WLA is a non-profit, volunteer-based association offering the young people of the Wayzata School District in grades 1 through 12 an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of lacrosse in a safe, respectful and fun environment.

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WLA Welcome and Program Registrations


Welcome to the official Wayzata Lacrosse Association home on the web!  Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much much more. Check back frequently for the latest information about Wayzata Lacrosse.

Program Registrations
To register, click on the Register Online button located on the left. 

Please note: If your players US lacrosse number expires anytime before the end of the current season, you will be asked to renew their registration with US lacrosse before you can proceed with registering for a Wayzata lacrosse program!

 

Girls

New this year!  Registration for fall clinics for girls in grades 1-8 run by Wayzata High School varsity players is now open!

 

Boys

Boy's Youth Fall Registration is closed.  The next youth registration will be for winter clinics.  Registration will open in October.

Registration for Fall Varsity and JV/Prep teams is now open.  Varsity players should use the link sent via email to register.  

 

 

US Lacrosse Age Segmentation Policy

Birthdate Age Brackets for competition between September 1, 2018 and August 31, 2019

Born 9/1/2010 through 8/31/2012 - 8U
Born 9/1/2008 through 8/31/2010 - 10U
Born 9/1/2006 through 8/31/2008 - 12U
Born 9/1/2004 through 8/31/2006 - 14U


by posted 07/13/2018
Wayzata Helmet Requirements

For parents who are buying new helmets, we are asking that you purchase "Athletic Gold" helmets with white visor and chin strap protector.

Athletic Gold helmets with white visor and chin strap protector are required at the 14U-A and 12U-A levels. Under no circumstances should a Wayzata player wear a helmet from another association or travel team while playing in games for Wayzata Lacrosse. 

 

Tips for Lacrosse Helmet Fitting

  1. Make sure the helmet is NOCSAE approved. The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment conducts rigorous tests and sets standards for safe athletic equipment, including lacrosse helmets.
  2. Always review the specific helmet manufacturer’s recommendations for proper helmet fitting either on the manufacturer’s web site or in the store.
  3. Helmets are measured in inches. Check manufacturers’ charts to show the proper size helmet for your child’s head.
  4. Padding of the helmet shall give firm and uniform pressure about the head. The skin of the forehead should move as the helmet is moved from left to right and from front to back.
  5. Be sure there is a four-point chin-strap attached to the helmet. The chin-strap should be tightened so that there is no slack.
  6. Properly fitted helmets must take into account the hairstyle of your child; if your child has a great deal of thick hair and then receives a haircut, the helmet must then be refitted.
  7. Proper helmet fit should never cause headaches.
  8. The facemask should attach cleanly to the helmet and should be replaced if it is bent.


 


by posted 11/15/2010
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