About Skyline Lacrosse Club
Skyline Lacrosse is one of the oldest lacrosse organizations in California, first established in 1979. At that time, competition was among high schools such as University High in San Francisco and Novato High School, UC Berkeley and Stanford, the San Francisco Men's Lacrosse Club, Hamilton AFB, and Skyline Lacrosse. In 1982, the Club became Oakland Youth Lacrosse and began offering 7th and 8th grade teams at Montera Junior High School. Skyline is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Today, Skyline Lacrosse again fields a High School team, open to students at any local school in grades 9 through 12, as well as 9 other boys' teams and 3 girls' teams for players from 2nd through 8th grade. As of 2009, Skyline Lacrosse has over 250 participants, from Oakland, Piedmont, Alameda, Berkeley, Castro Valley, and many other local cities, school districts, and independent schools. We provide informal instruction and scrimmages during the fall, and every team plays a full & competitive schedule during the spring season. We compete in the Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (NCJLA) playing teams from all around the Bay Area and Northern California.
Our club has a tradition of success, including most recently:
2019 Girls NCJLA U12A League Champions and Tournament Champions
2018 Boys NCJLA U10A League Champions and Tournament Champions
2011 Boys NCJLA U13B League Champions and Tournament Champions
2008 Boys NCJLA 7-8 League Champions and Tournament Champions
2008 Boys NCJLA 5-6 League Bronze Medal
2007 Boys NCJLA 5-6 C League Bronze Medal
2004 Girls NCJLA League Champions and Tournament Champions
2003 Boys NCJLA League Champions and Tournament Champions
2003 Girls NCJLA League Champions and Tournament Champions
The Skyline Lacrosse Club's success is based on our approach to the game: develop individual fundamental skills, emphasize teamwork in games, and have fun. Our coaching staff is very experienced, most having played at the college level, including at UC Berkeley, Amherst, the Claremont Colleges, University of Connecticut, Colorado, UC San Diego, UC Davis, and others.