Waterford Youth Lacrosse Association (WYLA) is dedicated to providing youth boys and girls of Waterford with a positive experience in Lacrosse. WYLA supports equal and fair play in providing the players with a fun and challenging opportunity to learn the
WYLA is committed to providing a high-quality lacrosse experience where equitable treatment of players and fundamental skill development take priority over winning and where every player feels like an important part of the team, learns life lessons of value beyond the field, and improves in the fundamental skills of lacrosse.
Shoreline Sharks Try Outs
Shoreline Sharks will be holding tryouts in AUG. Additional information can be found at this link.
A Few Additional Tips on Registering Relative to Your US Lacrosse Number
All players for the 2018 season will need a valid US Lacrosse number. Each US Lacrosse number is only valid for one year and this will provide insurance coverage to the league.
Obtaining a US Lacrosse number is part of the registration process,
When you come to this step (should be page 2) you will need to click on the button that says go to USA Lacrosse to obtain a membership.
Your web browser will open a new window and you will be directed to US lacrosse, follow the steps to obtain a new or renew your current US Lacrosse number.
Once you have paid for your US Lacrosse membership, there will be a green button at the top of the page that says return to Waterford Lacrosse Website (This is a much clearer and easier process then it was last year).
Click this button to return to the Waterford Lacrosse Website to complete the registration process.
You will complete your registration process, and your US Lacrosse number will be automatically updated.
For the New players WYLA would like to provide guidelines on what is needed for Lacrosse Equipment
All Instructional players are encouraged to provide their own sticks. WYLA does have sticks, helmets and goggles available for instructional players to use for the season, if players do not have their own.
All participants at the 10U – 14U level are responsible for supplying equipment and uniforms. All participants without exception must wear all of the mandated equipment listed below.
Girls Mandatory Equipment (10U-14U):
Girls Optional Equipment - Gloves and Stick Bag
Boys Mandatory Equipment (10U-14U):
Arm pads / Elbow pads
Mouthpiece (attached to helmet),
Athletic supporter cup
Boys Optional Equipment - Equipment bag
Starter kits that contain a variety of the above items are available via the following links. Please be sure you carefully review what equipment is in each kit as it varies from one package to another.
Our WYLA Board plays a critical role in guiding the overall direction and philosophy of the youth lacrosse program in Waterford. We are looking to fill several Board positions in order to ensure continuity of Waterford’s youth lacrosse program, and to bring fresh ideas and new energy to the Board. If you would like to have a positive impact on youth sports and in the lives of children in our town, please consider applying for one of the following Board positions. Previous lacrosse or Board experience is not required! If interested, you will receive support and guidance from the Board to assist you during the transition. For more information, or simply to discuss further, please contact:
Paul Deon – WYLA President, at email@example.com
We are seeking an individual to take on the role of Fundraising Chairperson. This individual sits on the WYLA Board of Directors. Key responsibilities are outlined below.
Work with fundraising volunteers to identify potential fundraising activities.
Bring forward recommended fundraising activities to the WYLA Board for approval.
Organize and oversee fundraising volunteers and fundraising activities
Provide periodic fundraising updates to the WYLA Board.
We are looking for an organized individual who can assist the WYLA Board of Directors as we look to grow the sport of youth lacrosse within the town of Waterford. The WYLA Board Administrator/Manager is critical to fostering effective communication and facilitating proper follow-through of Board actions and commitments. This role is responsible for the following activities:
Recommend, agree (in consultation with the Board President), and communicate agenda topics in advance of each Board meetings
Capture action items and agreements resulting from Board meetings, and disseminate to Board members
Ensure follow-through on Board actions and commitments
Organize WYLA records (storing and retrieving documents)