Sidewinder Lacrosse High School program includes 8th grade teams entering their summer season thru 12th grade. Sidewinder High School program goals are focused on continuing a developmental pace, leveraging the skills developed within the Sidewinder Middle School program, but moving into an teaching environment where players are learning core foundational scheme, concepts and skills taught at the NCAA level.
Goals within the Sidewinder Lacrosse High School program are to create top tier high school lacrosse players that can play at the highest level as soon as they enter their freshman seasons. As players move from underclassman to upperclassman our focus shifts to preparing our players for a robust and interactive NCAA recruiting effort, while learning skills required to enter an NCAA program and contribute as early as possible.
Competition at the high school level is significant. Sidewinder Lacrosse plays a highly highly competitive recruiting event circuit and Sidewinder Lacrosse's team camp and practices are delivered in an up-tempo, competitive, enthusiastic NCAA level setting. Practices combine individual position specific and team training.
Fall training includes Sidewinder High School combine session directed by members of the Sidewinder Lacrosse coaching and instructional staff(s) and members of the NCAA coaching community. Sessions focus in individual position specific skills development on aspect of high school players game that most frequently require attention.
Summer Season kicks off with our High School Team Camp (see team camp page) held annually in the Woodlands, TX. High School players in grades 8-12 participate in a highly structured 2.5 day camp which includes individual training, team practices, classroom work and mentoring discussions presented by the Sidewinder staff and members of the NCAA coaching and professional lacrosse community.
Being a Sidewinder High School player is extremely rewarding as the environment we create is as challenging as you will find in the club lacrosse space. The combination of overcoming challenging hurdles, seeing tangible and measurable progress, and continuing to validate a players commitment to playing at the next level is ideal for advanced, competitive and goal-setting high school student athletes.
High School Program Details
Fall Season (October - December)
Winter Season (November-January)
Summer Season (June-July)