Spring Lacrosse in a Nutshell:This is a recreational program and plays games against other town rec teams in the Capital District
K-2 Boys and GirlsPractice: One night a week only (Wednesdays from 6-7:30)
Costs: Registration $75, US Lacrosse membership $25 (paid to US Lacrosse)
Boys: 3rd - 8th gradePractice: Tues, Thurs from 6-7:30 and Saturdays from 9-10:30
Costs: Registration $175, raffle fee $50, US Lacrosse membership $25 (paid to US Lacrosse)
Girls: 3rd - 8th gradePractice: Mon, Wed from 6-7:30 and Saturdays from 10:30-noon
Costs: Registration $125, raffle fee $50, US Lacrosse membership $25 (paid to US Lacrosse)
If you want to help out with coaching or want to coach, please sign up in the registration system as a coach or asst coach. Background checks need to be done, directions for this are on the website under the coaches tab. Background checks are good for 2 years, if you are a returning coach please make sure your background check is up to date.
Please register your players before the end of the month, we will be putting in the uniform order the first week of April. Click Here Now!
US Lacrosse Learn to Play Clinics are specially designed for coaches with limited experience in the sport, or for anyone (age 18 and over) looking for exposure to the basic techniques of the men's and/or women's games.
This 1.5-hour, gender specific clinic offers a hands-on experience for learning the skills needed to play lacrosse, and also provides an introduction to the fundamental coaching techniques more fully explored in the Level 1 Instructional Clinics. Learn to Play clinics do not count toward national coaching certification but are a great way to better understand the techniques of the game before pursuing CEP certification.
This clinic heavily relies on attendee participation. Participants should come prepared to be active for maximum benefit. US Lacrosse's supportive learning environment encourages coaches of all physical abilities to enroll. No protective equipment is necessary, though participants are encouraged to bring a stick. Participants will also receive a comprehensive beginner coaching guide.
June 1st - 6-7:30 at SYLA fields