LBL was founded in 1993 to promote the sport of Lacrosse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The organization strives to emphasize the development of boy and girl lacrosse players, emphasizing teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, and discipline.

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Welcome to Lower Bucks Lacrosse

Lower Bucks Lacrosse was founded in 1993 to promote the sport of Lacrosse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The organization strives to emphasize the development of boy and girl lacrosse players, emphasizing teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, and discipline and employing coaching methods that provide a positive, rewarding experience for players on and off the field.  We offer programs for boys and girls from pre-K through 8th grade during the spring season. We also offer clinics during the other seasons so players can further develop their skills. Learn More

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LBL Volunteers Needed
09/21/2017
Lower Bucks Lacrosse is a 100% volunteer lead organization and we...
LBL Programs for Spring 2018
09/20/2017
Lower Bucks Lacrosse will offer programs at the following levels...
Spring 2018 Player Evaluations
09/18/2017
Hello LBL Nation! We are getting ready to launch our Spring 2018...
Basketball Registration
09/14/2017
At Lower Bucks Lacrosse we love when young athletes try different...
Fall Lacrosse Training
08/17/2017
As the summer draws to a close we wanted to make all the families...
2017 LBL Discount at Dick's
02/13/2017
Did you miss our LBL Day at Dick's Sporting Goods that was held...
 
LBL Volunteers Needed

Lower Bucks Lacrosse is a 100% volunteer lead organization and we need your help to make the 2018 Spring season a success. There are many opportunities available to help at all levels of time commitment. We created a new page to list all the volunteer positions and their description of duties. Please carefully consider stepping up to help us in preparing for the season and making it a great experience for all the boys and girls who play.

We have the following Board / Committee / Coordinator positions open. View the Volunteer Positions page for a summary of responsibilities.

  • Board Secretary/Social/Communications
  • Bobblehead Tournament
  • Boys & Girls Coaches
  • Equipment / Coaches Bags / Goals
  • Fundraising
  • LMT & Middletown Parks & Rec Liaison
  • Registration

In addition, each team will have opportunities for a Team Parent, Field Liners and Game Day Setup helpers.

Interested in helping out? Have questions? Contact us at .


by posted 09/21/2017
LBL Programs for Spring 2018

Lower Bucks Lacrosse will offer programs at the following levels for boys and girls during the Spring 2018 season. No previoius experience is required for any of the age groups. We encourage new players to join at any level. It is never too late to start playing lacrosse.

TryLax

The LBL TryLax program is designed to introduce boys and girls from PreK- 2nd grade to the sport of lacrosse. We teach the basic skills in a fun and safe environment.  No equipment purchase is required. Players will be provided everything they need but can bring their own stick if they have one. This program replaces our Cradle Lacrosse program offered in previous years.

Boys Program

  • Grades 1/2 & 3/4 - 7 v. 7 format, 2 practices per week, games on weekends
  • Grades 5/6 & 7/8 - 10 v. 10 format, 2 practices per week, games on weekends
  • Required Equipment: stick, helmet, gloves, arm pads, shoulder pads, cleats, mouth guard

>>> More details on the LBL Boys Program

Girls Program

  • Grades 1/2 - in-house program with 2 practices per week and local scrimmages at the end of the season
  • Grades 3/4 - 7 v. 7 format, 2 practices per week, games on weekends
  • Grades 5/6 & 7/8 - 10 v. 10 format, 2 practices per week, games on weekends
  • Required equipment: stick, goggles, cleats, mouth guard

>>> More details on the LBL Girls Program

REGISTRATION WILL CLOSE JANUARY 31. 2018


by posted 09/20/2017
Spring 2018 Player Evaluations

Hello LBL Nation! We are getting ready to launch our Spring 2018 registration and wanted to provide a few updates ahead of that going live next week. The biggest change of all is that registration will close on January 31, 2018. Please mark your calendars now to be sure you are registered before the deadline.

We are sending a series of emails this week with some important reminders to help you prepare for the registration process. Today's update is about player evaluations.

