Our mission is to promote and honor the sport of lacrosse for the purpose of developing a love of the game through positive coaching, community among players, parents, coaches and officials. Our goal in honoring the game is that the game of Lacrosse teach

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       Just Let the Kids Play - Bob Bigelow
Just Let the Kids Play - Bob Bigelow --> With the August 2001 publication of his new book, "Just Let The Kids Play", adults throughout the country are reflecting on how they can give youth sports fun back to the children.
       Northborough-Southborough Girls Lacrosse
This is the link to the girl's youth lacrosse program.
      Mass Bay Youth Lacrosse League
Massachusetts Bay Youth Lacrosse League is the single largest chapter in USLacrosse. We are comprised of 110 town programs divided into 5 geographic regions, with over 8,000 kids playing lacrosse. Northborough-Southborough is in the West Central region with 18 other towns.
      US Lacrosse
US Lacrosse is dedicated to offering people everywhere the opportunity to discover, learn, participate in, enjoy, and ultimately embrace the shared passion of the lacrosse experience. Support from our more than 200,000 members makes this vision possible.
     Positive Coaching Alliance
Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) is a nonprofit organization based at Stanford University with the mission to transform youth sports so sports can transform youth. PCA was created to transform the culture of youth sports to give all young athletes the opportunity for a positive, character-building experience.
    Responsible Sports
Responsible Sports supports volunteer youth sport coaches and parents who help our children succeed both on and off the field.
    Tewaaraton - Highest Individual Honor in College Lacrosse
The Tewaaraton Trophy is recognized as the pre-eminent lacrosse award honoring the top female and male varsity collegiate lacrosse player in the United States. Simply, it is the lacrosse equivalent of the Heisman Trophy.
   Inside Lacrosse
An Evolving Sport, Evolving Publication Three years ago, everything about the sport of lacrosse changed. Critical mass happened. An east coast sport shot west like wildfire. Two pro leagues suddenly had legs beneath them. Companies were being bought by larger companies. And a media tailwind got behind all of it. The game was becoming a national phenomenon.
   Lax Training Video's - Kudda
Lax Training Video's - Kudda Free instructional videos for youth lacrosse.
   New England Lax Journal