FALL 2023 PROGRAM DETAILS
Lacrosse introduction program for boys & girls ages 3-8. No experience necessary.
6 week program teaching the fundamentals of lacrosse; cradling, proper grip, scooping, shooting, intro to passing/catching & defensive work.
Curriculum follows early learning guidelines, physical development recommendations & US Lacrosse criteria.
All kids receive a Warrior Warp mini lacrosse stick with registration. No other equipment necessary.
Fee- $260 (residents) $270 (non-residents).
Shadowbend Soccer Field
4995 Lake Woodlands Dr Spring, TX 77382
SATURDAYS 8/19, 8/26, 9/2, 9/9, 9/16, 9/23
o 9-9:40am 3-4 year group
o 9:50-10:30am 5-6 year group
o 10:40-11:20AM 7-8 year group
Rob Fleming Park
6464 Creekside Forest Dr, The Woodlands, TX 77389
SUNDAYS 8/20, 8/27, 9/3, 9/10, 9/17, 9/24
o 12-12:40pm 3-4 year group
o 12:50-1:30pm 5-6 year group
o 1:40-1:20pm 7-8 year group
BROUGHT TO YOU BY
Andris Dikmanis - Hofstra University (NCAA DI)
19 Yrs Lacrosse Coaching Experience Youth-NCAA
15 Yrs Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach (NSCA)
Andris has been coaching athletes of all ages since 2002 and is entering his twelfth year living in the Houston metropolitan area. Andris was the head coach of The Woodlands High School Boys Varsity Division II program 2015-2022. He currently serves as Director of Strength and Conditioning at The John Cooper School in the Woodlands. Andris has over 10 years teaching experience in physical education and wellness as an instructor at Presbyterian School of Houston where he has also served as the middle school boy's lacrosse coach. In addition to coaching at the high school and youth levels, Andris was the head coach for the University of Houston men's lacrosse program from 2014-17. While in graduate school, he was a graduate assistant coach for the men's lacrosse program at the University of Vermont. Andris grew up and attended college on Long Island, NY . During his undergraduate studies at Hofstra University he was a member of the national ranked Hofstra University men's lacrosse program, which was perennially ranked as a top 10 NCAA Division I team in the country. Additionally, Andris has played at the international level co-captaining the Latvian national team during the 2006 World Lacrosse Championships in London, Ontario. He was awarded the Warrior Team MVP for Team Latvia. He currently resides in the Woodlands area.