As the game of girls’ lacrosse grows at the youth, high school, and college levels, so does the demand for post-collegiate women’s lacrosse. For post-collegiate men looking for a little weekend re”lax”ing, it is relatively easy to find a team. Ten men’s teams from San Diego to Los Angeles compete in the Southern California Post Collegiate Men’s Lacrosse League. For women, even though demand is growing, the pickings are a little slimmer and harder to find. MaxLaxOC.com is pleased to present our first Guide to Women’s Post Collegiate Club Lacrosse.
OC Shore offers is not only a relatively new post-collegiate women’s lacrosse club, but it is also close to home. As the name implies, they are based right here in the OC. Currently in their second year, they are quickly growing in stature and reputation. It seems like the roster grows every week. Players come from all backgrounds and ages, while most players have played at the collegiate level, the common bond is a love for lacrosse. OC Shore participates in tournaments including, SD Jam by the Sea, Tahoe, and Lax Vegas and local games and play days against other post collegiate teams and local universities. This year the cost to become a member of OC Shore was $125 which includes a reversible jersey as well. Non-members are welcome to pay per event.
To join, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The more established Los Angeles-based Tricheck Lacrosse Club is another option for post-collegiate women. Similar to OC Shore, most but not all players have college experience. Their website describes the team as casual but competitive, New players are always welcome. The are no tryouts and nobody ever gets cut. Tricheck usually runs a summer league and plays in 1-2 tournaments. Games usually take place on weekends, but there are occasional weeknight games as well.” Cost: $105/ year.
If you love lacrosse and think that there are worse things to do than hang out in La Jolla on a summer night, the San Diego Women’s lacrosse club may be right for you. Similar to OC Shore and Tri Check, most but not all of the ladies at San Diego Women’s Lacrosse Club have played in college, and new players are welcome. According to their website, summer registration is currently full, but send an email if you are interested!