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Heros Lacrosse

Will I be contacted if the dates, times or locations of tryouts change?

Registration details will be posted on this site only. The dates, times and locations of tryouts, as well as directions to the sites, are available on the News page of this site. Any changes regarding the dates, times and locations of tryouts will be posted on the Hero's website. HTLC recommends that registrants check the website periodically before tryouts to determine if the tryout details have changed.

How do I register to try out?

HTLC accepts on-line registrations only. Go to the 'Register' page of this site to register.  There is a $20 fee associated with registration for the 2025-2030 age groups.  This fee covers field space, equipment, and a tryout pinny for each player to keep.  There is a $10 fee associated with the 2023-2024 age groups.  Club fees will be collected once the teams are selected.

How are tryouts conducted?

Tryouts are held on an annual basis.  Currently tryouts are being held in the month of July.  This allows us to settle our rosters in time to register for the fall and summer tournaments and allows the players to have the spring time to focus on their high school team. Among the factors on which players are evaluated are speed, athletic ability, strength, stick skills and scrimmage play. All girls who attend tryouts will be notified of the results shortly after tryouts are complete. Decisions of the coaches is final. If you are ill or injured at the time of tryouts, please contact the coach for your prospective team. Email links for all head coaches are on the Contacts page of this site.

Is anyone eligible to tryout?

Players must compete within their assigned year of graduation once a team is formed.  No players are permitted to play up after the first age group.  For example, this year on the 2029 team, 2030 players are eligible for tryouts.  The club anticipates keeping 3-5 2030 players on this team.

How successful has the program been?

We have consistently placed girls at the college level that best fits their goals and abilities.  Below are some of our most recent high school graduates and a list of where they are going to play at the next level. 

2019 college commitments:

Shaylan Ahearn - University of Maryland

Courtney Baehr - Davidson University

Savannah Beaver - Arizona State University

Erin Cooke - Davidson University

Avery Dyer - San Diego State University

Jenny Giampalmo - Yale University

Marissa Lagera - Monmouth University

Lucy Loazer - Furman University

Claire Meininger - American University

Emily Nalls - University of North Carolina

Olivia O’Leary - Jacksonville University

Aiden Peduzz i- University of Maryland

Kayla Rieu - Vanderbilt University

Katie Thompson - University of North Carolina

Gabby Turano - College of William and Mary

Riley Evans - St. Joseph’s University

Mallory Jubb - St. Joseph’s University

Mia Mackenzie - Kennesaw State University

Abbey Behn - Kennesaw State University

Sarah Cipolla - College of William and Mary

Annie Jubb - San Diego State University 

Jamie Tsao - Bucknell University

Emma Eustace - High Point University

Georgia Ryan - University of Charleston

Camryn Levin- Elon

Erin Carmody- St. Marys (MD)

Olivia LePage - Towson State University

Kellan McAleer- Salisbury University

Are players required to play in all of the tournaments?

Every player is expected to do their best to attend every tournament, but we understand that sometimes there are extenuating circumstances.  Fees are not adjusted for missed tournaments.

 

How is the money collected from the players used?

Your player’s fee covers the event registrations and any referee’s fees, practice fields, indoor time, and camp, plus the player’s share of club insurance

When and Where do you hold practices? 

Practice locations vary based on the make up of the team.  Most practices and events are held in the western part of Howard County.  Practice days are determined by each teams coaching staff and is based on field availability and team availability. 

 

What are the fees to play for Hero’s? 

Fees are set by each teams schedule.  The older teams play in more events, so their fees are higher.  We work very hard to keep costs down as much as possible.  The cost ranges from $400 (developmental team) to $2,200 for a full year, including our team camp.

 

How many players are on a team? 

We keep between 18-24 players on a roster.  This number varies based on the age of the teams, the amount of talent that comes to tryouts, and the number of teams fielded in the age group.