Team Registrations DUE!

Please get all team registrations in by tomorrow! All players and head coaches must be US Lacrosse registered in order to play this season. All team registration checks should be mail to

Ryan Fitzpatrick
234-4 Woodbine By The Lake
Colchester VT 05446

Best of luck to all this season! The weather will come around keep up the good work!

NVTYLL is always tobacco free

NVTYLL is always tobacco free! There is absolutely no use of tobacco products (chew, vape, smoke) during NVTYLL events (games or practices). All parents and coaches are to abide by the tobacco free policy at all times. Those who choose to use tobacco during NVTYLL events will be asked to leave the field of play.

What is the size of the small ball field?

What is the size of the small ball field? Where should the benches be? Do two small ball field fit on a regular field?

Get the answers to there questions from the USL Small Ball Guidelines. Not that NVTYLL will be using real lacrosse balls and not the pink ones as mentioned in the guide.

If you have questions or concerns about the setup, implementation or structure of small ball play please let us know.

Have you signed the Code of Conduct?

All NVTYLL players, parents and coaches are required to sign the NVTYLL Code of Conduct before participating in games this season. This year the code of conduct has been made available on the website on the Coaches Forms page. Coaches are required to have their signed code of conduct forms with them at all games. Coaches are responsible for enforcing the code of conduct at all times.

First Year Coach? Get some help!

Being a first year lacrosse coach is hard! If you have never played or coached lacrosse before US Lacrosse and NVTYLL are here to help!

Join us March 31st 2018 US Lacrosse and NVTYLL will be hosting a Level One coaches Training in Barre VT at the BOR Arena. US Lacrosse staff members and NVTYLL representatives will be on hand to prepare you for a successful year of youth lacrosse coaching.

The US Lacrosse Level 1 curriculum is designed to introduce coaches to the responsibilities and philosophies of coaching and how to provide a safe and athlete-centered environment that emphasizes positive growth and sportsmanship. You’ll acquire the tools to teach rules, basic individual skills and basic team concepts to beginning players of all ages.

NVTYLL Head coaches at the 5th/6th and 7th/8th level of play are required to be US Lacrosse Level One certified. Teams without certified head coaches will pay a fine.

You can register here for the March 31st training.

http://usl8.ebiz.uapps.net/PersonifyEbusiness/Default.aspx?TabID=487&_ga=2.240736003.1017346553.1519653056-1325069300.1495463796

Checkout how to much referees make! 

The exciting pace of growth of lacrosse has increased our need for referees this season. If you are a high school aged player, college student or young professional this makes for a fun outdoor job! NVTYLL referees can referee as many games as they would like over the course of the season. Checkout how to much referees make! 

March 18th 2018 9:00am – 2:00pm there will be a referee training for new officials at the Shelburne Community School. Mark your calendars now and get prepared to referee youth lacrosse this spring season!

Resources: Please Review before attending

2018 Youth Rules

2018 Youth Rules Video

Agenda:

Review Boys Youth Rules

Review Penalty Enforcement and Game Management

Review On-Field Mechanics

Sign up for the training by completing this form

March 18th 2018 there will be a referee training for new officials at the Shelburne Community School.

Mark your calendars now and get prepared to referee youth lacrosse this spring season! Time of the training is to be determined by the location is secured..

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Youth Referee Training Time Announcement

Youth Referee Training Time Announcement

March 18th 2018 9:00am – 2:00pm there will be a referee training for new officials at the Shelburne Community School. Mark your calendars now and get prepared to referee youth lacrosse this spring season!

The exciting pace of growth of lacrosse has increased our need for referees this season. If you are a high school aged player, college student or young professional this makes for a fun outdoor job! NVTYLL referees can referee as many games as they would like over the course of the season. Checkout how to much referees make! 

Resources: Please Review before attending

2018 Youth Rules

2018 Youth Rules Video

Agenda:

Review Boys Youth Rules

Review Penalty Enforcement and Game Management

Review On-Field Mechanics

Sign up for the training by completing this form

March 18th 2018 there will be a referee training for new officials at the Shelburne Community School.

Mark your calendars now and get prepared to referee youth lacrosse this spring season! Time of the training is to be determined by the location is secured..

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