Bel Air Lacrosse Off-Season Program
The program is initially only open to the Tyker and Lightning age groups, including players in grades 2 through 5 for the 2019-2020 school year.
Supervised Free-Play (Mondays at 6:30) - Will provide an opportunity for the boys to play "pick-up" lacrosse. Under the supervision of Bel Air Rec coaches, the boys will be given an opportunity to become increasingly more self-directed and autonomous with the free play session. Games my range from full-field 10 vs 10 to mini-games with mini-goals. Full equipment is required for these sessions.
Skills and Drills (Wednesdays at 6:30) - Will provide an opportunity to focus on lacrosse stickwork and general physical literacy (applicable to all sports). Several stations will be set up around the field, with each station manned for the duration of the session by the same coaches. The sessions will be planned with common and complementary skills at the individual stations. The fundamentals of space, time and communication will be stressed as they are overarching and transferrable. Coaches will script the session with a focus on small groups within the station groups and maximizing the number of times players touch the ball. Players only need helmets, gloves, and their stick for the skills and drills session.
This program is free and open to all registered Bel Air Rec Lacrosse players. Everyone is encouraged to attend with the caveat that this program is supplemental, not required to play on any specific team in the 2020 season, and should never interfere with in-season sports.
This program also provides an excellent opportunity for interested volunteers to try coaching without having to commit to a full season or team. Please register as a volunteer if you are interested in coaching.
Register for the Bel Air Off-Season Program
In addition to the Bel Air programs that are included with the program registration fee, here are additional lacrosse opportunities for your consideration:
LaxSkills, co-directed by Bel Air Lax Board Member Buck Sharrets, is dedicated to providing positive training and information on how to become a well-rounded lacrosse player and parent.
John Carroll LaxMas Fiddle Stick Tournament
A fun one-day tournament to get kids together from different clubs from Baltimore/ Harford area and compete. Teams are picked the old school way by randomly splitting up the kids and just playing. The format is 3 regional games (Seeding) followed by a championship format tournament.
Harford Fall League
For any boys that will be enrolled in 6th through 12th grade in the fall. There is a middle school division for players in grades 6-8 and a high school division for players in grades 9-12. All skill levels welcome.
John Carroll Lacrosse Camps
Coach King and his staff offer several summer camps for all grades and levels.
Harford Lacrosse Camp
Harford Lacrosse Camp is very proud of its reputation as “The Best Overnight Camp for the Dollar! ”
Fallston Summer Lacrosse
The goal of the league is to provide a fun and relaxed atmosphere, mixing players of a variety of skill levels from some of the best local rec lacrosse programs. Come out to meet some new people and show off some of those skills you've been practicing all season!