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Welcome to the site of Monticello Lacrosse Club

MLC Mission Statement

To organize, develop, and promote lacrosse in Monticello, Minnesota to honor the game by instilling the values of scholastic achievement, sportsmanship, and athletic development.

FREE Learn to Play Lacrosse Clinics!

The Monticello High School Lacrosse teams will be leading two Learn to Play clinics prior to the youth MLC Spring Season.  Both sessions are FREE and open to Girls & Boys, K - 7th grade, to practice beginner through intermediate lacrosse skills.   Participants will be divided into age and skill appropriate groups.

Choose to attend one or both sessions offered.
Monday, January 23rd | 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Thursday, February 2nd | 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Learn to Play Clinics will take place at the Field House (main gymnasium) at Monticello High School | 5225 School Blvd., Monticello, MN 55362.

Sticks and balls will be provided, but feel free to bring your own if you have one.  MLC board members will be available to discuss equipment needs and recommendations.   We do partner with community suppliers that offer discounts to Monticello Lacrosse Club athletes.

Visit our Registration page to RSVP and review Spring season FAQs!

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Open Board and Coordinator Positions

MLC is a volunteer run organization that relies on the support of our association and community members.  Please consider filling one of these roles to help continue the best experience possible for our players!  Email if you are interested in filling a position. 

Communications Officer
It shall be the duty of the Communications Officer to oversee the Club web site to monitor the club email box & social media; to monitor and assure compliance of all teams related to league required reporting and record keeping; and to manage the game scheduling process.  The Communications Officer will maintain a database of coaches, administrators, players, officials, and school officials and will communicate Club related information to Members, players, coaches, schools, and the press. 

Recruitment & Retention Coordinator
It shall be the duty of the Recruitment & Retention Coordinator to lead recruitment efforts and build club and sport awareness. The Clinic Coordinator shall schedule annual lacrosse clinics. This includes determining a date and time, working with Field Coordinator reserving gym time, coordinating coaches and lacrosse players for instruction, and monitoring registration. Board meeting attendance is required on a bi-monthly basis or as needed.

Clinic & Coach Officer
The Clinic & Coach Officer shall manage coach’s certifications, final season registrations, confirm USA Lacrosse memberships and secure missing memberships.  This position is responsible for working with the board to manage requests to move players within levels through the board and leagues, split rosters as needed and provide all coaches with player information. 

Spring Lacrosse FAQ's

  • Registration period Registration will open in February to ensure uniforms are ordered and our teams are registered with both GNLL (boys’ league) and MSLaX (girls’ league). Late registration will incur additional fees.
  • Spring season Spring season is April through June, ending with playoffs/state tournament June 3rd & 4th.  There are no games over Easter Sunday or Memorial Day Weekend. 
  • Time commitment Practices will be at the coaches’ discretion typically two - three nights a week at Bertram Athletic Fields (most commonly Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday.) Games are played on weekends, with a few weeknight events. Teams primarily play double-headers on Saturdays or Sundays. There are limited weeknight games offered prior to June due to Official’s availability.
  • Flexible payment options Registration fees can be paid up front in one payment or pay in equal monthly installments (1/3 due at time of registration.)  Uniforms must be paid at time of order.
  • Locations MLC’s home fields are located at Bertram Athletic fields. (See below for map and instructions.) There may be occasions where we utilize Pinewood fields and/or have special events at the High School stadium.

Monticello Field Locations

Monticello Youth Lacrosse Practice and Game Field Location:
Bertram Chain of Lakes Athletic Fields
10224 Briarwood Ave NE Monticello, MN 55362

See PDF below for individual field information and field assignment.  Please note that game days there may be adjustments to field assignments to ensure teams with games have access to the correct field. 

Parents and Guests, please use the 2nd entrance (Beach/YMCA access).  Please do not use the first entrance as that is designated for Soccer. No parking or stopping on the road is allowed.  All players must be dropped off in parking lot and not on the side or entrance road. 


Please make sure you have your child's USA Lacrosse membership up to date.  If you did not do it at the time of registration, you'll need to email the USA Lacrosse membership information to the Monticello Lacrosse Club at before the 1st practice.

A reminder that a copy of birth certificates may be required when registering for USA Lacrosse.

League Registrations


All players must be registered online with the MSLAX League. The form is used to collect electronic waiver and code of conduct agreements, emergency contact information as well as verify US Lacrosse memberships which are required. Please click HERE to complete the registration/waiver form.


All players must be registered online with the GNLL Lacrosse League. The form is used to collect electronic waiver and code of conduct agreements, emergency contact information as well as verify US Lacrosse memberships which are required. Access the online registration by clicking HERE.


Equipment Information

Equipment Guide

For information on Lacrosse equipment for Boys & Girls, please see the US Lacrosse Equipment Fit Guide located in the More+ Equipment & Apparel section.

Lacrosse Drills

Lacrosse Drills

See the More+/Resources/Lacrosse Drills menu option for some helpful lacrosse drills to hone your skills!!!