Minnetonka Lacrosse is at the forefront of developing the girl’s youth players. We are proud to be part of the fastest-growing youth sport in America and intend to foster a love for the sport of lacrosse through fun drills and competitive play. All skill levels are accepted, beginners are encouraged!
Minnetonka Lacrosse Association is one of the oldest lacrosse programs in the state of Minnesota. We are nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting Girls Lacrosse. We meet once a month and you are welcome to come join us or join the board. We are an ALL volunteer program!
There is one season for 8U - April to June with Jambouree tournaments in May and June.
1. Spring (March-end of May) Tournament end of May.
2. Summer (June- end of July) Tournament end of July or early August.
Players can sign up for one or both seasons.
The MSSLAX competitive travel league we play in encompasses all girls' lax teams in the twin cities and surrounding area (e.g. Edina, Stillwater, Eden Prairie, Lakeville. etc.).
Minnetonka Lacrosse serves the Minnetonka School District as stated in its mission. For this reason, we give priority for roster spots to players who reside, or open-enroll, in the Minnetonka School District. We welcome players from outside the Minnetonka School District if space allows at the close of registration. Those players should email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to a "first come, first served" wait list.
Effective 9/1/19 through 8/31/20
To choose the program your player is eligible to play, find their birth date in the date ranges below. Note: Your player may have aged up to a new age level as of 9/1.
|Age Level||Date of Birth From||Date of Birth To||Grade Level|
|14U Program||9/1/2005||8/31/2007||7th or 8th|
|12U Program||9/1/2007||8/31/2009||5th or 6th|
|10U Program||9/1/2009||8/31/2011||3rd or 4th|
|8U Program||9/1/2011||8/31/2013||1st or 2nd|
*6/1 cut-off date is for current 8th graders only.
Current 9th graders are not allowed to play on a 14U team per league rules.
· Girl’s Lacrosse Stick
o Lacrosse sticks are different by gender.The girls pocket is shallower.
· Goggles: Eye protection is required by the league. A player must wear eye protection at all games & practices.
· Strapless Mouth guard.
Girl’s lacrosse and boy’s lacrosse are similar sports however there are some variances. It can be confusing for parents with girls and boys in the program.
· Girls and boys are governed by different groups at the state level. As a result the seasons are different in terms of timing and options.
· Rule variances:
o Checking is not allowed in girls lacrosse. Stick checking is allowed at the 14U level for girls. This is the primary reason for the equipment differences.
o Face-offs Draws