Tribe Lacrosse is a recreational and club lacrosse program for boys and girls in the eastern Los Angeles, San Gabriel and San Fernando Valley. We are growing the game of lacrosse through H3 - honor hustle and humility.
Tribe Lacrosse needs good coaches. If you are someone who likes to be involved, loves the game of lacrosse or just wants to learn more and has an interest in helping coach; Tribe Lacrosse is an all volunteer coaching staff and we are always looking for new coaches to help.
We have coaches new to the game, as well as those with playing experience. We offer training resources and mentoring programs to develop new coaches. Come out, help us spread the love of lacrosse to all kids in Pasadena and the surrounding areas. Help us build the program and prepare our players for High School and beyond.
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if you are interested in joining our coaching team and would like more information.
There is no cost to register as a coach - Coaches must re-register on an annual basis!
Coaching Certification is required of all coaches.
The minimum requirements that must be completed by January 31 are as follows:
US Lacrosse Membership - Reimbursement available*, integrated into the Coaches Registration program.
NCSI Background screen - Paid for by Tribe Lax, integrated into the Coaches Registration program.
Coaches Code of Conduct agreement - Integrated into the Coaches Registration program.
NOTE: Certificate of completion for 1. USL CEP Level1 and 2. PCA Double-Goal coach courses must be emailed to the PLC to be kept on file. You can send certificates to
All coaches who participate in practice and on the sidelines during games MUST be registered in the Tribe Lacrosse system, MUST pass a background check run through the National Center for Safety Initiatives (paid for by the Tribe Lacrosse) and be approved by the Tribe Lacrosse Board of Directors.
*Reimbursement available upon submission of receipts to Treasurer