Omaha Lacrosse Club encourages, cultivates, and develops the interest in and appreciation of the sport of lacrosse for youth in Omaha, Nebraska. As Nebraska's premier youth lacrosse club, we strive to advance the growth of both boys and girls lacrosse.

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Omaha Lacrosse Club - Nebraska's Premier Youth Lacrosse Club


Omaha Lacrosse Club encourages, cultivates, and develops the interest in and appreciation of the sport of lacrosse for youth in Omaha, Nebraska.  As Nebraska's premier youth lacrosse club, we strive to advance the growth of both boys and girls lacrosse by providing quality instruction, coaching of fundamentals, skills, techniques and strategies.  We provide a safe and fun environment and emphasize the development of self-esteem, good sportsmanship, fitness, achievement, and affirmative values that team sports provide.  Our goal is to to let kids play lacrosse without sports politics or pressure; for the love of playing the game. 

Omaha Lacrosse Club Inc. EIN #45-3623370 is a 501(c)(3) corporation.  Contributions may be tax deductible.  Please consult with your tax advisor regarding tax deductibility. 

Nebraska Prime Travel Team Tryouts


As we continually try to grow and elevate lacrosse in our community we established Nebraska four years ago.  Prime is our select travel program for players who want to elevate their skills, play teams outside of the OLC, travel in the summer, and most importantly have fun.  At the older levels, we work with kids to help them get recruited to play college lacrosse.  We’ve had several kids in our program play at the D2, D3 and NAIA and club levels around the country. 

Tryouts are coming on October 8th at the UNO fields and the flyer is attached.  We encourage all kids to come out and tryout-It’s free!  You must register online for the tryouts at the link below:

We hold one tryout annually to evaluate all the best kids together.  Some of our players are not in Omaha and travel in for this annual event.  I understand that other activities may be scheduled during this tryout time and you can’t make it.  I would highly encourage you if you can change plans to do so.  We form 98% of the team from this tryout.  We leave a few spaces open and evaluate some kids in the spring. 

Information on Nebraska Prime tournaments and costs will be available on the website later this month and before tryouts.   We will have a parent informational meeting to discuss the program, tournaments and any other questions you may have at the time of tryouts. 

I hope to see you there!  

by posted 09/09/2016



US Lacrosse Announces Age Verification System

 June 22, 2016    9469 Views
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By Brian Logue

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Logan Whitton

SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse is pleased to announce that it has developed and launched a secure, encrypted online age verification system. Age verification has been developed to:

  • Help ensure player safety
  • Support competitive fairness
  • Provide a consistent experience for youth lacrosse.

US Lacrosse is working with youth leagues and events throughout the country to ensure that players are grouped appropriately to make competition safe and fair. This is a one-time process that is good for the lifetime of a player’s membership.

“Player safety and competition integrity are primary goals of a best-practice youth lacrosse experience. The best way to assure those goals are met is to group competing players by similar physical and cognitive development stages, which are most accurately and consistently determined by player age,” said US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen. “We’re fortunate to have over 300,000 US Lacrosse youth members, so establishing an age verification solution that is an additional benefit of membership will help every league, club and event in the country that supports US Lacrosse membership.”

The new US Lacrosse age verification system is secure and easy to use. Parents will submit proof of age documents through a secure online portal. Age verification uses SSL technology, the standard for transmitting sensitive information online.

by posted 06/23/2016
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