About Lacrosse Womens
Hull University Woman’s Lacrosse team is becoming one of the strongest and developing club in the university, with Lacrosse experiencing some promising development and exposure throughout the nation. We also take part in the BUCS tournament throughout the year, where we also see an improvement in our results when comparing them to previous years. Due to the development of the club, for the first time in many years, we have two teams entered into BUCs this year, giving people even more of an opportunity to play.
We have a variety of skill levels, whether you have played at school before or have just seen Wild Child, please feel free to come along in the first few weeks of the 2019 university year and give it a go. We have 3 training sessions a week, in which we provide coaching in order to build on whatever skills you already have.
Being a member of the club is a great opportunity to meet lots of new people, keep fit, take some time off from studying, develop new or existing skills, while most importantly, have fun! We are friendly and welcoming team, so even if playing isn’t for you but you still want to be in a team, we have weekly socials which you are more than welcome to attend if you like – we also have joint socials with other AU teams. In addition to this, we have a fun filled year with exciting events including a Christmas meal, AU ball, Trophy Pres, Varsity, Old Girls weekend, non-drinking social events and the highlight of the AU calendar being our TOUR during Easter - not to be missed!
Being part of Lacrosse has honestly made my university experience even more enjoyable. Allowing us to build friends outside our houses, courses and within other teams. It really does give you a rounded university experience with some of the best memories.
As President of this club in my forth year at Hull, women's lacrosse has provided me with bonds that cannot be broken and I wouldn't have wanted to spend my time at Hull in any other team. I am a very proud member and hope to bring in new members and provide them with the experience I have had. We look forward to seeing you this September at the AU Fresher’s Fair!
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A committee is a team of people that lead, organise and publicise a group within your Students’ Union.
It can be really rewarding as well as being a great way to gain experience and invaluable skills for your future career.