OGLA's Player Clinic is this Saturday!
Register Now!

This Saturday, December 13th, from 2 - 4 pm, OGLA's player clinic will be happening at Lincoln High School.
The following coaches will be in attendance:
Wynne Lobel: Pacific University Head Coach
Kat Enders: Linfield College Head Coach
Kate Robinson: Whitman College Head Coach
Natalie Harrington: George Fox University Coach

To Register please Email OGLA (Click Here) and send us the following information:
Full Name
High School
Years Played
Phone Number

Registration costs $35 and will be collected at the clinic

Additionally, interested players and parents are welcome to attend our ABC's of College Recruiting Panel  happening this Friday, December 12, at 6 PM located at Lincoln High School Cafeteria.

Step Up Lacrosse adds two Lacrosse Opportunities

Maryland based STEP UP LAX is coming to Oregon for the third straight year! 

Date: February 28th, 2015
Youth Clinic (2nd-6th grade) 9AM- 12AM
Elite Clinic (7th-12th grade) 1PM- 4PM
West Linn HS, 5465 West A Street, West Linn, OR
Cost: $75 
Sign Up at www.stepuplax.com

Flyer: Click Here

In conjunction with their player clinic, STEP UP LAX will be holding a Coaches clinic for Friday, February 27th. The cost is only $25!

Flyer: Click Here 

OGLA 2015 Mandatory Meeting Powerpoint Uploaded
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2015 OGLA Manual is up.

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OGLA has hired an Administrative Coordinator!

Kelly Stevens, having significant experience and success in the lacrosse world, has been selected as Oregon Girls Lacrosse Association's Administrative Coordinator
Stevens' hiring marks an exciting new career dimension for the hard working and passionate player, coach and official. A native of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Stevens graduated from Pacific University in 2013 with a degree in Sociology. Stevens competed collegiately at Pacific on their Women's Lacrosse team all four years and was recently hired to assist Pacific Head Coach, Wynne Lobel, for the 2015 season. 

Prior to this, Stevens was named head lacrosse coach at Glencoe High School and spent three years developing youth of all skills levels and ages at local lacrosse clubs, Lacrosse Northwest and Lacrosse for All. In addition to coaching, Stevens is a local high school and youth level official. 

Stevens hopes that she can bring the same success to OGLA that she realized as a coach and official. "Since I could walk, I have had a lacrosse stick in my hands," she said", "It has given so much to me throughout my life that being able to help give that opportunity to others is a dream come true. I look forward to being part of such a successful and passionate organization".