SPRING 2020 HOUSE LEAGUE FEES:
Kindergarten Clinic: $165
House League: $235
TRAVEL TEAM 2018 FEES:
$600 (Players in Grades 3-6 are also required to register for House League)
WHEN DOES REGISTRATION OPEN?
Registration will open on January 1, 2020 for Spring House League. Regular registration will run through January 31, 2019.
Registrations received after that date are subject to availability and will incur a $15 late fee.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Once registration opens go to the LMYL home page and, on the left-hand column, click Register Online. Select the appropriate grade level for your child and click Register.
Registration payments can be paid by Mastercard or Visa.
All players must also be registered with US Lacrosse. If your player does not have a current US Lacrosse # valid through June 30, 2020, you will be prompted to renew/register via US Lacrosse for an additional fee.
What is US Lacrosse?
US Lacrosse is the insurance policy that every player must obtain in order to participate in LMYL.
All of our players are required to be US Lacrosse members. The fee is $30 and the membership is valid for a year.
I have a current US Lacrosse number, but I am still being asked to renew. Why?
Answer: US Lacrosse numbers have to remain valid for the entire duration of our season. If you’re USLax # expires in March but our season ends in June, you will be prompted to renew.
US Lacrosse is not sending me back to the LMYL website, what do I do?
When prompted to renew your membership with US Lacrosse, a new window should open with the US Lacrosse website. Once the renewal process is complete, you should just be able to ‘X’ out of the US Lacrosse window and continue filling out the LMYL registration.
I have renewed my membership with US Lacrosse but the LMYL site says I still need to renew, what do I do?
You will need to call US Lacrosse directly and explain that you may have duplicate memberships.
Please call Membership Services: 410.235.6882 x102
Unfortunately, US Lacrosse is a separate outside entity and LMYL is unable to help with US Lacrosse related membership problems.
WHAT IS THE LMYL REFUND POLICY?
Full refund for registrations received prior to February 1, 2019.
Partial refund for late registrations (received after February 1, 2019).
Refund requests must be made by March 1, 2019.
Programs which offer NO REFUNDS: Travel Tryouts, Fall Clinics, Winter Lacrosse
Refunds for medical/injury are handled on a case by case basis.
All refund requests should be sent to
Please note: The US Lacrosse Fee is non-refundable.
WHEN DOES LEAGUE PLAY START?
House League Opening Night: TBD. See home page announcement for details.
On opening night, players will meet their coach, get uniforms and inspect and adjust equipment. Parents will have Q&A with coaches.
First Day of Practice:
We do not have the times/ fields at this time. We will post as soon as the information is finalized.
CAN I REQUEST A CERTAIN COACH FOR MY CHILD?
The League cannot honor friend or coach requests.
HOW WILL I GET INFORMATION?
All league information will be sent by E-mail from our web site, to the E-mail addresses you provided on when you registered. If you are using a workplace E-mail - they are sometimes blocked - so please check you spam folder. You can add additional E-mails by accessing your player account in the web site.
WHEN ARE PRACTICES AND GAMES HELD?
The House League will practice and play games on Friday and Saturday.
Travel teams meet throughout the week. Schedules will be posted on the web site as they become available. Click Team Bulletins and Schedules, then select your child’s league and team from the dropdown menus and, on the left-hand column, click Calendar.
WHAT EQUIPMENT IS REQUIRED?
Mouth Guards are required at all levels.
Soccer Style cleats acceptable.
Lacrosse sticks must be legal length. The ball cannot be visible below the bottom edge of the head sidewall.
First Step through Fourth Grade:
Although LMYL strongly recommends the purchase of a certified lacrosse helmet, the use of ice hockey helmets is allowed from the First Step through the Fourth grade levels. Other hockey equipment (shoulder pads and elbow pads) may also be used. Hockey gloves do not work for lacrosse at any level, as they have a stiff, non-flexible thumb. Protective cups should be worn by 3rd and 4th graders.
Only certified lacrosse helmets may be used. Hockey shoulder pads work, but elbow pads and gloves will not work. Lacrosse specific gloves and elbow/forearm pads are needed. Rib pads, while not required, are valuable. This is particularly true if your son is playing on a travel team. Protective cups are required by all players in these grades.
Required: stick, cleats, mouth guard, jock and cup, shoulder pads, elbow guards, gloves, helmet.
Optional (but recommended): rib guard
Mouth Guards are required at all levels.
Soccer style cleats acceptable.
Protective eyewear now required for at all levels.
Girls’ lacrosse sticks must be the proper length. Have child hold the stick where the shaft meets the head. Measure the shaft along length of arm until armpit; mark, cut and recap. The pocket should be tight and shallow and you should be able to see the ball above the rim of the head.
U.S. Lacrosse approved protective goggles are now required for all girls participating in the LMYL lacrosse program. This includes girls in the recreation program, as well as in the travel program.
TO WHOM DO I DIRECT QUESTIONS?
Questions regarding team practices or games should be directed to your child’s coach. Coaches will be assigned before Opening Day.
Other questions can be directed to sent to
. We will respond as soon as possible.