Thank You for participating in TryLax 2020!

Thank You for participating in TryLax 2020! It was great to have 70 new players join us last Sunday February 16th at the Edge in Williston. All players received a new lacrosse stick and soft practice ball thanks to US Lacrosse. Local high school players from Essex, MMU, Colchester, Middlebury and Rice assisted in running… Read more »

NVTYLL | Girls March 19th League Meeting

Hello Coaches and Recreation Departments,  The 2020 lacrosse season is just around the corner! Our annual board meeting for the Girl’s League is set for March 19th at 6:30 pm at the Shelburne Town Offices. The coaches list for the season will be updated for the 2020 season, but if you know of anyone that… Read more »

NVTYLL | Boys March 16th League Meeting

Hello Coaches and Recreation Departments,  The 2020 lacrosse season is just around the corner! NVTYLL League Meeting Date for Boys is 3/16 at 6:30 pm at the Williston Town Hall  1. SafeSport is now required for all coaches when registering or renewing for US Lacrosse. Please help spread the word to all your coaches! 2. Game weekends are 5/2-3,… Read more »

New NVTYLL Logo For 2020 & Beyond

We are excited to announce that we have updated the NVTYLL logo for the 2020 season and beyond. This new logo removes the gender specific gear for the sport of lacrosse and embraces the beauty of Vermonts Green Mountains. We are looking forward to the upcoming 2020 season.

NVTYLL TryLax Clinic

As a recipient of US Lacrosse’s 2019 TryLax grant NVTYLL will be hosting a TryLax Clinic for Boys and girls, ages 6-14 who want to experience lacrosse for the first time. Each participant receives a Warrior (boys) or a Brine (girls) stick and a SwaxLax ball to keep, as well as a one-year membership to US Lacrosse.… Read more »

NVTYLL TryLax Clinic

As a recipient of US Lacrosse’s 2019 TryLax grant NVTYLL will be hosting a TryLax Clinic for Boys and girls, ages 6-14 who want to experience lacrosse for the first time. Each participant receives a Warrior (boys) or a Brine (girls) stick and a SwaxLax ball to keep, as well as a one-year membership to US Lacrosse.… Read more »

NVTYLL TryLax Clinic

As a recipient of US Lacrosse’s 2019 TryLax grant NVTYLL will be hosting a TryLax Clinic for Boys and girls, ages 6-14 who want to experience lacrosse for the first time. Each participant receives a Warrior (boys) or a Brine (girls) stick and a SwaxLax ball to keep, as well as a one-year membership to US Lacrosse.… Read more »

9th & 10th Boys Summer Lacrosse

The Catamount Red Team open to current 9th and 10th graders is excited for another summer of lacrosse. Our summer fee includes the following! -14 Practices throughout the Summer –Team Uniform Package -Unlimited Guidance with Recruiting/Development -Priority Registration for 3 Summer Tournaments Training Info Practices will be Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-8pm June 18-August 1st at Essex Middle… Read more »

5th & 6th Boys Summer Lacrosse

The Catamount Junior Team is for players currently in grade 5 & 6 looking to further develop their game with training and competition this Summer.  Northern Vermont players will practice Tuesdays and Thursdays at Essex Middle School from 6-8pm, June 18- August 1st. Southern New England Players will practice Mondays at Amherst High School and… Read more »

Summer Lacrosse For Girls

Catamount Lacrosse is New England’s longest running lacrosse program! Catamount Girls Lacrosse is excited to be hosting practices two days a week this summer at Essex Middle School. These practices are open to all players who are looking to grow their skills and have fun this summer. In addition to practice Catamount Girls Lacrosse will… Read more »

5th & 6th Boys Summer Lacrosse

The Catamount Junior Team is for players currently in grade 5 & 6 looking to further develop their game with training and competition this Summer.  Northern Vermont players will practice Tuesdays and Thursdays at Essex Middle School from 6-8pm, June 18- August 1st. Southern New England Players will practice Mondays at Amherst High School and… Read more »