Come join the fastest growing sport in the US!!!
Our Vision is to be the foundation for the first nationally ranked high school team in Texas, we will do this by following the US Lacrosse values of inclusion, player and coach development, and fun. CFSA invites you and your family to begin your journey in the sport of lacrosse. Lacrosse is one of the few organized activities where anyone of any size or shape can become an active participant of a team sport. The goal of CFSA Lacrosse is to provide a safe and educational environment to learn America’s first sport.
Combining the worlds of soccer, basketball, and hockey, lacrosse is the fastest growing sport in TX and will quickly become your family’s favorite organized sport activity. Lacrosse is easily the best cross over sport for our football and basketball players and a great place for athletic baseball players looking for a more athletic sport. No prior experience is required.
From the moment they pick up their stick for the first time, your child will see immediate improvement. The goal of CFSA lacrosse is to learn and have fun in a safe environment. Focus will be on the fundamentals of lacrosse and begin learning the individual techniques as well as introduce team concepts. The rules are developed to insure that the focus is learning in a safe environment.
Cypress has started to become one of the hotbeds of lacrosse in Texas and CFSA is dedicated to grow the sport to even greater heights. With the addition of several high school teams, Cy-Woods, Cy-Ranch, Bridgeland and Langham Creek to the already vibrant club lacrosse programs, our goal is to develop players for our high school programs that will compete on the national level. With more opportunities growing each year to play lacrosse at the collegiate level, our hope is to be the Texas training ground for these opportunities.
Lacrosse Growth - News on the Growth of the Sport
Number of NCAA Lacrosse Teams has Doubled Since 2001
Estimated Probability of Competing in College Athletics
Nearly eight million students currently participate in high school athletics in the United States. More than 480,000 compete as NCAA athletes, and just a select few within each sport move on to compete at the professional or Olympic level.
The table shows how many high school and NCAA athletes compete in each sport along with an estimate of the percentage of high school athletes going on to compete in the NCAA.
In contrast, the likelihood of an NCAA athlete earning a college degree is significantly greater; graduation success rates are 86% in Division I, 71% in Division II and 87% in Division III.