Skyline Lacrosse is one of the oldest lacrosse organizations in California, first established in 1979. At that time, competition was among high schools such as University High in San Francisco and Novato High School, UC Berkeley and Stanford, the San Fran
Fall Ball starts Sunday, 9/16. Skyline’s Fallball program runs for six Sundays - 9/16, 9/23, 9/30, 10/7, 10/14, 10/21. Appropriate for beginners and returning players, Fall Ball is a great opportunity to build skills and have fun.
Player evaluations for spring season 2019 will be held at Bishop O’Dowd High School on 12/9. No evaluations are held for U8 boys or girls players because the NCJLA does not offer an A division at those levels.
Skyline Lacrosse Club’s Mission Statement
Skyline’s Board has adopted an updated mission statement: Skyline Lacrosse is a non-profit, volunteer, athletic organization dedicated to teach, grow and honor the sport of lacrosse. We strive to enhance and improve participating players’ skills and foster an environment of sportsmanship and teamwork while providing a fun, positive, and enriching experience for players.
Under this mission, our guiding principles are to foster:
Players’ development of skills and love of lacrosse
Sportsmanship and community
Opportunities for play
Fall Ball Equipment Exchange
Do you have gently used lacrosse equipment to pass on to a new player? Looking to pick up a hand-me-down pair of goggles or a stick? We will be holding an equipment exchange on the first day of fall ball. Bring your gently used lacrosse gear to donate and stop by the equipment exchange table to take something home.
Skyline is a community based lacrosse club, operated primarily by volunteers. We have a number of volunteer roles that urgently need to be filled. If we cannot find volunteers in our community to take on essential tasks, we will have to hire staff, which will dramatically increase the cost for players to participate. Please consider volunteering. For more information, please contact Joanne at firstname.lastname@example.org