REBEL Philosophy: 

Establish goals. Be yourself. Work hard. 

Ask questions. Make mistakes. Surprise yourself. 

Get back up, and do it again.

About REBEL Lacrosse

REBEL Lacrosse is the top girls lacrosse travel team within the Las Vegas Valley. It was established in 2014 to provide a safe and positive environment for high school and middle school female lacrosse players to develop into stronger, faster, smarter athletes on the field and genuine, accountable, trustworthy young women off the field.

REBEL Lacrosse is for female lacrosse players who want to elevate their game outside of the short spring season. It’s for girls ages 10-18 who want to expand their lacrosse horizons with: 

– Dedicated post-collegiate coaches
– Elite competition at out-of-state tournaments
– College recruitment mentorship
– Strength & conditioning  

Click on our TESTIMONIALS tab above to see what current and past players and parents are saying about Coach Jack and REBEL Lacrosse.  


Our Mission

True growth comes through commitment. REBEL Lacrosse is fully committed to providing all REBEL players with continual support through positive lacrosse and life coaching. We are committed to:  

– Personal player development (on & off the field)
– Teaching & implementing progressive lacrosse skills/strategy in this ever-evolving sport
– Competing against the best to become the best 


Dedicated Coaching Staff

Experienced Lacrosse Coaches – REBEL Coaches live and breathe women’s lacrosse. They have played women’s lacrosse at the highest levels and they know what it takes to succeed. No second-hand knowledge. No part-time dedication. Player development is the main focus and they have the tools to get the job done:

– 20+ years of playing experience Division 1 college, international & elite high school teams
– 10 years of coaching experience  National elite travel, high school & middle school teams 


Strength & Conditioning

A strength and conditioning program specific to female lacrosse players is integrated into each season. REBEL is dedicated to keeping your body strong, healthy, and on the playing field – not sidelined because of poor training practices. 

The REBEL Strength & Conditioning Coach has over 7 years of experience training and working with athletes of all levels. A corrective exercise specialist is also on staff for additional workout consultation, rehab, or physical therapy for anyone with injuries. 


College Recruitment

It takes more than a good stick to get onto a college team these days. Competition is fierce, but there are ways to successfully navigate the college recruitment process. REBEL Staff has:  


– 7+ years of collegiate recruitment process experience
– Training under one of the nation’s top lacrosse recruiting programs
– Resources and collegiate contacts at every level across the US
– First-hand success signing high school lacrosse players  


REBEL Season Breakdown

Lacrosse is a team sport and it takes more than a handful of practices to be at your best by tournament time. For this reason, REBEL coaches and players commit to the following:  


– 6-7 week seasons
– 10 practices
– Out-of-practice stick skill practice, conditioning, and film
– 3 tournaments (minimum of 2 recruiting tournaments)
– SOLO trips 




Support doesn’t stop at the final whistle of the last tournament. Once you’ve become a member of the REBEL family, you will forever have access to Coach Jack for training, recruitment, mentoring, etc.  



For more information or questions, please contact:  

Heather Jack, REBEL Lacrosse Director 

REBEL Lacrosse / U19 Travel Teams / REBEL Black

REBEL Lacrosse will field two (2) high school teams for the Summer 2017 season. Teams and tournament breakdowns are below:
2018/2019 grad years
*REBEL University (Mesquite, NV): 5/26 – 5/28 
America’s Finest Rivalry (Del Mar, CA): 6/16 – 6/18
**Lax at the Lake (South Lake Tahoe, CA): 6/23 – 6/25
Midwest Cup (Rockford, IL): 7/7 – 7/9
GREY :: 
2020/2021 grad years
*REBEL University (Mesquite, NV): 5/26 – 5/28 
America’s Finest Rivalry (Del Mar, CA): 6/16 – 6/18
Lax at the Lake (South Lake Tahoe, CA): 6/23 – 6/25
*SOLO trip — girls only
**Optional tournament. SOLO option available. 

Practices begin Saturday, May 20, 2017!

