The Irvine Rangers overcame two pool play losses to win the open division championship at the 2016 Tribz Lacrosse California Showcase. Defense dominated in the championship game as the Rangers defeated Rip City 4-1.
About the Irvine Rangers
The mission of the Irvine Ranger Lacrosse Club is to promote the great game of lacrosse to boys and girls of Irvine in kindergarten through 12th grade. The Irvine Ranger Lacrosse Club aims to develop, promote and facilitate a positive, safe, fun, developmental and competitive lacrosse experience. Players will be taught the importance of TEAM lacrosse and sportsmanship. Players will be able to improve their knowledge of the game as well as lacrosse skills and athleticism. Our program will enable and build age-appropriate lacrosse skills and game knowledge. Every participant, regardless of initial skill level, will have the opportunity to learn the game, develop individual and teamwork skills, and prepare for the high school level of lacrosse.
Learn more about the Irvine Rangers Lacrosse Club at IrvineRangerLacrosse.com
About the Tribz Lacrosse California Showcase
The seventh annual Tribz Lacrosse California Showcase featured approximately 50 boys youth lacrosse teams playing in six divisions: U11, U13, U15, JV, Varsity and open (19-36). All games were played at the Great Park in Irvine, California. Each team is guaranteed a minimum of four games with the possibility of a fifth championship game. Games consist of 20 minute halves with a five minute halftime.