UCSB Women's Lacrosse is a Sport Club competing under the Department of Recreation at University of California, Santa Barbara. The program competes regionally in the Western Women's Lacrosse League (WWLL) and nationally in the Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (WCLA), of U.S. Lacrosse, the National Governing Body for the sport.This association governs regular season and national championship tournament play and enforces the use of student-athlete eligibility rules similar to those of the NCAA. UCSB is one of the lead programs in the WCLA and is also one of a select few programs nationwide to carry A, B, & C teams based on interest and demand to participate in this sport at UCSB.
Beginners may play lacrosse at UCSB. The program offers beginner practices and has an open try-out process. Experience is certainly welcome but it is not required. The ability to commit to being on the team and incorporate this great team sport into your personal college experience is all that's required. Basketball, field hockey, soccer, softball, track and volleyball are among the different athletic backgrounds that help on a lacrosse field.
Sticks will be available for beginners who would like to give it a try. Fill out the Player Info Form on this website to get on the list to receive more information. Team leadership will get a copy of your information from the form.
Check out our website for more info: http://www.ucsbwlax.com