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Our Mission



Wellesley Youth Lacrosse Club’s mission is to provide a fun, safe, and positive environment to teach the game of lacrosse, and to teach promote sportsmanship and respect by all players towards coaches, teammates, and opponents on the field of play.

Our program hosts lacrosse programs for both boys and girls in grades 1-8 who live in or go to school in Wellesley. The club believes in:

  • open and welcoming environment for new players at any age level
  • equal playing time for all players
  • balanced team construction for all ages throughout our program

Spring Season

WYLC offers year-round programing, but Spring is the main season for lacrosse. The Club runs parallel programs for boys and girls that begin in late March and usually end the second week of June with a league Jamboree. The boys and girls programs are organized in four age/grade groupings:  Grades 1/2, Grades 3/4, Grades 5/6, and Grades 7/8.  The 1/2 programs for both our boys and girls are in-town, skill development programs.  The 3rd – 8th grade boys participate in the Mass Bay Youth Lacrosse League (MBYLL), and the girls participate in the Founders Girls Lacrosse League (FGLL). Multiple balanced travel teams will be formed in each age/grade group, and Saturday or Sunday league games will be played either in Wellesley or away at other league teams' fields. 

Lacrosse is a three-days-per-week commitment for boys and girls. Each age group practices twice during the school week and plays games on Saturdays or Sundays.


Team sports require commitment to the team.  In addition to developing individual skills, players must also learn to play with teammates. The shared experience of teamwork is one of the key lessons to be learned from team sports. All players are expected at all practices and games. From time to time, however, situations may arise which will cause a player to miss a practice. There is no need to notify the lacrosse program for this. If a player will have to miss a game, please notify the team manager. For systematic conflicts (such as overlapping schedules with other sports or activities) PLAYERS ARE EXPECTED TO DISCUSS THE CONFLICT WITH THEIR COACHES AND WORK OUT A SATISFACTORY SOLUTION WHICH EQUALLY SHARES THE CONFLICT WITH THE OTHER SPORT OR ACTIVITY.