PO Box 60613
Palo Alto, CA 94306
888 - 599 - 5096
Program Director, Tomahawks South and Fall Ball, Camps and Clinics
Executive Director, Tomahawks North and Select Teams
The Tomahawks Youth Lacrosse Club sponsors 20 boys' and girls' lacrosse teams for over 400 players, ranging from 1st grade through 8th grade. Founded in 1990, our players come from Palo Alto, Los Altos, Mountain View, Sunnyvale, Portola Valley, Woodside, and throughout the South Bay and MidPeninsula.
The Tomahawks Youth Lacrosse Club is a year round program, offering league play, summer camps, fall ball, and instructional clinics thoughout the year. We also work with Team NorCal, a regional All Star team that travels to regional and national tournaments. The Tomahawks are a 501c3 Non Profit corporation based in Palo Alto, California and not affiliated with any city or school district.
We are one of the oldest, largest and most storied of the 50 club teams in Northern California, ranging from Redding to Monterey, and from San Francisco to Sacramento, which play youth lacrosse under the auspices of the Northern California Junior Lacrosse Association (www.ncjla.org). We have a long history of excellence, having won more district, regional, and state championships than any Club in the South Bay. For more about the club please visit our About the Club page.
2002 California State High School Club Varsity Boys Champions
2002-5 Northern California Club Varsity Boys Champions
2009 Northern California Club Junior Varsity Boys Champions
2010 Tomahawks helped found Palo Alto HS, Gunn HS, Los Altos HS, St Francis HS, and many other CCS sponsored High School programs
1991-2 Rorke Denver, Midfield Los Altos High School/Syracuse
1998 Jurjen Westra, Midfield Palo Alto High School/UCSD
2002 Jared Hyatt, Midfield Crystal Springs HS/Dartmouth
2003 Jeff Eckenhoff, Midfield Mountain View HS/UColorado
2005 Colin Mason, Attack St Francis HS/Cal Poly
2006 Bobby Enquist, Attack St Francis HS/U San Diego
2007 Zack Ciesinski, Goalie Gunn High School/Stanford
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