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Mission Lacrosse Club Fall 2017 - Aug 1, 2017

  Quinland Hunt 

Mission Lacrosse Club is offering two fall tournaments to high school girls in the classes of 2018/19 & 2020/21. Mission Blue and Mission Orange teams will play in the Santa Barbara Showdown and in the Bay Area Bonanza. Practices are on Sundays 1:00 to 3:00pm, starting September 10th. Personal fitness training will be assigned for all six weeks of preparation for the first tournament. Mission Lacrosse Club is owned and operated by 805 Lacrosse Project. The club accepts players from all of the 805 area code, including but not limited to Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties.  

Mission Blue (2018/19):

  • October 14 - 15:  Santa Barbara Showdown
  • November 4 - 5:  Bay Area Bonanza

Mission Orange (2020/21):

  • October 14 - 15:  Santa Barbara Showdown
  • November 4 - 5:  Bay Area Bonanza

The club dues include all practices, practice clothing and tournament entry fees. For new players there's a one-time $85 uniform fee.

Membership Fees:

  • $450 early bird registration (Before Septemer 1st)
  • $500 regular registration (After September 1st)
  • $85 uniform fee if you need a uniform. 

Up to 20 players will be accepted for each team on a first come, first serve sign-up basis.

Practices:

  • Sundays, 1:00 to 3:00pm, starting September 10th.

Registration:

New users will need to create an account. Returning users may log in and update their account.

Winter Season:

Additional opportunities to play will come during the winter season and may include Sandstorm January 13 - 14, 2018 and Santa Barbara Winter Showdown February 10 - 11, 2018. 

 

Battle Of Los Angeles - Jun 8, 2017

   Batte of LA
   

Mission Lacrosse Club will be in San Pedro Saturday and Sunday for their first tournament of the summer at the Battle of LA. The club of young players ranging from 7th through 11th grade will test the waters in games for the first time together. The weekend starts on Friday for a travel day that includes College Visits on the way from Santa Barbara to Los Angeles. Players in the club will visit Cal State Channel Islands, Pepperdine and Loyola Marymount. Lunch in Malibu en route is part of the travel day.

Friday:

  • Visit Cal State Channel Islands, Pepperdine & Loyola Marymount.
  • 7:00pm team dinner together.

Saturday:

  • 11:00am vs.Victory Select.
  • 1:00pm vs. Team Scream.
  • 6:00pm team dinner together.

Sunday:

  • 11:00am vs.Victory Select.
  • 1:00pm vs. Team Scream.

All games are on field 3, clickable access below.

This division in the tournament has three teams so the schedule is a double round robin with the same three teams involved in all of it. Tournaments in Southern California have been experiencing fewer and fewer entries this summer season. Mission players, however, are happy to be able to play!

 

College Tour Schedule - Jun 1, 2017

Mission Lacrosse Club players will have the opportunity to visit three campuses on their way to play in the Battle of LA Tournament.  Here is the itinerary. Times are approximate once we get rolling.

Friday, June 9th

10:00am - Depart Santa Barbara.

11:30am - Visit Cal State Channel Islands.

12:30pm - Lunch in the north end of Malibu at Neptune's Net (County Line Beach).

  1:30pm - Visit Pepperdine University.

  4:00pm - Visit Loyola Marymount University.

  6:00pm - Check into Doubletree by Hilton, San Pedro.

  7:00pm - Team dinner at the hotel. 

Cal State Channel Islands    
Cal State Channel Islands    
     
Pepperdine University    
Pepperdine University    
     
Loyola Marymount University    
Loyola Marymount University    

 

 

Mission LAX Training Cycle Week Four - May 29, 2017

Runner On TrackMission Lacrosse club players here's our week four fitness training. The program changes now from what we were doing, which was a mix of long runs some days and 100 yard sprints the other days. We are now entering a stretch of interval runs.

We are most certainly looking for an increase in the intensity of your workouts. Intervals have a heart rate increase phase and a recover phase. It can get quite technical but keep it simple by going up-tempo and intense for a period of time and then recover for an equal period of time. An example would be during your workout you run 80% for a minute and then drop down to 40% for a minute.  Repeat. 

