Welcome to Naperville North Women's Lacrosse
Naperville North Women's Lacrosse provides Naperville North High School girls with the opportunity to play competitive high school lacrosse through the Illinois High School Women's Lacrosse Association. This is our 8th year and we compete at the Varsity and Junior Varsity levels.
NNHS Women’s Lacrosse Summer Camp 2012
When: Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM
June 19 thru July 26 (No camp the week of 7/2 for 4th of July Holiday)
Where: Naperville North High School Bunny Patch (Practice field west of the bus lot on 5th Ave)
Players receive: T-shirt, practice pinnie and shorts, coaches and fields.
The NNHS Girl’s Lacrosse Camp is an intense 10 session camp meeting Tuesday and Thursday nights during the summer. Players will have an opportunity to work on individual and team skills in small groups with outstanding instructors. The camp is open to incoming first time players as well as returning and advanced players. JV Coach Rob Vanecek will be focusing on helping new players learn the game and skills necessary to compete at the high school level. Varsity Coach Kirk Lamitie will be working with the returning and advanced players to refine their skills and help them reach the next level.
Special guest coaches will include Augustana College Head Women’s Lax coach, Sara Tisdale, to motivate returning players to raise their games.
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2012 Game Schedule
Please visit the Naperville North Athletics website for up to date schedules.
Follow on twitter @NNHSGirlsLax to get the most up to date info!
Thinking of getting a new stick?
Here are some suggestions for buying a new stick:
Please visit our firends at Tama Lacrosse for all your lacrosse needs. They are located next to K-Mart on Odgen.
Here are some recomended websites:
What to look for in a stick:
Type of Pocket- Avoid solid, non-adjustable pockets (for example, Brine Paramount, DeBeer Gripper, Brine TXP. Please also look at this pocket and this one, I do not know what it is called but please avoid it. I see many sticks with this pocket at local stores.
The STX Runway is a great pocket.
There are pockets which have more complex pockets. These pockets will take more ongoing maintenance, but will be better to cradle, catch and throw with.
There are different shafts as well, but I think the pocket is most important!
These are links for complete sticks. If just buying a head they will be cheaper.
The STX sticks all have the pockets I recommend.
The Brine sticks come with the pockets I suggested to avoid. But here are some options:
Brine Mynx $50 http://www.lacrossemonkey.com/brine-lacrosse-stick-mynx.html
If you have any questions about any other brands please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
2011 Season Highlights
The Lady Huskies had a successful Spring 2011 season, finishing with a 9 - 9 record and having 3 players selected as All-Conference players. The Lady Huskies went on to beat city rival Naperville Central HS in the first round of the playoffs but fell to top seeded Hinsdale Central HS in the second round of the playoffs.
The Lady Huskies look to build upon their Spring 2011 season as they are returning a majority of their varsity players and by playing in the Brush Hill league over the Summer.
Try-out, practice and game schedules for the Spring 2012 season will be posted soon.
For further information on the Naperville North Women's Lacrosse, email us at Naperville North Women’s Lacrosse.