Bel Air Boys Lacrosse is the largest recreational lax program in Maryland. Rec teams from clinic to juniors and club teams for graduation years 2029 through 2023 compete at the highest levels and feed some of the best high school lax programs in the US.
Rec/Travel fees will be $150 for All Age groups with the exception of Clinic, which will be $75.
Travel Teams will have additional costs depending on second league and tournament fees
Travel Tryouts will start Late January/Early February
Practices Start late February/March – Games start In April and continue through late May
The age group breakdown is as follows
Clinic - 5 or 6 year olds. No equipment/contact...all skills that meets on Sunday mornings for 6 weeks. Location Tucker Turf
Pee Wee –First Graders mostly – Full Equipment and season game schedule on Friday night or Saturday mornings. Practice once or twice a week. We recommend that all players go through clinic first
Tyker –2nd and 3rd graders - Full Equipment and season game schedule on Friday nights or Saturdays. Practice once or twice a week.
Lightning – 4th and 5th graders - Full Equipment and season game schedule on week nights and Saturdays. Practice twice a week.
Midget - 6th and 7th Graders - Full Equipment and season game schedule on week nights and Saturdays. Practice twice a week
Juniors -8th graders and some 9th graders - Full Equipment and season game schedule on week nights and Saturdays. Practice twice a week. If in 9th grade, must be age appropriate and cannot be on a high school team.
Boys Lacrosse uses Tucker Turf, Tollgate Park, Red Pump Elementary and Ewing St. field locations
Equipment is available for rent. The Rental fee for the season is $50 and includes Helmet, shoulder pads, gloves and arm pads. There is a $250 deposit for the Equipment. A check must be provided to hold and will be returned when the equipment is returned.
We cannot honor coaching or friend requests. There are 450 boys playing in our rec program and it is very difficult to honor them.
We are ALWAYS Looking for Coaches and other volunteers. Parents can register as a coach during player registration. The younger age groups are all about fundamentals. Parents do not necessarily have to have playing experience to be an effective youth coach.