A great opportunity to learn or improve your skills in the fastest growing sport in America. Come kick off the 2023/24 season with Woodland coaches and Mentors from Ravenwood High School. Our goal is to bring a fun, supportive and professional atmosphere to every practice. Practice will be under the new lights at the Woodland Middle School practice field.
Woodland Girls Lacrosse is a feeder program into Ravenwood High School Girls Lacrosse. We build on that relationship with current and past players, parents and coaches who give their time back to contribute to the success of Woodland Girls Lacrosse.
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The primary goal of Woodland Lacrosse is to build self-confidence, to be part of a team and to provide the skills necessary to play competitively at the High School level. The importance of hard work, commitment, and teamwork both on and off the field at this level shows great gains. Fall Ball, Winter Conditioning, Skills and Drills and a competitive season are what we provide, the rest is up to you.
Skills & Drills – August 15th – September 28th
5:30-7:00pm Tuesdays & Thursdays
Woodland Practice Field
October 3 – November 16, 2023
3:30 – 5:00 (Mon & Wed) Woodland Practice Field (WPF)
3:30 – 5:00 (Wed) Crockett Indoor Arena (CIA)
Winter Conditioning – November 28 – January 25
3:45 – 4:45 (Tues & Thurs) Legacy Courts, Franklin TN
Winter Workout & Sticks – November 28 – December 14
3:30 – 5:00 (Wednesday) Crockett Indoor Arena, Crockett Park
Spring Season – Jan 30 – April 2024
HOW TO CRADLE
The basics on how to cradle. We do not give a badge for cradling as this is the most fundamental aspect of lacrosse.
STANCE BADGE (Level 1)
Every great player will tell you the importance of a confident stance. The level 1 Stance badge is designed to build confidence.
PASSING BADGE (Level 1)
Pass, Catch, Throw, now you are on the road to playing lacrosse. Try to achieve Gold status by using both hands for this badge.