Season Begins

For the High School team, U15, and U13 teams, the season begins the week of February 24th.

For the U11 team, the season begins the week of March 12th.

Camille Sullivan Commits to Princeton

BELAX2CamilleSullivan-300x236Bellevue East Lacrosse player Camille Sullivan has committed to play NCAA D1 Lacrosse with Princeton.  Washington State Prep Lacrosse wrote a great article about Camille and her achievements as a multi-sport athlete and straight-A student in their article, “Three-sport Interlake star chooses lacrosse, commits to NCAA D1 Princeton.”

camille_thumbThe article is very robust in describing Camille’s achievements as an athlete and scholar. But around Bellevue East Lacrosse, we’ve known that Camille is special for many years, because she’s played with our club since 6th grade. She has always been a very fierce competitor and a leader on her team at every level.  In 2011, as a Varsity Freshman athlete, Camille was a key leader on the team that won the Division II High School State Championship for Bellevue East Lacrosse.  She’s been an assistant coach at the youth levels for several seasons, and for the 2014 season she’ll be the Head Coach of the U13 team.

Camille’s mother, Karen Sullivan, is the current Field Manager and a has been a Board member of Bellevue East Lacrosse for more than five years.  Karen helps with all aspects of the high school program and has been an advocate for women’s lacrosse in our area for many years. Karen is passionate about conditioning for high school athletes, educating and implementing programs in our club to help high schoolers understand the need for proper conditioning in order to be competitive in women’s lacrosse. Karen is a diplomatic spokesperson for our club in all matters involving the League and has been instrumental in hiring and retaining female lacrosse coaches in our club.

Congratulations to both Camille and Karen on this special achievement.

 

New Umpires Wanted

WWLUA is recruiting new umpires for the Spring 2014 season!

We will teach you everything you need to know about the game of girls’ lacrosse
and how to be a successful umpire. New umpires can start officiating games
at the youth level. Adults are especially encouraged to join the team in stripes.

New Umpire Clinics:

  • Saturday, January 18, 2014—Bellingham, WA
  • Saturday, January 25, 2014 — Seattle, WA
  • Sunday, February 8, 2014 — Spokane, WA
  • Saturday, February 15, 2014 — Gig Harbor, WA

New Umpires earn $20-$50 per game. Games are played Monday through Friday
after 3pm and on the weekends. You must be at least a freshman in high
school, be physically fit, have internet/email access for game scheduling, and
have your own transportation to games.

For more information or to register for a clinic, visit www.wwlua.org.