WLA is a non-profit, volunteer-based association offering the young people of the Wayzata School District in grades 1 through 12 an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of lacrosse in a safe, respectful and fun environment.

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SPRING IS IN THE AIR
WAYZATA LACROSSE

SPRING LACROSSE

The Time Is Now

Spring team lacrosse registration is underway. Playing Wayzata lacrosse, affectionately referred to as "LAX" by those in the sport, has a number of great benefits for both kids and parents. Articles have detailed its benefits (and the benefits of sports in general) for youth participants: increased fitness, improved mental acuity, socialization and team building, are just a few.

To top it off, lax is fun to play. Just ask any of the kids!

As a parent, you might feel that because you don't know much (or anything) about lax, that you won't enjoy it. Quite the contrary, lax is an exciting sport to watch! And we can teach you everything you need to understand the game. From parent clinics, to coach briefings, to questions being answered by your game ref., there are lots of ways you can learn exactly what is going on. In fact, you may find out that it seems just a little bit familiar . . . a little bit like hockey, but on the grass.  And if your kid is into hockey, he or she may even learn a thing or two about that sport.  

 

 

 

Ask Wayne Gretzky

 

"If sport has a high point of the year, it must be the first week of spring . . . When I was growing up, I used to love this time of year. It was when I put my hockey equipment away and I was absolutely ecstatic to see the end of the hockey season."

"I could hardly wait to get my lacrosse stick out and start throwing the ball around. It didn't matter how cold or rainy it would be, we'd be out firing the ball against walls and working on our moves as we played the lacrosse equivalent to road hockey."

"All the good hockey players seemed to play lacrosse in those days and everyone of them learned something from the game to carry over to the other - things athletes can only learn by mixing up games they play when they are young."

- National Post, March 2000


posted 01/21/2020
PROGRAM REGISTRATIONS

 

BOYS' & GIRLS' WAYZATA LAX TEAM REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Come be a part of Wayzata Lacrosse. This is your opportunity to join an exciting team sport!

Opportunities at 8U through 14U for both Boys' and Girls' Teams. Join now!

Questions? Contact president@wayzatalax.com

Boys' Teams

Girls' Teams

 

GET READY FOR WHS LACROSSE Registration for boys' and girls' high school captains' practices is now open! All players must be registered to attend.

Boys' Programs

Girls' Programs

 

WE'VE PARTNERED WITH TRUE LACROSSE TO BRING YOU AN EXCITING NEW CLINIC SERIES!

WHO: Boys Lacrosse Players in 1st - 8th Grade of All Experience Levels

WHEN: Wednesday Nights

DATES:  1/15 | 1/22 | 1/29 | 2/5 | 2/12 | 2/19

TIMES:  8U/10U, 6-7 PM | 12U/14U, 7-8 PM 

WHERE: Central Middle School Dome

 

 

WHO: Boys Lacrosse Players at the 10U, 12U, and 14U age levels

WHEN: Games on Saturdays and Sundays in March and April 

 

Wayzata Trojans' first lacrosse games are on April 16.  Get ready by signing up now for high school clinics. 

Boys & Girls Grades 9 - 12 | January & February | Sundays | 9  - 10 AM | Plymouth Creek Dome   

 

COACHES FROM PRIOR LAKE

30-minute drills/skills work with 30-minute side games and/or scrimmage

WHO: Girls Lacrosse Players in 2nd - 8th Grade of All Experience Levels

WHEN: Tuesday Nights

DATES: 1/7 | 1/14 | 1/21 | 1/28 | 2/4 | 2/11 | 2/18

TIMES: 8U/10U, 7-8 PM | 12U/14U, 8-9 PM

WHERE: Plymouth Creek Dome

PLEASE NOTE

If your player's US Lacrosse number expires anytime before the end of the current season, you will be asked to renew their registration with US Lacrosse before you can proceed with registering for a Wayzata Lacrosse program.


by posted 10/22/2019