Last Updated: August 30, 2016
  • Founded in 2001

Branchburg Lacrosse Club Families - It's that time of year - PICNIC TIME!

All Players, Families, and Alumni are encouraged and expected to attend.  Last year, over 500 people enjoyed a great afternoon of lacrosse fellowship.

We look forward to celebrating yet another year of lacrosse in Branchburg and Somerville on Saturday, June 4th from 4-8pm.  The picnic will be held at the Neshanic Fire Company Recreation Grounds on Elm Street in Neshanic Station - right at the base of the Elm St Bridge.

Cost is $5 per person - with all money going into the prize budget for the kids.  This is not a fundraiser for the club - we have put over $12,000 of prizes in the hands of our kids over the last 10 years.

As usual, the club will provide burgers, dogs, and all the fixns.  Please bring chairs, sun tents, small tables if you have them.  Team assignments are listed below.

Prizes and presentations are at 6pm sharp - all coaches have been instructed to have their individual team meetings early or late to have your players clear for 6pm.  

Please make sure all players check in at the registration table to be eligible for prizes.

BLC Alum Nick Contino drafted by Denver Outlaws!

The Branchburg Lacrosse Club is proud of our former player Nick Contino- drafted by the MLL's Denver Outlaws.


Boys lax plays at Stevens Institute of Technology

The 7th grade boys team was hosted by Coach Gene Peluso and the Stevens Ducks in March. The boys played the Brooklyn Crescents, then stayed and rooted on the Ducks in their win over Colorado College.  

Boys players practice with the Pioneers!

The Somerville High School Pioneers recently hosted the boys players in the club for a practice and clinic at the high school. Thanks to Coach Gil Eaton, the Somerville Boys Lacrosse Booster Club, and all the players that participated.

6th grade boys play at Rutgers

The 6th grade boys team played an exhibition at halftime of a Rutgers game at HighPoint Solutions Stadium.