2020 Spring Lacrosse Online Registration

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Lacrosse is a fast paced, action packed contact sport that combines the field sense of soccer, the teamwork of basketball, and the thrill of hockey. Anyone can play lacrosse, regardless of size. The game requires and rewards coordination and agility, not necessarily brawn.

Lacrosse (often abbreviated as “LAX” for shorthand) is one of the fastest growing sports in the nation with new and growing programs at all our area high schools. Now in our 10th season, the Timberwolves are proud to be one of the largest, premiere community lacrosse programs in the Midwest.

Timberwolves Spring Lacrosse provides excellent conditioning to keep your youth athlete in shape during the offseason for football and cheer. So, if you are a new to lacrosse we welcome you to sign-up. For our returning players, we can’t wait to see you in the spring.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the registration fees for Spring Lacrosse?

Spring Lacrosse registration is $250 with a multi-player discount of $10 per player. If you sign-up prior to January 15, 2019, you will receive an early bird discount of $25.

Do I need to pay the full registration up front or can I sign-up for a payment plan?

Our early bird registrants can pay in full or on a payment schedule over up to 4 months. Here is the payment schedule:

Month 1 (due after 11/11): $60

Month 2 (due after 12/15): $60

Month 3 (due after 1/15): $60

Month 4 (due after 2/15): remaining balance

The amount owed on your initial payment depends on when you register. For example, if you register on November 15, your initial deposit will be $60 and subsequent payments will follow the schedule. However, if you register December 20, your initial deposit will be $120 (Month 1 + Month 2) and you will continue the schedule with the two remaining payments.

You must register by January 15, 2020 in order to qualify for the early bird discount.

How long is spring lacrosse registration open?

Registration is open from Novemer 11, 2019 to March 1, 2020.

What do my registration fees cover?

The Timberwolves are one of the only programs in the Midwest to INCLUDE equipment usage as part of the registration cost. We provide the helmet, pads, gloves, and uniforms – you must have your own stick (who wouldn’t want their own stick anyway?).

What is the Spring Lacrosse practice and game schedule like?

The Spring Lacrosse season starts in late March and ends with play-offs in June. Games are generally scheduled on Sundays, with younger levels playing earlier in the day and older levels playing later in the day. Practices are 2-3 nights a week.

What are the age groupings for Spring Lacrosse?

Teams are based on the age groupings defined by the IBLA - 8U, 10U, 12, and 14U. More information on the age groupings can be found here

Where can I go to learn more about the sport of lacrosse? 

Lacrosse is one of the nation's fastest growing sports and there are great resources available online. One of the best resources for players and parents is YouTube, where you can find instructional videos and watch full lacrosse games and highlights. We have an index of resources available on our website here. We also recommend US Lacrosse as a good place to start.

What is the refund policy? 

All refunds must requested in writing and submitted to the VP of Lacrosse Operations (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Prior to March 1, 2020, full refunds are available. From March 1 to March 31, 2020 a $100 refund is available. No refunds are available after March 31, 2020. 


The Timberwolves Lacrosse program strives to serve our community by providing a competitive, fun, and safe environment where our Lake Villa youths develop as athletes, learn teamwork and the love of the game. We welcome your questions and feedback.