We are not only the most experienced, well-established club lacrosse program in Southwest Ohio, but also, a tight-knit community comprised of the Cincinnati area's finest players and coaches united in the common goal of promoting, and improving the game in Southwest Ohio. Our mission focuses on helping players develop the skills they need to achieve their personal goals, both on and off the lacrosse field, while building lifelong friendships along the way. Our commitment to our players and their families is unrivaled, and our 501(c)(3) non-profit status guarantees that only our players profit. Learn more.
Cincy Royals Academy - Summer of 2015 Lacrosse for Girls Currently in Grades 6-11
The Cincy Royals are pleased to announce the 3rd year of its Royals Academy program. This program is designed to give “Rising 7th-12th grade” girls (current 6th-11th graders) an opportunity to continue to develop their skills and lacrosse IQ. The program consists of four (4) clinics led by the Cincy Royals Coaching staff in partnership with Kevo Lacrosse for game opportunities.
Open to the first 40 registrants in each age group
MS (Current 6 - 8th grade)
HS (Current 9th-11th) *see special Bonus Play offer below!
Each session will focus on specific skill development
Instruction provided by current college players, high school and middle school coaches
Each player will receive a Cincy Royals pennie
Flexibility to sign up for one or all four clinics
Opportunity to participate in the Kevo Girls League to test and practice the skills taught in our Academy (separate registration required)
*High School Bonus Play- All high school players who sign-up for all four (4) clinics will be eligible to participate in the Midwest Challenge Tournament at Voice of America Park - July 11 and 12th. This is a great opportunity for the Academy players to participate in a tournament setting without having to travel to the east coast. Tryouts will occur during the first 2 clinics in addition to the clinic instruction.
When: Week of June 17th - Week of July 22nd (Off the week of June 29th)
Middle school clinics will be held from 5:00 PM to 5:45 PM
High School clinics will be held from 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Where: Otto Armleder Park, 5057 Wooster Pike, Cincinnati 45227
$165 sessions only
$300 for sessions AND participation in the tournament** – (HS players only)
**Note: An extra session may take place the week of 7/6 to prepare for the tournament.
SESSION I: Wed, June 17th
Middle School - Stick skills/ drills you can do at home to improve your game!
High School - Dodging - creating instant offense
SESSION II: Wed, June 24th
Middle School - Offensive movement - motion offense
High School - Team Defense
SESSION III: Wed, July 15th
Middle School - Defensive Skills
High School - Shooting for Power and Accuracy, Part 1
SESSION IV – Wed, July 22nd
Middle School - Winning the Draw!...and what to do when you do win!
High School - Shooting for Power and Accuracy, Part 2
The Cincy Royals Girls 2016/2017 team and the 2018 team did very well in November at the Indy Laxtoberfest, a tournament in Indiana on Nov 2nd and 3rd. The ‘16/17’s were the Tournament Champions with an impressive record of 6-0, while the 18’s were Tournament Runners-up, finishing at 4-2 for the weekend. Despite the freezing temperatures, the coaches, parents and the players hung tough!
Congratulations to all for making us, Royals Proud!
In keeping with the Cincy Royals vision of seeing players build lifelong friendships through lacrosse, the Royals Girls had a holiday gathering just before Christmas at the Countryside YMCA. The girls played some lacrosse and shared some fun times eating and socializing. Everyone left happy except poor Coach Mackey who failed to make the team photo – wink wink!
Happy New Year to all!
Royals Spirit Wear Classics - Available Year Round!
The Cincy Royals Spiritwear Classic Collection is available year round. All orders are created on demand and will ship within days of order placement. Click the link below to be taken to the Classic Collection Store.
(Photo provided by Cincinnati Queens Lacrosse Club)
The Cincinnati Queens women's post-collegiate lacrosse team is proud to announce the success of the Third Annual One Love Playday, benefitting the One Love Foundation in memory of Yeardley Love. Hosted by the Queens at the Wyoming Recreation Center on Sunday, October 6, the event raised $3,500, more than five times the funds raised in its inaugural year.
Yeardley Love was a lacrosse player at the University of Virginia in 2010 when she became a fatal victim of relationship violence. The One Love Foundation is established in her memory for initiatives that combat domestic violence, provide equipment grants for underserved sports teams in need and assist other non-profit projects.
Despite rainy and windy weather, seven local teams from the youth, middle school, high school and post-collegiate levels competed in games. There was a great turnout of players' families and fans as well as members of the local lacrosse community. Special guests included Joddy Perry, whose daughter played with Yeardley at University of Virginia. Mrs. Perry shared Yeardley’s story and underscored the importance of spreading awareness and prevention of relationship violence. In addition, a volunteer from Women Helping Women, a local agency supporting victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, was on site to speak to the players and fans about relationship violence.
“It was amazing to see everyone come together in less than stellar conditions,” said Megan Sanders, Event Coordinator with the Cincinnati Queens. “This playday is close to our hearts and it meant a lot to share the memory of Yeardley and educate our youngest players on the perils of relationship violence.”
Support for the event is also came from the Ohio Machine Major League Lacrosse team, Laxland Sporting Goods, UC Women's Lacrosse, Women Helping Women, BeneFIT Studio, Velocity Lacrosse, Cincinnati Royals Lacrosse, Stella and Dot, the One Love Foundation and the Perry Family.
The Cincinnati Queens program was established in 2010 to provide opportunities for women to play lacrosse after college as well as to help raise the profile of the game through community interaction and events.