We are a Seattle based girls youth lacrosse program that serves all interested 2nd through 8th grade families West of I-5 in the Seattle area. We are focused on teamwork, the growth of the game and most importantly the love of the game.
Teams and Practice Schedules for the 2016 season:
U-9 (2nd Graders): 30 to 40 players on Friday evenings at the Queen Anne Bowl from 5:30 to 6:30 PM starting in mid-April
U-11 (3rd/4th Graders): Four teams of 15 or 16 players on Friday evenings at the Queen Anne Bowl from 5:00 to 6:30 PM from late Feb to late May
U-13 (5th/6th Graders): Three teams of 20 to 21 players on Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Queen Anne Bowl from 5:00 to 6:30 PM from late Feb to late May
U-15 (7th/8th Graders): Three teams of 18 to 20 players on a mix of Monday thru Thursday evenings at the Queen Anne Bowl or Lower Woodland from appx. 7:00 to 8:30 PM from late Feb to late May (max two nights per week)
We are evaluating our registration numbers and considering adding teams at all levels to accommodate increased interest. We do not want to waitlist anyone.
As discussed at the league meetings last weekend -- we are in need of officials!! Both junior (high school age) and adult -- see the attached flier for more information and training dates. PLEASE pass this on to your community members!!
Also go HERE to see the steps required to becoming an umpire.
This is a fantastic way to continue to learn the game, stay active and make a difference.
Do you want to be a part of the fastest growing sport and program in WA state?
We are looking for the next group of leaders for the Queen Anne Quick Styx.
This past year we developed a strong Board of Directors who have a great vision of where we are headed and what we should be doing in the best of interest of our daughters and our families.
We now need a new Director or Co-Directors to lead the program.
The future is extremely bright and our foundation is strong. We need someone or a couple of people who are energetic, organized and are willing to make decisions that are in the best interest of our daughters.
In order for the Quick Styx to remain strong and continue to grow this position and positions need to be filled. I will be stepping down at the end of June and passing the torch.
Our goal is to find a couple of Assistant Directors for the upcoming season to work with me so that I can pass along what needs to be done.
If you are interested please contact me at
and we can discuss the responsibilities and tasks involved.
The role is one that is truly fun and gratifying. The support we now have for this role is tremendous.
Please remember that the program cannot survive without someone taking the lead.
As we get ready for the upcoming season, there will a need to volunteers throughout the season.
One of our most important needs is for home games and making sure that we have Scorers and Timers available.
Without Scorers and Timers we can not hold home games so we really need your assistance.
We need two parents at each home game that can handle this responsibility. The task is quite easy and a great way to learn the game. There is more involved at U-13 and U-15 but we also need parents willing to assist at U-11.
WSLA, the governing body, annually puts on several clinics for those who are interested.
This Sunday, January 31st, there are two sessions being held at SPU during the upcoming WSLA convention.
WSLA the governing body of Girls' Lacrosse in Washington State is holding a convention this weekend. The cost to attend the conference is $40.
US Lacrosse has just rolled out a brand new clinic called Learn To Play, and WSLA will be hosting two of these at next weekend's mini-convention!
This is perfect for PARENTS who want to learn more about how to play the game AND for new to the sport youth coaches.
Parents can come to SPU on SUN Jan 31 and attend a Learn To Play clinic as well as learn how to be a Scorer/Timer -- see the Sunday schedule here for the options -- we're offering multiple clinics for each of these subjects that day.
We've ALSO got some great offerings for parents on Saturday: Learn about the realities of college recruiting, how to talk to coaches, how to be a GREAT board member (and have fun doing it!), find out if Reffing is for You -- and more.
For ALL of the info on the mini-convention and to register -- go HERE.