The Souderton Area Girl's Lacrosse Association (SAGLA) is an independent, non-profit organization that offers both Community and Travel Lacrosse Programs for girls in 3rd through 8th grades.

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SAGLA Gold "A" Level Competitive Lacrosse Information

The SAGLA Gold "A" Level Competitive Lacrosse Program is open to girls in gades 5 -8 who reside within the boundaries of the Souderton Area School District as well as girls in adjacent school districts which do not have a girl's lacrosse program of their own.

The Gold program is ideal for girls who want to take their game to the next level and are willing to make a commitment to working on their lacrosse skills in the off season. 

  • Tryouts are held in the Fall for the following Spring season. 
  • Winter workouts begin in January and carry the players right into the start of the Spring season with practices two nights a week starting in March. 
  • The Gold teams play up to eight games (four HOME/four AWAY) on weekends (either Saturday or Sundays). 
  • Travel to other PAGLA East fields is required for AWAY games.
  • The Gold teams participates in the PAGLA East playoffs.
  • The Gold team takes part in our SAGLA Play Day Tournament (mid-May)
  • The Gold team takes part at the PAGLA Play Day Tournament in Downingtown, PA (late-May or early-June)

SAGLA PLAYER EXPECTATIONS

 

  • Players should make every effort to attend all practices (see PAGLA expectations below).  
  • Players are expected to support and encourage their teammates.  
  • Players are to listen to their coaches.
  • There will be A LOT of running during games and there will be a lot of running incorporated in our lacrosse drills during practices.  If players are able to do some running prior to the start of our outdoor training, that would be beneficial.
  • Wear practice pinnie or uniform top to all practices & wear something underneath so players can ‘switch colors’ during practices.
  • Players are to wear NO jewelry at any practice or game.  Take off jewelry before coming to practice and games. Covering jewelry with tape is not allowed. 
  • Players are expected to behave with good sportsmanship both on and off the field.
  • Players are also encouraged to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to practice time to ensure that we are able to begin practice on time.