Boys Lacrosse Overview

Boys Lacrosse Overview

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Lacrosse showcases the best of sports — speed, athleticism, skill, heart, determination — and it’s a recipe for a lifelong love affair. Originated by Native Americans, lacrosse is North America's first sport and has picked up tremendous momentum in recent years. No other sport is growing faster at the high school or college level, resulting in countless opportunities for young men to make their mark.

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Policies and Forms

Click the links below to download the corresponding policy document or form. You can also find these documents in the document repository.


Player/Parent Agreement

IHSAA Interim Health Questionnaire (10th and 12th)

IHSAA Physical Exam Consent (9th and 11th)

USA Lacrosse Concussion Acknowledgement


Participation Policies

USA Lacrosse Membership

USA Lacrosse Membership

SWILA requires each player to be a member of USA Lacrosse. There are many membership benefits, but most importantly, the insurance policy protects participants, bystanders, and property from injury.

You can renew your son's membership online at, or during registration you will be able to look up your son's renewal date and automatically be directed to USA Lacrosse's website for renewal before being able to continue with your registration. The annual high school membership player fee is $35.00.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

What is expected from a Mavericks Lacrosse Player and Parent?

Although the bulk of fundraising labor is provided by the boys, the program cannot function without parent volunteers performing all the various duties that keep the club running throughout the season.  At the end of the year banquet, the club will elect new officers, but, there are many other ways to be involved with the program that are just as important. Without multi-parent involvement, this program cannot exist.

All chair positions can be co-held, so partner up with a friend and sign up for the position that best suits your talents, abilities, interests, and time allotment. This is a great way to meet other parents on the team and many positions require just a few hours of help a season.

Please look over the opportunities listed below. You will be given the opportunity to select the areas that you would be interested in volunteering at any of the parent meetings as well as throughout the season.

Chair Positions:

Work with the executive board and parent volunteers to plan, train, and assign duties.  

Scoretable Chairs (1 Varsity, 1 JV) - 

Field/Game Day Chair - 

Fundraising Chairs(2) -  

Apparel Chair - 

End of Year Banquet Chair - 

Senior Game Chair (Non Senior Parent) - 

Team Dinners Chairs (1 Varsity, 1 JV) - 

Social Media Chair - 

Travel Chair - 


Typical Costs

  • Dues: $525
  • USA Lacrosse: $35
  • Travel: $150
  • Equipment: Varies

Seasonal Costs

Annual dues are set each season by the Executive Board after the budget is determined and an initial count of players is established. The dues will be announced at the first general club meeting in the fall. Average dues around the Valley run between $500.00 to $750.00 per player. These dues, along with fundraising, cover the essential costs of the program, such as field rental and maintenance, travel fees, uniform attire, coach salaries, referee fees, and equipment needs such as re-stringing nets, purchasing and refurbishing lacrosse balls, field paint, etc.

Our goal is to help ease the cost on families by trying to keep the club running safely and efficiently and helping to offset the dues through fundraising events and donations.

Dues will only be collected online through the registration process on this site.

Other Costs to Budget

  • Equipment- See Equipment List page if items are worn out and need to be replaced.
  • US Lacrosse annual membership- $35.00
  • Contributing food to a Group Team Dinner


  • End of Season Awards Banquet -$10-$20 per person. Athletes' dues cover their meal.
  • Personal travel to out-of-town pre-season games/tournament.
  • Spirit Wear

Concussion Information

Concussion Information

General Concussion Information

Concussions are a type of brain injury that can range from mild to severe and can disrupt the way the brain normally works. Concussions can occur in any organized or unorganized sport or recreational activity and can result from a fall or players colliding with each other, the ground, or obstacles. Concussions occur with or without loss of consciousness, but the vast majority occur without loss of consciousness.

In accordance with House Bill 632 Section 33-1625, the Mountain View High School Lacrosse Club has provided the information below for coaches, parents, and athletes, concerning the Identification and Management Strategies regarding concussions. We encourage all coaches, parents, and athletes to educate themselves about the recognition and treatment of concussions. It is required that each player and one parent of that player complete St. Luke's Sports Medicine Concussion Clinic biannually. 


Concussion Resources

Concussion Forms

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