Welcome to MYLC!

The MYLC is following all guidelines based on the New Jersey Department of Health’s published Guidelines for Operations with regards to sports. Under these guidelines, Lacrosse is categorized as a medium risk contact sport.  

In addition, MYLC is following guidelines & procedures from the CDC, the US Lacrosse “return to play” guidelines, and with the Montgomery Township Health Department.

Information can change quickly, therefore our practice plans may also change and that will be relayed out to you immediately.


MYLC puts the safety of our players & coaches as our top priority. In order to do that, we will be implementing the following procedures:


-Upon arrival, players will be met by a coach at a screening station where they will show their covid waiver on the Team Snap app and have their temperature taken

-All coaches, players and volunteers will be asked to submit a waiver prior to each session and have their temperature checked as well. 

-Any participant with a temperature of 100.4 or more will not be able to participate

-Players/Parents must wear a mask

-Players can remove their mask once they are on the field with their small group

-Players will be kept in small groups with limited cross over between groups

-Arriving players will be separated from departing players

-Parents will be asked to follow signage and to maintain a 6' distance from other players/parents

-Parents must not congregate to watch practice. Parents can stay in car, walk around the park or stay off to the side with proper distancing from others

Thank you all for being part of our MYLC family. We are looking forward to a safe start

and getting back on the fields!



Fall Clinic Information:
  9/19/20 - 11/14/20 *
*weather permitting
Harlingen Veterans Park at Arboretum Fields
Girls need: a lacrosse stick, safety lacrosse eye goggles, mouthguard

K-2 Scoopers - 9:00am - 10:15am (check-in screening at 8:45am)

3rd/4th - 9:00am - 10:15am (check-in screening at 8:45am)

5th/6th - 10:30am - 11:30am (check-in screening at 10:15am)

7th/8th - 11:45am - 12:45pm - (check-in screening at 11:30am)


Boys need: Lacrosse stick, helmet, full set of pads (chest, elbow, gloves), athletic cup & mouthguard

7th - 8th - 9:00am - 10:00am (check-in screening at 8:45am)

K-2 Scoopers - 10:15am - 11:15am (check-in screening at 10:00am)

3rd/4th - 10:15am - 11:15am (check-in screening at 10:00am)

5th/6th - 11:30am - 12:30pm (check-in screening at 11:15am)

To register:

 You will need to register for Team Snap if you don't already have an account
If you have any questions, please email
  • For practice information, please look under Team & Rosters, and drop down to the team you need. 
  • Game information will be updated as dates get closer, but all current information is in under the Schedule tab
We are excited to offer programs for girls and boys in Kindergarten through 8th grades.  In the Spring we offer teams for girls and boys in 3rd - 8th grade and our Spring Scoopers Clinic introduces our Kindergarten through 2nd graders to the fundamentals of lacrosse.
In the Fall, we offer a free clinic for Kindergarten - 8th graders
All registrants are required to have a US Lacrosse Club Membership.  If you need to purchase a membership click here:        
If you need to renew your membership or obtain membership information click here:
About Montgomery Youth Lacrosse Club
The Montgomery Youth Lacrosse Club was founded to promote the sport of lacrosse to girls and boys in Montgomery Township. Boys and girls play separately, follow different rules, and have different uniform/equipment requirements. Our program is a hybrid of a Rec and Travel Program which emphasizes teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, discipline and most of all, fun. The development of lacrosse skills varies by grade level, with a final goal of preparation for high school level competition.

The mission of the Montgomery Youth Lacrosse Club is to provide:
  • The opportunity for boys and girls in Montgomery Township to learn and enjoy lacrosse under the tutelage of dedicated coaches in a safe and structured environment that promotes sportsmanship, allows each player to play and develop their skills at a comfortable pace and that promotes an intensity that will sustain the players enthusiasm through high school.
  • Younger players the chance to learn the game of lacrosse without sacrificing other sports and activities vital to their overall and athletic development.
  • Proper balance of competitive play and personal development that prepares the student for the next level of competitive lacrosse.
  • Education/training of players, coaches and fans about the game of lacrosse while promoting sportsmanship, good work ethics, responsibility and respect for fellow players and the game.
  • Support and development of skilled lacrosse players for High School teams.
  • Ongoing support and endorsement of players in future endeavors such as college competition and jobs through a strong network of coaches, parents and player. 

Club News and Information

MYLC is looking for new Board and Committee members for the 2021 Spring Season.  If you're interested in joining the leadership team, please email



Lacrosse Resources
  • US Lacrosse Rules & Guidelines: Click here.
  • Montgomery Youth Lacrosse abides by the guidance of the Positive Coaching Alliance, Click here to see what you can do as a parent.

Lacrosse in the News


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The Montgomery Youth Lacrosse Club is a 100% VOLUNTEER ORGANIZATION
MYLC is not part of the Montgomery Recreation Department
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