Welcome to Lexington Youth Lacrosse


Pre-Registration for Boys Fall Lacrosse is now open!

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Lexington Youth Lacrosse is dedicated to introducing, teaching, and expanding youth lacrosse to the Lexington and nearby communities. It is our belief that the sport of lacrosse provides a unique opportunity to develop individual athleticism, cultivate the teamwork experience, and foster creative problem solving. Through our integrated and age based programs, we provide a fun, competitive, and instructional environment for young lacrosse players that prepares them to play at the high school and collegiate levels, while also teaching them the value of setting and attaining goals.

If you have any questions about our programs or organization, please click on the links below:
Girls Program Directors:
Amy Selinger & Sean O’Brien ( )


Boys Program Director:
Colby Crogan ( )

Please note that Lexington Youth Lacrosse is a parent-run volunteer organization. We depend on our parent volunteers to provide a fun, organized, and positive experience for our players and truly appreciate all of their efforts. We have many positions both on and off the field, so if you are interested in being a coach, field volunteer, social host, equipment manager, etc. please email one of the directors above.

What is Fall Ball Lacrosse?  Similar to our spring session, fall ball is a fun and instructional environment that teaches individual athleticism as well as teamwork.  
Why Fall Ball, Isn’t Lacrosse a Spring Sport?  Although we don’t believe in year round play, we do believe that players develop their skills and confidence faster through having multiple discrete sessions with breaks in between. We definitely see players improve during fall ball, which allows them to progress even further during the following spring session.
What if My Child Plays a Traditional Fall Sport? Great! We love it!  We encourage players to play other sports, because being a well-rounded athlete will make them a great lacrosse player.  It’s why we only have one session a week. It’s why we play on days and times that avoid conflicts with soccer, flag football, hockey, and club lacrosse programs.
Is Fall Ball Only For Experienced Players? NO!  At this age group, this is a great opportunity for new players to join and develop their skills prior to the spring.  In fact we are calling on everyone to continue our tradition of “Bring a Friend” to practice. Our program exists to expand the sport to more players, and through more players we can expand the sport. So please, pass this email to a friend, tell your neighborhood about our program, and let other community organizations know about us.
Disclaimer: You are only reserving a spot in our Fall Program. No payment will be requested at this time.
Prior to the season, all people will be required to complete a Full Registration, with payment (U11-U15) and insurance membership (all levels).
U13 (Grade 5 & 6) / U15 (Grade 7 & 8) 
Saturdays 8-9:30am*; September 9th – October 28th
Includes: 6 Practices; Blue-Gold Game; 1 Tournament (TBD)
Select Team evaluation and selection for the 2018 season
U11 (Grade 3 & 4) 
Sundays 5-6pm*; September 10th – October 29th
Includes: 6 Practices; Blue-Gold Game; 1 Tournament (TBD)
U9 (Grade 1 & 2)  ** FREE SEASON**
Acknowledging many have no experience with lacrosse, LYL provides this fall program for FREE (except a required non-refundable MBYLL membership fee). Additionally, the first two practices do not require equipment and a stick will be provided to allow the sport to be experienced prior to an investment in equipment. Interested players will require equipment and a stick starting at Practice 3.
Sundays 3-4pm (Grade 2) & 4-5pm (Grade 1)*
September 10th – October 29th
Includes: 6 Practices; Blue-Gold Game
* Dates/Times are subject to change

by posted 06/27/2017
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