Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club Teams for Youth of Jackson, Wyoming.

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While summer is a slower season for the Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club, there are still opportunities to work on one’s skills and enjoy some friendly competition as well. Here is what’s going on this summer:


Camps and Clinics

Rhino Summer Camp. Aug. 1 – 4. Boys and girls 3rd grade through 12th grade. https://rhinolacrosse.siplay.com/site. Rhino Lacrosse, in conjunction with JHLC, is back for their 2nd annual Jackson Hole summer skills camp. Last year was a great experience for all who attended, and this year looks to be even better. The camp is directed by John Galloway, universally recognized as one of the best goalies of all-time (two-time NCAA champ at Syracuse University, two-time winner of the Ensign C. Markland Kelly, Jr. Award as the nation’s top goalie, MLL All-0Star, 2014 US National Team member, current Assistant Coach at Providence College)

Lax Masters. July 19 – 21. HS Boys. http://camperregsecure.com/lacrossemasters. Run by University of Pennsylvania Head Coach Mike Murphy. Not affiliated with Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club. There will be 14 players per graduation year (2018-2021). (3 attack, 5 mid, 3 close D, 1 LSM, 1 goalie, 1 FOGO). Only 28 will be on the field at any one time.


Games and Practices

  • Adult and HS Girls pick-up games on Tuesdays at Jackson Elementary School field from 5:30 – 7:30 (starting June 29)
  • Adult and HS Boys pick-up games on Wednesdays at Jackson Hole Middle School from 5:30 – 7:30 (starting June 29)
  • Boys U11 informal practices. Weekly time and place TBD – stay tuned. For more information, contact Coach Mike Morrison at .


Private Instruction

We also have qualified cache interested in providing individualized, private and/or small group lessons to anyone who wants to improve their skills in a more personalized and customized environment.  Below is a list of these coaches (in alphabetical order) and their contact information:

Patrick Campbell. Asst. U15 Boys coach, spring 2016. . Patrick writes, “I can train any position - specializing in offense/attack - but I can also do close D, face offs, and goalies.”

William Lowe. Head U9 Boys coach, spring 2016. . William Writes, “I focus on fundamentals stick work, and mechanics for all ages.”

Scott Smith. Asst. HS Boys coach, spring 2016. . Scott writes, “I will work to improve stick skills (passing, shooting, ball handling) and dodging ability, as well as LACROSSE IQ.”

Please contact these coaches directly as you will be making arrangements directly with them and not through Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club.

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Jackson Hole Lacrosse Intro


Welcome to the Jackson Hole Lacrosse Club (JHLC) website. JHLC is the organization that runs the youth lacrosse programs for girls and boys in the greater Teton area. This includes girls and boys High School programs as well. The youth league and high school programs are offered in the Spring. We also offer outdoor Fall Ball lacrosse for our youth players in September and October, as well as summer camps and developmental clinics throughout the year.

JHLC holds its annual JH Mountain Roundup Lacrosse tournament each year in mid-May, bringing together teams from around the region for what is generally recognized as one of the best run and most fun tournaments of the spring season. If you are interested in participating in our Mountain Roundup, please contact our Executive Director.



The Executive Director of JHLC is Gary Trauner. He reports to the Board of Directors. You can find contact information for Gary and the Board at the “JHLC Board/Staff” Tab on the left.

You can also find more information about the Club, Club policies and lacrosse under the Tabs on the left side of the Home Page.

JHLC is also on Facebook:



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Spring Age Grouping Quick Reference Table

Age Bracket

U15 – Born between 9/1/2000 and 8/31/2002

U13 – Born between 9/1/2002 and 8/31/2004

U11 – Born between 9/1/2004 and 8/31/2006

U9 –Born between 9/1/06 and 9/14/08 (no Kindergartners)

NOTE: Age group references used in this section are in common usage but should not be understood literally. The U15 (read: "Under 15") grouping means that, if a player is 14 years old on the cutoff date, he may participate in U15 competition as a 15-year old.