Women’s Lacrosse

The Women’s Lacrosse roster consists of student-athletes from grade 9-12. The objective of Hill Pride lacrosse is to develop the individual both athletically as a lacrosse player and personally as a growing and maturing student-athlete. The Hill Pride Lacrosse program follows that of top university programs by implementing 8 hours per week of on field training, a lacrosse specific strength and conditioning program, and participation in high caliber game play.

 It is our expectation that all students in The Hill Academy lacrosse program  are committed and dedicated to achieving both academically and athletically.  The ultimate goal of The Hill Pride lacrosse program is to have athletes attend  university and play lacrosse while attending university. Currently The Hill  Academy has alumni attending and playing lacrosse at Canadian universities  as well as American NCAA schools at the Division I, II, and III levels. The Hill  Academy coaching staff collaborates with the students, parents, teachers and  guidance department in order to find the best post secondary fit for every  student-athlete. From the success of Hill graduates at the next level, The Hill  Academy is quickly becoming known as the premiere development program  for lacrosse athletes in the world. Hill student-athletes have graduated to attend some of the top academic and athletic institutions in the world.

The Hill Academy attracts players that are first and foremost quality people. A Hill Academy prospective student-athlete will be examined for academic, athletic, and personal qualities, all which will be taken into consideration in the admissions process.

Women’s Lacrosse Fall in Review 2016

Women’s Lacrosse Fall Practice