The Plano Premier Lacrosse Club was formed to promote a healthy competitive youth ladies lacrosse team in North Texas area. Open to girls kindergarten through 12th grades in Plano, Little Elm, Murphy, Richardson and surrounding areas.

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We are a lacrosse club that is here to provide a fun, competitive and safe environment for girls from K-12 to play the great sport of lacrosse.  There are effectively two main levels within the program, a high school level (9-12) and youth level (K-2, 3-4. 5-6. 7-8).  The primary focus of the youth levels is to ensure that the girls have fun and develop lacrosse skills.  By the time the girls reach high school, the competition level has increased so the focus is on the competition like other high school level sports.  However, at all levels, the program tries to ensure that the girls learn/develop team spirit, good sportsmanship, and how to work as a team to accomplish common goals.  

Age Levels

All girls from kindergarden through 12th grade.  We welcome girls that have never played before but want to try lacrosse.  One of the benefits of our program is that the girls will play.  At the high school level, the playing time is a little different but we've had many cases where girls walked on in high school as first-time-ever players of lacrosse and did very well.  Entering a new sport can be a perceived problem for many players but it shouldn't be.  We try our very best to integrate new players, build their skills/confidence in the sport, and ensure that they enjoy playing.  At the youth levels, it's our number one priority.

Address Outside of Plano

Not all of the girls in the program live in Plano.  Many of the neighboring towns (Murphy, Wylie, Sachse, Garland, etc) do not have girls lacrosse programs of their own.  At the youth levels the girls can play anywhere they choose.  However, at the high school level they must play at the closest area program.  If you have further questions, on this, you can email us at

Friendships Developed

Every year at the end of season banquet where the girls share their experiences, they almost unanimously mention the importance of the friendships that they have developed through the program.  Whether it's the strengthening of friendships brought by joining the program together or the new friends that they have made during the time in the program, this is something that we are proud of as an organization.  We encourage friends to join together if they can but also know they'll develop new friends during their time with us.


With all the recent headlines in football about concussions, CTE, etc, it's a fair question to ask about the contact in lacrosse, especially if you don't know much about lacrosse or have only watched the boys game.  Girls lacrosse is different.  There is no checking.  There are specific rules that do not allow sticks around the girls head area.  It's an immediate penalty and, possibly an ejection, depending on the play.  The girls also wear protective gear (eyewear, goalie gear, etc.).  So, the girls game is very, very safe...and fun!

Recent Program Achievements

The varsity girls made it to the Texas State tournament again in 2019.  The team was seeded 7th in the state after finishing 3rd in North Texas.  The team lost the first round game to #2 seed Klein, 14-13.

The varsity girls are 2019 Texas A&M Aggieland Champions in their division (D2).  What a tournament.  The team went 5-0 (3-0 in pool play then semi-final and championship game wins).  


The girls finished 2nd in the state of Texas in 2018, falling 14-9 in the State champsionship game to Greenhill.  It was an amazing game and season for the girls and the best finish ever for the Plano team.  Congratulations girls!!!


The girls finished 2nd in North Texas in 2018 and qualified for the Texas State tournament. All State honors to Sydney Lawrence and Katie Reilly.  All Distric honors to Emily HatchCarly Presz and Sophie Fields.  Congratulations girls!!!


The varsity girls travelled to Texas A&M at College Station to play in the 2018 Aggieland tournament where they made it to the semi-finals, losing to the eventual champion.


For the 2016-2017 high school season, the team made it to the Texas DII state championships in Houston, losing in overtime in the semi-finals to the eventual DII champion, Greenhill.  Plano and the surrounding areas have a wealth of talented girls at all age levels.  Hopefully, more of them will choose to play the great game of lacrosse.