In past years we've held tryouts in the fall for our top level teams in each of the following divisions: Girls 5/6, Girls 7/8, Boys 5/6 and Boys 7/8. We are changing the approach this year to include all players in these grades in player evaluations. 

In place of tryouts, we will be holding free indoor sessions later in January to evaluate all boys and girls in grades 5-8. Each registered player will attend their assigned times so the coaches can best divide all the teams based on the skill the players demonstrate during the evaluations as well as feedback from their previous coaches. 

Our goal is to provide an enviroment for all players at all levels to work through a series of drills to determine where they will have the best opportunity for success in the spring season. It will also help us take a wholistic view of our teams so we can  place them in the proper bracket in their respective leagues. 

We realize, and we hope you will as well, that no process is perfect. We are adopting this new process after a great deal of research and discussion. The process is supported by many other local rec programs.

All boys and girls in our lower grade level programs, grades 1-4, will be divided into teams at the start of the season like we have done in the past.

Questions? Please don't hesitate to contact me directly at .


by posted 09/18/2017
Basketball Registration

At Lower Bucks Lacrosse we love when young athletes try different sports. We have built our program on that very premise and welcome new players every year. With that in mind, we wanted to make our members aware of the local opportunities to play basketball this winter season. Basketball is a great complimentary sport to lacrosse. Please check out the websites provided below for more details on these local programs.

If you know of another local league please email and we will update this post.


by posted 09/14/2017
Fall Lacrosse Training

As the summer draws to a close we wanted to make all the families in Lower Bucks Lacrosse aware of two different opportunities to get out and play this fall. There are options for boys and girls of all ages and levels of play. 

Arrowhead Lacrosse Fall Clinics

The Fall Clinic series consists of two 4-week sessions and is open to boys and girls who will be in grades 3-8 in the fall of 2017. 

Session 1: Sundays, September 24th - October 15th
Session 2: Sundays, October 29th - November 19th

The cost is $100 per player per 4-week session.

Players should register for the program that best fits their skill level. We will assess all players during the first session to ensure they are properly aligned to get the most out of the training. Boys and girls will train separately.

  • Beginner (2:00 - 3:00 PM) Players with some lacrosse experience, but are still developing the basic fundamentals of catching, throwing, scooping and shooting.
  • Intermediate (3:00 - 4:00 PM) Players with at least one season of lacrosse experience. You can pass and catch with your dominant hand and are looking to improve on fundamentals and take your game to the next level.
  • Advanced (4:00 - 5:00 PM) Players who have 3 or more years of experience and are well skilled in the fundamentals and are ready to be challenged with more advanced skill development.

All training will take place at Nation 9 Sports Academy located at 115 Lower Morrisville Road in Fallsington, PA. Space is limited so register early to reserve your spot.

>>> More info and register online

 

Council Rock Fall Lax Clinics

Boys in grades K-8 will be lead by John Fitzpatrick, CR North head coach; and, Michael Murray, CR South head coach. Each coach will be responsible for three sessions. They will be joined by their assistants as well as their current and former players.

Girls in grades K - 8 will participate in independent weekly sessions that focus on skill development and in-house scrimmage play specific to girls game. The sessions will be lead by Jules Keeley, Tri-State Central Director and Stockton Univ Asst Girls's Coach, other Tri-State coaches, as well as players and coaches from CR North and CR South.

Dates: Saturdays starting September 9th running through October 21st (Saturday, October 28th rain date). No session Saturday, September 23rd

Location: Newtown Elementary School

Levels, Times & Cost

  • Boys K-8: 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM, $170
  • Girls K-4: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM, $150
  • Girls 5-8: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM, $170

>>> More info and register online

 

Centercourt Fall Programs

Centercourt in Lawrence, NJ is offering several different programs for boys and girls this fall. Complete details are available on their website at the links provided below.


by posted 08/17/2017
2017 LBL Discount at Dick's

Did you miss our LBL Day at Dick's Sporting Goods that was held on Sunday February 12th? It's not too late to save on your lacrosse purchases. As part of our sponsorship agreement, LBL members can save 10% all year on select items. Use the coupon attached here or download it and print at home.


by posted 02/13/2017
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