ABOUT COPPELL LACROSSE
Thank you for visiting Coppell Lacrosse today if you have any questions feel free to email
firstname.lastname@example.org - High School Boys
email@example.com - Youth Boys
firstname.lastname@example.org - High School Girls
email@example.com - Youth Girls
Coppell Lacrosse Association is a non-profit/501(C)3 organization, located in Coppell, Texas, that exists to foster the growth and correct development of the sport of lacrosse among Coppell youth. The association includes both boys and girls lacrosse programs, from kindergarten to high school. Coppell Lacrosse has a history of competing at the highest level, with Varsity Boys winning Texas State Championships in 2009, 2010,2011 and 2021. Our Varsity Girls winning the Texas State Championship in 2010 and making it to the finals in 2015. Numerous program alumni have gone on to play in the college ranks, including Syracuse’s first-team, All-American and Tewarten Finalist Brandon Mullins (2011 Coppell graduate) and Morgan Widner who set a record as a freshman at Syracuse for most draws and ranked in the top ten nationally for draw controls (2017).
Did you know that lacrosse is the fastest growing sport? It's a very fun and fast paced game that your son or daughter will enjoy very much!
Lacrosse is grade based, not age based, so depending what grade your son/daughter is currently in, would decide what team they would need to be on and which team you would need to register in.
Our boys teams are: K-2nd grade, 3rd-4th grade, 5th-6th grade, 7th-8th grade and 9th -12th is HS.
Our girls teams are: K-2nd grade, 3rd-4th grade, 5th-6th grade, 7th-8th grade and 9th-12th is HS.
During the fall season, practices are usually limited to a couple per week (based on coaches schedules/needs) and the teams usually participate in a few local tournaments. Practices usually begin in mid-September and the season usually ends around Thanksgiving.
Spring season is the "main season" in lacrosse. Games are usually played on the weekend's (there are some weeknight games for the older groups) and practices will start either the first or 2nd week in January. Games usually start mid-February and can run as long as early/mid May. Practices are during the week and days/times are decided upon by the coach of that age group.
If you have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to myself or the Program Director for your grade. All of our Program Directors emails are above/