The Central Florida Lacrosse Club is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization founded in the fall of 2004 with 2 boys teams and 2 girls teams. Our desire was to provide middle school age players the opportunity to learn to play the great game of lacrosse with hundreds of participants passing through the youth ranks and going on to star in their respective high school programs. Timber Creek, University, and Colonial high schools continue to receive outstanding lacrosse players due to the efforts of this group of dedicated administrators, coaches, current and former lacrosse players and parents (who act as head coaches, assistant coaches and referees).
We not only to teach the fundamentals of the game of Lacrosse but also teach each player to "honor the game". Sportsmanship has long been a tradition in the game of Lacrosse and our organization follows the recommendation of the National US Lacrosse Organization. We do not keep score in games, and there are no club standings. It's not about how many tournaments you go to, it's about what and how you are being "Taught". Our primary goal is and always has been to prepare the youth of today with solid fundamental skills and sportsmanship for their high school playing days and beyond. All children in grades K-8th are welcome to play the game of lacrosse with the "HAWKS".
We treat every student-athlete with respect and are committed to helping our members find opportunities to play the game at the high school level.