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ULAX Winter League Deadline - SUN
by posted 11/08/2019

Good Afternoon,

I wasn’t sure if everyone was aware, but ULAX is hosting a winter league – similar to the Summer League but it’ll be indoor from December 8th to February 3rd. They’re looking to field teams of 10-15 players so that we can play 6v6 or 7v7 on an indoor field. We’re hoping to get 4 full teams for this league.  

So far the high school teams that have players registering are:

  • Lee’s Summit North
  • Blue Valley
  • Lee’s Summit West

Encourage your girls to sign up with your school team or as a Free Agent (those players will be placed on teams needing extra players). If you want your school team to be an option during sign up, simply email:  .  

I would highly encourage you to register before Sunday, November 10 to get the DISCOUNTED PRICE!

  • Registration Fee: $115/player (through 11/10)
  • Late Registration Fee: $135/player (after 11/10)  


League Page: 

Registration Form: 


Let me know if you have any questions!


image002.pngKallie Muck

FCA Lacrosse Midwest Director

Cell | 913-638-0828

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Donate | https://my.fca.org/kalliemuck

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by posted 11/05/2019

What: SMGL Open House

When: Sunday, November 17 2:00-4:00PM

Where: Leawood Presbyterian Church 

2715 W 83rd St, Leawood, KS 66206

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Read your Defender
by posted 07/15/2019




1.  See the field:  Everytime you catch the ball, check the 8-meter and the lane in front of yo to determine if it's a good time to go or to move the ball.

2   Look at the defender's hips:  If they are turned, identify the clearest path to the goal.  If they are square, pick a side to attack to force her to open her stance.

3.   Look at the defender's feet:  If they are wide, a face, split or pull dodge will get her off balance.  If they are close together, it means she's more upright and could probably be beaten with a speed dodge.

4.  Go:  An explosive first step is the key.

5.  Turn the corner:  Generate power from your legs and seal off the defender from your stick side.

6.  Look for the slide:  If a second defender comes, pass the ball to an open teammate and keep the defense rotating.

7.  Protect:  Pull your stick close to your body as you dodge past the defender.

8.  Stay big:  Use your shoulders, keep your head up and finish the play.


Tips from a USL Magazine article from Team USA player Katie Haus

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Former All-American's Numbers Will Be Retired
by posted 01/24/2018

Shawnee Mission Girls Lacrosse


Players who have been awarded National All-American status will have their jersey numbers retired. 

These players have been awarded All-American, Academic All-American or Jackie Pitts Award:

2015  #1   Margaret Krause  All-American

2015  #21 Jennifer Young     All-American

2016  #23 Ashton Hess        Academic All-American

2017         Ashton Hess        Academic All-American

2017         Ashton Hess        Jackie Pitts Award

2017  #5  Callie Eldred         All-American

2019  #7  Kiki Ehrich           Academic All-American

2019  #22 Emily Fey            All-American

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