This website is a wonderful tool for information about our program, our teams, schedules,directions, etc. We have tried to make this as user friendly and informative as possible.
We encourage our players to watch as many Mount Anthony Union High School Varsity games as possible. It’s a great way to improve their game and to support our home team! The MAU high school boys’ and girls’ lacrosse schedule can be found at www.maupatriots.comHome Page Bulletins
Welcome to the 2015 season!!!!
As always we are looking forward to a great season.
Registration for returning players is now open. All forms you will need are under the registration tab.
Open registration will be February 24 and 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 at the Bennington Rec Center. For further information see our registration page or you can contact Barbara Morrissey at email@example.com or 802-442-6777 (evenings)
Boys lax referee clinics
There will be a boys lax referee clinic conducted by the Vermont Lacrosse Officials Association on March 22 at Randolph Union High School from 8:30 to noon. Anyone interested should contact Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org or Eric Evans at email@example.com. There is a $20.00 fee. This is classroom instruction, on-field instruction will be held on another date.
We are always in need of additional referees. Please let us know if you are interested.
Attention! MALA’s Equipment Policy
All players should provide their own sticks!
Girls: Goggles are available for all U9 players in kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade. U11, U13 and U15 players should provide their own goggles.
Boys: first time players who are trying the sport of lacrosse and are in kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade will be loaned gloves, elbow pads, shoulder pads and helmets to be returned to MALA as requested.
U11 and U13 players with previous experience playing for MALA should provide their own gloves and elbow pads. MALA will loan players shoulder pads and helmets to be returned to MALA as requested. Players are encouraged to provide all of their own equipment
U15 players who have previous experience playing for MALA should provide their own gloves, elbow pads and shoulder pads. MALA will loan helmets only to be returned to MALA as requested. Players are encouraged to provide all of their own equipment.
Off season equipment policy: Players playing outside the MALA’s Spring season and Summer Lacrosse Camps need to provide all of their own equipment!
Full or partial Equipment Loan is available for players with previous experience playing for MALA who cannot afford the cost of necessary required equipment. All equipment loans are to be returned to MALA as requested. Please email Chris Shea (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request an equipment loan for your son/daughter.
Where can I buy lacrosse equipment for my son and/or daughter?
Summer and Fall is the best time to buy when equipment is on sale! It is highly recommended to purchase equipment in stores where you can test fit equipment. (map quest the address below for directions)
Breakaway Lacrosse (www.breakawaylacrosse.com), 889 New Loudon Rd., Latham, N.Y. 12110 is the premiere lacrosse store located near Albany, NY with the largest lacrosse equipment inventory. It is a great place to test fit many brands. Every lacrosse player should visit their store!!!
Dick’s Sporting Goods on Crossgate Road in Westmere, N.Y. 12203 is an excellent choice for those who are budget minded but want to purchase good quality equipment with many brands in stock to test fit.
Olympia Sports in Bennington! Has limited equipment However, it is a good first stop to check out what they have in stock and to check prices. This is a good store to buy entry to mid-level quality lacrosse sticks.
Buy black, navy, blue, red and white gloves and elbow pads to match MALA’s and MAU’s equipment colors.
Take a trip to those stores with your aspiring player while everything is on sale this summer and fall!!! Any questions about the equipment policy, please contact Chris at email@example.com.