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FINAL SCORE: 9-6 vs. Jackson
GOLDEN BEARS' SEVENTH STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
(2002, 2004, 2005, 2008, 2013, 2015, 2016)
CONGRATULATIONS to the 2016 UA Girls' Lacrosse Team and Head Coach Wendy Pinta, who were victorious over Jackson High School 9-6 on Saturday, June 4!
      
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR LADY BEARS LACROSSE CAMPS

Welcome to the LADY BEARS LACROSSE CAMPS! We are committed to providing a strong, sound, and fun lacrosse experience based on the fundamentals and mechanics of the women’s game. Our camp will focus on drills that build and strengthen players at all levels. There will be a strong emphasis on stick work, offense and defense concepts, and team drills to help elevate the player’s game.

Due to field space and staffing, each camp will have a maximum number of players, so please register early!

  
ABOUT UA GIRLS' LACROSSE

Welcome to the home of the Upper Arlington High School Girls' Lacrosse Team.

The Upper Arlington High School Girls' Lacrosse Program began in 1983 under the sponsorship of UAHS faculty member and Coach Pete Corey. Tom Stout then led the Bears for five seasons. In 1992, Wendy Pinta took the helm of the UA Girls' Lacrosse program for the next fifteen years and led them to three state championship titles. In 2008, Lynda McCandlish, a UAHS and Northwestern University graduate, assumed the head coach position. In her first and only season as head coach at Upper Arlington, Coach McCandlish won the state championship. Lynda McCandlish also made Ohio history by winning the state championship as both a UA player (2002) and as a head coach (2008). From 2009-2011, Kim Rocheleau headed the Golden Bears, taking them to the state finals in each of her three years as head coach.

In 2012, the Golden Bears saw two of its former coaches return to lead the team. Head Coach Wendy Pinta (1991-2007) returned from a 4-year hiatus to coach youth lacrosse at Hastings Middle School and Associate Head Coach Sue Stimmel (1989-90) returned after a 23-year leave to coach collegiate lacrosse at Denison and The Ohio State University. In their first season as head coaches they returned the Bears to the state finals. In their second year (2013), they led the squad to their first state championship in five years. They again garnered championships in 2015 and 2016. For the 2017 season, they return in hopes to lead the Bears to another state bid!

In 1993, Upper Arlington player Ashley Burkart was the first-ever UAHS girl's lacrosse player to be named All-American. Since then, 26 other UAHS players have earned All-American distinctions, and many others have been honored with All-Ohio and All-League awards.

   
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