The Woodinville Lacrosse Club, established in 2010 is dedicated to promoting lacrosse by providing our student athletes the opportunity to learn the fundamentals and develop their skills while fielding competitive teams and honoring the game.

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The Woodinville Lacrosse Club was founded in 2009, as a split from the Northshore Lacrosse Club. Woodinville Lacrosse was established with the leadership of Andy Farrington and a group of dedicated volunteers from the High School feeder pattern.

 

 With Northshore's support, a team of Woodinville-based parents created a new lacrosse program for Woodinville High and the youth teams who live in the areas that feed up to Woodinville High School. Spring 2010 was our inaugural season. In 2011, Coach Gavin Molitor led the Varsity team to an undefeated season, winning the Division II State Championship. Currently the Woodinville High team competes at the KINGCO 4A Division. 

 

The club also has a flourishing youth program that reaches kids from Kindergarten through 8th grades that serves over 200 players within the Woodinville High School service area.  Our board of directors oversee spring season league play, fall ball, winter conditioning, summer league and summer camps. The club is governed by a volunteer board, with Pete Crowley serving as Program Director, as well as the varsity head coach. 

 

Our annual Parents Night Out, Wine Social are a big hit, along with our 5K Fun Run. WLAX also co - hosts Shootout for Soldiers a national travelling 24-hour lacrosse game that raises money for local and national veteran services.