The Fox Lane Youth Lacrosse program for girls K-8 is designed to teach the fundamental skills of lacrosse and to support the long-term athletic development of youth athletes in a team environment. Along with emphasizing individual growth and improved knowledge of team concepts, the program seeks to instill good sportsmanship in its youth athletes as well as a universal respect and love for the game of lacrosse.
· THIS PAGE CONTAINS GENERAL INFORMATION FOR 2023 FLYL GIRLS LACROSSE SEASON. PLEASE CHECK PAGES TO THE LEFT FOR GRADE SPECIFIC PROGRAM INFORMATION.
· VOLUNTEERS: If anyone is interested in coaching or helping out with girls’ lacrosse, please contact Suzanne O’Callaghan at
or Brian Greene at
FLYL 2023 GIRLS PROGRAMS & TUITION:
K - $150
1st/2nd - $250
We strongly recommend any new player at the K-2nd grade level to purchase a stick. We have found having the appropriate stick helps in the development of our young players. Lax.com has offered our members a discount on girls equipment. Use discount code "Stan15" to obtain a FLYL discount (EXCLUSIONS APPLY).
3rd – 6th - $400
7th/8th - $350
3rd - 8th grade girls will require a uniform. We have NEW uniforms this year. All players MUST purchase a new jersey and shorts through the website.
NOTE: $25 discount for siblings!
FLYL 2023 tuition includes preseason clinics (weather permitting), in-season practices, games and jamborees. All FLYL members MUST be members of USA Lacrosse; tuition does not include USA Lacrosse membership which you must sign up for independently. You will be prompted to do so during the online registration process. You can also find the website here.
Questions about the girls program, please contact Suzanne O’Callaghan at
or Brian Greene at
Questions about UNIFORMS Grades 3-8, please contact Suzanne O'Callaghan at
Questions about the registration process, please contact Stacey Hicks at
Register on-line by going to the HOME page or by clicking HERE.
NOTE: ALL FLYL players need to be members of USA Lacrosse in order to complete the registration process. USA Lacrosse is the national governing body of lacrosse. It sets rules of play, offers coaches training, certifies our referees, explores best practices always with player development and safety as its primary focus and fosters a love of lacrosse and supports its growth.
To become a member, or renew your membership: https://www.usalacrosse.com
Financial Assistance: Fox Lane Youth Lacrosse is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to benefiting the youth of the Bedford Central School District and surrounding communities. We do not want financial capability to be in any way an inhibitor to children being able to participate in the program. We recognize that the cost of registration and that the purchase price of lacrosse equipment is significant. If these costs are a burden, FLYL is prepared to provide assistance. Should you want more information on such assistance please contact FLYL Treasurer, at
for more information. All such inquiries will be held in strict confidence.
REFUND POLICY: FLYL will NOT issue refunds for the Spring 2022 once the season commences. In the case of injury, we are happy to refund a participant on a case by case basis, minus a $25 administrative fee. There will be no refunds for schedule conflicts with other sports nor for changes in a desire to participate after the season begins. We CAN NOT refund for equipment and/or uniforms purchased. Any concerns please reach out and we can review on a case by case basis.
COACHES FOR 2023:
K: TBD *If you are interested in coaching/helping, please contact Suzanne O’Callaghan firstname.lastname@example.org
1: Robbie Len, Varsity and JV players
2nd: TBD *If you are interested in coaching/helping, please contact Suzanne O’Callaghan email@example.com
3rd: TBD *If you are interested in coaching/helping, please contact Suzanne O’Callaghan firstname.lastname@example.org
4th: John Hyland, Jesse Randol, Jessica Nable
5th: Alexandra Baker, Murray Fisher
6th: Chris Spadafino, Emily Grand, Jordana Upton
7/8: Natalie Harrington Brian Greene