2016 Spring Registration
We will be hold registration for our 2016 spring season on Tuesday, October 27th and Wednesday, October 28th from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. at the Cranberry Township Municipal Building for all ages from Pre-K through High School. We will send out more information regarding the registration process, fees, and other details as we get closer to this registration period. Please check out our Registration page for more information.
2015 Youth/MS Fall Lacrosse
We are currently seeking registrations for our youth & middle school Fall Ball program. We will alter our program slightly from past years and will introduce an element of “box lacrosse” into our training for returning players. Box Lacrosse is a quicker version of field lacrosse and helps develop better lacrosse players. Box players will be able to enhance some areas of their game such as footwork, stick skills, awareness, and off ball movement. Playing in closer spaces means your stick skills have to be tighter and quicker. Your stick handling improves because there is no room for error, quite literally. For any child interested in learning how to play the exciting sport of lacrosse, we also offer an Introduction to Lacrosse program which is open to all ages.

More information can be found on the registration form here. We are excited to offer these programs, and hope you will join us! We look forward to working with and developing the future stars of the program! If you have any questions email: adam.aalexander@lhh.com.
13th Annual Pumpkin Classic
Our 13th annual fall tournament, the Pumpkin Classic, will be held at the Seneca Valley Senior High School campus on Sunday, October 18th. Any teams interested in participating, please contact Adam Alexander at adam.alexander@lhh.com. For Seneca high school players interested in participating, more information can be found on the information form here as well as a registration form here.
Code Of Conduct
Attention all Seneca Valley Lacrosse players, coaches, families and spectators! As a reminder, we wanted to provide this Code of Conduct that everyone is accountable for during home and away lacrosse games, as well as practices. This has been reviewed by Cranberry Township Parks and Rec., and it is consistent with the US Lacrosse Policy provided through our association's membership. Please take a moment to review, as it is pretty straight forward.

Thank you, and enjoy the rest of the season. Go Raiders!

Code of Conduct