Lacrosse

2022 LACROSSE 101 CLINICS

Did you know lacrosse is the official team sport of the state of Maryland? Register now for this fast-play game of teamwork and agility. Beginner and intermediate level players will learn the basics including stick skills (throwing, cradling, scooping, shooting) as well as offensive and defensive positioning. All you need is athletic wear and tennis shoes! We’ll provide a stick and other necessary equipment for the event.

Join us this fall for Lacrosse 101 at Glenn Dale Community Center! All participants must pre-register. 

Glenn Dale Community Center
11901 Glenn Dale Boulevard (Route 193)
Glenn Dale, MD 20769

Activity CodeDate & Time
27678-527A
Saturday, September 10, 12-2 pm
27677-527A
Saturdays, October 1-22, 12-1 pm
27677-527C
Saturdays, October 1-22, 1-2 pm
27677-527B
Saturdays, November 5-26, 12-1 pm
27677-527D
Saturdays, November 5-26, 1-2 pm


2022 Prince George’s Youth Lacrosse League

Prince George’s Youth Lacrosse League (PGYLL) is a recreational league for K-8th graders. The league provides players with the skills and training necessary to prepare them for higher-level play. The season started on Friday, April 8, and ends in mid-June when division champions will be crowned! Team placement and equipment available. Email countywidesports@pgparks.com for more information.

To learn more about your local club, please use the list below:

Club Name & WebsiteCommissionerArea of the County

Ft. Washington Cannons

Marvin Muldrew

Ft. Washington/Oxon Hill

Glenarden Jaguars 

Carlos Pettigrew

Glenarden/ Landover/Capitol Heights 

Hyattsville Wildcats

Justin Ross

Hyattsville/Riverdale/College Park 

Laurel Unity Thunder

Al Brady 

Laurel/ Beltsville 

Marlboro Mustangs

Jeff Donkor

Upper Marlboro/ Clinton

South Bowie Sharks 

Edwin Surprin

Bowie/Mitchellville

PG Pride 

Bruce Lancaster 

Hyattsville/Riverdale/College Park 


Girls Lacrosse

Stick-To-It Girls’ Lacrosse Program

This program provides an opportunity for girls of all skill levels to gain valuable knowledge and experience through lacrosse training. Participants will receive high-level instruction in small groups, master the fundamentals of scooping, throwing, and catching, as well as learn specific offensive and defensive techniques. Game-like situations are incorporated into sessions during friendly recreational scrimmages. Sticks and goggles are provided, however, players are encouraged to bring their equipment if they have it. Ages 6-14.

Stick-to-It, Ages 6-10
Register Here
Mondays, October 3-24, 6-6:50 pm
Glenarden Community Center (Football Field)
8615 McLain Avenue, Glenarden 20706

Stick-to-It, Ages 11-14
Register Here
Mondays, October 3-24, 7-7:50 pm
Glenarden Community Center (Football Field)
8615 McLain Avenue, Glenarden, 20706

girls playing lacrosse on a field

2022 PGYLL Girls Division Information

Interested in diving deeper into lacrosse? Join us for our inaugural season of the Prince George’s Youth Lacrosse League Girls Division! Participants will register individually to be placed into teams determined by age and skill level. All participants will be able to develop their skills and learn more about strategy by competing against each other in game-like scenarios including small-sided lacrosse. Email Karlyn.buker@pgparks.com for more information.

Three girls playing lacrosse on a field

Helpful Lacrosse Resources