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Lutherville-Timonium Lacrosse - Girls 

Thank you all for your feedback to our recent efforts regarding the future of LTRC Girls Lax and the potential for a club option.  

Based on your feedback and our research and resources, we plan to expand our offerings for our players and focus on player development rather than creating a traditional “club” team at this time. Historically LTRC Lax begins early February and ends the first week of June. Our goal is to expand our offerings into the fall and winter for those girls looking for additional skill-based lax training. This will give your player more time to enhance her skill set without taking away for the other in-season sports she may play. It will also provide an opportunity to develop our players in hopes of having the ability to offer club programming in the future. 

Fall/Winter Options


Indoor Girls Lacrosse

The 10-week season runs early October through late November. Indoor is strictly games and registration is required (please view LTRC webpage for info and sign up info).  Registration is open but closes soon. 


Drop-In Skills Sessions

We will be offering “drop in” sessions twice a month starting in mid Sept.  The “drop in” sessions will focus on stick skills (passing/catching, shooting, switching hands, timed drills, etc…).  There is no cost for this program.  We will have info soon as we have fields secured. 


Winter Training (Tentative)

We are working on winter training for those that want to sharpen their skills prior to the season. Winter training would be for the months of November and December. When we finalize the winter training option, we will provide a free session for your daughter, so she can see if it is something she wants to do.  There will be a cost for this program and it will be administered by an outside organization.


*Please note that LTRC Lacrosse supports players focusing on their in-season sports. Therefore all off-season development opportunities are totally optional.

We know that parents are looking for the best opportunities for their daughters based on several factors and we want to be honest about where we are as a program so you can make those decisions.  We will say that while there is intense pressure for girls to:

  1. join private club teams at younger and younger ages to “secure a spot for the future”,

  2. access paid="better" coaches, and

  3. compete at the highest level year round (prioritizing lacrosse over other sports); it is important to understand the pros and cons of these teams. 

In fact, specializing on any one sport at younger ages is systematically rejected by all major sports’ governing bodies,  securing spots on club teams doesn’t last when the club needs to improve its ranking and standing, and having kids sit on the bench just to be on elite teams, isn’t for everyone.  

We also want to educate and provide parents with some perspective as they look into more competitive options for their kids while dispelling the notion that private club teams are the only option. 

  •  Click here to read an article that every Lax Parent should know by US Lacrosse. 

  •  Click here for information from US Lacrosse about the benefits of Multi Sport Athletes

  •  Click here for info on Single vs Multi Sports Athletes 


As a program, we will continue to build upon a great 2019 Spring Season and offer high quality in-house and travel opportunities as we develop the resources to start our club program and fulfill our mission of having a place for all girls to play at a variety of competitive options.