“Guaranteed to open the door to Collegiate Lacrosse For The Western Player”


West Coast Starz is the premiere national club lacrosse program west of the Mississippi. Since its inception in 2006, WCS has been the #1 club in the West and has produced more NCAA players than any other club program in the country.  The club has also produced countless NCAA All Americans and a Tewaarton award winner. West Coast Starz begins in sixth grade and runs through senior year of high school. Rosters are made up of the most elite players of strong character and academic prowess who aspire to play at the collegiate level. Players join WCS by participating in a formal tryout, are recommended by local and college coaches, and are evaluated at Adrenaline events over the year by the Adrenaline Evaluation Team (AET). WCS players compete in the nation’s top summer/fall recruiting events against the best clubs in the country where they receive the ultimate collegiate exposure.

  • Top western players from 15 states
  • Limited to one team across 6 graduation years
  • Every West Coast Starz player is recruited to play in college
  • Players are granted priority  to Adrenaline’s top recruiting showcases nationally
  • Players receive the latest Adrln custom performance gear each season

Middle School Information

This past year we have steadily improved the experience for the high school aged players and will now be raising the bar at the middle school level.  Our objective going forward is to bring all of the best middle school Adrenaline affiliated club players to the most competitive events in the country throughout the year.  Our focus will be on player & personal development helping to prepare our athletes (and families) for the competitive high school level and the college recruiting process.  It is very important to us that our boys continue to evolve not only into great lacrosse players but into fine young men and build some lifetime friendships along the way.

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