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2021 Neenah Rockets Season Information
Parents and Players, 
On behalf of the Neenah Lacrosse Club I'd like to welcome you to the 2021 season. Here are a few things I'd like to bring to your attention.
1) Registration is now open on the Neenah Lacrosse website ( You are able to link to the US Lacrosse to sign up or renew your membership from our website.  US Lacrosse memberships are mandatory in order to play.  
Registered youth players who have paid fees for the 2020 season will receive a credit against their fees owed for the 2021 season. This credit will be applied on the Neenah Lacrosse website. The amount of the credit will be the 2020 youth season fees paid less the amount of the 2020 summer program fees.

Please contact the Neenah Lacrosse Club Treasurer Tom Whitmer at   if you have any questions. 

2021 season fees can be paid by credit card on the Neenah Lacrosse website, by check or Venmo. Please make checks payable to “Neenah Lacrosse Club” and mail to the address below:

Neenah Lacrosse Club
c/o Tom Whitmer
222 Whitenack Ct.
Neenah, WI 54956

The username for Venmo is “Neenah-Lacrosse-1”. This will show up as "Tom Whitmer" when using the Venmo app.  Please include your player's name in the comments section. 

2) Parents meetings for both High School and Youth Programs have been scheduled. Please make time in your schedule for this meeting.
High School, Tuesday Feb 23, 6:30pm
Topic: Neenah Lacrosse Parent/Player Meeting High School
Time: Feb 23, 2021 06:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 920 858 9736
Youth, Tues March 2nd 6:30pm
Topic: Neenah Lacrosse Parent/Player Meeting, Youth
Time: Mar 2, 2021 06:30 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 920 858 9736
3) Please consider volunteering your time during the season. Both the High School and youth programs benefit greatly from everyone's help. There are many opportunities throughout the season to participate in the success of the program.
Additionally, we are seeking a high school parent representative to participate in the monthly Bay Valley Conference meeting and report back at the monthly Neenah Lacrosse board meeting. These meetings are generally an hour of time once a month. If you are interested, please contact me and I can get you the necessary information.
4) Fundraising - we will likely not have the ability to run concessions for high school games this year, making future fundraising efforts even more valuable to the financial health of our program. I certainly realize it is easy to have "fundraising fatigue", but these drives are necessary to continue to keep our team fees among the lowest in the region. We are always open to fundraising suggestions, if you have an idea please contact a member of our booster club.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.
Eric Scheibel
Neenah Lacrosse Club

by posted 02/21/2021
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I've had a stick in my hand ever since I could remember. Grew up playing in the backyard and in youth league in Ohio. I graduated from Upper Arlington High School in 2011 after a state runner-up, championship, and MSLCA Championship (tougher to win than the OH state title) my UA teams also spent a lot of time ranked in the Top 25 national rankings.


After high school I played 4 years of D3 lacrosse at Wesley College in Dover, DE. Had a .500 record as a starting goalie in one of the toughest conferences in the country. Graduated in 4 years with a history degree. I went straight to grad school at the University of the Cumberlands (NAIA), where I was a grad assistant in the first two years of their men's lacrosse program. We had a winning record and went to the conference tournament twice and held a top 10 ranking or received votes for almost all weeks during my two seasons. I also got an inside look at the NAIA, and it's rise as a legit college option for HS athletes.


After graduating with a Master’s degree in Teaching, I came to Marian University in 2017 as a full time D3 assistant helping another start-up program. After a shaky first season, I took over as interim head coach and helped lead a national coaching search that would completely turn around the program on and off the field. I got laid off in a round of budget cuts, but my wife and I fell in love with the greater lake Winnebago area and I decided to persue my teaching career and get into high school coaching.


I have recently shifted my playing to box lacrosse for the Milwaukee muskies, playing Defense in every game this season which led to a league championship in the Great Plains Box Lacrosse League.

by posted 01/14/2021
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