Players should attend the primary tryout date and only attend the makeup date if they are unable to attend the first date. You will be asked which date you are attending when you complete the registration.
More detailed club and tryout info can be found on the registration page HERE
All player evaluations are being held at Weaver Road turf field #26. 2880 Weaver RD, Lancaster, PA 17601
Tryouts are one hour thirty minutes long.
Fall Tournament schedules are posted on team pages HERE
Phillylacrosse has announced their 2018 All Central / Northeast PA team. Story and complete team HERE.
Congrats to the following Xtreme players recognized for their outstanding play:
Player of the Year: Manheim Township junior Lucy Svetec, a Penn commit who who helped lead the Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon and District 3 AAA championships and a berth in the PIAA finals.
Coach of the Year: Mark Pinkerton, who guided Manheim Township to the District 3 Class AAA championship and into the PIAA title game.
Attack Lindsey Durkota, Hempfield, Soph. – US Lacrosse All-American, Lancaster-Lebanon League Most Valuable Attacker … Had 89 goals. Shannon Elias, Manheim Twp., Soph. – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Had 45 goals, 48 assists, 65 groundballs. Maris Large, School: Manheim Twp., Sr. – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Had 65 goals … Signed with Vermont. Julie Strobel, Wilson, Sr. – First Team Berks League … Had 70 goals, 28 assists … Helped lead the Bulldogs to a 22-2 season, Berks County title and berth in District 3 AAA finals … Signed with St. Joseph’s Hannah Stanislawczyk, Gov. Mifflin, Soph. – First Team Berks League … Had 70 goals, 11 assists, 95 draw controls and 47 caused turnovers Lindsey Strohl, Gov. Mifflin, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American … had 78 goals, 18 assists and 47 draw controls .. Committed to Moravian.
Midfielders Kendall Duffy, Wilson, Jr. – First Team Berks League … Helped lead the Bulldogs to a 22-2 season, Berks County title and berth in District 3 Class AAA finals … Had 71 goals and 24 assists … Committed to Richmond. Kyra Place, Cumberland Valley, Jr. – First Team Mid-Penn Conference … Had 98 goals, 14 assists, 153 draw controls … Committed to UConn. Lucy Svetec, School: Manheim Twp., Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals. … Had 77 goals and 32 assists … Committed to Penn. Maddie Zimmer, Hershey, Soph. – US Lacrosse All-American … Helped lead Trojans to District 3 AA title and berth in state quarterfinals … Had 75 goals and 16 assists and 177 draw controls.
Defensive Midfielders, Defenders Julianne Walker, Manheim Twp., Sr – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Attending Virginia for academics. Ashley Wenger, Manheim Twp., Sr. – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Attending James Madison for academics. Brittney Zameroski, Lampeter-Strasburg, Jr. – Lancaster-Lebanon League Most Valuable Defender … Helped lead the Pioneers to District 3 AA semifinals … Committed to Campbell.
Goalie Mary Peticca, Lampeter-Strasburg, Jr. – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League … Helped lead Pioneers to District 3 AA quarterfinals … Committed to University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
Xtreme is happy to announce that Alex Stambaugh will be the head coach for our 2023 team begining this fall! Alex is the current assistant coach at Lebanon Valley College, played D1 lacrosse at Monmouth University, and is an Xtreme 2013 and Central Dauphin East High School Alum. Alex's bio is HERE.
Alex will be assisted by Maddie Eberly. Maddie graduated from Lock Haven this spring, was a starting defender, and played in the Division 2 National Championship game in 2015. Maddie is an Xtreme 2014 and Manheim Township alum and has been coaching for Xtreme 22 and 21 teams for the past four years.
Alex and Maddie will be outstanding coaches and role models for our 2023s with the playing and coaching experience and game knowledge to prepare our players for success at the high school level and beyond!
From LVC Head coach Jackie Dando --
“Alex Stambaugh is an extremely hard working and passionate coach who has made a mark on the Lebanon Valley College Women’s Lacrosse team in just one season. She invests heavily into the team and pushes them to develop into the best players possible with the perfect blend of constructive feedback and encouragement. Coach Alex is a tremendous role model for our college players and for youth players as well. She has assisted me in all areas of the program with particular strengths in player development, practice planning, film breakdown, opponent scouting, recruiting, and social media. In 2018, her impact was felt immediately as our team finished with a 13-5 record and advanced to our first MAC Commonwealth Championship. Coach Alex specifically works with our attack unit and draw specialists. This season, freshmen Jaclyn Little tied the single game draw record with 12, and Makenzie Kelley (Xtreme 15) matched the single game goal record (2x, 9g). Under Coach Alex’s guidance, Attacker Makenzie Kelley was named to the All Conference 1st Team, as well as Attacker Veronica Venezia named Conference Rookie of the Year, and the LVC coaching staff recognized as Coaching Staff of the Year. It is rare to find such a mature and impressive young coach, and I know Coach Alex will be an outstanding addition to Xtreme Lacrosse.”
Xtreme had all 10 teams playing at The Grind tournament this past weekend facing top clubs from across the country. The Grind is one of the largest and most competitive tournaments in the Nation, averaging well over fifty teams per age bracket. Pools for each age bracket are formed based on level of play ratings. All Xtreme teams 2022 and younger and all Xtreme Red high school age teams competed in the highest rated A level pools for their age. In those games against the best of the best, Xtreme went a combined 15 - 12 - 1. Our ability to compete succesfully with the best clubs and our clear recognition as representing the top caliber of play from Central PA has made Xtreme a well known name amongst clubs nationally and with college coaches of all levels.
Both our 2025/26 and 2020 White teams won their pools and advanced to Championship games! Xtreme 25/26 has had an outstanding summer going 10 -2 -1 so far and winning one Championship at Project 120 and advancing to the Championship game in their other two tournaments! Our 2022s continued their succesful summer going 3 and 1 in an elite pool and lost a close game to Ultimate's top PA team to just miss the playoffs. They were Champions of the 2022 divsion at The Roundup earlier this summer and also were runner ups in the Mid-Atlantic Spring League. Our 2019 Red team went 3 and 1 with a one goal loss to perenial PA power PA Express Orange. Despite several key injuries, 2019 Red finished their final summer of play vs top competition with a 11 and 1 record!
Seven Xtreme teams will finish up the summer season this weekend at Best of the Beach in New Jersey and The Surge in Delaware. Tryout info for next year will be posted on our website this week. Thanks Xtremers for all your fine efforts this summer!
The Inter Collegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association recently released a video with detailed info on the college recruting process. See the link to Video below.
From the IWLCA --
The IWLCA has produce a recruiting video where we answer many of the typical questions that you may have about the recruiting experience. Head coaches from Division I, II and III schools share their thoughts and advice on the process.
The video addresses the following topics:
The IWLCA on Recruiting
Academics, Transcripts, SATs & ACTs
Transcripts, When to Send
What is the NCAA Eligibility Center
What is a Coach Looking For
Timetable for Coach Contacts
About Sending Video
Official and Unofficial Visits
Prospect Days, Exposure, Tournaments or Camps
Recruiting, Who Can and Should Help You
N.L.I., National Letter of Intent
Information on Financial Aid
Communication, How and When Coaches Can Talk
Exposure Through IWLCA Tournaments
Your Coach Packet Profile
Social Media, Do’s and Don’ts
Recruiting Process, Factors to Consider
Timeline, Division I, II & III
The New IWLCA “Debut” Events
Parents’ Role, Recruiting Process