The Alameda Attack Lacrosse Club is gearing up for the spring 2018 season next month.
The Alameda Attack girls’ high school lacrosse team is the defending champions and will look to make it four straight titles this season. The team won its third-straight Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (NCJLA) championship May 21, 2017, at Patelco Fields in Pleasanton. The team defeated the San Jose Extreme 12-6 to secure the “three-peat.” St. Joseph Notre Dame sponsors the team, which is comprised of girls from 11 different Bay Area high schools.
The Alameda Attack girls high school lacrosse team won its third-straight Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (NCJLA) championship May 21 at Patelco Fields in Pleasanton.
The team defeated the San Jose Extreme 12-6 to secure the “three-peat.” No NCJLA team has ever won three straight championships. Alameda advanced to the finals after beating Morgan Hill in the playoffs the weekend before.
The Alameda Lacrosse Club (ALC) has opened its registration for prospective players for its 2016 spring season.
The ALC has eight teams to accommodate different gender and age groups. The Alameda Attack teams are the under-nine boys’ team, under-11 boys’ and girls’ squads, under-13 boys’ and girls’ squads, under-15 boys’ and girls’ teams, and a girls’ high school team. All teams have open registration.
The Alameda Attack varsity high school lacrosse team won the Northern California Junior Youth Lacrosse Association playoffs last Saturday, May 9, in just its second year at the varsity high school level.
The Alameda Attack team is a unique partnership between the Alameda Attack lacrosse club and St. Joseph Notre Dame High School. The partnership allows girls from Alameda’s high schools the opportunity to play lacrosse. Girls from 10 different high schools participate.