REGISTRATION IS OPEN
Registration for the 2019 spring season opens November 15, 2018 and closes January 31st, 2019. Mount Laurel Lacrosse requires payment via credit card (Visa/Mastercard only) or via check. A late fee will be applied to anyone registering after January 31st, 2019. Mount Laurel Lacrosse follows age requirements as established by the US Lacrosse national governing body.
- For Boy’s Registration, Please register under your child’s grade for the 2018/2019 School year.
- For Girl’s Registration, Please register according to your child’s birth date, as outlined by the 2019 Age Segmentation guide below.
KINDERGARTEN GRADE LEVEL PLAYERS (BOYS & GIRLS)
Mount Laurel Lacrosse does not currently have a program that is dedicated for kindergarten aged players. We want to ensure that each player learns the game of lacrosse in a safe and FUN environment. We recommend that kindergarteners wait an additional year before starting the sport. We will, however, consider allowing a kindergarten aged player to our scoopers program on a case-to-case basis
2019 REGISTRATION FEES
REFUND POLICY: No refunds available after close of registration. The only exceptions will be if child is not selected for a team or is injured as confirmed by a physician. In these cases a refund will be issued exclusive of the Registration Fee.
US LACROSSE REGISTRATION FEE
Every player in Mount Laurel, and in the entire South Jersey Lacrosse League, is required to register with the U.S. Lacrosse Association. This membership is separate from Mount Laurel Lacrosse's registration fee. Membership in US Lacrosse carries educational and financial benefits and you will receive a value far above the $30 registration fee. Please note, Mount Laurel Lacrosse registration fees do NOT include your US Lacrosse membership, but our site will allow you to register for both. You will complete the US Lacrosse renewal/registration and pay that $30 fee as part of this registration process.
South Jersey Youth Lacrosse League (SJYLL) residency rules require players to register with their hometown SJYLL club. If your township does not have an SJYLL club, players are required to register with the SJYLL club in the township that feeds their sending high school. For example, players from Hainesport and Lumberton are required to register with Rancocas Valley Lacrosse Club, or request a waiver to play with another SJYLL lacrosse club.