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 2020 SPRING REGISTRATION PERIOD IS OPEN

 

Stingers Lacrosse participates in the Metro Girls Lacrosse League (MGLL).  The league includes teams from several Maryland and Virginia counties. 

  • All games are played on a single neutral field on Sundays in March - May. 
  • All fields are located in Montgomery County.  
  • Game times and field location depends on age group and division. 

Required Equipment

Field Players 
-Approved women's lacrosse stick
-Approved Lacrosse Goggles
-Mouth guard, must be solid color - white or clear are not permitted.
-Field Cleats and all purpose sneaker for turf or hardtop surfaces. 

Goalies (Goalie gear will be provided for most teams) 1/2 Grade teams and Scoopers do not play with a goalie.
-Approved Goalie stick with proper length shaft
-Approve Helmet equipped with throat guard
-Chest Protector
-Padded goalie pants
-Approve goalie gloves
-shin guards.

Check out our Lax Gear Guide for Parents

Uniform Sizing Guidelines Click HERE

STINGERS SPRING 2020 CALENDAR

Practices March - May

one to two practices per week beginning the week of March 16 ending the week May. Once field assignments have been provided by the county, coaches will advise teams of their specific practice schedule and location. Most teams will practice in the Damascus/Clarksburg area.

GAME Schedule - TBD

 

 

Player Level, Teams and League Division Descriptions
Intermediate B Division
1/2, 3/4, 5/6 & 7/8 Grade - developing players with 1+ years of experience.  These teams prepare for and play in a recreational league division that will allow our newer players to be challenged and have success. Here we also introduce and develop girls new to the sport and prepare them for competitive play.  Players on these teams are looking to develop their skills and game knowledge while competing against similarly experienced teams.

Upper B Division Teams*
3/4, 5/6 & 7/8 Grade - skilled players with 2+ years of experience. These teams prepare for and play in a competitive championship recreational league against similarly experienced players and teams.   "A" division players are skilled in the lacrosse fundamentals; ground balls, catching and throwing on the run. They understand offensive and defensive strategy and understand the rules of the game - typically these players strive to play at the AA, club or high school level. 

A Division Teams*
5/6 & 7/8  Grade - highly skilled players with several years of experience. These teams prepare for and play in the most competitive non-club championship league in Montgomery County. Those on our AA Division teams are typically club-level players, many of which do play for area club teams. "AA" division players are highly skilled in the lacrosse fundamentals; ground balls, dominant and non-dominant hand catching and throwing. They understand and execute offensive strategies with out prompting.  Defensively they execute double teams, slides and clears. They understand the rules of the game and leverage the rules to gain advantages on the field.  These players typically play year round lacrosse and many strive to play at the highest levels to include college.