We currently oversee 10 teams for 3rd-12th grade boys and girls, from Southern Dallas and beyond. Our season lasts 14-weeks and we provide competition, team-building and structured lacrosse development. We also oversee various enrichment activities through the season.
Summer is an opportunity to introduce new student-athletes and organizations to the sport of lacrosse, as well as introduce them to the Bridge family. Our summer programs includes camps and clinics, summer league play and overnight travel experiences that help broaden the horizons for our youth.
Our fall is a developmental and growth season for all student-athletes. We oversee a traditional fall season and an afterschool program for select partners. Everyone has an opportunity to develop and further their skills in preparation for the competitive spring season, while we reinforce our values.
During the winter break, we focus on specific needs and opportunities for our student-athletes. We take opportunities to reinforce our culture with strength & conditioning sessions, box lacrosse, and alumni and alumnae games.
"I went in looking to learn the lacrosse game and left the season after falling in love with the Bridge family. The student athletes, coaches, and parents were such a joy to be around. Grateful to have had such a wonderful experience learning to love lacrosse and the family."
Byron | Coach
"Before I joined Bridge, I had been known to be shy, quiet, and kept more to myself. My mom is the one who insisted I play a sport. Rangel offered lacrosse. At the time, I was a little scared and nervous. Or, as my little sister says, I was nervouscited—nervous and excited. I had never heard of this game before, I didn’t know the rules, or how to play. On the first practice, I was even more nervous because I didn’t see anyone I knew. But by end of the first practice, I had already made friends that I’m still close to today. Everyone was so welcoming. I instantly felt comfortable. I felt like I’d be okay."
Kristen | Student-Athlete
"Qaadir never wants to miss a practice, even if it’s the off-season practices. Often times, he talks about how the coaches teach different techniques, and he tries to carry his stick everywhere we go. I’ve even seen him trying to teach it to other young children in the community. He says he has to practice, so he can help the team win. I know beyond a shadow of a doubt, that these characteristics will carry over into his classes at school as well as his future."
Renee | Parent