• 2018 Tournaments

    2 point arc and shot clock added for Santa Cruz Beach Classic!


    Sponsored by Gaamer

    The Santa Cruz Beach Classic is located on the UC Santa Cruz Campus overlooking the beautiful Pacific Coast right next to the beach boardwalk. We want to make this an annual destination for lacrosse players/families to end there summers playing high level lacrosse while enjoying all the amazing things Santa Cruz has to offer. We'll also have side 3x3 competitions, food trucks, and a vendor village to entertain you in between games.


    The SCBC 7v7 Tournament is a also unique opportunity for club programs to hold tryouts, within the event, for the upcoming Fall Season! Simply place tryout participants on a team(s) and evaluate their performance throughout the tournament as they play against other teams. This event also offers youth organizations an opportunity to play one last time in the summer season.





    August 11th, 2018

    All games will be played on Saturday the 11th




    UC Santa Cruz Soccer Complex

    1156 High St

    Santa Cruz, CA 95064




    Boys & Girls All Divisions

    2029-2028 (1st, 2nd grade): U-8

    2027-2026 (3rd, 4th grade): U-10

    2024/2025 (5th, 6th grade): U-12

    2023/2022 ( 7th, 8th grade): U-14

    JV High School (9th, 10th grade)

    Varsity High School (11th, 12th grade)




    This will be a 7vs7 (2 attack, 2 midfield, 2 defense, 1 goalie) game

    12-14 players recommended per team

    2 point arc added and shot clock for u12 - Varsity

    Games have two 20 minute halves

    US Lacrosse Certified Official manages each game

    Each team is scheduled 4 games

    Top 2 teams compete in CHAMPIONSHIP!




    Boys and Girls Divisions: $900 before 4/29/2018 ($1000 after 4/29/2018)



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