LBL was founded in 1993 to promote the sport of Lacrosse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The organization strives to emphasize the development of boy and girl lacrosse players, emphasizing teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, and discipline.

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Welcome to Lower Bucks Lacrosse

Lower Bucks Lacrosse was founded in 1993 to promote the sport of Lacrosse in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The organization strives to emphasize the development of boy and girl lacrosse players, emphasizing teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, and discipline and employing coaching methods that provide a positive, rewarding experience for players on and off the field.  We offer programs for boys and girls from pre-K through 8th grade during the spring season. We also offer clinics during the other seasons so players can further develop their skills. Learn More

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2017 LBL College Scholarship - May 29th Deadline
05/25/2017
Applications are now being accepted for our 2017 boys and girls college...
PCA Double Goal Coach Award
05/23/2017
  A quick reminder for all LBL families! At the end of each...
LBL Halo Headbands
05/18/2017
We have some Halo headbands ($10 each) and one pair of ladies...
Lax-A-Palooza Sponsors
05/18/2017
Lax-a-Palooza excitement is growing, as the registrations are rolling...
LBL Support of the Snipes Athletic Fields
05/15/2017
A quick update on our original note regarding the new athletic complex....
Registration for Lax-a-Palooza Now Open
05/10/2017
What is Lax-a-Palooza? It’s LBL’s end of the season festival...
Summer Lacrosse Opportunities
04/02/2017
As we learn about summer lacrosse camps and activites we will continue...
2017 LBL Discount at Dick's
02/13/2017
Did you miss our LBL Day at Dick's Sporting Goods that was held...
 
2017 LBL College Scholarship - May 29th Deadline

Applications are now being accepted for our 2017 boys and girls college scholarships.

The Stephanie Magnone Award (girls program) is named after the LBL Girls’ founder. Coach Magnone embodies the traits described in LBL’s mission, and this scholarship will be awarded to the female applicant(s) who most exemplify these characteristics.
 
The Jerry Middlemiss Award (boys program) is named after Jerry Middlemiss, a founder of the Lower Bucks Lacrosse Club in 1993.  Coach Jerry, then the Head Coach at Trenton State College and coach of the Hopewell Lacrosse League, recognized the need for the development of a Yardley area club as the sport continued to grow in the Lower Bucks area. 

 

Program Information and Criteria

Lower Bucks Lacrosse will award scholarships this spring to graduating boy and girl high school seniors who will be attending college in the fall.

  • Applicant must be a graduating high school senior in spring 2017
  • Applicant must be planning to attend an accredited college or university in the fall of 2017
  • Applicant must meet minimum GPA requirement 2.8 (on a 4.0 scale)
  • Applicant must have played for at least 1 season with LBL
  • Applicant must submit 1-3 letters of recommendation
  • Applicant must submit completed application and supplements by May 29th

Scholarship candidates will be notified by email during the first full week in June, with an award ceremony at the annual Lax-A-Palooza on June 6th.

 

How to Apply

Complete the 2017 Scholarship online application


by posted 05/25/2017
PCA Double Goal Coach Award

 

A quick reminder for all LBL families! At the end of each season, Lower Bucks Lacrosse recognizes one coach from both the boys and girls programs as its PCA Double Goal Coaching award winner for their dedication to not only develop their players in the game of lacrosse, but more importantly, teaching life lessons through sports.

Since you, the parents, and your children have had the most direct contact with the coaches, we ask you to nominate your coach if you feel they lived up to the PCA way of coaching.

All we ask you to do is email us the name of your coach and a short message as to why you think they should be considered.  Please send the comments to .  The winning coach will receive the award at our annual Lax-a-palooza celebration.

Thank you so much for taking the time to respond.  As a Board, we greatly appreciate your feedback. Feedback must be recived by THURSDAY MAY 25th.


by posted 05/23/2017
LBL Halo Headbands

We have some Halo headbands ($10 each) and one pair of ladies size small shorts ($26) available for immediate pickup. Please contact Jenn Gorski (jenngorski@gmail.com) if you are interested.


by posted 05/18/2017
Lax-A-Palooza Sponsors

Lax-a-Palooza excitement is growing, as the registrations are rolling in! What is a better way to be involved and say thanks to this wonderful organization than by helping us sponsor the event?  Sponsorships help LBL defray the costs of our year-end extravaganza and support the development of future programs.
 
The 3 sponsorship levels are as follows:
 

  • Full Sponsorship: $250 or more - earn your business recognition on our event t-shirt (walking advertisement!!!), a spot on our website’s homepage, and on signage throughout our event  
  • Partial Sponsorship: $150 - your business will receive recognition on our event t-shirt and on signage throughout the event.
  • Friendship Sponsorship: under $150 - your business logo will be included on signage and be mentioned in our president’s welcome speech, where we encourage all of members to continue to support our sponsoring, local businesses

If you are able to help support our organization, please complete the form and mail to the address provided upon submission of your sponsorship. If you want to get on the back the Lax-a-Palooza 2017 t-shirt, the cutoff is Sunday, May 29th!
 
