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Lil Laxers

Lil' Laxers Program

The Little Laxers program has been designed to introduce the game of lacrosse at a young age. The goal is to build a solid foundation, increase basic skills and develop a passion for the game. To do this we have developed a program that allows young players to learn the game without having to buy equipment or make long term commitments.

The Lil' Laxers Program runs 3 seasons throughout the year, 8 sessions at a time during the Summer, Fall and Winter.

Program Overview

The Lil Laxers program is designed to be an introduction to lacrosse for younger athletes.  The program incorporates lacrosse training as well as fun games that encourage team play.

As the starting point for lacrosse athletes, the program sets a good foundation including skills, teamwork and lacrosse concepts in order to move to the next level of lacrosse play.

Lacrosse Training

  • Fundamentals training: (Passing, Catching, Ball Handling)
  • General Skill Training (Ground Balls, Shooting, Dodging)
  • Position - Specific Training
  • Hand-Eye Coordination Development
  • Lacrosse 101 (Develop Game IQ)


Dates: (8 Sessions)  FRIDAYS
JULY 12, 19, 26
AUGUST 2, 9, 16, 23
$250 (All 8 Summer Sessions / Unlimited)



 Youth BOYS (3 - 4)


 6 - 10

Skill Level:


Days / Days:



 6:00 - 7:00p


 $250 for 8 Sessions



Chris Kochajkiewicz

Chris Kochajkiewicz

Lacrosse Academy Director

Lil Laxers Program Director

Chris Kochajkiewicz ('Coach K')

Chris has had an impressive Lacrosse coaching resume in the Youth, High School, and Club circuits of Illinois. Chris has coached for several Youth Lacrosse organizations including the Palatine Penguins, Cary Grove Trojans and the Bartlett Hawks, where he currently serves as the 7th/8th grade head coach. At the High School level, Chris started his career coaching at Fremd High School in Palatine, IL from 2012-2014. During his time at Fremd, Chris coached at the freshman, JV, and Varsity level. In addition, Chris served as the Head Varsity and Program coach at Cary Grove High School from 2016-2018.