Relentless Hustle Fees
2022 Summer Season
UPDATED – January 29, 2022
All fees cover tournaments, practices, club expenses, and coaches.
NOTE – You must be a member of US Lacrosse to participate in the club.
2023 Black Team $1,075
2024 Black Team $1,075
2025 Black Team $1,075
2026 Black Team $1,075
2027 Black Team $900
2029 Black Team $900
Please Note – Relentless Hustle must pay a 3% processing fee for every transaction made by a credit card. Therefore, if you pay your Summer dues via credit card, a 3.0% processing fee will be added to the dues. If you are paying your Summer dues via a Check, you are not subject to any additional processing fees. For example, if your Summer dues are $1,075.00, you would pay $1,075 by check or $1,107.25 if paid via credit card ($1,075 * 3% = $32.25).
Tournament details can be found on the Tournaments section of this site.
|New Players – Extra Fee||Cost|
|Uniform – Jersey and Shorts||$90.00|
|US Lacrosse Membership – membership information|
*Fees and Tournaments are subject to change due to scheduling conflicts and changes.
Late Payment Policy
$50 late fee will be applied to any payment/balance that remains outstanding beyond the established deadline.
For any member who has not paid in full for any previous season and/or has not paid for the current season, they will not be permitted to participate in any club activities and their roster spot is waitlisted until these balances are rectified.
Due to the nature and expense of our pre-planned team activities, and budgeting based on the participants of each team (i.e. events, tournaments), Relentless Hustle Inc. has a policy of NO REFUNDS.
Remarkable Circumstances Policy
Relentless Hustle Inc. offers placement in a competitive lacrosse atmosphere and as such we cannot offer refunds unless remarkable circumstances are shown. Such circumstances may be but are not limited to an injury to a player that will require that player to miss greater than 50% of the season in which she is registered. In such circumstances, a refund request will be reviewed and appropriately determined by the Director of Operations. Such cases should be communicated to the Director of Operations within a reasonable time of injury so they can also act appropriately for both the needs of the injured player and the team.