While there are many skills a lacrosse player needs to be successful, your stick skills are by far the most important.  It doesn’t matter how strong or fast you are if you can’t throw or catch.  Building those skills requires many, many repetitions – far more than you will get in practice.  If you want…

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Registration is now open and the 2022 season will be starting soon!  We ask that you please read through this introductory message in its entirety as we have a lot of information to share about the season.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to us at info@avongrovelacrosse.org.   USA LACROSSE…

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All major lacrosse rules organization will require in 2022 that players wear shoulder pads or liners that meet the new NOCSAE ND200 standard.  This standard reduces the force of blows to the chest and reduces the risk of commotio cordis – a sudden cardiac arrest caused by a blow to the chest.  As a USA…

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In December 2015, the Avon Grove Lacrosse family lost one of its beloved members to breast cancer – Amy Lengel.  As a lacrosse parent and spouse of former AGL president Eric Lengel, Amy attended countless games, practices, and tournaments, and she was as integral to the AGL experience as any of our volunteer coaches and…

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We are excited to announce four local companies have joined us as Start the Heart Supporters – ASC Lacrosse, TRU Performance, Brittany Lovio State Farm, and Green Leaf Property Management Services!  The support of these three companies fully funds the purchase of our first AED, which brings us one step closer to achieving our mission…

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The 2021 season is finally here!  While we are always excited to kick off a new season, the cancellation of our 2020 season means it has been longer than normal since we have been on the field, and we can’t wait to get back!   We ask that you please read through this introductory message in…

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According to Parents Heart Watch, sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), is the number one cause of death for student athletes and the number two medical cause of death among youth under age 25. These deaths are devastating to the families and their communities, and we want to do our part to prevent these deaths. As part of…

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There are two significant rule updates that go into effect for the 2021 season, and we want to ensure all of our families understand the impact. New Grade-Based Team Structure The Chester County Lacrosse Association (CCLA) voted this fall to transition from an age-based to a grade-based team structure.  The goal of this change is…

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