The Algonkian Lacrosse Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, based out of Loudoun County, VA, run by Volunteers to provide the children of the Dominion, Park View and Potomac Falls HS clusters the opportunity to learn and play lacrosse.

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Registration is Open for Fall Programs
07/18/2016
FALL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Click here to be redirected to the ALGONKIAN...
Lacrosse Prep Clinics
06/29/2016
Former Tribe and PFHS lacrosse player Michael Schulien is offering...
Titans Win 4A State Championship
06/15/2016
DOMINION TITANS VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE WIN 4A STATE TITLE With...
NOCSAE Helmet De-Certification
12/11/2014
What's NOCSAE and Why Can't I Use My Cascade R Helmet? As...
 
Registration is Open for Fall Programs

FALL REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

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ALGONKIAN LACROSSE

REGISTRATION PAGE

 

Hopefully everyone has been enjoying the summer!!  After a great spring season for Tribe players and tremendously successful seasons for our local high school teams, there has been a lot of chatter about more boys and girls coming out to try lacrosse--this is the perfect opportunity to get into the game.  Pease share this information with your children's friends.

GO TRIBE!!


Algonkian Lacrosse Club Fall Ball

Six Weekends September 17th/18th through October 29th/30th (except Columbus Day weekend) – Registration to open this week.

  • Fall "Box Lacrosse" League – Open to all age groups, though your child must have at least one year of playing experience.  There will be one game per week, Saturday afternoon/evenings (3pm-8pm) and/or Sundays (8am-6pm).  On a team-by-team basis there may be one practice per week but attendance is 100% optional and will not effect playing time.  Fall ball participation is designed to be low-key in comparison to the spring NVYLL league—with the absolute focus on fun and development.  One key difference - coaches are instructed to keep playing time equal to the best of their ability.  Currently, all games will be played at McLean High School box fields on the turf though one other local field may be added.
  • Beginner Fall Clinics Program– Weekly clinics held in Sterling on Saturday or Sunday and run by coaches and players from Algonkian Tribe and our local high schools (Dominion, Potomac Falls and Park View).  These clinics are great for beginners at any age level.  Our simple goal will be to introduce your child to the game and get them hooked!!


by posted 07/18/2016
Lacrosse Prep Clinics

Former Tribe and PFHS lacrosse player Michael Schulien is offering Attack clinics this summer.  See the attached flier for more information.


by posted 06/29/2016
Titans Win 4A State Championship

DOMINION TITANS VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE WIN 4A STATE TITLE

With a cast of former Tribe players on the roster, the DomLax boys varsity team capped off a historic and impressive perfect season with a dominant 17-4 win over Western Albemarle HS.  The Titans finished the season with a record of 21-0, are ranked by LaxPower as the #1 public school lax team in the state and ranked #7 overall in the DMV by the Washington Post.  Congratulations players and coaches! 


by posted 06/15/2016
NOCSAE Helmet De-Certification

What's NOCSAE and Why Can't I Use My Cascade R Helmet?

As a result of the recent NOCSAE de-certification of Cascade R helmets, there has been a lot of confusion regarding the current status and a number of questions have arisen as a result...

  • Can the helmets be fixed?  Will the helmets be recalled?
  • My son / daughter (girls goalie) plays winter ball... can they wear their Cascade R?
  • Will this be resolved by this spring or do I need to buy another helmet?
  • With the holidays in mind, should I be purchasing a new helmet now or waiting?

Some quick answers...

Can the helmets be fixed?  Will the helmets be recalled?

Currently, this is TBD (To Be Determined).  Cascade and Warrior (their Regulator helmet was also de-certified) are working with NOCSAE in order to resolve this issue ASAP.

My son / daughter (girls goalie) plays winter ball... can they wear their Cascade R?

No.  Because US Lacrosse requires NOCSAE certification, participants may only wear certified helmets. 

Will this be resolved by this spring or do I need to buy another helmet?

Unknown at this point.  Cascade is hoping that the R can be re-certified via a minor modification and enhanced fitting instructions!!!

With the holidays in mind, should I be purchasing a new helmet now or waiting?

Algonkian's recommendation is to wait until the de-certification issue is resolved.  Older model helmets (CPX-R, Pro 7, CS, etc.) may be called in for re-certification, so the recommendation is to delay your purchase until you have assurance that the helmet can be used in the future.

Click here to register for Cascade R certification information

Additional information on the topic...


by posted 12/11/2014
Field Status
Claude Moore Pk #6 - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
Claude Moore Pk #7 - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
Dominion HS (Bus Lane) - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
Forest Grove ES - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
River Bend MS A - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
River Bend MS B - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
Seneca Ridge MS (Lower) - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
Sterling ES - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
Sterling MS #1 - Sterling OPEN (8/30) 
Sterling MS #2 - Sterling  -- 
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