Thank you so much for your consideration.
 
Your LBL Board


by posted 05/18/2017
LBL Support of the Snipes Athletic Fields

A quick update on our original note regarding the new athletic complex. Lower Bucks Lacrosse has partnered with other local organizations and are collectively working together to raise awareness about and support for the development. To that end, we are asking any residents of Lower Makefield Township who support the project to sign the petition available at https://www.change.org/p/gordon-workman-support-the-development-of-the-snipes-tract-for-our-community

Also, there are 2 important meetings coming up, the the LMT Planning Commission on Monday May 22 at 7:30 pm at the township building and a special Board of Supervisors meeting, solely focused on the Snipes Athletic Complex Project, on Tuesday May 30 at 7 pm.  We would appreacite your support in the room for one or both of these meetings.  These next 10 days are important for this project, and our show of support will give the township supervisors the confidence to vote for the project as it exists today.  The time for action is now.


We are writing today to make you aware of, and to ask for your support on a very important project.

Lower Makefield Township is in the final stages of approval for the development of a new park, the Snipes Athletic Complex. If built as planned, the park will have three lighted full-size multi-use fields, one smaller field, and a walking path around the park. (More details on the LMT Homepage)

As an organization, we are hopeful the plan is approved and the fields are built. While we appreciate the fields we currently use at MCP, Charles Boehm and PHS, we are in constant need of additional fields for practices, games, and clinics. Having lights is critical to meet the needs of all our teams and coaches.

If you live in LMT, can you take a few minutes to review the plan? If you agree with our assessment, please consider writing to the Board of Supervisors to express your support for the plan that is being voted on. The topic is on the agenda for Wednesday night's meeting, 7:30 PM at the LMT Township Building, so time is of the essence. We have provided the email addresses for the Board of Supervisors members below.

Thanks,
Dean

Dean Curtis President, Lower Bucks Lacrosse

 

LMT Board of Supervisors

Jeff Benedetto -  

Dan Fritchey -

John Lewis -

Judi Reiss -  

Kristin Tyler -


by posted 05/15/2017
Registration for Lax-a-Palooza Now Open

What is Lax-a-Palooza? It’s LBL’s end of the season festival when all of our teams get together to celebrate the end of a fantastic season of lacrosse!

Date: Tuesday, June 6th (Rain date, Thurs., June 8th)

What: Games of skill, food, awards, whipped cream toss, and a celebration of the fastest game on two feet

When: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Where: Middletown Community Park

Cost: Only $20 per family – Alumni FREE!

Look forward to seeing you there!

>>> Click here to register <<<


by posted 05/10/2017
Summer Lacrosse Opportunities

As we learn about summer lacrosse camps and activites we will continue to post them on lblax.org. Check back often as we expect new info to be added on a regular basis.

  • Bluestar Lacrosse Camp June 26-30 9AM - 3PM in Princeton @ The Hun School - More Info
     
  • Centercourt in Lawrence, NJ
    • Boys & Girls Youth Lacrosse & Activities Camp Featuring Pat Young: This camp is targeted towards the young lacrosse player who is looking to learn the basics of the game & develop their athletic abilities through lacrosse drills, fun games, competitions & agility drills Boys & Girls 0 - 5 years of experience are welcome to attend! More Info
    • Girls Lacrosse ID Camp - ID Camps are for players interested in having a challenging lacrosse experience & for those interested in joining our club team program. Our professional coaches will run players through competitive drills and games while receiving excellent instruction. Each camper receives a comprehensive evaluation. Each camper will receive 30 min of mental training/leadership instruction daily. More Info
    • Boys Lacrosse Camp - Featuring Pat Young: This camp is a high-level lacrosse camp aimed at boys looking to take their game to the next level. Strength & Conditioning included in each day of camp run by professional S&C trainers.   More Info
    • Speed Lacrosse - SPEED Lacrosse gives players a unique opportunity to focus on fundamentals and stick skills while competing in a fun and competitive setting. The 40yd x 20yd shortened field, which includes Box Lacrosse goals, forces players to move the ball frequently and think fast. More Info
  • Conwell-Egan Catholic High School Boy’s Half-Day Summer Lacrosse Camp Monday July 24-Friday July 28 - More Info
     
  • Holy Ghost Boys Lacrosse Camp June 26-30 9AM - 3PM - More Info

by posted 04/02/2017
2017 LBL Discount at Dick's

Did you miss our LBL Day at Dick's Sporting Goods that was held on Sunday February 12th? It's not too late to save on your lacrosse purchases. As part of our sponsorship agreement, LBL members can save 10% all year on select items. Use the coupon attached here or download it and print at home.


by posted 02/13/2017
Field Status
Boehm MS #1 - Yardley OPEN (5/28) 
Boehm MS #2 - Yardley  -- 
Boehm MS #3 - Yardley OPEN (5/28) 
MCP #1 - Langhorne TBD (5/28) 
MCP #3 - Langhorne TBD (5/28) 
MCP #4 - Langhorne TBD (5/28) 
Pennsbury HS - Fairless Hills TBD (5/28) 
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