Lacrosse was one of the first sports to be introduced for girls at Haileybury. From modest beginings and competing in the Small Schools League, our girls have now gone on to compete successfully with other schools and colleges in the National Schools Lacrosse Championships.
Lacrosse is on the rise at Haileybury; giving girls a very high profile at the College and in competition.
The athleticism, skills and finesse which the sport develops helps the girls gain valuable endurance and social interaction skills to help them elsewhere in their lives and in their future careers.
At Haileybury, the increasing popularity of lacrosse means that we now have a team representing each age group from U12 to U19.
Most importantly, from modest beginnings we have grown significantly and now are a regular fixture in the National Schools Championship.
As part of our commitment to the sport, each year Haileybury brings coaches over from USA, through the English Lacrosse Association (the ELA).
For girls seeking an energising and rewarding sport, lacrosse offers enormous potential and the possibility to represent Haileybury at the highest level.
Lauren Welch will be our Lacrosse Professional from September 2016.
The sport is one of the few at Haileybury played over both the winter and spring terms, with a variety of fixtures all the way from Oakham in Rutland to King’s Canterbury.
Our home fixtures are hosted on our three lacrosse pitches where we also hold regular triangular fixtures. We also have the facilities to train and practise for indoor lacrosse.
To learn more about our forthcoming lacrosse matches or about recent results, please click the link below.
You can find out more about our Sports Scholarships using the link below.