The Pee Wee group is comprised of boys and girls in kindergarten or younger. See Age-Specific Goals here.
The Girls Program has teams in the following groups. See Age-Specific Goals here.
- 1/2 Grade
- 3/4 Grade
- 5/6 Grade
- 7/8 Grade
- 9-12 Grade
The Boys Program has teams in the following groups. See Age-Specific Goals here.
- 1/2 Grade: Advanced and Development Team
- 3/4 Grade: Advanced and Development Team
- 5/6 Grade: Advanced and Development Team
- 7/8 Grade: Advanced and Development Team
- 9-12 Grade
Tryouts are mandatory for placement on the advanced teams. Tryouts will be in February (date to be announced). Players on the advanced team will pay an additional fee (more info to follow).
Boys Team Definitions
Brooklyn Lacrosse is proud to offer 2 options for Boys 1st through 8th grade for our Spring 2014 Season.
BLC "Competition": This team will feature 2 practices a week, and will be comprised of 20 players who have lacrosse experience or demonstrate exceptional athletic skill, coupled with an intense desire to learn. This team will play at regional tournaments (Long Island, Westchester, NJ, CT), and will focus on competing at the upper levels of youth lacrosse in the area. Participants on the BLC Competition team agree to make lacrosse their primary spring sport. Participation on other teams/sports/clubs must be secondary to BLC Competition Team commitments. This team's primary goal in games is to play at the highest competitive level.
BLC "Development": This team will consist of players new to lacrosse and also those developing their skills. This team will practice once a week, and play a majority of its games locally. This team's focus will be on developing both individual as well as team skills, and will always strive to compete with similarly skilled local lacrosse programs. This team's primary goal in games is to teach the sport and have each player get involved with the game..
Players initially on the Development Team who desire to move up to the Competition Team will be evaluated as their skills improve. Depending on team size, players may be asked to practice with the Competition Team while still playing games with the Development Team.