Our organization promotes the game of lacrosse, sportsmanship and teamwork. We welcome players of all abilities. Our goal is to teach the skills, along with training so they have an understanding of the game and develop a life long love for lacrosse!

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Goals - Regulation lacrosse cages; smaller (street hockey type) cages may be used for indoor play and for Level C playing outdoors
           (Level C is 1/2 and 3/4 grade teams).

Ball - Regulation solid yellow ball or a "soft" ball. It is highly recommended that new or beginner programs use the soft ball until
          players have developed their throwing and catching skills. If a soft ball is used, it should be approximately the same size as
          a regulation ball. A regulation ball may be used for indoor play, however a "no bounce" ball is recommended. The game ball
          must be yellow and made of solid rubber, smooth without dimples for games and must be visible color, other than clear or
          white. The ball must be 7.75 - 8 inches in circumference and weigh 5 - 5.25 ounces.

Crosse - The crosse (lacrosse stick) is made of wood, laminated wood, or synthetic material, with a shaped net pocket at the end.
           A girl's crosse must be an overall length of 35.5 - 43.25 inches. The head of the crosse must be seven to nine inches wide.
           The pocket of the stick must be strung traditionally; no mesh is allowed. The top of the ball when dropped in the pocket must
           remain above the side walls. The goalkeeper’s crosse may be 35.5- 48 inches long. The head of the crosse may be mesh and
           up to 12 inches wide.

                    Level A - 7/8 grade - must use a regulation women’s crosse with regular pocket.
                    Level B - 5/6 grade - must use a regulation women’s crosse with either a regular or modified pocket.
                    Level C - 1/2 & 3/4 grade - may use a youth stick with mesh or traditional stringing or regulation women’s crosse and
                                  may have a modified pocket. With a modified pocket,
only half the ball may fall below the bottom of the

                   Pocket depth - As the crosse is held in a horizontal position, pressure is applied to and released from a ball dropping
                                  into the 
pocket, the ball must remain even with or be above the crosse wall.

Mouth Guard - All players must wear mouth guards with no protruding tabs and the guard must be COLORED.

Goggles - Regulation women's lacrosse goggles. ASTM approved. All field players must properly wear eye protection.
           Eye protection requirements for all levels must be the same as outlined in Rule 2-9 of US Lacrosse Women’s Rules. Close
           fitting gloves and soft headgear are permitted; no hard helmets may be worn except by the goalie.

Rubber Sole Cleats - soccer cleats are fine.

Goalkeeper - Regulation helmet with face mask, separate throat protector, mouth guard, chest protector, abdominal protection,
          pelvic protection, leg padding on the shins and thighs and goalie gloves. The protective helmet, designed for lacrosse, must
          meet the NOCSAE test standard. All protective devices used should be close fitting, padded where necessary, and not be 
          excessive weight. The goalkeeper may wear padding on arms, and shoulders which does not excessively increase the size
          of those body parts.

Absolutely no jewelry, (medical alert jewelry must be taped securely).

Mandatory equipment for Girls' Lacrosse is indicated in blue text.