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ComLax coupon & discount
ComLax coupon HERE- The 15% off coupon is valid through...
Open spring programs as of 3/3/17
OPEN Spring 2017 lacrosse programs for girls and boys     *...
Girls' clinics and more
Attention families: Many opportunities for girls learning...
NCAA championships - Gillette - Memorial Day weekend
The college lacrosse season and the road to Gillette Stadium begin...
ComLax coupon & discount

ComLax coupon HERE- The 15% off coupon is valid through 3/26/17 on any full price lacrosse products, in-store only. It can not be used on top of any other discounts or bulk products. It excludes the starter package and any purchases on lacrosse balls in bulk, since they are already sold at a discounted price. It also can not be used on any prior purchases.  

Additional discounts on boys starter packages.  





by posted 03/22/2017
Open spring programs as of 3/3/17

OPEN Spring 2017 lacrosse programs for girls and boys


* Girls 5/6 can take a couple more!*

1. Skill Development - Girls in grades 1 - 2.  Meets one day per week on Fridays around 6:15 pm.  Commences in early April as field conditions allow.  Full equipment required.   Please contact with questions.  

Registration open at until full.

2. WeeLax and Little Laxer Programs commence in the beginning of May and are open to Milton residents as well as children that attend Milton Academy, St. Agatha's, or St Mary's schools.  Both programs will be run by Croart Sports & their coaching staff in conjunction with Milton Youth Lacrosse.
A. WeeLax: PreK & Kindergarten Boys & Girls - providing a fun introduction to the sport of lacrosse for young children. Will combine a lacrosse curriculum focusing on gross motor skills, fundamental ball skills, footwork, sport terminology and fitness components. 
  • One 60 minute session per week running for six weeks
  • Behind Pierce Middle School, on Mondays after 6 pm. 
  • No equipment required beyond a mini stick (if you don't have one there is an option to purchase a stick & ball with the registration)
  • Each player receives a reversible tank top
  • Cost covers participant insurance and non-parent coaching staff
  • $100 per player ($120 with stick/ball purchase)   Register Here
B. Little Laxers: 1-3 Grade Boys - beginner skill focused program with a small ball 'house' league component.  The goal being to provide a very fun & 'competitive' experience while developing the base skills to get them ready for the U11 (3/4 grade) program - run by an experienced,  non-parent coaching staff. 
  • Two sessions per week running for six weeks: A weekday skill session on Thursdays & a game on Sunday with a short practice beforehand, all at the field behind Pierce Middle School.
  • Programming & skills sessions run by Croart Sports experienced coaching staff
  • Players will be assigned to teams & will play on Sunday at Pierce Middle School
  • Fun, Fast, high scoring "Small Ball" games - 5on5 with no goalies
  • Standings/Statistics will be kept & posted online with a championship game the last week
  • Light contact & Controlled checking with a regulation sized soft ball
  • Full equipment is required (Stick, helmetmouthpiece, shoulder pads, arm pads, gloves)
  • Each player receives a uniform (shorts & tank top)
  • Preseason indoor skills sessions in April TBD
  • Cost covers participant insurance and non-parent coaching staff
  • $160 per player   Register Here
Please let us know during registration if you would be willing to volunteer to help with either program.  There will be coaching staff running the sessions so the responsibilities would be primarily around keeping kids organized & moving them from station to station. This is a great opportunity for parents who may not be that familiar with lacrosse to learn some of the basics along with kids.  
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to purchase any equipment in order for my son or daughter to play WeeLax?
- Only a mini stick is required and may be purchased during registration for $20
Do I need to purchase any equipment in order for my son to play in the Little Laxers?
- Yes - full equipment is required which includes: lacrosse helmet, mouthpiece, shoulder pads, gloves, arm pads, and a stick.  Recommendations (& hopefully discounts) will be provided post registration. 
My daughter is in first/second grade. What program is available for her?
The 1/2 Girls Skills Development program meets once per week on Friday nights commencing in April.  Contact   with questions & Register Here   
My son is in third grade and has never played lacrosse before. Should he sign up for Little Laxers or the U11 (3/4 Grade) boys travel team? (U11 grade 3/4 is FULL)
- That is entirely up to you but we would recommend the Little Laxers Program unless your son is very athletic and/or played contact sports before.  The Little Laxers program will be two sessions per week vs. three sessions per week for the U11 program. 
Will WeeLax & Little Laxers sessions be on the same night?
- No, they will be held on different nights.  Little Laxers games will be on Sundays at Pierce.  
Other questions regarding WeeLax or Little Laxers, please contact 

by cathy smith posted 03/03/2017
Girls' clinics and more

Attention families:

Many opportunities for girls learning more lacrosse continue throughout the year and are listed under Girls Program  or\girlsprogram.


