BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS LACROSSE AT
GREENWICH HIGH SCHOOL
Providing fun and structured clinics with the most experienced coaches is our ultimate goal. Our plan is to grow the youth level with highly skilled PUBLIC school players who will eventually help the high school team win both FCIAC and state championships. Utilizing local fields and facilities, players will have multiple opportunities to improve their game.
For all future Cards, boys and girls, looking to develop their skills in a fun and instructional setting, our camps, held during the second week in July and third week in August, is the perfect environment for both beginning and experienced players. With the entire varsity staff, assisted by both current and former members of the varsity team, campers will have the opportunity to learn from actual Cardinal veterans.
Coach Lutz and Coach Clough share the desire of growing lacrosse in Greenwich, specifically with future Greenwich High School players. Providing fun, local opportunities for players of ALL skill levels will help the high school teams succeed at the highest level. Always having the goal of winning both an FCIAC and state championship starts with a core group of players working together at the youngest ages possible. It is the ultimate mission to create those higher level players who are tracked to attend the high school and have them play as much as possible at the younger grade levels so that the terminology, style of play, and overall program philosophy is implemented BEFORE they arrive as a Cardinal for the first time.
In no way will we interfere with GYL or any of spring programming. Our purpose is to provide as many opportunities to work with the high school coaches and varsity players as much as possible during the fall, winter, and summer. We are not a club team and higher level players are still encouraged to play with local programs; we are simply offering additional programming to help promote the love of the game and the growth of the sport for those eventually attending Greenwich High School. GO CARDS!