Lacrosse is an action-packed sport loved by players of all ages and skill levels. If your child is interested in being a part of the fastest-growing sport in the country, Trenton Lacrosse is here with all the tools you need to get started.
Trenton Lacrosse recently announced the launch of their 2023 season. After COVID-19 disrupted a few seasons, Trenton Lax is back and better than ever. There is a $90 league fee, but to remove any obstacles to the sport, the fee will not be collected until players have tried lacrosse. If you want to be a part of the league, registration is available here: Register – Trenton Lacrosse. The company is open to boys and girls in 3rd-8th grade. Participants must live in either Trenton, Hamilton, or Ewing. All equipment needed to participate is provided.
Opening day for the season will kick off on March 25th at the Marie Katzenbach School for the Deaf, located at 320 Sullivan Way, West Trenton/Ewing Township, NJ. Practices will occur on Wednesdays from 6:30-8:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am-12:00 pm. The season will kick off in March and will conclude by early June. Players of all skill levels are welcome, but Trenton Lacrosse has emphasized encouraging new players to the sport. So whether your children are seasoned lacrosse players or have never picked up a stick, all are encouraged to be a part of the TrentonLax Wolfpack!
If you’re unfamiliar with lacrosse, this rapidly-growing sport is a team sport played initially by the indigenous people of North America. Each player has a stick to carry, pass, and shoot their way into scoring goals. Although lacrosse has been around for centuries, it has seen a particular spike in popularity within the last few decades. Noted as the nation’s fastest-growing sport, lacrosse is well-loved for its inclusivity, team-building potential, and accessibility. If you want to discover why this sport is such a hit, Trenton Lacrosse is here with all the resources you need to start this journey.
The Bobby Campbell Lacrosse Foundation founded Trenton Lacrosse in 2002. The Foundation was formed in honor of Bobby Campbell, a former head coach of Princeton High School who passed away in a car accident in 1999. The first Trenton Lacrosse program (then called Trenton BRIDGE) was established to honor his legacy and dream that lacrosse should be accessible to all; the first Trenton Lacrosse program (then called Trenton BRIDGE) was established. Since its origins, the league has continued to grow and prosper over the years. As the company continued to grow, participants had the opportunity to participate in games, tournaments, and more. Although 2020 was a bump in the road for all, the league is back and determined to make this their best year.
Trenton Lax seeks to continue its legacy of excellence, education, and sportsmanship in the Capital City, but they can’t do that without you! Participants of all skill levels are needed, so if your child is interested in getting started, this is an excellent opportunity to try out a new activity. Likewise, if you have a lacrosse background and want to use those skills for good, coaches and other volunteer positions are available. If you’re ready to lend a hand, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Lacrosse has been expanding in popularity for a reason, so join today to find out why “lax is life”!