Tennessee Girls Lacrosse Club
Providing the highest level of lacrosse competition and experience for girls in Tennessee at the high school and middle school levels.

(615) 974-1977



  • How much does participation in the club cost? 

For the season, the annual dues per player is $1,000.  The annual dues covers at least 25 practices (if not more), gear, field rental and coaches’ fees. IWLCA Recruits is an additional $125 for those who are interested in using the recruiting platform.  Additional costs which are not covered in the annual fee includes tournaments, transportation, hotel and meal costs. Dues may be paid by cash, check or Venmo. (@Megan-Clark-142).  Checks payable to TNLAX

  • When and where are practices held?

Practices are generally held on Sunday afternoons except in the summer we will move to week day practices since we will be attending tournaments on the weekends. We typically practice two Sundays a month from February through December. Practices are usually held at Harpeth Hall. 

  • When and where are tournaments? 

Tournaments are scheduled throughout the summer and fall.  Some of the tournaments are in Georgia, Chicago, Maryland, Florida, Delaware and Virginia.  Most tournaments require travel and an overnight stay.  To obtain a current tournament schedule, check out our calendar.  

  • When does the season start?

Practices will begin in February.  There are tournaments in June, July, November and December. 

  • Will each player have sufficient playing time to showcase her skills?

We do our best to make sure we give players equal playing time at tournaments.  In some cases, there have been enough players to take two teams.  

  • What is the level of commitment required?

Each player and a parent must acknowledge the expectations that each player will attend practices, tournaments and team functions.  If a player is unable to make any of these commitments, she needs to notify the coaches.  

  • What assistance with the college recruitment process does the club provide to the individual player and her family?

Coaches assist players in a variety of ways, including responding to and contacting college coaches on behalf of players, completing recruiting forms, etc. and acting as a guide through the recruiting process.  Coaches are available to answer any questions the player or parent may have regarding the recruiting process.  We are partnered with Sports Recruits to help athletes with one of the best recruiting platforms in the nation. 

  • What if I am not interesting in competing at the college level, is TNLAX still for me?
         YES!  This program will not only help those who want to play at the college level, but it 
          will also give players an opportunity to improve their game on the high school level. 
  • Do I need a US Lacrosse Membership?  Yes the majority of the tournaments we attend require each player to have a US Lacrosse Membership.  Click HERE to join.