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Eyekonz Girls Field Hockey and Lacrosse serves girls ages 5-19 years old. We believe that field hockey and lacrosse  is a vehicle for developing and teaching the life-long values of hard work, competitive spirit and contributing your value to a team. In a supportive and challenging environment we expect everyone on the field to respect and respond to one another. Players from K to 12th grade are able to develop as athletes and individuals, while competing in local and regional tournaments.

Eyekonz is a year round lacrosse and field hockey sports league directed by Jazmine A Smith. Eyekonz Sports is for committed players who show a passion and commitment to the game. With Coach Bianca Lewis at the helm of the program, coaches are inspired to teach the game at a very high level and more importantly to empower players by building their confidence and self-esteem by instilling leadership skills and developing strong positive character.

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Eyekonz Sports created a rights of passage program to educate, celebrate and empower  every girl  that is apart of this league. Each player will be placed on a team based upon their age ( U6-18 Teams) . A rite of passage is a ceremony of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another. It involves a significant change of status in society . There are 8 stages in Eyekonz rites of passage program, which are labeled by U6-18 Teams ( Look Below for descriptions for your child)  Each Team will have it's own curriculum that will center around it's (U Teams) name/ meaning .   After  the completion of their designated team curriculum, the young ladies of eyekonz  transition to the next age group ( U Team) were they will be welcomed  with a new curriculum. When the young ladies of Eyekonz reach to U18 team  they will partake in rites of passage ceremony dinner that will include the Eyekonz family, community and etc.  Eyekonz .  We do this to create a community of sisterhood that will last for generations.  

**Please sign your daughter up by their age group listed below**


Team Nafertia (Beautiful Creation) U6- Ages 5-6 years old

Team Amisi (Flower) U8 -  Ages 7-8 years old

Team Amisi (Flower) U10 - Ages 9-10 years old

Team Anet (She who is Beautiful) U12- Ages 11-12 years old

Team Sekhet (She who is Powerful) U14 - Ages 13-14 years old

Team Sekhet (She who is Powerful) U16- Ages 15-16 years old

Team Neferka (Royalty) U18 - Ages 17-18-19 years old

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There are no programs or divisions available at the moment. Please contact your club administrator with any questions.

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GIRLS EQUIPMENT

Each youth player shall wear the following pieces of equipment which shall be professionally manufactured and not altered:  

  • Girls lacrosse stick. Please avoid toy-like sticks (sometimes referred to as "Fiddle Sticks") that are sold for beach recreation.

  • A professionally manufactured and properly worn mouth guard which shall include an occlusal (protecting and separating the biting surfaces) and a labial (protecting the teeth and supporting structures) portion that covers the posterior teeth with adequate thickness

  • Mouth guards cannot be clear or white or have protruding tabs except for the goalkeeper.

  • Eye protection or goggles meeting the ASTM certification for women’s lacrosse (F803).

  • Close fitting gloves and soft headgear are permitted but not required; no hard helmets may be worn except by the goalie.

  • Goalie must wear a lacrosse helmet with face mask designed for lacrosse, a chin strap,and must meet the NOCSAE standard. Goalies must also wear a separate throat protector, chest protector, abdominal and pelvic protection, goalie gloves and leg paddings on the shins and thighs and a mouthpiece. All protective devices should be close fitting,padded where necessary, and not be of excessive weight.

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Covid -19 Guidelines for  Eyekonz Fall Programming 
As our community continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to return to a semblance of normalcy and initiate our  programming in a somewhat traditional style. The guidelines provided below are based on guidance from the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and US Lacrosse Return to Play Recommendations. As we work to return to normal, this new normal will likely be different than what we are used to. We must continue to combat the spread of COVID-19 to protect our stakeholders and to prevent an outbreak from occurring and setting our community back.
At Risk Individuals If you, your child, or a member of your household is part of a high risk group (has a pre-existing medical condition including chronic lung disease, moderate to severe asthma, a serious heart condition, immunodeficiencies, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, or liver disease), you should consult with your family physician before attending camp. Symptom Screening and Getting Sick
● If you are sick on the day of camp, please do not attend!
● Upon arrival, players will be required to complete a symptom screening form related to COVID-19. ○ If an individual indicates that they’re experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms or have been exposed to an individual with confirmed COVID-19 in the previous 14 days, they will not be permitted to participate.
■ If either of the above items are true, you should stay at home, contact your primary care physician, and follow CDC guidelines for quarantine and isolation.
● If a player  becomes sick with COVID-19 symptoms during their session, they will be taken off the field, evaluated by our athletic trainer, and likely be sent home for the day.
Cloth Face Coverings ● players are not required to wear cloth face coverings while participating in camp activities but are welcome to do so if they would like. ● Coaches and staff will wear cloth face coverings. ● Pursuant with the Pennsylvania mandate, parents must wear cloth face coverings if they stay to watch. Hand Hygiene and Respiratory Etiquette ● Athletes should clean their hands with hand sanitizer frequently. ○ Athletes should bring their own hand sanitizer. ○ Hand sanitizer will be available on site, but should be considered a back-up. ● Please cover any coughs or sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow. ● Spitting is prohibited Visitors, Parents, and Spectators ● If parents choose to stay and watch practice, they must maintain social distancing from one another. ○ If social distancing is not feasible, parents should wear a cloth face covering


Cloth Face Coverings ● Campers are not required to wear cloth face coverings while participating in camp activities but are welcome to do so if they would like. ● Coaches and staff will wear cloth face coverings. ● Pursuant with the Pennsylvania mandate, parents must wear cloth face coverings if they stay to watch. Hand Hygiene and Respiratory Etiquette ● Athletes should clean their hands with hand sanitizer frequently. ○ Athletes should bring their own hand sanitizer. ○ Hand sanitizer will be available on site, but should be considered a back-up. ● Please cover any coughs or sneezes with a tissue or the inside of your elbow. ● Spitting is prohibited Visitors, Parents, and Spectators ● If parents choose to stay and watch practice, they must maintain social distancing from one another. ○ If social distancing is not feasible, parents should wear a cloth face covering
● Players, parents, and staff should self-report to ESL personnel if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to an individual with a confirmed COVID19 in the previous 14 days. Social Distancing
● When feasible, campers should maintain social distancing of 6ft when not directly participating in gameplay, practice, or drills. For example: ○ When taking a break or getting a drink ○ Waiting in line for a drill ○ Listening to a drill be explained ○ Immediately before and after practice
● When feasible, coaches and staff should maintain social distance from campers.
● Unnecessary contact must be avoided - this includes high fives, fist bumps, handshakes, and hugs. 



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