The NOCLacrosse coaching staff includes Chapman Head Coach Brian Eisenberg and NCAA Chapman University players. 7v7 lacrosse is a twist to the full-field game. The field is shortened, with goals and goalies, and every player plays both offense and defense. 7v7 is high-intensity, fast-paced, and FUN.