Contact Tenacity Project Girls Lacrosse Programs
The Tenacity Project Lacrosse for girls is a positive organization that teaches young girls life lessons through sports. The project offers many types of programs involving girls lacrosse. There are lacrosse club teams, community outreach programs, coach development and even college counseling. The goal of the Tenacity Project is to teach young girls how to be successful through athletic sports. These young ladies will learn how to perform under pressure, set goals for themselves, problem solving skills and how to work well with others. They facilitate and coach girls lacrosse giving them opportunities to compete nationally.
Team tryouts are held in the Bay Area, Houston, Portland and Sacramento. California girls travel lacrosse tryouts are currently taking place in San Ramon, the College of Alameda, Patelco Sports Complex and Laney College. Texas lacrosse camps take the sport very seriously. It doesn’t matter if you are a professional or have never touched a lacrosse stick. School aged girls are provided the opportunity to make lasting friendships and learn new skills or improve existing ones. The physical aspect of the sport of lacrosse is also essential. Getting outside and being active is key in keeping a sound body and mind. One type of program the Texas facility provides is the Tenacity Elite program. This gives young girls the chance to compete nationally. They will even guide you through the college recruiting process. This program is perfect for those girls that are serious about lacrosse and for those who plan to continue playing lacrosse through college.
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