With more than a decade of offering youth lacrosse programs for all levels of players on the mid-Peninsula, we are dedicated to teaching the great game of lacrosse to our young players.
We emphasize the development of fundamental skills in a safe, fun and competitive environment. Our players learn to compete with intensity, lose with dignity, and win with grace, as they grow and flourish with their teammates.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Coyotes Lacrosse club.
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COYOTES SPRING PUPS REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
COYOTES SPRING PUPS REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
It's time for our beginner program catering to U7 players or those at U9 who have never played lacrosse before but would like to get exposure to the sport in consideration of going a U9 team in the future.
COME ON OUT AND JOIN THE FUN!
Our clinic series will consist of 5 sessions between 4 and 5:15 pm at North Field on Mondays, beginning April 20th and ending May 18th.
All participants should have their own sticks and wear either sneakers or cleats. The club may have available a limited number of "loaner" sticks.
Registration will close 4/15/2015 at Midnight and we will need to limit this program to 40 players. So register now so that you don't lose your spot for this program.
Click the 2015 Spring Season Registration button along the left hand navigation to complete your registration.
Current Coyotes Elle and Anna Scandalios pictured with cousin,
current Stanford star and Coyotes alum, Hannah Farr!
Coyotes Alum Hannah Farr Named 2014 IWLCA All American and Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Player of the Year
Stanford junior midfield Hannah Farr (Hillsborough, CA/St. Ignatius Prep, Coyotes Lacrosse) led the Cardinal in draw controls, was second in goals, points and ground balls . She is one of two Stanford players listed amongst the team’s top-five in goals, assists, points, ground balls, draws, and caused turnovers. Farr delivered multiple-goals in all five of Stanford’s games against IWLCA Top-20 opponents this year. A three-time first-team all-conference selection, Farr also becomes the first MPSF Lacrosse player all-time to be in possession of both an MPSF Tournament MVP (2013) and player of the year award in her career.