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Team 48 Lacrosse Arizona Travel Team

Fall Travel Team Tryouts – Team 48 Lacrosse

Fall Travel Team Tryouts – Team 48 Lacrosse

Team 48 Travel Tryouts 8/28 at Scottsdale Sports Complex

Team 48 Fall Tryouts 8/28

Location- Scottsdale Sports Complex, Scottsdale

Grades- 2032 (current 3rd grade) through 2023 (current 12th)

Times- 5:30 – 7:00p (2032/31/30/29/28/27)

7:15 – 8:45p (2026/25/24/23)

Practice and tournament information can be found on Team 48 Lacrosse website

Must register prior to tryouts at Team 48 Lacrosse website

More information at https://www.team48lacrosse.com/

NOTE: Players are expected to attend tryouts in order to make the team. If your child is injured and/or unable to make the tryout date, please contact Team 48 at info@team48lacrosse.com

Arizona Team 48 Lacrosse Travel Teams

Arizona LAX4LIFE Tournament

The Arizona LAX4LIFE Tournament. 1 great cause! “We Play So The Kids Can” Over $60,000 has been raised and given to kids with cancer and hospitals that treat them. Hundreds of toys have been collected and donated.

Arizona Youth Lacrosse Teams are for kids in kindergarten through 8th grade and divided into four age groups.

True East Lacrosse Festival

Arizona True East Lacrosse Festival. Youth Lacrosse True East LAXFEST. Fun is the number one priority!

8U Youth Lacrosse

8U Gilbert Knights Arizona Youth Lacrosse Army. 8U Division is for players 8 years and under. Growing the game in Arizona.

Combined Lacrosse Practice

Arizona youth lacrosse combined practice with Mesa Heat Lacrosse club and Gilbert Knights Youth Lacrosse club.

Try Lacrosse Clinic

Gilbert Arizona Youth Lacrosse Clinic

Youth lacrosse clinic for kids in kindergarten through 8th grade to try lacrosse

Arizona Youth Lacrosse Teams are for kids in kindergarten through 8th grade and divided into four age groups.

Exploring the History of Lacrosse

Written by: Anish Shroff
Produced + Edited by: Brett Roberts
Ft. Jeremy Thompson, Kyle Harrison, Rachael DeCecco, Trevor Baptiste

Everyone that knows the origins and the history of the game, shown so nicely here, MUST pass it on to the younger players to carry the honor and traditions on.
why play lacrosse

Why Play Lacrosse

It Is Never Too Late To Start Playing Lacrosse

New kids join lacrosse at every age group every year.

Lacrosse in the US is currently one of the fastest growing sports in America. With a faster growth rate than swimming, bowling, water polo, cross country, ice hockey, and soccer, there are 36,000 college lacrosse players in the United States and growing. From 2009 to 2014 the growth rate for lacrosse has been 28%. In 2009, 1,984 high schools across the country had sponsored a lacrosse program, but by 2014, 2,535 high schools across the country had sponsored a lacrosse program. Originally lacrosse was only played on the east coast, but it is starting to make a move out to the middle and west of the United States. 750,000 children across the United States played lacrosse in 2015. For junior league lacrosse, the growth rate has been 43% for boys and girls. Denver became the first non-east coast team in history to make it to the NCAA division 1 finals in 2015. It is never too late to start playing lacrosse.


  • Part of a Team
  • Combines the Skills of Multiple Sports
  • Size Doesn’t Matter!
  • It’s Challenging
  • Helps Your Performance in Other Sports, Too

Why Play Lacrosse

Why You Should Play Lacrosse According to Paul Rabil Co-Founder of The Premier Lacrosse League (PLL)

See what equipment do I need https://gilbertknightslacrosse.com/2021/07/what-equipment-do-i-need/

See how to improve your lacrosse skills https://gilbertknightslacrosse.com/2021/07/how-to-improve-your-lacrosse-skills/