Jackals 3/4th 2014 Spring
open for registration!
**Jackals Winter Session 1 UPDATE**
Sundays Dec 8-Jan 12
NEW Little Jackals spring clinics announced!
The Jackals Lacrosse Club is a developmental program where players will receive age-appropriate training and playing opportunities under the direction of dedicated and tenured coaches. The focus is on solid fundamentals and the development of technical skills, while having fun! Players will build on the success of current and former players from Jackals, MC Elite, and colleges across the country. Our staff serves as positive role models for our young players and teaches them the love of the game. In addition to training given during our fall and spring seasons, Jackals players are provided the guidance and the opportunity to attend the Classic (MCCLL) and Travel (NPYGLL) leagues, winter development leagues/clinics and other programs.
Starting in the Fall of 2013, Little Jackals will be participating in the new Montgomery County Classic League. We will be competing with higher skilled club teams in the county in order to prepare our young players to play successfully in the travel league. Tryouts for our travel teams begin in 5th grade. This is the youngest age group allowed in the travel league NPYGLL. Our younger teams will participate in the Classic League from 3rd grade on. Playing at this level helps these athletes prepare for the MC Elite teams that the Little Jackals feed into. These teams play outside the county and at a very high level.
The MCCLL, Montgomery County Classic Lacrosse League, has been designed to meet the needs of the evolving girls’ lacrosse community. This league will provide true preparation for the next level of our county’s play. Full fields, modified checking, and certified refereeing will keep our travel clubs moving at the pace of our neighboring counties and will provide a much-needed classic environment.
The National Premier Youth Girls Lacrosse League (NPYGLL) is an “invitation only” elite Middle School Spring League for high level club teams in the Maryland, D.C. and Virginia area. This spring, the premier league has divisions for grad years 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.