We are a Seattle girls lacrosse club focused on skill development, fostering sportsmanship and promoting a love for the game. We currently offer four programs:
7th/8th grade level (U-15) - Please contact George Bergeron
5th/6th grade level (U-13) - Please contact George Bergeron
3rd/4th grade level (U-11) - Full: Wait List Only
2nd grade level (U-9) - Full: Wait List Only
If you are interested in one of the full programs please contact George Bergeron at regarding waitlists or potential additional roster spots.
Our boundaries include the Seattle School District area West of I-5.
* If you live East of I-5, West Seattle or in the Shoreline School District you must file a waiver with WAGLAX in order to compete with QAQS. Please let me know if you have any questions regarding this process.
Seattle Starz Middle School Tryouts
SEATTLE STARZ MS GIRLS TRYOUT INFORMATION
Dear Washington HS and MS Girls' Lacrosse Players,
The summer Seattle Starz girls' lacrosse season is right around the corner! I wanted to personally invite you to try out for our MS teams on April 19th, also at Marymoor Park.
SEATTLE STARZ SUMMER 2015 TRYOUT REGISTRATION IS OPEN. PLEASE REGISTER ASAP TO SECURE YOUR SPOT! Please make sure to update/provide an accurate birth date and graduating year. There is no on-site registration, so make sure to register online using the following link.
Seattle Starz has a great summer season planned for our girls’ high school and middle school teams. You won’t want to miss it. We have a phenomenal tournament schedule lined up.
Seattle Starz tournament teams are for players and families seeking additional opportunity to play lacrosse during the off-season and compete on a local, regional and national level. Whether you look to maximize your exposure to collegiate coaches and recruiters or simply want to improve your game, Seattle Starz is the way to go. We are looking for players who work hard and want to put their skills to the test. Our experienced coaches will provide the tools to build strong fundamental skills, teach team strategy and develop player to the highest level of play.
Over 80% of Seattle Starz’s current seniors will play NCAA or WLCA college lacrosse in the 2015-16 school year. We have a significant amount of players that are in discussion with college coaches as we speak. The quality of the coaching, competition and tournament/showcase exposure provided by Seattle Starz is unmatched in Washington.
Please visit our website (www.seattlestarzlax.com) for a complete overview of the Summer 2015 Girls’ season and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
SEATTLE STARZ TRYOUT DETAILS:
Middle School Players:
U13 - Current 6th and 7th Graders (born on/after Sept. 1, 2001)
U15 - Current 7th and 8th Graders (born on/after Sept. 1, 1999 and no 9th graders regardless of birthday)
Date: Sunday, April 19th
Time: 10am to Noon (arrive 30 minutes prior to check-in)
Location: Marymoor Park (6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE, Redmond, WA 98052), Field #4
IF YOU HAVE A CONFLICT THAT PROHIBITS YOU FROM ATTENDING TRYOUTS PLEASE EMAIL LYNDSEY GILLIS AT firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMER TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:
In addition to the schedule below, HS players will have the opportunity to participate in the DU team camp (July 8-10), prior to the Western Cup in Denver, CO. Last summer was the first time we attended this camp; it proved to be one of the best recruiting and growth opportunities of the summer. More information about the DU camp will be distributed once rosters are finalized at the end of March.
The Puget Sound Loggers Washington Girls Lax Day is Sat April 11 at noon v Linfield (Oregon) on the campus in Tacoma. High school and youth players attend free and can come down on the field after for a meet & greet with Logger players and coaches.
As the season gets ready to start summer camp/clinic opportunities will start becoming available. Hilary Bowen, Roosevelt HS Head Coach and former Northwestern standout is also coaching with CitySideLax and has camps for the summer. They will be offering a youth, middle school and high school camp in Seattle. In addition, they will be offering a fall ball for 5&6th and 7&8th graders. They have not heard back about fields or which weekend day they will have but they should have information shortly.
All of the camps with be in Seattle and will go M-Th from 9-1PM. Middle School will be at Montlake and Youth will be at Miller Playfield. We will also be having a high school camp but have not yet set the dates!
As we begin the 2015 season, it is time to consider our infrastructure and identify new Board Positions and Board Members as well as fill vital Volunteer Positions:
Board Position to fill immediately:
Assistant Director/Vice President: at the end of June 2015, I will be stepping down as the Director of the Quick Styx. I will remain involved and continue to assist with the growth. This position will likely require that we extend other board positions to multiple volunteers such as a Registrar, Treasurer, Scheduler, etc.
This position is vital to our continued growth and identifying someone soon will allow me to work with them throughout the season.
2016 Board Position to fill:
Assistant Director/Vice President
Player Development Coordinator
Volunteer Positions to fill immediatley:
Webmaster: if you have experience with enhancing and updating websites your assistance would be appreciated in making our website more user friendly and providing more information.
Bake Sale Coordinator: coordinate the bake sale during our QAQS Jamboree
Mandatory Volunteer Positions
Team Managers: each team will need a team manager - this position requires coordination with the coaches, parents, making sure we have scorers and timers for each home game, verifying a sideline manager for every game and making sure that your team is fully staffed for every game as well as coordination with director and board. A list of potential responsibilities is located under the Parents/Volunteers tab above.
Scorers/Timers: each team needs several parents who will be willing to keep score and/or time during home games as well as keep score during away games. If these positions are not filled then we may have to postpone all home games.
Sideline Managers: each team needs several parents who will be willing to act as sideline manager for all games. This is a league requirement for every game and for every team. The responsibilities include making sure that fans and/or coaches are acting appropriately. If fans are yelling negatively and/or harassing the officials then you will need to make sure they know their behavior is unacceptable. If there are issues they should be reported to the team manager and/or director.
We will hold a meeting/clinic for the above volunteer positions at practice on 3/11/15 as a training session.
Please let me know which position you are interested in filling.