Keeping in mind the first cycle was Week Zero, before we started team practices together, here is our fifth cycle. 

Fitness Training Fifth Cycle:

  • Tuesday (5/30) - Warmup, dynamic stretching, 22 minute interval run. You choose the type. Could be one minute at speed and one minute recovery for 22 minutes. Could be pick out a light pole or a distant street corner and run hard to it, then pick out the next target light pole and recovery run at 40% effort to that one, repeat for 22 minutes. Follow with eight 30 second front plank sessions or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Thursday (6/1) - Warmup, dynamic stretching, 22 minute interval run. Choose your type again, as you wish, but increase the intensity of your short burst interval phase. Keeping it simple, run faster, and raise your heart rate more than last time. Short recovery, repeat for 22 minutes. Follow with eight 30 second side plank series, alternating sides, or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Saturday (6/3) - Warmup, dynamic stretching, 22 minute interval run. Again increase the intensity of your fast pace phase. Run faster during the fast pace phase. Push yourself past comfort level. Short recovery, repeat for 22 minutes. Follow with eight 30 second front plank sessions or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Sunday (5/28) - Rest day.

Team practices continue on Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4:00 to 5:30pm at Foothill Elementary School. Keep up your efforts everyone.  We are making goood progress!

 

Mission LAX Training Cycle Week Three - May 22, 2017

Mission Lacrosse club players here's our week three fitness training. Length of long run and number of 100 yard sprints now starts to decrease as we look for higher tempo and increased intensity from you during workouts. Keeping in mind the first cycle was Week Zero, before we started team practices together, here is our fourth cycle. 

Fitness Training Fourth Cycle:

  • Tuesday (5/23) - Warmup, stretch, run twelve repeat 100 yard sprints with a one minute recovery period between each sprint. Follow with eight 30 second side plank series, alternating sides, or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Thursday (5/25) - Warmup, dynamic stretching and a 35 minute training run. Follow with eight 30 second front plank sessions or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Saturday (5/27) - Warmup, stretch, run twelve repeat 100 yard sprints with a one minute recovery period between each sprint. Follow with eight 30 second side plank series, alternating sides, or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Sunday (5/28) - Rest day.

Team practices continue on Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4:00 to 5:30pm at Foothill Elementary School. Keep up your efforts everyone.  You are doing great!

 

Mission LAX Practices At Foothill - May 20, 2017

Mission Lacrosse Club practices are at Foothill Elementary until further notice.

Foothill Elementary
711 Ribera Drive
Santa Barbara, CA 93111

Practices are Monday, Wednessday & Friday 4:00 to 5:30pm.  This is the location for practices until an announcement otherwise.

 

Mission LAX Training Cycle Week Two - May 15, 2017

Mission Lacrosse club players here's our week two fitness training. Length of long run and number of 100 yard sprints increases for the last time before we change up our type of training. Keeping in mind the first cycle was Week Zero, before we started team practices together, here is our third cycle. 

Fitness Training Third Cycle:

  • Tuesday (5/16) - Warmup, dynamic stretching and a 40 minute training run. Follow with eight 30 second front plank sessions or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Thursday (5/18) - Warmup, stretch, run fourteen repeat 100 yard sprints with a one minute recovery period between each sprint. Follow with eight 30 second side plank series, alternating sides, or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Saturday (5/20) - Warmup, dynamic stretching and a 40 minute training run. Follow with eight 30 second front plank sessions or equivalent abdominal core exercises.  Finish with a warm down stretching session.
  • Sunday (5/21) - Rest day.

Team practices continue on Monday, Wednesday, Friday 4:00 to 5:30pm at Foothill Elementary School. Keep up your efforts everyone.  You are doing great!

 

 

Upcoming Events
Mission Blue
Santa Barbara Showdown
Saturday, Oct 14th
All Day
Carpinteria, CA
Mission Orange
Santa Barbara Showdown
Saturday, Oct 14th
All Day
Carpinteria, CA

 

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