New players can join Dragons at any age level. There are no tryouts for players new to lacrosse and we always have a program or team for new players. To get more information on a program for a particular season, simply go to PROGRAMS and select your season. We have 4 season pages:
Each season page is updated 30-60 days prior to the season.
We also have a basic new player support program called LaunchPad that makes it as easy as possible for boys & girls of all ages to try out lacrosse and integrate into the Dragons experience. LaunchPad focuses on 3 things:
1. Teaching stick skills & the rules of the game
2. Providing access to free loaner gear
3. Integrating a new player into a team
LaunchPad works best if you are able to join in the Fall season (September to November). In the Fall we run a program called Lacrosse 101 that focuses on teaching the fundamentals, as well as the basic rules of the game. Players are welcome to try out a session at no charge and we provide free loaner gear, which reduces the barriers to entry to virtually zero. After participating in Lacrosse 101, players are typically ready to join a team for the Winter season. During this time we form teams and start practicing 1-2 times a week, and play games every Saturday from January through the end of February. The progression from Lacrosse 101 into the Winter season is the most natural way to develop as a lacrosse player. One of the benefits of the Winter season is that advanced players are in a separate travel program and do not play in the local league. This ensures that new players are almost always playing against teams that are also made up of other new players.
If you are looking to join Dragons outside of the Fall/Winter timeline LaunchPad is there to help as well, just in a different way. You simply register for a current program, contact us to get your loaner gear, and then we suggest that your player takes 3-4 lessons with a coach while starting to attend team practices. A team practice almost always focuses on teaching the group as a whole, so the lessons give players an extra level of confidence and make integration into a team much easier. Many of our coaches are available for private lessons. Click HERE for more info on private lessons.
If you have additional questions please feel free to contact Randy Grube at
If you have specific questions about the girls program, please feel free to contact Meghan Toomey at
To get information on loaner gear, please contact James Burton at firstname.lastname@example.org.