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Girls Rippers

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Lacrosse Northwest Rippers is the elite girls travel lacrosse program in Oregon and Washington. We offer year-round practice and training, attend competitive tournaments nationally, and strive to prepare our players for the next level. We have contributed to the growth and development of girls lacrosse in Oregon for over 15 years and are excited to continue to elevate the game.

Our Mission is Clear
Lacrosse Northwest strives to provide a community of teams where the directors and coaches develop players that are dedicated to becoming well-rounded student athletes. We coach each player based on their individual ability, strengths, and weaknesses and aim to develop overall lacrosse knowledge and skill. 

We value our coaches’ expertise and encourage collaboration, creativity, teamwork, respect, honesty, and continued education. Lacrosse Northwest is committed to providing a dependable, affordable, and competitive environment to our players.  We will continue to grow our reputation as a top program in Oregon and provide the tools necessary for players to advance to the collegiate level. 

We are a Unified Team
“The more time we spend off the field together, the better the team plays on the field”
~Lacrosse Northwest
If what we are doing is preparing our girls for the next level, traveling together is certainly a first step. Our girls gain the experience of traveling with their coaches and staying with their teams through chaperoned trips. 


Our club aims to maximize exposure for each athlete. Since 2008, our players have elevated their game and continued on to compete at all levels of college lacrosse (DI, DII, DIII, and Club). To see where our Rippers have committed,
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Directors and Coaches
Our staff is comprised of former and current NCAA collegiate and high school coaches, former DI, DII, and DIII players, and current student-athletes from San Diego State, Dominican, George Fox, and Colorado State University Pueblo.