Mount Anthony Lacrosse Association

Welcome to the MALA Web Site!

Spring 2018 Lacrosse Registration

Step 1:

Click HERE to renew/register with US Lacrosse (mandatory)


Copy your US Lacrosse Membership ID from the confirmation email you receive.

Step 3:

Click HERE to create an account and register for Spring 2018 Lacrosse.

Contact Kevin Morrison at if you have any questions!

Winter 2018 Indoor Lacrosse:

Sundays, March 4th thru April 8th
Times & Age Groups:
2-3 PM: Girls Grades 3-5
3-4 PM: Girls Grades 6-8
4-5 PM: Boys Grades 3-5
5-6 PM: Boys Grades 6-8
Note:Equipment Pickup (indoor lacrosse only) on March 4th, 45 minutes prior to age group taking field.

Boys & Girls Rookie / Goalie Clinics:

Mondays March 19th & March 26th
Time & Age Group:
5:30-6:30 PM: Boys & Girls Grades 3-8
Note: Sticks only for new players. Equipment provided for goalies.

Click HERE to register for Indoor Lacrosse or Rookie/Goalie Clinics at the Bennington Sports Center!

Mala Gear for 2018 – Order Deadline March 23rd

Check out our new shirts and clothing in several new colors!! CLICK HERE to download the order form.

Bottle & Can Drive

Bring in your cans and bottles to Thurber’s Redemption and donate them to MALA – it’s a great way to help us get a jump start on our season!


If you have any questions please contact your coach:

U15 boys, Edmund Edward:
U13 boys, Brad DeBoer:
U11 boys, Kevin Morrison:
U9 boys, Jason Hudson:

U15 girls, Jim Altland:
and Brent Kipp:
U13 girls, Jeremy Neill:
U11 girls, Taylor Lussier:
U9 girls, Taylor Lussier:

2018 Summer Lacrosse Camp

Boys Lacrosse Camp

Monday, July 9th to Thursday July 12th (13th is a make up date)

For more information about the boys camp please email Paul Reif at

Girls Lacrosse Camp

Monday, July 16th to Thursday July19th (20th is a make up date)

For more information about the girls camp please email Chloe Griffin at

To learn more about the MALA Equipment policy Click Here!


Who We Are


MALA’s mission is to teach the rules and game of lacrosse, to develop strong competitive players in a fun and positive environment and to focus on individual development as well as team strategies. MALA practices and adheres to the U.S. Lacrosse Code of Conduct. MALA expects all of our participants to approach the game with sportsmanship, honesty and integrity.

Fun for all

MALA prides itself keeping the registration fees low and being able to provide equipment for those who can’t afford to pay for equipment. But that being said, it can’t be done without the extensive fundraisers we do year round. Funds raisers are done by soliciting sponsors, cash calendar, donations, etc. MALA’s expenses consist of Scholarships/equipment for players, US Lacrosse membership, referee costs/tournament fees, field rental fees, website development, uniforms, miscellaneous equipment (goalie equipment, nets, goals, paints, balls, mouth guards, cones, clocks, horns, first aid supplies, storage containers, etc), apparel for coaches, coach appreciation gifts and general fees (Legal fees, office supplies, copying, postage, etc.)

We can help

MALA will never turn a player away who cannot afford the cost of registration and equipment. We understand that the cost of this game is prohibitive to some under these tough economic times. We have scholarships and equipment available. If you need assistance, please contact Chris Shea at All requests for assistance will be kept private.


MALA is a volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to young lacrosse players and families of all backgrounds. Every one of our organizers, coaches and team managers contribute to our organization as a volunteer.
Volunteer opportunities