PLAYER ASSESSMENT: May 13, 10am – 12pm

REBEL Lacrosse / U13 Travel Teams / REBEL Red

RED :: 
2022/2023/2024 grad years
America’s Finest Rivalry (Del Mar, CA): 6/16 – 6/18
Lax at the Lake (South Lake Tahoe, CA): 6/23 – 6/25

Practices begin Saturday, May 20, 2017!

PLAYER ASSESSMENT: May 13, 10am – 12pm

REBELettes Lacrosse

2017 Summer Clinic Schedule

K-5 Girls Lacrosse Program
  • 8:30 am – 10:00 am
  • Pebble Park
Cost per session:
  • $25/player
  • June 3 & 4
  • July 15 & 22
  • August 19 & 26

*Attending all session is NOT mandatory to register

Coach Jack has 7+ years collegiate recruiting experience. She has assisted with and mentored 100s of girls through today’s difficult collegiate recruiting process. If you are interested in college recruitment, or if you don’t know yet, but would like to speak with Coach Jack to learn more contact her via email at

Coaching With Rebel

REBEL Lacrosse is always looking for new coaches to join the family. If you are a post-collegiate lacrosse player living in Las Vegas and interested in coaching with REBEL Lacrosse, send a headshot and your resume to REBEL Lacrosse Director, Heather Jack (

Rebel Director

Heather Jack | 

Biography | Coach Heather Jack has been living and breathing lacrosse for over 15 years. Originally introduced to the sport in Maryland at the ripe age of 6, she has played and coached her way across the US and abroad. She has built teams from the ground up, competed at the highest collegiate levels, coached with some of the game’s greatest, and now turns her attention to breathing new life into Las Vegas valley lacrosse with the U-19 Rebel Lacrosse team.

Jack graduated from Las Vegas’ own Palo Verde High School with Varsity letters in lacrosse and five other sports. The next stop was University of Nevada, Reno where Jack founded the first women’s lacrosse club team in Fall 2007. Not long after, Jack accepted an invitation to attend California State University, Fresno where she was a definitive member of the inaugural varsity D-1 lacrosse program. During her three years as a Bulldog she served as a co-captain, achieved all-time leading scorer status (2009), received MPSF All-Conference honors, and earned a reputation as a defensive mid-field workhorse that kept the team progressing forward.

After graduating from Fresno State with a BSBA in Communications, she focused her attention towards coaching and mentoring female high-school lacrosse players. She
has been coaching elite travel teams with XTEAM since 2009, leading her girls to competitions in California, Arizona, Washington, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and more. Jack’s dedication to providing her girls with the best training, competition, and team experiences is just as much her passion as it is her job.

Since launching in the fall of 2014, REBEL Lacrosse has competed in 12 tournaments, ten of which were out-of-state and eight were known collegiate recruiting tournaments. Tournament exposure, along with Jack’s 8+ years of professional networking, recruitment experience and mentoring, has assisted in the successful recruitment and collegiate preparation for a number of REBEL upperclassmen, with more to come in the near future! Jack’s dedication to providing her girls with the best training, competition, and team experiences is just as much her passion as it is her job.

Coaching Staff

Jeff Main
REBEL Strength and Conditioning Coach

BIO | Originally from Tooele Utah, where he was a three sport Varsity athlete in Football, Basketball and Track. Main was selected as All-Region his Junior and Senior years, and All-State his Senior year as Linebacker in Football. Main was recruited to Snow JC as a Tight End and was selected to 2nd team All-WSFL his Sophomore year. He then I transferred to Idaho State, where he was a two year starter for the Bengals. 

After his Senior season at ISU, he began his professional playing career with the Utah Rattles of the NIFL (National Indoor Football League/AFL) where he lead the team in total tackles, solo tackles and was selected to the All-Star team in his first season. Over the next seven years, Main would play for the Utah Warriors and the Wyoming Cavalry of the AIFA (American indoor football association), compete in 4 league championships games, lead his teams in tackles in 4 out of 5 seasons, lead the entire league in tackles and be selected 3 different times as an All-Star to the All-AIFA Team. 
After retiring in 2008, Main moved to Las Vegas and began his career as a Personal Trainer/Strength and Conditioning Coach. Main is certified through the National Academy Of Sports Medicine as a Certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist. He trains many high school, college, and professional athletes, and has developed Strength and Conditioning programs that have helped hundreds of athletes increase all aspects of their athletic ability in their particular sport.

