News and Announcements
Samurai is the first and longest standing select lacrosse program serving the Missouri area. Our organization has over 14+ years of experience helping to shape some of the best players to come out of this area since 2006 including Terry Ellis, 1st Pro Player, Andy Boyd NCAA DI Army Captain, Mike Grosz Team Isreal and countless others. Most importantly, we have helped 100’s of players develop their game and achieve their goals whether that is to play Varsity High School, become an All-American, play College Lacrosse or become a Coach. We have accomplished this through a clear path and proven methodology that is exectued by the top coaches in the area at the best facilities. We spare no expense to ensure your son or daughter gets started with the right foundation and guidance to help fuel the fire to GROW, to LEARN, to SUCCEED, and to LEAD! Saint Louis Samurai Lacrosse – We will make you better
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Start with a FREE open house this winter. Continue in our 3 week stick and ball program to learn quickly how to use your stick. Then move into either our Little Sumo’s Program (ages 6-10) or Academy Program (11-14). We will help you develop your foundational skills and understanding for the technical game to shape you into a top player in the area and in our select program. Contact us with questions at email@example.com or register to start your journey!
Check out our WINTER PROGRAMS tab for more information about our indoor winter programs. We are offering begginer, intermediate and select level programming for players that want to either start playing, advance their skills or simply have fun away from the computers!!!
We are offering a FREE Open House, a 3 week Stick and Ball program, Little Sumo’s (6-10 years old), Academy Training (11-14 years old), Girls Select (7th-12th grade) and Boys Box Select teams (7th-12th grade) this winter.
All our winter programs will follow County guidelines. We will issue credits or refunds for programming that can’t be executed due to any changes with County guidelines around Covid-19. You can read more about the safety precautions we are taking along with our facility partners at Vetta Sports.
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Dear Current and Future Samurai Families,
After Sam Page’s announcements last night, we have been working closely with the St. Louis County Board of Health to ensure that we are following all protocols for youth sports.
We are happy to report that the safety policies and procedures that we have implemented and followed since May 2020 are still in line with the St. Louis County Youth Sports Operating Guidelines. Therefore, we will continue to host and run all current AND future programming as scheduled.
Don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns. As a top priority, we are committed to ensuring the safety of every player in our program. We are continuing to collaborate with St. Louis County Parks and Recreations along with monitoring the recommendations from the State of Missouri. Over the last 14 years of operations, the St. Louis Samurai organization has built a reputation of providing a superior programming experience for our members. We have accomplished this by focusing first on the safety and development of our athletes. We invest in a professional staff and state-of-the-art facility and will continue to ensure all necessary investments are put in place to ensure the safety of our athletes.
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Here is a quick highlight video of our very own Terry Ellis (Denver University) and Trevor Baptiste running a fun clinic in St. Louis that served over 80+ athletes. Check it out and while you are here learn more about our winter programs for boys, girls and new players!
In addition to our partnership with Vetta, we have also partnered exclusively with the Jewish Community Center to power the best lacrosse youth programs in St. Louis from ages K-8th grade. We offer a learn to play beginner level program to help your son or daughter start playing fun and competitive lacrosse that focuses on teaching proper fundamentals.