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Empower Girls Academy 1 Day Workshop!

EGAA is partnering with Empower Girls Academy for a 1 Day Workshop on April 9th  (a school release day), from 9am-3pm with the exact location in Edina to be determined.  

This workshop is for girls in 6th-8th grade and will be a day filled leadership development and personal wellness sessions as well as a community service project, all designed to build self confidence, resilience, leadership skills in young girls!  Please note that there is no school April 9. 

The cost of this 1 day workshop is $130 per person but EGAA is so excited about bringing this program to our girls that EGAA is paying $100 of the cost so the cost to each girl is only $30!  

Registration will begin March 5th  at 9:00am and there are only 60 spots available. Mark your calendars now! For more information, check out Empower Academy’s website:




Please click on our Volleyball page for more information about team schedules, volleyball rules, drills and volleyball game locations. 

Letter from our President


Welcome to the 44th year of the Edina Girls Athletic Association.

The Edina Girls Athletic Association proudly offers two programs: Flag Football and Volleyball. Flag Football is offered in the fall while our Volleyball program is during the winter. Both programs are designed to offer skill building, friendships and a lifelong love of sports.  The EGAA believes that sports teaches girls commitment, respect for others and sportsmanship.  Physical activity and competition enhances the mental, psychological and spiritual health of American girls and young women.

We are especially excited about our upcoming 2017-2018 season. The Flag Football season kicks off in September. Our ever popular concession nights will be back on Tuesday evenings this fall for our flag football games.

EGAA believes in our athletes, so each year we recognize and award 4 to 6 senior high school girls with academic scholarships. These awards are given to players who demonstrate good sportsmanship, have achieved a high level of academic success and are involved in extracurricular activities at school and in their community.

EGAA is a nonprofit organization driven by volunteer members who serve in various capacities. We recognize that without our volunteers we could not function as an organization. Throughout the years; parents, siblings, and family friends have come forward to volunteer their time and effort to serve as coaches for our teams. In addition, we have 20 to 25 volunteer members (including high school students) who annually participate on the EGAA Board. As board members, it is our commitment to continually challenge ourselves to provide a healthy level of competition that emphasizes good sportsmanship, fundamental skill building, teamwork, and most importantly, how to have a GREAT time playing organized sports!!!

We are dedicated to improving our programs and the opportunities we provide your girls. We encourage your help, ideas, and support at all times. If you would like more information about The Edina Girls Athletic Association, or how to become a volunteer, please contact me or any of our board members listed on our website. If you are interested in serving on the EGAA Board, please contact me.


Lise Crosby

President EGAA 

612-251-7123 Cell

Mission Statement

The Edina Girls Athletic Association mission:

  • Will educate girls in the skills, rules and strategy of recreational sports which will carry through into adulthood;
  • will build character by encouraging good sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-confidence;
  • will offer team experiences for girls regardless of ability;
  • will promote healthy physical activity; and
  • will encourage each participant to have fun.

EGAA History

The formation of the Edina Girls Athletic Association began in January 1974.  As the community saw the need for team sports for girls, the Edina Park And Recreation Department invited people to attend meeting and discuss the girls sports.

These visionaries formed a volunteer board. During the summer of 1974, bylaws were written, policies and procedures were formulated.  Thus, the Edina Girls Athletic Association was born, then incorporated in January 1975.