Founded in 1998, US Lacrosse provides programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the sport. US Lacrosse envisions a future that offers people everywhere the opportunity to discover, learn, participate in, enjoy, and ultimately embrace the shared passion of the lacrosse experience.
Serves Central Ohio
President, US Lacrosse Chapter, North Coast Ohio
Serves Northern Ohio
President, US Lacrosse Chapter, Southern Ohio
Serves Southern Ohio
DYA is a community recreation and travel sports organization providing programs for over 3,300 youth participants in Dublin, Ohio. The organization is the joint effort of parent volunteers (including over 500 parent volunteer coaches), the City of Dublin Recreation Services Department, and the Dublin City Schools.
HYLA has been providing a quality lacrosse experience to the first through sixth grade boys and girls in the Hilliard, Ohio area since 1993. HYLA organizes and conducts the annual Ohio Cup, the Midwest's largest youth lacrosse tournament.
New Albany Lacrosse Association (NALA) is a non-profit club promoting lacrosse in New Albany and the surrounding areas. NALA offers teams for boys and girls in grades 1 through 8.
The PYAA is a private, volunteer, non-profit organization that sponsors many of the sports available to the youth of Pickerington. We receive no funding other than from enrollment fees, fundraisers, sponsorships and concessions. We are a 501(c)3 organization.
The Westerville Lacrosse Club was founded to promote the sport of lacrosse to girls and boys in Westerville, Ohio. Boys and girls play separately, follow different rules, and have different uniform/equipment requirements. Our program is a hybrid of a Recreation and Club Program which emphasizes teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, discipline and, fun. The development of lacrosse skills varies by grade level, with a final goal of preparation for high school level competition.
Hudson Youth Lacrosse Association is an independent, non-profit organization dedicated to the Hudson lacrosse community. Its roles are: -To honor the game and emphasize sportsmanship -To learn life lessons from the game of lacrosse -To teach players the game of lacrosse -To promote & grow lacrosse in Hudson
Established in 1988, The Wooster Lacrosse Club is a non-profit organization which currently serves over 120 boys and girls in grades K-8 from Wooster and the surrounding communities.The club provides a nurturing environment in which the youth of our community can learn and grow from our many experienced coaches and volunteers. With an emphasis on team building and superior sportsmanship through hard work and dedication, we make a difference!
Established for the 2011 season, the Centerville Youth Lacrosse Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the growth of youth lacrosse in the Centerville/Washington Township area of Ohio. The club offers an instructional program for boys from kindergarten through middle school and girls from 6th through 8th grade.
The Mason Lacrosse Club is a non-profit organization that promotes the sport of lacrosse to youth residing in or attending a school located in the Mason City School District boundaries through grade-level programs open to all interested participants, by teaching good basic fundamentals, developing players through game skills and promoting good sportsmanship, respecting all participants and focusing on teamwork, and cooperating with the Mason High School lacrosse programs.
Mission: To have a positive effect on the lives of our players by teaching them the game of lacrosse and sharing the many lessons available through playing team sports.