Women's Lacrosse

Female Box Lacrosse requires and builds speed, quickness, endurance, strength, teamwork, mental and physical toughness and most importantly, tremendous eye-hand coordination to be able to move at speed with pressure. The movement of the game both offensively and defensively, are very similar to basketball.

The key difference as compared to the boys game is the enforcement of the “place and push” checking rule. The rule states that the stick cannot be placed on the opposing player with any force, once placed you can push/steer.

No matter where you go, or where you play, lacrosse will get you moving and improve your cardio more than you could ever believe.

Female box players wear the same equipment that the boys do.

Females that reside outside the Langley / Aldergrove catchment area are required to register with their Home Association first and can ask for a release if there are no ‘all female’ teams where they live.

If you are interested in coaching a box lacrosse team (either female or coed) please complete and submit our Coaching Application.  Parent and non parents are both welcome to apply for coed and/or female box lacrosse.

Interested in Female Box Lacrosse?


Gerald Wartak
Female Coordinator


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We respectfully acknowledge that our operations are on the unceded traditional territory of the Katzie and Kwantlen people.