Davidsonville Athletic Association is a non-profit organization administered by a volunteer board whose mission is to promote, encourage, direct and operate athletic programs for the children and youth of the Davidsonville area, Anne Arundel County.
 
 
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DAA Gators Girls Lacrosse

Registration Opens January 2018

 

 

 

COACHES

All coaches are required to attend a coaches certification clinic through Anne Arundel County Parks and Rec.

Upcoming Clinic Dates:

Wednesday, November 29th at 6pm at Old Mill High School 

Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 at 6pm at Old Mill High School

 

UNIFORMS

All uniforms will be provided for 2018.

Pee Wee, Middie and Junior levels will be provided with a jersey and kilt - A $75 refundable deposit is required.

Kindergarten and Sticklette levels will be provided with reversible pinnies. Girls can wear their own black shorts or kilt.

 

EQUIPMENT

All girls, regardless of age group, will require the following:

  • Goggles
  • Colored mouth guard
  • Lacrosse stick
  • Cleats are highly recommended ‚Äč

 

VOLUNTEERS

We are always looking for volunteers to help keep the program running smoothly.  

Positions needed to be filled ASAP:

Equipment manager

Gator Day Volunteers 

If interested, please contact gatorgirlslax@gmail.com.

 

GATOR DAY - DATE TBD

DAA Girls and Boys Lacrosse teams play all games at DAA Park on this day.  We hope you can come out and support your players and be part of this special lacrosse community event.  Team photos will also be held. More information to follow.

 

Following is some general information regarding the program. For additional information, email .

Age Group Information

Kindergarten

The Kindergarten program is an in-house league that will practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Davidsonville Elementary School. Clinics will begin the first week in April and will run through the end of May. The clinics are solely intended to teach the basic fundamentals of the girls' lacrosse game with a HUGE emphasis on FUN! Skills taught will include how to hold a stick, cradling, passing, catching and grounding balls.

Sticklettes - First & Second Graders

The Sticklette program is an In-House league, with all DAA teams practicing and playing together in an organized group. Practices will begin the first week in April on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Davidsonville Elementary School and games will be played during the month of May. DAA Sticklette teams may travel to play other organizations.  Game format will be 6v6 with no goalie on a field approximately 50 yards in length. The focal points of this league will be skill-building and sportsmanship, with some emphasis on the basics of positioning, rules and field play.  

**Depending on interest and registration numbers, DAA has the option to field a 2nd grade Sticklette team within the County.  The focus is the same as the In-House league, the difference would be week night and possibly Saturday morning games against various County teams.  A special request section has been added in the registration process.  Please note whether your 2nd grader is interested in the County league option.  If a County team is formed, an extra $25 will be charged to those players. 

Pee Wees - Third & Fourth Graders

This is the first year of county play and all girls must be 8 years old by April 1st to play Pee Wee. The games are 8v8, with no checking at this level, and scores are not recorded. Skills evaluation will be conducted in late February and teams will be developed. There are 10 scheduled games that begin the first week in April. Expect two practices a week, with Saturday, Sunday and some weeknight games. The focal points of this league will be skill-building and sportsmanship, with more emphasis on the basics of positioning, rules and field play.

Middies - Fifth & Sixth Graders

The games are 12v12 with modified checking and scores are recorded. Fields will have hard boundaries. Mandatory evaluations will be scheduled. We intend to field teams in the 3 divisions offered by the county, A, B, and C based on the ability of the participants that sign up. Expect two practices a week that are required to be attended, with Saturday, Sunday and some weeknight games. There are 10 scheduled games that begin the first week in April. The focal points of this league will be skill-building and sportsmanship, teamwork and positioning, and introduction to strategy and plays. DAA expects any player participating on a team to have a commitment to their coach and teammates to make all practices and games a priority.

Juniors - Seventh & Eighth Graders
The games are 12v12 with checking at this level and scores are recorded. Fields will have hard boundaries. Mandatory evaluations will be scheduled. We intend to field teams in the 3 divisions offered by the county, A, B, and C based on the ability of the participants that sign up. Expect two to three practices a week that are required to be attended, with Saturday, Sunday and some weeknight games. There are 10 scheduled games, plus play-offs. DAA expects any player participating on a team to have a commitment to their coach and teammates to make all practices and games a priority.

Girls in High School - Ninth - Twelfth Grades
Visit www.glaaac.org

Commissioner

Danielle Varnell

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