The Southern Nevada Lacrosse Association is organized and maintained to promote, grow, shepherd, govern, and protect the sport of Lacrosse at the youth, middle school, and high school levels, throughout Southern Nevada.



Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. In Canada, it's a national sport. It began as a First Nations/Native American sport that was played as early as the 12th century.

Lacrosse is a contact team sport played between two teams using a small rubber ball and a long-handled stick called a crosse or lacrosse stick. It is often considered a rough sport, although injuries are less frequent than in American football and other contact sports.

The sport has four major types: men's field lacrossewomen's lacrossebox lacrosse and intercrosse. The sport consists of four positions: midfield, attack, defense, and goalie. Generally, there are ten players on a team during a game.

All Players must be US Lacrosse Member. 

Southern NV Lacrosse Association adheres to the rules and regulations set forth by US Lacrosse. To become a US Lacrosse Member, the cost is $30 for youth and $35 high school aged. During season registration you are automatically directed to the US Lacrosse site for Membership but if you'd like to get a membership beforehand, Sign up here. 


Get On a Team!

If you’d like to join one of our teams or have any questions about playing, please  with your name, phone number, address, and the name of school your player attends.

If a player attends a school that offers a lacrosse program, please contact your school’s lacrosse coach for more information.

More Information About Lacrosse
Lacrosse history -
US Lacrosse -
The Official Lacrosse Dictionary -
History of Lacrosse  -

Watch Lacrosse in Action

General Questions
Registration Questions