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Grade 4

The C level travel teams are competitive teams for fourth graders. C level teams play as part of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Youth Lacrosse Association (SEYPLA). Players try out for positions on C level teams and are placed on teams at varying competency levels. Players playing at C levels are expected to prioritize lacrosse as their primary spring sport. 

Instruction in C level practices and house games focuses on:


  • Core lacrosse skills

  • Understanding and running plays on offense and defense

  • Sportsmanship and fair play

Basics: Games are played on a full sized field with standard lacrosse goals. There are 10 players on the field (three each attack, midfield and defense plus a goalie). Players play specialized positions. Teams are 15-18 players. 

Gear: Players wear full protective lacrosse gear (helmets, gloves, chest protectors and elbow pads). Body checks are permitted. Long poles are permitted for defense. 

Practice: C level practices take place on various weekday evenings, based on coaching availability. Players typically practice two evenings per week. 

Games: C level games are typically played on Sundays. Some Saturday games may be scheduled. Games are played against other SEYPLA teams in the region, usually within a one hour drive from Radnor.  

Coaches: Teams are coached by some paid coaches, parents and other volunteers. High school lacrosse players also assist some teams. 

Playing Time: For C level teams, playing time is earned through attending practice, working hard during practice, and training in basic lacrosse skills at home.

B Level: Welcome
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