Last Updated: February 7, 2015
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Lake Oswego Youth Lacrosse

SPRING 2015 Season

Registration for Spring 2015 season for LOYL programs is completed on the LO Community School Website

http://losdcommunityschool.com/

 
Registration for Boys 1/2 and Boys & Girls 3/4, 5/6 & 7/8 programs
is OPEN
  
After completing registration, watch your email for 2015 Spring Season update information.
  
 
********   US LACROSSE "YOUTH" MEMBERSHIP *******
Prior to registering for LOYL, it is important to have a valid and current US Lacrosse Youth membership.
This is needed for US Lacrosse to insure our players in case there is an accident while playing lacrosse.
Players will not be able to play without current and valid Youth membership.  If you have not yet obtained a US Lacrosse Youth membership for your player,  please go to www.uslacrosse.org and sign up.

If your player already has a US lacrosse membership number as well as the expiration date,
please proceed to Community School online registration for LOYL Spring 2015 programs.
 
If your player’s membership is set to expire at any point during the season (March-June),
please make sure to RENEW prior to registering in order to
insure your player’s continued participation in our LOYL program.
  

 

Spring 2015 Important Dates
Open House March 1st
   
Coaches Clinics (@ Mittleman Jewish CC)

Saturday, March 7th -- 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Saturday, March 14th -- 4:30pm to 6:00pm
   
Start Dates
   
Boys
 
1-2
April 1st
3-4
April 1st
5-6
March 4th
7-8
March 4th
   
Girls
 
3-4
April 1st
5-6
March 4th
7-8
March 4th
Welcome Grades 3 & 4 Girls' Lacrosse!

Lake Oswego Youth Lacrosse is pleased to introduce our inaugural season for 3-4 girls. Welcome parents and players to the newest program in the LOYL family. For more information, please see the “Girls 3/4 Information” menu tab. The LO Parks and Rec department has been offering lacrosse to this age group for over nine years, and we recognize them for their great work. We are working diligently to create a great experience in this transition year, and your players should learn a lot about the game of lacrosse and have a fun and competitive season. The girls 1st and 2nd grade program will continue to be conducted by the Lake Oswego Parks and Recreation Department. An introduction program for Girls Kindergartners will be added to the L.O. Parks and Recreation girl’s lacrosse offerings starting with the 2015 season. Please visit the L.O. Parks and Recreation website or call 503-675-2549 for more information.

Be sure to check the relevant calendar
for info about practice and game locations and times.