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Girls, Are you still playing with the boys at the Pee Wee level and not ready to give it up?

You don’t have to!!!  The Princeton Tiger Lilies are committed to offering a limited travel U12 team for all girls playing at the Pee Wee level for a DVHL, NJYHL, or AYHL team in the 2014 – 2015 season. 

 

Boys hockey is good experience but there is no substitute for the camaraderie that an all-girls team can offer.  From the locker room to the carpools, bonds are formed that will last forever. The team will be entered as normal in the MAHWA and Atlantic District but will only play league games in the district (approximately 8 – 12 games, depending on # of teams) and will forgo the more intensive travel for non-league games that have been the norm for "Girls Only" teams at this level. 

 

This will allow you to keep your spot with your boys program without missing any games.  You can continue your skill development playing with your boys organization and at the same time test your skills by competing against girls, AND, the team WILL BE playoff eligible at the District level. 

 

The cost for this limited travel team is $500 and will include 20 practices, 8 - 12 league games, and Atlantic District Playoffs!  Please note:  For All U12 Players - your tryout registration fee of $100 is applied to your $500 player fee.

 

NO RELEASE OR PERMISSION IS NECESSARY TO PLAY FOR AN ALL GIRLS TEAM WHILE PLAYING FOR A BOYS TEAM.

 

For more information please email info@princetontigerlilies.org or call us at (609) 429-0114


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