The Roseville Area Youth Lacrosse Association (RAYLA) is committed to engaging youth from the Roseville area (ISD 623) in the sport of lacrosse.
 
 
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Welcome to the Roseville Area Youth Lacrosse Association
RosevilleLacrosse.org is your one-stop shop for Roseville (MN) Area Youth Lacrosse Association (RAYLA) news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much more. Check back frequently for the latest information!
Homegrown Lacrosse Goalie Clinic for Boys

The Homegrown Lacrosse Summer Goalie Clinic gives Minnesota goalies the opportunity to enter the summer season armed with new concepts and techniques. The clinic is staffed by coaches with extensive experience "between the pipes," and understand the skills and techniques needed to be successful as a goalie.

Each goalie will receive individualized instruction allowing them to take the best advantage of their strengths and minimize their weaknesses. Additionally, goalies will receive critique from the staff on strengths and areas to continue developing.


by posted 05/20/2015
Homegrown Lacrosse LaxFit Training Program for Boys

LaxFit

This program combines lacrosse-specific speed and strength training with high repetition position-specific drills and competitive games. Designed by Chris Molitor, strength and conditioning coach for the Minnesota Swarm and Homegrown Lacrosse co-founder Aron Lipkin, LaxFit focuses on developing strength, explosiveness, speed, power, stability, balance, lacrosse-specific muscle memory and on-field IQ.


by posted 05/20/2015
Homegrown Lacrosse Faceoff Clinic for Boys

Summer Faceoff Clinic

The Homegrown Lacrosse Summer Face-Off Clinic offers players the opportunity to develop extensive face-off skills and knowledge. Each player will receive individualized instruction, breaking down a face-off from start to finish. During camp, staff will go over different strategies and techniques helping players to take the best advantage of their strengths and minimize their weaknesses. 


by posted 05/20/2015
Homegrown Lacrosse Scorpion Series for Boys

Scorpion Series

Scorpion Series is focused on molding the defensive specialist that keeps opposing attackmen and midfielders awake at night. The program, designed by Aron Lipkin, is specifically created to teach players solid defensive fundamentals that they can use in creating their own takeaway and lock down techniques. 


by posted 05/20/2015
Homegrown Lacrosse Sniper Series for Boys

Sniper Series

Sniper Series is a program singularly focused on providing opportunities for attackmen and midfielders (of all ages and skill levels) to learn the proper techniques and strategies necessary to become an elite offensive mind. Each player will receive individualized instruction, be pushed out of their comfort zone, and challenged to improve their skill set. 


by posted 05/20/2015
RAYLA Picnic on June 18

SAVE THE DATE!

 

RAYLA Picnic will be held on June 18, 6-8 PM, at Friends of Roseville Shelter in Central Park, near Dale Street.

2555 Dale St N

Roseville, MN 55113

 

Parent volunteers needed to make this a great event.  

Thursday, May 21 is first meeting to organize and plan is at Roseville City Hall in Aspen Room at 7 PM.  Or contact Mark on how you can help, 


by posted 05/13/2015
Player and Team Pictures!!!

RAYLA Picture Day will be June 1 at Howard Johnson Park.  (1260 Woodhill Dr, Roseville, MN 55113)
 

Teams will take pictures per the below schedules.  Make sure to wear game jerseys.

 

3/4 and U9 – 6 pm

5/6 and U11 – 6:30 pm

7/8 and U 13 – 7 pm

U15 -  7:30 pm


by posted 05/13/2015
New US Lacrosse Youth Rules & Best Practices Guidebooks

New US Lacrosse Youth Rules and Best Practices Guidebooks Now Available


US Lacrosse, the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse, is in the midst of a comprehensive effort to improve the quality of experience for everyone associated with youth lacrosse. A key component of this effort is the development of consistent national rules that are based on the physical, cognitive and psychological development stages of children. The US Lacrosse youth rules have been developed with those stages in mind to focus on player development, team play, sportsmanship and safety.

The Youth Rules and Best Practices Guidebooks are intended as educational tools for players, parents, coaches, officials and administrators to help explain the rules and the rationale behind the rules. The best practices included in these books are as important as the rules. They provide guidelines for youth lacrosse organizations to make sure the emphasis is where it should be – on the health and well-being of the children playing the sport, and their enjoyment and development in the game.


View or download the guidebooks and rules FAQs
posted 05/27/2013
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Roseville Lacrosse Window Clings

$5 Each!



 

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