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Are you ready for some Fall Lacrosse?

Woodbury United Fall Lacrosse – Registration is now open 



Fall Clinics:

We are pleased to offer 9 sessions of a very fast paced, high instruction mini-camp that will benefit our overall fundamentals at each age-level. 

Each week we will offer high reps in the following areas: Overall stick work, Shooting, Ground balls. With an emphasis on creating strong individual stick skills.  



Player Equipment: 

All standard field equipment will be required.



 Location: Valley Crossing

 Monday / Thursday 5:45 PM to 6:45 PM. Sundays 4 - 5 pm.


 This time will be for the sessions of 9/20 - 10/3. 


The sessions of 10/4 - 10/10 We will shift to 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM on Monday / Thursday, and 4 - 5 Sunday. 


DATES: 9/20, 9/23, 9/26, 9/27, 9/30, 10/3, 10/4 10/7, 10/10


How Much:


US Lacrosse Number will be required to participate.

Payment for registration will be accepted electronically; credit/debit card only.



Colby/Valley Crossing Field Locations for Fall Lax (Yellow)

Colby/Valley Crossing Field Locations for Fall Lax (Yellow)

Important 2021 WULAX Summer Season Information

Woodbury United Lacrosse 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 we participate in are administered by YLM (boys) and MsLax (girls).  Our summer season runs from late March – July.  Here is the timeline:

March & April - Indoor clinics & tryouts/evaluations

  • A series of 6-8 clinics (including Try Lax for Free days) and tryouts/evals held in HealthEast Fieldhouse
  • Tryouts for “A” teams at U12 and U14.
  • U8 and U10, if there are multiple teams, they are divided evenly.

April & May = Preseason practices begin when City opens outdoor fields in late April

  • Outdoor practices & focus on fundamentals
  • Typically held Sunday afternoons, and 1-2 weekdays

June & July = YLM and MsLax Summer seasons

  • MsLax is the girls league:
    • For U10-U14 = 8 regular season games. Typically 2 practices per week. Also teams participate in three weekend tournaments
    • For U8 = 2-3 weekend jamborees, one of which Woodbury may host. Usually the first and third Saturday of June. 
  • YLM is the boys league:
    • U12-U14 = 10 regular season games. 2 practices a week. 3 weekend tournaments. State tournament, typically the last weekend of July and/or first weekend in August.
    • U10 = 8 regular season games. 2 practices a week. 2 weekend tournaments. End of season jamboree on a weekend at the end of July.
    • U8 = 6 regular season games. 1-2 practices as week. 1 weekend tournament. End of season jamboree on a weekend at the end of July.
  • U6 = 8-10 clinics typically on Wednesday evenings during the Summer
  • Equipment
    • Girls = stick, goggles, mouthguard, cleats
    • Boys = stick, helmet, shoulder pads, elbow pads, gloves, athletic supporter/cup, mouthguard, cleats,
    • U6 = Stick

Summer registration fees pay for non-parent coaches, YLM/MsLax fees, fields/facilities, referees, tournaments, background checks, insurance, preseason scrimmages, medical field coverage, equipment and uniforms.

Woodbury hosts the Black & Blue summer lacrosse tournament. It is the largest lacrosse tournament in the Midwest. For the 2019 Tournament, there were over 140 teams that participated. For the 2021 season, the tournament is slated to be held the weekend of July 9-11. This is the only fundraiser we run as an association and we rely heavily on parents to fulfill their required Dibs volunteer hours during this tournament.

More information can be found on Like us on Facebook, twitter and Instagram.

Any questions, feel free to contact  Mackenzie Harding, Girls Director at, or Sam Stalsberg, President at

COVID 19 and WULAX Activities

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).

We ask that those of you involved in any WULAX activities to be conscientious of these guidelines and considerate of others. Individuals will differ in their assessment of situations and the adherence to guidelines.

When participating in our programming, please remember that Minnesota continues to have a statewide mask mandate. Athletes practicing or competing are currently required to wear a mask.  We will keep you informed as the situation changes.   Please be mindful of facility rules for players, coaches and spectators.

The following are guidelines for our upcoming indoor clinics:

  • Families should follow guidelines set forth by the MDH, District 833 Schools, and the HealthEast Sports Center.
  • Players should stay home if they or a family member is displaying symptoms, have a known exposure to COVID-19, and/or have a pending COVID 19 test (including pending tests for family members)(see COVID-19 Attendance Guide below for more information).
  • Training will limited to pods no larger 25 players/coaches; depending on the number of registered players, attendance may be limited to meet the facilities capacity limits and steps will be taken to provide equal opportunities within age groups if numbers require us to limit attendance.
  • Players must be dressed and ready to play prior to arrival.  Bags should NOT be brought into the Fieldhouse.
  • All players must have their own water bottle.
  • Players should not arrive more than 5 minutes prior to their scheduled practice time.
  • Parents/Spectators will not be allowed to observe clinic sessions because of capacity requirements.  If you have a younger player, you may escort them to the check-in, but you may not stay in the facility once they have been check-in.
  • Everybody must wear their masks at all times.  This includes while participating in practice.
  • There will be no congregating of players/parents/coaches, before, during or after a clinic session.
  • Clinic drills will consist of fundamentals and contact.  But when players are not part of a drill, they will be required to maintain 6 feet of social distancing.
  • If your player has been diagnosed with COVID-19 or has had a close contact, please report these instances to our COVID Compliance Manager or President to provide further information.  WULAX must determine if exposure occurred during our clinic sessions and families informed accordingly.  Reporting will be confidential.
  • We will continue to monitor and update these policies as policies change

The following are links to other helpful resources:

COVID-19 Attendance Guide

Minnesota COVID 19 Response

Stay Safe MN

Minnesota CDC Sports Guidance

US Lacrosse Membership Website

All players need to be a member of US Lacrosse to register for the 2021 seasons. Here is a link to the website to get a new or renew the registration for 2021. (Membership is not required for any of the Try Lacrosse for Free events).

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