The mission of Wilmington Lacrosse is to provide an opportunity for young athletes to learn and play the game of lacrosse, and to have fun in a safe and positive environment that fosters good sportsmanship and citizenship.

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Welcome to Wilmington Wings!

Wilmington Lacrosse, located in Wilmington, Delaware, was founded in 1990.  The Wings Program has grown from twenty-four seventh and eighth grade boys to over 400 girls and boys in grades 1 through eight. The spring season runs from late February through early June. Teams are organized by: age, grade, experience and skill.

The mission of Wilmington Lacrosse is to provide an opportunity for young athletes to learn and play the game of lacrosse, and to have fun in a safe and positive environment that fosters good sportsmanship and citizenship.

 

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!  LOOKING FORWARD TO A GREAT 2018 SEASON!


by Dawn Williams posted 11/01/2017

Past Wings players took the spring season by storm! We have never had so many players with such high honors.

WAY TO GO WINGS ALUMNI!

All Americans                                                                    
Mike Drake -- also Player of the Year                               
Eric Pincus
Nick Salameda
 
Academic All American
Dallas Towner
 
First Team                                                                          
Mike Drake, Eric Pincus, Brett Hobbs, River Harper, Peyton McNeil, Jim Blaskow, Will Gatti, Nick Salameda, 
 
Second Team
Taylor Witherall, Xavier Glavin, Jamie Spruance, Cole Bauer, 
 
 
Third Team
Mitch Moyer, Chad Cannon, Patrick Drake
 

by erinwalther posted 09/13/2017
Baseline Concussion Screen
   Wilmington Lacrosse recommends    
   A Base Line Concussion Screen for
all players over 10 years old.   


A.I. duPont Hospital -- 302.651.5600  (Cost $12)


 

by posted 02/08/2013
Sports Injuries Growing!!
Athletes:  Please DO NOT SPECIALIZE.  Play lots of sports through the year and your body will love you!


The following are excerpts from an article in the April 1, 2010 edition of the Wall Street Journal:  "Youth sports injuries are reaching epidemic proportions," reports Alabama orthopedic surgeon, James Andrews. Dr. Andrews treats professional athletes. The incidence of youth sports injuries is rising. Some of the increase comes from the growing number of kids who participate in sports. Another factor is the increasing number of kids who specialize in a single sport at young ages and who play year round. "They're putting more stress on their growing skeletons," says Dr. Peter Millett, a surgeon at the Steadman Clinic, Vail Colorado.

The Board of Directors of Wilmington Lacrosse echoes these concerns. We urge our athletes to play different sports throughout the year in order to avoid overuse of any muscle group. 


posted 08/21/2010
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