Brittany Tucker

BIO | Originally from Las Vegas, Coach Britt started playing lacrosse as a sophomore at Bonanza HS where she was a two-time state champion and played for Team Vegas her senior year. After graduating from Bonanza in 2009 she went on to play NCAA DII lacrosse at Mercyhurst University in Erie, PA for 4 years while majoring in Athletic Training. While at Mercyhurst she played midfield and helped the Lakers get to the PSAC tournament all 4 years with their best finish being runner up her Junior year.  After graduating from Mercyhurst in 2013 she moved to Rochester, NY where she began working and getting involved in coaching lacrosse. In 2014 Coach Britt moved back to Las Vegas and began coaching for Palo Verde HS. In 2016 Coach Britt joined REBEL coaching staff and is excited to continue learning and developing Las Vegas lacrosse!

  Jessica Cook
REBEL High School Coach

BIO | Cook attended Arbor View HS in Las Vegas, but played for Centennial. Cook is currently a Sophomore at Colorado Mesa University where she plays midfield on the Division II women’s lacrosse team. Cook has been playing lacrosse from 7 years now and has helped coach a number of clinics at CMU, as well as our very own local Northside Middle School lacrosse team for two years. Last season Cook was named All-RMAC Second Team, and was also name to the All-RMAC preseason team for the current 2016 season. Cook is majoring in Sport Management and minoring in Business.

Angie Saladino
REBEL High School Coach

BIO | Originally from Virginia, Angie was a multi-sport athlete at The Collegiate School, where she lettered in Lacrosse, Volleyball and Basketball. Her decorated high school career include the Coaches Award (’13), second in State (’14), 5-0 winning record as interim Goalie (21 saves), and MVP Defender (’15). Angie played for Geronmino Elite club/travel team out of Richmond, VA. She was named to the Mid-Atlantic National Team in 2014 and was recruited to play Division I Lacrosse at California State University, Fresno. As a freshman Bulldog, Angie has already appeared in eight games and started in one. Angie plays both Attack and Defense for Fresno.

Taylor della Rocca
REBEL Middle School Director

BIO | Tayler started playing lacrosse in Las Vegas when she was 11, and played her high school career for the Lady Cougars. She was named Captain her Junior and Senior years and was also a two-time, All-State selection. As a Junior, Della Rocca accepted the Head Coach position for the Bob Miller middle school girls lacrosse program that was struggling at the time. Four years later, Bob Miller is in the running to compete for the Championship in May as a direct result of her coaching and mentoring. 

Della Rocca decided to go back to her roots for the 2016 high school season as a member of Coach Jack’s coaching staff for the Lady Cougars. Tayler was named the JV head coach and stepped in as the Varsity interim head coach while Jack was out on maternity leave. Tayler has led the Lady Cougars JV team to an undefeated season and is hoping to bring home the Championship in May as well. The Lady Cougars Varsity team is also in the running to compete for the State-Championship in May.

Garth Bailey
REBEL Goalie Coach

BIO | Originally from Denver Colorado where he was a three sport Varsity Athlete Wrestling, Swimming and Lacrosse.  Garth played Goal for his entire lacrosse career.  He currently coaches boys Lacrosse with the Rough Riders where his team went undefeated for the 2016 season and girls Lacrosse for the Somerset Warriors where his team as a first year program was a playoff contender . He is a US Lacrosse Level 2 Certified Girls Coach and a Level 1 Certified coach fr the boys game. Garth also serves on the SNLA Board where his focus is on growing the sport of Lacrosse.  Garth served in the US Navy where he continued to play and introduce new players to the sport of Lacrosse.


Rebel Media Outlets

Rebel Lacrosse Club Official Instagram & Twitter – @RebeLax702

Rebel Lacrosse Club Official Facebook – @VegasRebeLax


Encore Media Outlets

Encore Lacrosse Facebook Page
– This where new tournament photos will be posted!

