Fall lacrosse will start in September
During the spring season, boys 12U, 14U, JV, and Varsity travel teams will play in the Northern Plains Lacrosse League. The NPLL has teams in Bismarck, Grand Forks, Fargo, Aberdeen, Watertown, Brookings, Rapid City, and Sioux Falls. Our league follows a jamboree format where we play several league games on a given weekend with multiple programs attending to limit travel requirements. The travel season will begin around April 1 and end in early June.
During the fall season, boys teams will play 1-2 tournaments with the season typically running from Labor Day until late October.
During the spring season, girls 12U, 14U, JV, and Varsity teams will play in 2-4 jamborees or tournaments. The travel season will begin around April 1 and end in early June.
During the fall season, girls teams will play 1-2 tournaments with the season typically running from Labor Day until late October.
In boy's lacrosse, while body checking is allowed at the 14U age and older, incidental contact is present at all ages. Here are the equipment options your player will need for boy's lacrosse. Please note that younger ages and some programming may alter this list.
Sioux Falls Lacrosse has rental equipment available for a nominal fee.
Girl's lacrosse is the same sport but an entirely different game from boy's lacrosse. The field dimensions are different, the balls are different, the rules are different, and the equipment is different from the boy's game. The only thing that is the same is the goal. Below is a description of the equipment needed for girl's lacrosse.
Goalies have additional required equipment which can be provided Sioux Falls Lacrosse.
Sioux Falls Lacrosse recommends the String King Complete series of lacrosse sticks for new players. String King sells its complete stick in age-appropriate sizes with a properly-strung pocket, which is essential to learning good technique and lacrosse habits. The String King Complete series offers sticks for both boys and girls lacrosse.
Winning is important. It teaches kids how to set goals and reach for them through hard work and perseverance. It teaches kids how to handle adversity with grit and determination. By focusing on player development and building character, winning is a natural by-product. In lacrosse. In life.
Kids aren't mini-adults. We teach them the right lacrosse for their age and stage of development following the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model from US Lacrosse.
All our efforts are focused on creating a great lacrosse experience that is fun for kids. We play hard with intensity and sportsmanship and prioritize developing kids into outstanding people and athletes into great lacrosse players.