Looking for information on the Summer ’15?

Click the links under the right Membership Info menu to view the Summer 2015 – High School Info, Summer 2015 – Middle School Info, and the Tournament Schedule.

The first round of Summer ’15 elite invites are slightly delayed and will be mailed Friday, December 19th. A second round will be going out late January.

Mark your calendar!!!

*If you wish to be considered for a QCS elite Black team this summer, please email directors@queencitystars.com.

Announcing the STARS Spring 2015 Season
A Premier Instructional Charlotte Middle School Spring Team

Registration will close when the roster is full

COACHES: Molly Lehman-Lewis and Caitlin O’Rourke 
Molly Lehman-Lewis: 2010 SUNY Potsdam Lacrosse Graduate, Queen City Stars Coaching Director
Coaching Assistant TBA
*Full bios can be found here

WHO: 5th – 6th Grade Laxers
*and 7th/8th graders who DO NOT have a school MS team to play for

This team welcomes 5th and 6th graders who are looking to participate on a full spring team and is open to all lacrosse players – Queen City Star membership is NOT needed. This team will compete against some Middle School teams as well as recreational teams.

SEASON: Tuesday, February 17th – Saturday, May 2nd

  • All practices and games will be held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursdays and Sundays
  • Monday, Tuesday and Thursdays will be from 6:00 – 7:30pm
  • Sundays will be from 3:00 – 5:00pm
  • All practices and home games will be held at the Rugby Athletic Center (3722 S Tryon St Charlotte)

Select HERE to complete the online registration form. Registration forms will be accepted through January 31st on a first come-first serve basis until the roster is full. The total cost for the season is $495 and encompasses all season costs including practices, games, coaching, uniform and team spirit wear item. All registration documents and $295 will be due 4 business days from submission while the remaining $200 will be due at the season start.


Congratulations to our 2015s Playing in College…

Natalie Barnett (IHS) – Presbyterian
Annie Brannon (CCHS) – Belmont Abbey
Cassie Brown (PDS) – Florida Southern
Julie Buehler (Hoggard) – Gardner Webb
Maya Ebrahimnejad (Hoggard) – U of Vermont
Anna Harbacevich (MPHS) – Wingate
Penka Heusinkveld (Ashley) – Georgetown College
Jessica Kane (LNCharter) – Lenoir Rhyne
Katie Simpson (CCHS) – Queens
Saidey Whalen (CCHS) – Central Michigan

A winter lacrosse league sponsored by QCS.snowflake_12
SCHEDULE (updated 11-24)

TEAM ROSTERS (updated 11-24)

FORMAT: 5v5 Plus Goalie, Shortened Field with 2 Cages
* Each team will be assigned a coach and will be given a 15 minute mini clinic prior to their scheduled game. MS/HS coaches are welcome with their team(s) as desired and able.

PLAYERS: Middle School and High School Girls Divisions
TEAMS: Minimum 8 players, Maximum 11 Players per Team – Find your team assignment here.

ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACT: Shannon Casey (winterball@queencitystars.com; 410-688-9651)

WHAT TO WEAR: Please dress appropriately for the weather and bring a reversible if you have one. We will be playing on grass so you may want to wear your cleats.

WHAT TO EXPECT: Arrive at least 15 minutes early. Your team will be able to access the field to warm-up 15 minutes prior to your start but not sooner. Each hour session will begin with a 15 minute clinic hosted by a QCS coach for your team. After, teams will play their games. Games will be 18-minute running halves with a 4-minute halftime.

Note: Registration for Middle and High School Teams is nearly full. There are a few select spots available. Email winterball@queencitystars.com.


Weather Cancellation Procedures

  • We will play in light to moderate rain.
  • We will not play in heavy down-pores or thunderstorms.
  • We will do our best to post any cancellations or changes to practice or a game 45 minutes prior to the scheduled start.
  • All cancellations and changes to practice or a game will be posted on the main page of the this website and on our twitter handle @QC_Stars.
  • Anyone without a smartphone can call 704.560.1859 and listen to the voicemail for updates.


“….and kudos to you for an awesome job last weekend.  Teaching our girls to be diplomatic, but assertive off the field is a valuable lesson.  Thanks for all you do!”

“… .I have been so impressed with the quality of coaches you….have recruited into the QCS program.  Great role models….It is a really difficult balance but you guys have navigated it really well. Bottom Line – we feel very fortunate to have QCS here in Charlotte.”

“PS  I have had many coaches in my life and I want to assure you that your passion, patience, and leadership are unmatched!  You are an inspiration out there.”

“Thank you for your great program and for the opportunity you’ve provided…these past couple years.  Between four kids and all their sports, we have been exposed to many different types of coaches and programs.  All have been good role models for our kids.  However, your program stands out in almost every aspect.  Your coaches are demanding yet positive, serious about their sport yet fun and fair. Also, they create an environment in which the girls are not afraid to make mistakes as they learn. This fosters much better decision-making during games and recovery from mistakes….Most importantly, in this highly competitive environment of youth sports where individual skills seem to be rewareded almost exclusively in other programs, your program also emphasizes teamwork and sportsmanship”

“I cannot thank you enough for finding….college…..She is so HAPPY!  And therefore I slept so well last night…..She has really bonded with her teammates and considers the other freshmen players her best friends.  She said that she loves taking classes she wants to take and thinks studying and being in those classes is fun.  She also said that she cannot imagine herself anywhere else….I just can’t thank you specifically for suggesting (college) and all of her coaches for preparing her for the next step….Thanks a million!!!”

“….had to do a project for school on her hero. She chose her QCS coach because they inspire her and they taught her to give 110% on the field. She went on to say how they help her if she does something wrong. She wrapped it up with how she looks up to her.”