To provide quality lacrosse instruction in a fun and competitive environment for the youth in our community. We strive to offer programs that will promote the sport, emphasize sportsmanship and develop team concepts. We will develop and manage community p
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  • Primary purpose is to teach and promote the game of lacrosse in a fun, safe and sportsmanlike environment
  • To work on skill development of lacrosse players and teach a game of speed, position and finesse rather than physical intimidation.
  • Along with learning lacrosse, to instill the values of sportsmanship, respect, teamwork, fair play and a love of the sport of lacrosse for teammates, coaches and officials
  • To provide experienced players with skill sets and guidance for position-specific play, game situation drills and conditioning in preparation for spring league play.
  • Positional coaching includes off-ball movement, man-to-man and zone coverages, hand-eye drills for goalies,
  • Drills emphasing catching and passing, stick handling, groundballs, dodges allow all players to sharpen individual and team skills.
  • To provide fundamental skills and training necessary for players new to the sport in order to add new players to the game.
  • To promote lacrosse opportunities for all age groups and skill levels including, Elementary and Middle school aged boys and girls.
  • Indoor Winter Lacrosse Skills Development clinics for boys and girls interested in learning the game or improving their basic skills will run for four consecutive Sundays on February 3, 10, 17 & 24 and weather make up day March 3 (only in the event facilities are closed due to weather). Each session is 90 minutes.
  • Outstanding instruction from E. C. Glass coaches and local standout players will be present to help provide youth players with positional instruction and game fundamental.
  • Participants are required to bring their own stick. Players with helmets and gloves should bring those items. Goggles and sticks for girls.
  • Clinics are held at the Lynchburg City Armory located on Church Street, across from the Downtown YMCA. Parking is limited on Church Street. Additional parking is available at the Community Market on Main Street.

Boys' Coaches

Eddie Ranuska, Head Coach, E. C. Glass Boys' Lacrosse
2011 & 2012 Region II Coach of the Year
2011 & 2012 Jefferson District Coach of the Year
Conditioning and Defensive coaching specialist
Led ECG Boys’ lacrosse to two consecutive State tournament appearances
Dylan Hoff, Assistant Coach, E. C. Glass Boys' Lacrosse
(former player for Lynchburg College Men's Lacrosse)
ODAC All-Conference selection 2010, 2011 and 2012
All-State and All-American Men's Lacrosse Award 2011 and 2012 season 
Hold record for individual career points scored at LC (2009-2012)
Second leading single season record scorer at LC (2012)

$60 per player

Sunday Session Schedule

Girls' Session (ages 7-14) 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Boys' Session (ages 6-14) 2:45pm - 4:15pm

In the event of weather or facility issues, please check the BRLC website
or call the Parks and Recreation athletic information line at 434-455-5860.

2013 Clinic Dates
Sunday, February 3
Sunday, February 10
Sunday, February 17
Sunday, February 24
Snow Make-up Day, March 3 (if clinic is cancelled due to weather)

Equipment Needs
Participants are required to bring their own lacrosse stick and equipment.  Helmets and gloves for boys. Lacrosse googles (protective eye wear) for girls.
Clinics will focus on skills development, positional play and ball handling. 

Please use the "Register On-line" feature, located under the HOME tab, to register for the 2013 Winter Clinic.