It’s time to sign up for Spring 2014 girls lacrosse with Bellevue East!
We’ll be fielding teams for every age group, including:
- U11 team (for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders).
- U13 team (for 5th and 6th graders).
- U15 team (for 7th and 8th graders).
- U19 team (for high school age students).
You can find information about our attendance boundary here on our website. Our club is a sanctioned sport through the Bellevue School District. Our high school players attend Newport, Interlake, and Sammamish high schools. Our Varsity players can earn a letter from their home high school. Read more about our affiliation with the Bellevue School District.
If you have any questions about playing for Bellevue East or the sport of girl’s lacrosse, please feel welcome to contact our Registrar, Carol Davis.
Why Play Fall Ball?
Why should you play Fall Ball? Because the truth is that lacrosse requires out-of-season practice. Lacrosse is a running sport, so to be competitive at it, players need to be able to comfortably run up and down the field for a full game. So whether you play Fall Ball or not, we highly encourage all players, but especially high school players, to get into and stay in condition. Beyond conditioning, players need to be able to handle the ball and catch and throw with confidence in order to get anything done on the field. You’ll feel more confident as a player and you’ll be giving your spring team (Bellevue East!) a leg up if you make the commitment to play Fall Ball.
The good news is that there are Fall Ball programs available for many different levels of time commitment, cost, and player ability. Many Fall Ball programs will start soon! We encourage you to sign up or try out for a Fall Ball program. The best way to learn about Fall Ball programs is to talk to your friends, coaches, and to visit our league site at Washington Girls Youth Lacrosse. The league site is the one place where you can see and learn about all of the opportunities that are available to all players in our club.
It’s time once again to register for the 2013 Rainier Lacrosse Cup VIP Showcase. U19 Players from all over the NW will come together and be put onto teams of 20 to compete in a round-robin style jamboree led by some of the best coaches on the west coast. Coaches will be coming from Oregon, California, and more!
For more information, or to register for the event, visit their link.
Varsity Team Captain and midfielder Camille Sullivan (#2) has been honored as US Lacrosse Washington Offensive Player of the Week for week #3 of the season. Camille is a junior at Interlake High School and also serves the club as a coach for the 5th/6th grade team.
Follow the link to read Camille’s interview with Washington State Prep Lacrosse.
Congratulations to Camille!