If you’re looking for a challenge, you’ve come to the right place!
Lacrosse is the fastest growing high school sport in the U.S. and TVHS is fully on-board! Participation in Girls’ Lacrosse at Temecula Valley offers student athletes an intense level of competition, while placing a high level of importance on academics and honoring the values of the game.
TVHS Girls Lacrosse is dedicated to providing exemplary instruction through the collaborative efforts of staff, students, parents/families and community in order to develop physically, mentally, and morally fit athletes.
We finished our seventh season in 2017, and sixth season with a Varsity program. As a young program, we excelled by having our Varsity team make it to the Southern Section Post Season Tournament for three years in a row, 2013 to 2015. We concluded our 2017 season as the Southwestern Division Champs – a real testament to the ability of our players. We had a great year at both the Varsity and Junior Varsity (JV) levels of competition. We continue to build on the great successes of the past six seasons by fielding very competitive teams that can rival the best of Orange County and San Diego. With the athleticism of our players, and the great support of our parents and the community, we will continue to be a very successful program on and off the field!
Developing student-athletes of character who serve as positive members of our community!
History of the Game
The history of the game merges with the history of our own community. Lacrosse has its roots in the tribal game played by Native Americans. With that in mind, our Program adopted local Native American language to use in our Program’s motto. In the Luiseno language of local tribes the area known today as Temecula was once referred to as “Temeeku”. Furthermore, the Luiseno translation of our Golden Bear mascot is “Hun Wit”. Hence, in honor of our local Native American culture and the game's heritage, our motto is “Temeeku Hun Wit”. This serves as our team's battle cry during practice and games.