Respect is a critical piece of the Brooklyn Lacrosse Club's mission, teaching it and exhibiting it throughout everything we do. Straying off this path will get corrected promptly.
- Teammates: Respecting teammates that may be at different skill levels is key for a team to have a successfuland enjoyable season.
- Coaches: Most youth lacrosse coaches are volunteers whose love of the game is so deep they couldn't get away. Without coaches, we really have no program
- Opponents: Respecting you opponents, as you would expect them to respect you. There is no taunting allowed, and the post-game handshake is as critical to the game as the game itself
- Officials: These are men and women who love the game so much, they choose to officiate. The only interaction with referees are from the head coach.
- Facility: We clean up after every practice and game, and thank our hosts for their hospitality
- Game: Lacrosse is a cherished part of North American history. It is an honor for us to be involved in that legacy. US Lacrosse's "Honor the Game" pledge is required reading for players, coaches and parents alike.