Fire Lacrosse is a new force on the girls lacrosse scene. It is the Elite division of Dragons Lacrosse and offers girls dedicated to the sport a chance to play at a higher level and to reach higher goals. Fire is backed by an incredible coaching staff that trains our players, guides them through tournaments and actively supports them in the recruiting process. We have an amazing team environment and a great attitude.
At Fire Lacrosse, we believe COMMUNITY breeds CONFIDENCE. We strive every day to create a family environment where girls are free to be their truest selves and supported for doing so as they develop as lacrosse players and people through adolescence. When girls feel supported, fear of failure dissipates, challenges are faced head on, skills are developed, and the CONFIDENCE CYCLE begins. Confident players become confident young women off the field and when that happens, the possibilities are endless.
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The Coaches Perspective
News & Events
Over the past few seasons Fire Lacrosse has become the leader in offering training opportunities for high school players that are newer to the sport and are looking to: Level up their lacrosse skills Improve athleticism Get lots of game reps Play in a tournament Be with great coaches Have fun This summer we are…READ MORE
Fire Black had an undefeated tournament at Sand Storm, winning the 2024A division. This is the first time Fire won a title at Sand Storm, and only the second time in program history for one of our teams (boys & girls) to make it to the top of the podium at the biggest event…READ MORE
Thank you Class of 2023 for making Fire Lacrosse a part of your HS experience! We loved having you in our family and will miss you dearly!! To the many players that were injured or could not make it to Sand Storm, we were thinking of you and wished you could have been there.…READ MORE
We are kicking off the new year with a clinic that will help players sharpen shooting skills by working on mechanics, velocity and placement. All of this should come in handy at Sand Storm! There are 10 spots left so please act quickly. CLINIC DETAILS Date: January 7 Time: 12-2pm Location: Redondo Union HS Cost: $50 Who: this clinic is…READ MORE
We take a long-term approach to player development. Our training consists of team practices, HLT (High Level Training - speed & agility & stick skills) and Run Club (conditioning & stick skills). Read more...
Fire offers a structured recruiting support program that consists of tools such as SportsRecruits, advocacy (yes, we contact college coaches on a player's behalf), consulting, as well as help with highlight reels. Maddy Morrissey is our dedicated Recruiting Director. Read more...
The Team Experience
Imagine a place where you can just come and be yourself. A place where you can take as much or as little time as you need to develop your skills. A place full of positive energy and support. A place that is inclusive and supportive and easy to make friends in. That is the essence of our team experience. Fire Lacrosse offers a no-pressure environment that allows a player the freedom to make mistakes and be themselves. Read more...
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"I moved to California because I knew I wanted to coach lacrosse and bring this amazing sport to as many girls as possible in the area. Although, I didn’t fully know what to expect, I quickly found out Fire Lacrosse is different than any other club I’d coached for. A family culture combined with a constant pursuit of excellence is exactly what I believe club lacrosse should be, and Fire has created just that."
"We would like to thank you both so much for your acknowledgement of Harlow's hard work. She was so excited and couldn't wait for this season with Fire. She strives to be a better player playing with both you girls and the team. She is doing her pre-season training with SamoHi and doubling her practice time by playing Fire."