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Girls Lacrosse


2021 CIF Runner-Up

Vista Murrieta Girls Lacrosse Remind text accounts

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Tryout Results


Girls Lacrosse Roster after tryouts:

The roster at the "Roster" link above is the list of athletes that made the girls lacrosse program roster for the spring 2023 season. Click the "Roster" link to see the list of athletes in alphabetical order by last name. The separation of Varsity and JV rosters will come at a later date after future evaluations during practice.


A parent meeting will be held October 18 from 6:30-7:30pm in the Science Lecture Hall at Vista Murrieta. An email has been sent with the info.


Athletic Physical Requirement: all athletes on the roster will need to complete their athletic physical here ATHLETIC PHYSICAL asap. You will not be allowed to do any type of team activities after school until you have completed your athletic clearance and the athletic director has given you a full clearance. See or email Coach Jarrett if you have any questions.


6th Period Girls Lacrosse PE class:

Coach Jarrett would like as many girls as possible to join the 6th period lacrosse PE class. During the PE class we spend half the period working on lacrosse skills and half the period in the weight room with our strength and conditioning coach. This class is crucial to the development of our lacrosse program and each individual players knowledge of the game and overall athletic ability. If you have a desire to play varsity lacrosse or start on the JV team, you should be in the 6th period PE class. See Coach Jarrett to get the schedule change done immediately.


Loaner equipment: Coach Jarrett has a limited amount of beginner sticks and goggles that can be checked out and borrowed for the season. They are fist come, first serve and will need to be returned at the end of the season. Come see Coach Jarrett in room SS16 to check out a stick and/or goggles. If you plan to purchase your own stick and/or goggles, please contact Coach Jarrett prior to purchase to make sure you purchase the proper, legal type of stick and goggles. There are certain requirements for girls lacrosse sticks and goggles. All game uniforms will be provided when the season starts in the spring.


Bronco Girls Lacrosse "Keys to Success"

TEAM: Everyone pulling in the same direction with a primary focus on ALWAYS doing what is best for the TEAM.


Play Catch: The ball moves faster than the feet. If we consistently move the ball quickly and maintain possession, we will find success. Be confident in your ability, always looking to make a pass that leads to a quality shot on goal.


The Draw: Obviously, this falls on our midis to win draw possession. Midis need to be aggressive on the whistle, box out opponents, work as a unit, and move the ball quickly downfield. Stats show that if a team dominates the draw, they dominate possession……...and win.


Quality Shots on Goal: The ability of a team to consistently put QUALITY shots on goal is directly linked to the number of goals they score. Don’t give away possession with weak or bad shots.


DRIVE TO THE GOAL: When given a lane to the goal, TAKE IT, even if it means you won’t get a shot off. Drive, draw, and dump. Drive to the goal, draw the defender, and dump to the open girl.


Turnover Margin: Turnover margin directly relates to goals scored by each team. The more positive our turnover margin, the more scoring opportunities we have. Create turnovers in all aspects of the game.


Team Defense: A solid wall of defense is essential to success. All defensive players are key to the overall strategy and must execute as a single, seamless unit. Defend the center of the 8, force all offensive movement outside to the alley. Don’t overcommit positionally.


Movement: We must be moving off ball. Always make your opponent work hard.


Speed: We must be running full speed ALL the time. Conditioning is a premium.


Head Coach Jeremy Jarrett

Parents and Players,

My name is Jeremy Jarrett and I am the Head Girls Lacrosse Coach at Vista Murrieta. If you have questions, concerns, suggestions, would like to volunteer at any time, or just want to send me a message, my best point of contact is my school email as I check it numerous times throughout the day. I try to run the program like a family, where every athlete is an important part of the entire program and plays a crucial role. Also, parents play a key role in their student-athlete's development. I look forward to meeting all of you and building a strong relationship that will allow us to move the program to the next level, and hopefully become one of the more dominant programs in the valley.

I am very excited about the future of the program and coaching the amazing group of young ladies that have begun to transform the Bronco Girls Lacrosse program. I am confident in their desire and work ethic, which will prove to be the most important attributes. Our focus is on fundamental skills developed through workouts this year. If you have questions about training and skill improvement that can be done from home or while on vacation, please feel free to ask. We’re also going to have a lot of fun playing this great game. It is meant to be a blast, and it will be!

Coach Jarrett