Early season practices are underway and games begin in March. We are preparing to close registration, however there is still a bit of time and the only team that is at the enrollment limit is the 5/6 grade squad.
Our Team Stores from Lacrosse Wolf are available for orders.
Team provides jerseys for Youth and High School and Helmets/Gloves for for High School, for all else see:
Youth team store (Shoreline Youth Lacrosse REQUIRED gear)
Youth team store (Shoreline Youth Lacrosse swag/optional gear)
High School (Shorewood HS and Shorecrest HS REQUIRED gear)
High School (Shorewood HS and Shorecrest HS swag/optional gear)
Required Gear Stores orders made by February 1st will be delivered by the end of February.
Swag/Optional Stores made by February 15th will be delivery with 3 weeks of that date.
A secondary cutoff will be made soon for those orders placed after the initial deadlines.
Welcome to LFP Shoreline Lacrosse, a youth lacrosse club that resides in Shoreline, Washington. We have been a member of Seattle Metro Youth Lacrosse Association (SMYLA) since 2007 and the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association (WHSBLA) since 2010.
Registration is OPEN for the 2019 Spring season, register here:
Practices, for the youth teams, are two time a week, with additional specialist position practices at 7/8. League games are typically held on Saturdays and a certified sports trainer from Seattle Children's Hospital is on station for each game.
Financial assistance and Scholarships are available, please contact us for information!
Our 7/8 players attended "WA Love" - Play For A Cause charity jamboree in Bellevue on October 27th and 28th. It was an awesome experience and for a great cause.
Each year the WA Love Jamboree organizers select a family or cause within our Washington lacrosse community to benefit. This year, we have picked Garrett Arendse’s family. Please take a moment to read about this cause and some of the information and resources available. Our coaches and administrative staff will be discussing with parents how they feel the message will best be conveyed to our 7th and 8th graders.
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