Davidsonville Athletic Association is a non-profit organization administered by a volunteer board whose mission is to promote, encourage, direct and operate athletic programs for the children and youth of the Davidsonville area, Anne Arundel County.

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DAA Gators Girls Lacrosse 2022

Registration Is Closed

 

Dear DAA families,

We look forward to a wonderful girls lacrosse season this spring. Please register early as I anticipate waitlists this season. Last year I struggled in getting volunteers to coach as well as help with the program. As you may or may not know, all recreation programs rely on volunteers and I would welcome more help for 2022 and moving forward. Please email me at girlslax@daagators.org to learn more.

The county anticipates games beginning the weekend of March 26th and will conclude the weekend of May 21st.

 

COACHES NEEDED

We need volunteer coaches for all ages-Kindergarten through 8th grade. If you would like to help but are hesistant for any reason please reach out to me so we can discuss. I plan to run a coaches clinic for any and all parents who would like to coach. Please email me at girlslax@daagators.org. Thank you in advance for anyone who can volunteer!

 

UNIFORMS

All uniforms will be provided for 2022.

Pee Wee, Middie and Junior levels will be provided with a jersey and a kilt - A $75 refundable deposit will be collected by your coach before you can receive the uniform. You will post date the check for June 1, 2022 and it will not be deposited unless your daughter fails to return both the jersey and kilt at the end of the season. This is protocol for all DAA sports. 

Sticklette level players, Kindergarten through 2nd grade, will be provided with reversible pinnies. Girls can wear their own black shorts or skirt.

 

EQUIPMENT

All girls, regardless of age group, will require the following:

  • Goggles, please make sure they are certified. Link provided- https://uslacrosse.org/safety/equipment/approved-eyewear-list

  • Colored mouth guard(if your daughter has braces they must use the braces mouthguard)

  • Lacrosse stick

  • Cleats are highly recommended

  • If you have a daughter who is a goalie the chest protector regulations have changed. Link provided- https://www.uslacrosse.org/safety/equipment/chest-protector-faq

                 

VOLUNTEERS

We are always looking for volunteers to help keep the program running smoothly.  

Positions need to be filled ASAP:

Age coordinators-sticklettes, Pee Wees, Middies and Juniors

Coordinator to keep the fields lined-DAA and Davidsonville Elementary School 

If interested, please contact girlslax@daagators.org.

 

AGE GROUP INFORMATION

Sticklettes - Kindergatren, First & Second Graders

The Sticklette program is an in-house league that will practice at Davidsonville Elementary School. Practices will begin at the end of March or the first week in April and will run through the end of May. DAA Sticklette teams may travel to play other organizations.  Game format will be 5v5 with no goalie on a field approximately 50 yards in length. The focal points of this league will be skill-building and sportsmanship, with some emphasis on the basics of positioning, rules and field play.   

Pee Wees - Third & Fourth Graders

This is the first year of county play and all girls must be 8 years old by April 1st to play Pee Wee. The games are 8v8, with no checking at this level, and scores are not recorded. Mandatory evaluations will be conducted in late February or early March and teams will be created. There will be scheduled games for this age group. TBD based on when spring sports open in the county. Expect two practices a week. Games will be on Saturday with a possible weeknight game. The focal points of this league will be skill-building and sportsmanship, with more emphasis on the basics of positioning, rules and field play.

Middies - Fifth & Sixth Graders

The games are 12v12 with modified checking and scores are recorded. Fields will have hard boundaries. Mandatory evaluations will be conducted in late February or early March and teams will be created. We intend to field teams in the 3 divisions offered by the county, A, B, and C based on the ability of the participants that sign up. Expect two practices a week. Games will be on Sunday with a possible weeknight game. There will be scheduled games and play offs for this age group. TBD based on when spring sports open in the county. The focal points of this league will be skill-building and sportsmanship, teamwork and positioning, and introduction to strategy and plays. DAA expects any player participating on a team to have a commitment to their coach and teammates to make all practices and games a priority.

 

Juniors - Seventh & Eighth Graders

The games are 12v12 with checking at this level and scores are recorded. Fields will have hard boundaries. Mandatory evaluations will be conducted in late February and teams will be created. We intend to field teams in the 3 divisions offered by the county, A, B, and C based on the ability of the participants that sign up. Expect two to three practices a week. Games will be on Saturday with a possible weeknight game. There will be scheduled games and play-offs for this age group. TBD based on when spring sports open in the county. DAA expects any player participating on a team to have a commitment to their coach and teammates to make all practices and games a priority.

 

Girls in High School - Ninth - Twelfth Grades

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Commissioner

Emily Flanagan

girlslax@daagators.org