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Agility, Skills, and Conditioning Training with Nick Orioli and Austin Popovich

Click here to sign up for the Agility Training with Austin and Nick. Training starts 7/12, 6:15-7:30 at Heritage Park.

Click the Link Below to Register for our Summer Workshop

Summer Camps for Players wanting to improve their skills

Link for details

Westerville North HS lacrosse team will be offering a camp June 21-22. Below is a link for more details.

The Lacrosse Academy

The Lacrosse Academy will be holding two summer day camps at Bevelhymer Park in New Albany July 6 and 26. Click on this link for details. 

Ocfighting Cardinal Logo Courtesy Of Otterbein AthleticsNike Lacrosse camp will be held at Otterbein University on July 12-15. Click this link for more details.

2020-21 Ohio State Buckeyes Schedule | ESPN

Ohio State Buckeye Camps. 

This link is for dates in June for grades k-8



Westerville Lacrosse Club

Westerville Lacrosse Club is a not-for-profit organization that teaches the sport of Lacrosse to boys and girls, grades 1st through 8th, providing our youth with a safe and fun environment that fosters diversity and inclusively.  In addition to teaching our young members the technical skills necessary to competitive play, we aspire to instill in them the ideals of sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, and effort, so that they might grow to be strong and upstanding citizens within our community.


We serve ALL students living within the Westerville City School Limits from grades 1st through 8th.  If your home school district DOES NOT offer lacrosse, or your child is home schooled you are welcome to join one of our teams as well.  We currently have 1 middle school team which combine players from all four middle schools.  Lacrosse IS NOT an official school sport until high school, therefore registration and team administration is run through WLC. 

Parent Volunteer Information

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Westerville Lacrosse Club  
PO Box 2276 Westerville, OH 43086  
(614) 289-8629  


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a team game, originally played by North American Indians, in which the ball is thrown, caught, and carried with a long-handled stick having a curved L-shaped or triangular frame at one end with a piece of shallow netting in the angle.