The official high school and youth feeder lacrosse program in the Edmonds School District.
The Edmonds Lacrosse Club was founded in 2011 by a group of parents who wanted to build a lacrosse program based on values of leadership, community, and integrity. All members of this program strive to establish and uphold this tradition through hard work, professionalism, and dedication. By wearing the Edmonds Lacrosse Club name, we bear a great responsibility to the people of Edmonds. In addition to representing a favorite destination on Puget Sound, we have a unique opportunity to strengthen the community through active participation and service. In giving of ourselves, we can enrich lives around us and give back to a community eager to support the positive growth of youth.
In 2013, the club board decided to form a feeder program of youth lacrosse teams in the same footprint of the Edmonds School District. The Edmonds Lacrosse Club began offering lacrosse for boys and girls up to the 8th grade in addition to the high school boys team, and partnered with the Edmonds Boys and Girls Club in order to grow the sport in the region.
In 2014, the club was granted membership in the Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association and formed girls lacrosse teams at both the youth and high school levels. The Edmonds Girls Lacrosse team now draws players from all four high schools in the district, as well as surrounding areas.
In 2017, the Edmonds Lacrosse Club has become an all-girls lacrosse club, as the boys teams have transitioned to the Edmonds Eagles. We are delighted to direct our focus the the elegant game of women's lacrosse.