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Grizzlies 2019 Fall Programs
Boys (8U - 14U) and Girls (8U - High School)
Registration is now OPEN!

RVLC Fall Ball 2019

The RVLC Fall Ball Program is a fun, organized environment aimed to develop lacrosse skills for players of all ages and experience levels.  Our coaches will focus on terminology, stick skill development, offense and defense concepts, and game-like situations. Don’t miss this great opportunity for beginners to get introduced to the game in a fun environment and for experienced players to keep a stick in their hand and work on their skills prior to the spring season!

Sundays Only From September 8th - October 27th




Ned Webster
Coach Webster grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, playing high school lacrosse at the Boys’ Latin School before heading to South Bend, Indiana to play for the University of Notre Dame, earning four GWLL titles and four NCAA tournament bids, before graduating in 1999.  Ned is the current coach of the Cal Men's lacrosse team.

Lauren Yee 

Lauren was born and raised in Mendham, New Jersey where she won 3 State Sectional Championships, 2 County Championships, and 2 Conference Championships as a player for Mendham High School. She went on to play at Rowan University where she won 1 Conference Championship and made 3 Division III NCAA tournament appearances. During her senior year at Rowan, Lauren was the team leader in assists and the co-leader in overall points. She spent six years coaching club lacrosse for STEPS Elite in NJ and high school lacrosse at Oak Knoll School and Mendham High School in New Jersey. Since moving to California in the fall of 2016, Lauren has been involved in coaching at the youth, high school, and club level. She is currently the head coach at Drake High School.

by posted 06/07/2019

Congratulations to the U14A Boys, U14A Girls, U12A Boys, and U10A Boys for finishing in the top 3 in their divisions for 2019! Great job players and coaches!


(U14A Boys)



by posted 06/05/2019
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