Silver City Fall/Winter 2022 is all about reps, development, free play and competitive local/regional competition play.

We are excited to have FUN with Silver City this season!

September 17Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
September 24Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
October 1Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
October 8Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
October 15Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
October 22Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
November 12Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
November 19Saturday6pm-8pmDe La Salle TRAINING
January 14SaturdayAll DayIndio CA TOURNAMENT
January 15SundayAll DayIndio CA TOURNAMENT
January 21SaturdayAll DayBeach Chalet TOURNAMENT
January 22SaturdayAll DayBeach Chalet TOURNAMENT

Silver City Lacrosse Training will now be run under the 501 (c) 3 LET (Lacrosse Education And Training) LET THE KIDS PLAY!

Programs mission is to train players to get them ready for their NCJLA, Club or high school seasons.

No players will be excluded because of club, high school or spring team affiliation.

 Our vision and goal is to increase the overall Lacrosse IQ and skill of all players who sign up for training.


  • Small sided team concepts to maximize repetitions

  • 6v6 Samurai style games

  • Settled and Transition team play dynamics

  • High repetition play to ingrain concepts at game speed


  • Teaching the fundamentals of passing with correct form from various release points

  • Catching the ball with appropriate grips in tight, mid range shallow cuts, coming up field below goal line extended and posting

    up top. Catch the balls with soft hands and deep or catching in front and keeping in front to avoid a trailing defender.

  • Dodging approaches & options coming coming out of the dodge as well as dodging off the pass with an approaching defender.

  • Swing passes or one more feeds

  • Taking off ball inventory

  • Finding cutting lanes or skip passing lanes.

  • Offensive communication.

  • Shooting techniques from different release points.

  • Odd man situations to identify the 2 on 1.

  • Man up offense-Small sided games.

  • Riding affectively.

  • Ground Balls

  • Creating slickness via multiple stick handling progressions

  • Learning to utilize stick fakes to freeze slides, shift defenses and misdirect sticks in passing lanes


  • Defensive positioning, footwork and approaches.

  • Off ball positioning.

  • Defensive toolbox checks and bumps.

  •  Man down defense

  • Getting sticks up in passing lanes.

  • Sliding the correct way and teaching how to make contact the correct way

  • Being a threat to pass, feed and shoot.

  • Creating slickness via multiple stick handling progressions

  • Defensive communication.

  • Ground Balls

  • Small sided games.

  • Odd man situations and reads.


  • Goalies will work on positioning, baiting, stance, not giving up rebounds, communication, outlets, playing small sides games to work on stick skills and footwork.


  • Stance, reads, outs, wingmen adjustments, listening for calls from sideline, shooting, feeding, passing, defensive toolbox building to be confident if they get stuck on defense. We will also cover the cat and mouse game of substitution.