DETROIT - The 2021 WCLL women's intercollegiate lacrosse season is currently moving ahead because of the pandemic. The WCLL organizing board will sponsor the the annual meeting virtually Sunday, November 8, 2020 at 10 am EST on Zoom.
The league will not be gathering in Toledo this year, which has been tradition. The virtual meeting will cover all of the ground that the in-person meeting would have accomplished. Any new teams coming into the league will still be required to submit a proposal for entry and make a virtual presentation at 9:00 am November 8, 2020 before the board Sunday morning of the annual meeting and more details will be coming soon. Teams looking to join the WCLL in 2021 should contact Kim Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment time. Zoom contact for the meeting is listed below. Please know this has been updated.
Meeting ID: 981 5584 6236
Welcome to the Women's Collegiate Lacrosse League (WCLL), an intercollegiate club lacrosse organization, divided into two divisions, that represents 48 universities and colleges that stretch a geographic region from as far east as New York and west to Missouri and from the Canadian border to Kentucky. The WCLL, the largest club league in the continental United States, is beginning our 27th year of competition and we look forward to serving the many student-athletes in our conference. In the WCLL's long tenure, we have experienced the growth of womens' club lacrosse, whether watching a university club program transform into an NCAA scholarship opportunity or just witnessing a smaller club team enjoy the fruits of friendship, while competing in a shared experience. The WCLL's historical landscape is scattered with a number of successes and we're hopeful the trend will continue in 2020. We believe in our mission and fully support US Lacrosse and all that they represent.
WCLL DIVISION I CHAMPS - University of Pittsburgh women's lacrosse is the 2019 WCLL Division I champs defeating the University of Michigan.
WCLL DIVISION II CHAMPS - Grand Valley State University women's lacrosse is the 2019 WCLL Division II champs defeating Oakland University.