The first Trident Launch program of 2021 was a great success, introducing the sport of lacrosse to South Bay and Palos Verdes Peninsula youth. With the help of StringKing, we were able to get sticks into the hands of kids that have never heard of lacrosse. Thanks to StringKing for helping to grow the game in our area. Check for seasonal updates about the next Trident Launch program in your area.
After a delay of almost seven months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Trident Lacrosse is back out on the field. Operating under new strict guidelines and protocols, Trident is running its Trident Academy program for small groups for both boys and girls in Manhattan Beach, and now also available in Palos Verdes. Additionally, Trident is debuting it new “Launch” program, an introduction to the game of lacrosse for boys and girls in grades 1-6 with an emphasis on developing proper fundamentals and building a solid foundation of lacrosse concepts.
The Trident Girls 24/25 team was the first to take the field competitively, participating in America’s Finest Rivalry, in Salt Lake City Utah. The Trident Girls had a great run, making it to the division Championship game.
With respect to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are taking our guidance from the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the California Department of Education along with the Los Angeles County Public Health and Education Departments. We want you to know that we are monitoring the situation closely which includes working with local city officials, other youth sports programs in the South Bay as well as staying up-to-date with local School Districts announcements. We will continue to monitor the situation on a daily basis and communicate adjustments as needed.
It was a successful season for both Trident Boys and Trident Girls in the 2019 LA Box Lacrosse League. Trident Boys MS made the Championship game for the fifth consecutive year. While Trident Girls MS made it an all-Trident Championship game between Trident Blue and Trident Orange. Trident Blue just edged out Orange by a goal to get the win in a hard-fought, competitive game.
Trident Lacrosse was featured on LaxRatz with a behind the scenes look at the club during the Legends Meltdown tournament. Trident Boys and Girls teams competed at the annual event in Moorpark which capped off the Summer tournament season.
In addition to enjoying a high level NCAA Women’s Lacrosse game, a team of Trident Lacrosse Middle School Girls had the opportunity to play a short exhibition scrimmage during halftime of the Division I matchup between the USC Trojans and the Cal Bears at McAlister Field. The Trident Girls were matched up against a talented Dragons squad, in a fast-paced, hard-fought game. It was an exciting opportunity to showcase what our talented Middle School girls are capable of on the field in a great setting. After the scrimmage, the Women of Troy went on to defeat Cal by a score of 19-7.
Photos courtesy of GP Sports Photo & Video
The Trident Girls Middle School (MS) tournament team finished strong defeating stiff competition from California and Washington to claim the division championship at this year’s Pacific Lacrosse Festival in San Diego.
The Trident Elementary School (ES) Girls team went undefeated to claim it’s second straight Spring Season division Championship.
The Trident Girls had the opportunity to play under the lights at OCC during halftime of the USC vs. Stony Brook game.