The Renegade Girls Fall Lax League FAQs

Renegade Lacrosse is introducing the new Fall Lax League for girls to Orange County this summer. With nine weeks of games practices, the Fall Lax League offers a new opportunity for girls in grades 2 through 9 to develop their skills through practices and games in a league that puts skill development at the forefront.

Want to learn more? Check out the frequently asked questions below the flyer or register today by clicking on the flyer.

Frequently Asked Questions!

1. What level player is Renegade Fall Lax League for?
Answer: Designed for beginner, intermediate, and advanced players! Players are grouped by experience and age level. I highly recommend Fall League for advanced players as they age up and prepare for upcoming recreation and club lacrosse seasons! You’ll improve your game by trying new skills in game situations without any risk of losing playing time. For youth repetition and game experience is KEY. Current 9th graders are also WELCOME! This is GREAT preparation for HS season!

2. Why Small-Sided play?
Answer: Small-sided play (3v3, 4v4, 5v5) reduces the number of players on each team increasing the playing time for each player. More playing time = more touches on the ball. More touches on the ball = faster improvement in the sport. Small-sided play also reduces the size of the field therefore increasing the number of “high-quality” touches. High-quality touches can be defined as touches that are made under pressure situations (scoring, competitive ground balls, throwing/catching with defense). Finally, small-sided is an easier teaching format as coaches can roam the smaller field providing immediate feedback to players often. US Lacrosse, the governing body of lacrosse, has developed an athlete model with smaller numbers. Read more HERE!

3. We don’t live in San Clemente, Aliso Viejo or San Juan Capistrano areas. What do we do?
Answer: Sites are currently running in San Clemente, Aliso Viejo and San Juan Capistrano, but ANY player is welcome to register and play! For example, if you live in Tustin, register for the most convenient training site of the three, and then you will play on a team with girls who also train at that site during Saturday games!

4. I want to play multiple days during the week. May I register for multiple sites?

Answer: No. Since you will be training with a team during your weekday practice and then competing with that same team during Saturday games, it would not work to have you on multiple teams that will compete against one another. Good thing Fall League includes two training opportunities a week: one weekday practice and a minimum of one Saturday game!

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