The Randolph Girls Lacrosse Organization is offering a free introductory clinic for NEW PLAYERS ONLY for Randolph girls in grades 1-8. The clinic will be held on Saturday, February 6 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm outdoors on the Freedom Park Turf field.

Equipment will be provided. Wear sneakers or cleats and bundle up for this fun event.  Masks will be required for players when approaching and leaving the field. Coaches will remain masked throughout the clinic. A health questionnaire will be sent in advance.  Interested participants must register through Community Pass HERE.

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Randolph Girls Lacrosse is a recreation-based program in Randolph Township’s Department of Parks, Recreation, and Community Services and is a member of the Jersey Girls Lacrosse Association.  It has been in existence for over 20 years and serves approximately 180 youth girls. The program includes spring lacrosse for girls in kindergarten through 8th grade and fall lacrosse for players in first grade through high school.  The focus is on building fundamental skills, team development, and game play in the context of a safe and fun environment. 

The youngest grades begin with a clinic format, with some intramural scrimmaging. For grades 2-8, there are travel teams and grades 5-8 also have select teams.  The majority of the players continue to play lacrosse in high school and a significant number also play in college. Head Coaches are Level I Certified with US Lacrosse and many of our Assistant Coaches are as well.  All coaches have background checks and participate in the Rutgers Safety Clinic.  All coaches are volunteers and many have been members of the program for over five years. 

If you have any questions please contact Elisa LaPietra at zlapietra@gmail.com or Mark Harsch at mharsch@optimum.net.