Encore Lacrosse Instagram
– Encore’s Official Instagram – @EncoreBrandLacrosse

Past and Present REBELove

“Having three children playing two different sports at the club level all over the country provided us a healthy insight into the challenges a parent encounters when choosing where, who, and how much to invest in club sports.  As a reference point, all 3 of our children already play or are committed to play DI sports in college.  Our oldest daughter, who currently plays NCAA DI Lacrosse, played for Coach Jack for both club and high school for over 5 years.  Coach Jack balances several of the very key attributes you want in a coach.  She played the game at the next level, she is passionate, she is vested in your daughter, she learned world class coaching skills from and with some of the best in the country.  We also loved that she balances being firm while challenging your child while not being over the top.  If you are deciding on whether or not to have your daughter play club lacrosse, say “Yes!” Club lacrosse is a great community. If you are evaluating REBEL and Coach Jack against the competition, the answer is “YES” for us… and that is after making the journey with her once already.”

-Trevor Neumann, father of Lauren Neumann, Midfielder, St. Mary’s College (CA), Newport Beach, CA

“Our daughter is in her 6th year of playing lacrosse in Southern Nevada. Last year she began playing for REBEL Lacrosse under head coach, Heather Jack. I cannot say enough good things about Coach Jack and the entire REBEL coaching staff. The mentoring and training that our daughter has experienced are first class. She has learned skills and techniques that we previously had to send her off to expensive camps in other states to be exposed to. 

The coaching she is getting with the REBEL has raised her game play to a level that she is now being scouted by college coaches who are showing a very serious interest in her. As a former Division I women’s lacrosse player, Coach Jack has gone through the recruiting process and has the know-how to guide us through it. Her vast experience, integrity, and approach to teamwork and personal responsibility are what set her apart. 

Coach Jack inspires and motivates each girl on the team to work hard to become exceptional athletes as well as women with strong character. Our daughter’s dream is to play lacrosse in college. Under the guidance of the REBEL coaching staff and the exposure of competing as a REBEL at some of the biggest tournaments on the West Coast, our daughter will achieve that dream.” 

-Tony and Christine Maraccini, parents of Gianna Maraccini, Attack, Centennial HS ’18, Las Vegas, NV

“Jack is the best coach I have ever been coached by. Not only did she bring my game up to the next level, helping me get recruited to play at a top Division I school, but she was a role model to me as well. She was able to connect to me better than any other adult and is still a mentor to me today. She was able to break down aspects of the game that made sense to me individually, and pushed me to reach a potential I didn’t know existed within me. She has always encouraged me to take risks as a player and a person. Any program or girl would be luck to be coached and inspired by Jack.”

– Jasmine Docal, Midfield/Defense, Northwestern University ’18, Evanston, IL

“As the mother of a girl’s lacrosse player in Las Vegas, I feel extremely lucky to have found REBEL Lacrosse and Coach Jack.

My daughter was initially thinking of playing for another team.  Coach Jack spent an hour on the phone with me and my daughter to talk through my daughter’s background, her personal and academic goals, and what we were doing to achieve those goals. After that conversation, I knew that Rebel was the right choice for us.  I haven’t regretted that decision for a single moment since.

Coach Jack brings incredible experience to Rebel and the girls she coaches.  Lacrosse in Las Vegas is still relatively new.  I have not found a single person within our girl’s community that possesses the skill and knowledge of the game, as well as contacts outside of Las Vegas, as Coach Jack.

Since joining the team, Coach Jack has coached my daughter not only as an athlete, but as a young woman who will soon be an adult.  She had guided us through the recruiting experience, and my daughter is now being actively recruited by coaches from across the nation. 

Coach Jack demands the best from her players.  In return, she gives her best right back to them.  REBEL is an experience that cannot be duplicated in Las Vegas.”

– Geri Martin, mother of Megan Martin, Goalie, Liberty HS ’17, Las Vegas, NV

“REBEL lacrosse was easily the best club experience I have ever had. During my time with REBEL, the skills, fitness, and leadership techniques I learned allowed me to grow into the player I am today. The coaching staff was unbelievably helpful and supportive. REBEL made playing lacrosse extremely competitive, yet so much fun! REBEL is the ultimate club for any player ready to play at the next level.”

– Dacia Persky, Attack, Wellesely College ’20, Boston, MA