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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Fall Programs with NXT Lacrosse
08/14/2016
The LBL Board is excited to announce a partnership with NXT lacrosse....
End of Season Survey & Board Nominations
08/14/2016
Thank you to all LBL families for another great season.  It...
 
Fall Programs with NXT Lacrosse

The LBL Board is excited to announce a partnership with NXT lacrosse.  As part of this partnership, NXT will be leading our girls and boys Fall program.  This program replaces the Fall Stars program offered in the past.  We will have LBL coaches’ onsite, but the program will be lead by NXT.  

The reason for the partnership has been driven by your feedback.  Specifically, you asked for exposure to coaches whose profession it is to teach lacrosse.  It is our hope that you are as excited about this opportunity as we are.  

The program will run every Saturday from Sept 17th through October 22nd.  There will be sessions for 4-8-year-olds (Cradle); 3rd/4th; 5th/6th; and, 7th/8th (Play Fast).  Times are in the attached flyer.  Sessions will take place at Newtown Elementary School.  We are also collaborating with our friends from Council Rock to ensure we have enough players at each group and focus on small group instruction in each group.

Registration links and additional information:

CRADLE Website and Registration

Boys PLAYFAST Website and Registration

Girls PLAYFAST Website and Registration

We’ve tried to pick times that will minimize conflicts with other Fall sports.  We hope to see as many of you out there as possible.  Participation in Fall lacrosse is not a requirement to play in the spring. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at .

Here is some more info on the coaches who will be leading the fall programs...

The girls program is run by Kate Henwood. Kate joined the NXT team in June of 2015 as the Director of Girls Lacrosse. A Garnet Valley (Pa.) and La Salle alumna, Kate coached at the University of California-Davis Aggies for three seasons after winning back-to-back state championships at Garnet Valley in her second and third seasons at the school. In her initial season at UC-Davis, she led the Aggies to an upset of nationally-ranked rival Stanford.

Her Garnet Valley tenure produced multiple All-Americans, brought the school its first two state titles and laid the foundation for what has become Pennsylvania’s premier program. Prior to taking over at Garnet Valley, Kate was the top assistant and defensive coordinator at Villanova University. 

The boys program is run by Marty Kupprion. Marty serves as the Director of NXT Lacrosse. In that role, he supports all of NXT's educational and club lacrosse-related efforts. An original member of the NXTsports leadership team, Marty helped build NXT's circular efforts for Cradle Lacrosse, Trashcan Lacrosse, and NXT Lacrosse Club, while also helping to attract and manage many of the area's top young coaches. He was the head coach of the first club team, NXT 2014 and now leads the NXT 2017 team.

Marty recently left a second-grade classroom teaching job at Episcopal Academy to join the NXT team in a full-time role. He spent four years at EA, including roles as a writing specialist, after-care coordinator and three years running his own classroom. Entering his sixth season with the Churchmen, he continues to serve as an assistant to Andy Hayes with the Episcopal varsity lacrosse team. Marty was a star player at Episcopal Academy and the University of Delaware, where he earned a degree in elementary education and was a member of the 2007 Blue Hen Final Four team. Marty also holds a master's degree in education from Cabrini College and frequently tutors young students.


by posted 08/14/2016
End of Season Survey & Board Nominations

Thank you to all LBL families for another great season.  It is hard to believe it is already August and the Fall is just around the corner.

We have two important items for everyone that we could use your assistance with.

End of Season Survey
Please take 5 minutes this week to complete our end of season survey. This will provide us with valuable information on ways we can make your experience even better in 2017. We are using a third-party website for this survey to ensure your feedback remains anonymous.

Visit the survey - https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/lbl2016

LBL Board & Coordinator Positions
It is also the time to elect new board members to the open positions being vacated by individuals who have children who are graduating out of LBL. Use the following form to identify someone or yourself as a potential candidate. 

Nomination Form - https://goo.gl/forms/HrBXAYzKMTaW3hd32


by posted 08/14/2016
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