The Rocky Mountain Lady RoughRiders (LRR) are the Premier Tier II Girl's Hockey Program in Colorado.
All of the Lady RoughRider teams will train and skate out of the blue Sport Stable, a state-of-the-art facility with 2 NHL Size Ice Rinks, 1 Skill-Pad Ice Rink, Turf Fields, Basketball/Volleyball courts, and Impact Sports Fitness.
All Girl Teams
Boulder Hockey Club offers all-girl teams at the 10U(tournament or all season) 12AA, 14AA, 16AA, and 19AA levels, under Lady RoughRiders.
LRR teams provide female athletes the opportunity to compete in an environment geared for female hockey players while providing competition against top talent from around the country. The A teams play in the CRHL (Colorado Recreational Hockey League) or the CGHL (Colorado Girls Hockey League)and the AA teams play in the WGHL (Western Girls Hockey League).
The LRR program has an established history of individual growth, player development, and advancing players to Team Colorado AAA teams, NCAA Div III, Div I, and ACHA college hockey programs.
In 2021, Director Chris Lockrem led the 16UAA Lady RoughRiders to a USA Hockey National Championship! In 2022 they won the Bronze Medal and in 2023 several Lady RoughRider girls led Team Colorado's Tier II team to a Silver medal! The program has a long history of State, District, and USA Hockey National tournament success.
LRR Team Details
Lady RoughRider teams at 12AA, 14AA, 16AA, and 19AA compete in the Western Girl's Hockey League (WGHL) which features teams from all across the Western United States. In addition, LRR teams have the opportunity to compete on local (Western Girl's Silver Stick, Boulder Breakout) and National stages (Showcases and Tournaments).
All of our LRR teams will have the option to have unlimited access to Impact Sports Fitness. Players will have off-ice training requirements with instructor-led classes including Strength, Jumping/Landing Mechanics, M.A.P.S., Boxing, Yoga, CrossFit, H.I.T.T., Speed/Agility, and Mobility/Recovery.
LRR Teams are all led by a Professional Head Coach, with cross-over coaching from Boulder's High-Performance Model coaches. A typical schedule for our LRR Teams will consist of 3 weekday practices (team practice, director skill session, and Skill Pad), 1 coach-led off-ice training session, and weekend practices (based on game schedules).
More Information / Questions
Questions related to the Lady RoughRider program may be directed to Chris Lockrem at (email@example.com)