MYL Board




by posted 12/20/2016
NCAA championships - Gillette - Memorial Day weekend

The college lacrosse season and the road to Gillette Stadium begin in two weeks.  The NCAA lacrosse championships are coming to Gillette Stadium May 26-29 to crown Division I Men, Division I Women, Division II Men and Division III Men champions in what will be a phenomenal weekend of family fun and excitement.


Game times have been confirmed by the NCAA.


Friday, May 26

1 p.m.                                                  NCAA Fan Festival opens

5 and 7 p.m.                                         Division I women’s semifinals


Saturday, May 27

8 a.m.                                                   NCAA Fan Festival opens

Noon and 2:30 p.m.                              Division I men’s semifinals


Sunday, May 28

8 a.m.                                                   NCAA Fan Festival opens

11 a.m.                                                 Division I women’s championship game

2 p.m.                                                  Division II men’s championship game

5 p.m.                                                  Division III men’s championship game


Monday, May 29

9 a.m.                                                   NCAA Fan Festival opens

1 p.m.                                                  Division I men’s championship game


Men’s all-session ticket prices all-session

Club                                                     $135

100-level sideline                                  $110

100- and 200-level corners                     $75

100-level endzone                                 $55


The men’s all-session ticket includes Sunday’s women’s championship game.


Fan’s interested in attending the women’s Friday games can purchase their ticket for $20.  Friday’s and Sunday’s games are general admission.


Women’s all-session ticket is $35


We can work with the NCAA to set up a block of tickets for the men’s games and provide access to purchase the general admission Friday women’s ticket.  


Reunion Village.  A number of town programs have inquired about the Reunion Village which will be located adjacent to the NCAA Fan Festival.  Families from each group in the Village will be able to tailgate before, between and after the games.  Bring your own food, grills and coolers or Gillette Stadium can cater your event. 


U9 and U11 Games.   Give your sons and daughters an experience of a lifetime.  As an added bonus to groups ordering 50 or more tickets, we will conduct U9 games Sunday, May 28 and U11 games Monday, May 29 before the college games.  Each participating team will play one mini-game in the Empower Field House and one mini-game on the Gillette Stadium field.


Youth Events.   


*          Gillette Stadium will host a youth clinic Wednesday, May 24 in the evening.  Coached by college and high school coaches, this event will be a hit for young boys and girls.  Additional information will be available later this spring.


*          Gillette Stadium is working with the United Women’s Lacrosse League and the Boston Cannons to provide youth clinics in the Empower Field House February 5, March 5 and March 19.  To register visit


*          Gillette Stadium and Mass Bay Youth Lacrosse will be hosting youth clinics during the Massachusetts April vacation week.  Look for more information coming from MBYLL.



Thank you for your assistance in helping us promote the world’s largest lacrosse event here at Gillette Stadium.  Together we will show the country how well New England supports lacrosse!


We will continue to provide updates as we get closer to the championships.  Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information on any of the above items, please email us at   or call 508-549-0178.

by posted 01/13/2016
Field Status
Andrews Park - Milton TBD (3/26) 
Brooks Field @MHS - Milton TBD (3/26) 
Caroline Saltonstall Gym - Milton TBD (3/26) 
Cunningham Park - Milton TBD (3/26) 
Faulkner, Milton Academy - Milton TBD (3/26) 
JV Field, Milt Acad - F - Milton TBD (3/26) 
Pierce Field - Milton TBD (3/26) 
Sumner St - Milton TBD (3/26) 
Upton, Milton Academy - Milton TBD (3/26) 
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