Summer Season Registration: Opens first week of January and closes March 21. Unfortunately, no late registrations accepted due to uniform ordering limitations.
Try Lacrosse for Free: February 26 & March 20 at HealthEast Sports Center Fieldhouse. Times TBD.
Spring Clinics: March 19, 22, 24, 26, 29 and 31. Registration for clinic will open in January. Fee for clinics TBD.
U12/U14 Tryouts and U8/U10 Evaluations: March 27 and April 3 (U14 tryouts must occur prior to the beginning of the High School Season Monday April 4).
Outdoor Practices: Begin once the city opens the fields in April/May.
Games: Begin the week of June 6.
Team Pictures: Week of June 6.
Woodbury United Lacrosse Overview Calendar & Information
Woodbury United Lacrosse is a 501(c)3 non-profit community organization that supports lacrosse in the City of Woodbury. All players who wish to play lacrosse are welcome at all ages. Registration opens in early January and closes in March.
All board members and parent coaches are volunteers. As a growing sport, we rely on dedicated parents to support the program in a variety of roles.
The lacrosse leagues Woodbury participates in are administered by Youth Lacrosse Minnesota (boys) and Minnesota School Girls Lacrosse Association (girls). Here is a tentative timeline for the upcoming season:
Late February - Early April:
Late April - May:
June - July:
Summer registration fees pay for non-parent coaches, YLM/MsLax team registration fees, fields/facilities rentals, official, tournaments entry fees, background checks, insurance, preseason scrimmages, medical field coverage, equipment and uniforms.
Woodbury hosts the Black & Blue summer lacrosse tournament. One of the largest association only lacrosse tournaments in the Midwest. For the 2022 season, the tournament is slated to be held the weekend of July 8-10. This is currently the only fundraiser we run as an association and we rely on parents to fulfill their required Dibs volunteer hours during this tournament.
More information can be found on www.woodburyunitedlax.com. Like us on Facebook, twitter and Instagram.
Any questions, feel free to contact Sam Stalsberg, President at email@example.com.
WULAX programming is underway again. Our COVID 19 safety policies mirror Governor Walz’s recommendations as well as the CDC's and Minnesota Department of Health's (MDH) youth sports guidelines (see links below). Please see our COVID preparedness plan for more details.
We ask that those of you involved in any WULAX activities to be conscientious of these guidelines and considerate of others. Please also be mindful of facility rules for players, coaches and spectators. Individuals will differ in their assessment of situations and the adherence to guidelines.
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