The most important order of business as I work with the Lincoln Lacrosse Board Of Directors, is to project who is planning to play this Spring. Please start by sending an email confirming your interest at email@example.com. Potential numbers impact both budgets and dues as well as team structures.
If we have enough players, we will run two teams at the High School level. Please understand that the Lincoln High School Varsity team is a competitive program. There are no automatic advancements to Varsity. While playing time is important, it is earned through practice – both attendance and performance.
I am truly excited to be a part of one of Oregon's top programs and communities. Lincoln has a rich tradition and culture that I am humbled to be a part of. How I live and how I coach comes to one simple statement: Something to Prove. Every moment is to be earned. Regardless if you're a starter, last man on the depth chart or on special teams, you must keep this mind set and always strive to get better. Playing time is dependent on many variables. Showing up to practice is not enough. If a teammate misses practice, that allows you another chance to make yourself stand out. We’re going after every rep and every ball with something to prove. You’re proving to yourself that you’ve earned that time that you put into yourself and the team. The more skills you can provide the team to make us all successful, will show us your commitment as a player and to the team.
My goal as a coach is to use lacrosse as a tool to not just win games and championships, but to make you better men. The coaches and I will treat you like one, until we’re given a reason not to. If there are any disagreements during the season, on and off the field, practice or games, we will take care of them in-house. The coaches will have an open door policy for anything, so that we can help facilitate and create solutions. At the end of the day, we are one team, working together towards success.
We have the environment and the tools set in place to create a successful and winning season. Together as a program, it is our job as coaches, players, families, and the rest of the community, to create the culture that can build the program back to where we expect it to be. Let’s have some fun.
Coach Adrian Macalalad
Players for High School Lincoln Lacrosse Team must provide their own helmet for practice and games. Helmets must match the color and style configuration of Lincoln Lacrosse Club. This standard is a white helmet with red chrome facemask. The Cascade brand “R”, “S”, or "XRS" are the preferred models.
Thank you to all our sponsors of Lincoln Lacrosse Club