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About the Deuces

About the Dallas Deuces

The Dallas Deuces Lacrosse Organization (Deuces) promotes lacrosse among youth residing in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, in particular, those youths attending parochial schools or players with siblings that currently attend or have attended Jesuit College Preparatory School. The Deuces will teach the fundamentals of the game of lacrosse to all their players, along with advanced skills where warranted, all the while emphasizing sportsmanship, respect for all participants and teamwork. The Deuces spring teams participate in the North Dallas Fort Worth Lacrosse League DFWLL at both the D1, D2, and D3 level where applicable.  At every level, a primary goal of the Deuces will be to engender a love of the sport of lacrosse while creating a challenging, engaging learning environment where children of differing levels of skill and development can learn the game of lacrosse. The Deuces have volunteer coaches at the 1st-4th grade level and paid coaches at 5th-8th grade all of whom are committed to the development of both a player’s skill and character.

Who Can Play for the Deuces?

The Deuces was formed as a Parochial School feeder lacrosse program for Jesuit College Preparatory School.  The Deuces were admitted to the DFWLL under the following eligibility rules:  Notwithstanding the eligibility rules, students at a DPL School (i.e. all of the Catholic Schools in the area), Good Shepherd Episcopal School (11110 Midway Rd, Dallas), St. John’s Episcopal (848 Harter Rd), and the Cistercian School (3660 Cistercian Rd), or those lacrosse players who are siblings of current Deuces players or Jesuit students, have the option of playing for the Deuces.  Otherwise, current eligibility rules apply.

If you have any questions regarding whether you can play for the Deuces or not, please email Tiffany Surran prior to registration. 

Chris Surran

Head Coach and Founder of the Dallas Deuces Lacrosse Organization
Head Coach of Iron Horse Lacrosse Select Teams
Chris Surran is the founder of the Dallas Deuces Lacrosse Organization and the current Head Varsity lacrosse coach at Jesuit College Preparatory School in Dallas, Texas. Under Chris' direction, Chris has taken the Jesuit Varsity team to countless final four appearances and Jesuit won the THSLL D1 State Championship in 2016 and 2017.  Chris was an All-American lacrosse player at Syracuse University. He participated in three NCAA Final Fours and played in two NCAA National Championship games. He was the MVP of the Final Four and Captain of his team in 1993, when Syracuse won the NCAA Division I National Championship against the University of North Carolina. He was also selected to play in the prestigious North/South All-Star game. Chris was the head lacrosse coach at the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, RI for three years. During that time he worked under the supervision of Richie Meade, the head lacrosse coach of the United States Naval Academy. Chris was also a founder of the Player's Choice Lacrosse Camps, which are still operational today.
Chris has trained NCAA All-Americans and has run lacrosse camps around the country. Recently, Chris has coached and trained many of the Dallas area’s best male and female goalies. He owns and operates the successful Deuces Lacrosse Camps that are known for bringing in a high quality staff consisting of NCAA college lacrosse coaches, NCAA All Americans and professional lacrosse players. Chris was a founding board member of Bridge Lacrosse Dallas, a non-profit organization focused on bringing lacrosse to traditionally underserved areas.
Additionally, Chris has a Bachelors degree from Syracuse University in Political Science and a Juris Doctorate from Syracuse University Law School where he graduated Suma Cum Laude. Chris practiced law at the Dallas office of Jenkens and Gilchrist until 2006 when he opened his own boutique law firm focusing on Commercial Real Estate.