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K-2​nd Instructional Skills Clinic Dates: Sunday mornings beginning the end of April running through the beginning of June

This year we will continue to offer Boys K-2​nd​ Instructional Skills Clinic on Sunday mornings. The clinic will be run by multiple Coaches and will include some of our Holmdel Varsity High-School Players when available. For the past several years we have had overwhelming success with our K-2nd Clinic with approximately fifteen 3​rd​ graders moving onto our competitive teams in the Coastal Lacrosse League and feeding our program each year. We will also set up a few controlled scrimmages with surrounding towns to get the boys the feeling of playing in game situations.

Registration Fee for Instructional League: $100 Registration starts Monday, January 8th and runs through the end of March.

Additional parent volunteers are needed for the clinic!!! No experience Needed!

Required Equipment for the K-2​nd​ Instructional Skills Clinic:
Helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, arm pads, mouth guard, athletic supporter, cleats, stick (soft​ mesh).

We strongly suggest you talk to the salespeople as some equipment runs large or small and thus there is an element of tailoring to your child. There are also several stores that offer “starter kits” at a reduced rate for the entire package.

GRADES 3/4, 5/6 AND 7/8

3rd Grade - 8th Grade Teams – 2nd ​ week of March thru Early- June (practice 2-3 days per week)
 $175 Early Bird registration fee starts Monday, January 8th and ends Monday, February 5th .
 $200 Regular registration fee starts on Tuesday, February 6th. Leagues do close so register early.

We will offer competitive boys’ teams for the Spring 2024 Season. There will be at least one team each in the 3rd/4th grade level, 5th/6th grade level, and 7th/8th grade level. We hope to offer two teams in each age group – one for more experienced players and one for beginner players learning the sport. There will also be some 2nd graders who will be invited to play up one grade level on the 3/4 team and may be some 4th graders invited to play on the 5/6 team. We encourage kids with little to no experience to come out and try the sport and learn the game. No experience is required, but for safety reasons and to ensure a positive experience for everyone, ALL players with no game experience will start on the beginner team. Coaches will use discretion to move kids from team to team as necessary, taking into account practice attendance, skill, effort, etc. We also aim to enter the teams in each age level in at least one tournament in the appropriate competition level during the season. The Tournament Teams will be selected by the Coaches and every effort will be made to include as many kids as feasible.

Holmdel Youth Lacrosse competes in the Coastal Lacrosse League with 10 other towns. This is a town only league which is intended to keep the level of competition balanced. There will be a full schedule which will include standings, playoffs and championships for the 5/6 and 7/8 Teams. As per U.S. Lacrosse guidelines, the 3/4 teams will play a modified game of 7v7 on a smaller size field that is an excellent way for the kids to learn stick skills, get more touches on the ball and learn the game.

Required Equipment for ALL Players:
Helmet, gloves, shoulder pads, arm pads, mouth guard, athletic supporter, cleats, stick (soft​ mesh).

We strongly suggest you talk to the salespeople as some equipment runs large or small and thus there is an element of tailoring to your child. There are also several stores that offer “starter kits” at a reduced rate for the entire package.




Registration Opens: January 9

HYAA will be offering an instructional skills lacrosse clinic for girls in grades K- 2. This clinic is a fun way for girls to learn the fundamentals of the sport and to learn from experienced players.  As we have done in the past, our goal is to include Holmdel High-school girls players to help instruct.

Required Equipment: Stick (junior stick or regular stick cut to the right size), goggles, mouth guard. Per US Lacrosse, equipment must meet certain approved standards. Please go to US Lacrosse for approved eyewear and sticks.

Please register on to TeamSnap and we will keep you posted on timing and location. We aim to have weekly lacrosse clinics on Saturday mornings starting in April.

Registration fee for Instructional Clinic: $100

WE NEED YOUR HELP!!  This clinic will not be possible unless we get parent volunteers.  Please contact the HYAA office if you can head up this clinic or assist ([email protected]).

HYAA 2024 Girls Lacrosse Program Overview

HYAA will offer three girls lacrosse teams for the Spring 2024 Season – combined 3rd and 4th grade, 5th
and 6th, and 7th and 8th.

Team Program Offering:

  • All levels welcome (first-time players, intermediate, expert) for all three teams.
    $175 early bird registration starts on January 9 and ends on February 5.
    $200 regular registration fee applies after February 6
  • Team Season starts in early March and will continue up to late May/early June.
  • Practices are usually twice per week before games begin and then usually once or twice per week once the games start. Target practices are Wednesdays and Fridays but this is subject to change.
  • Games usually occur twice per week, one during the week and one on Friday/Saturday. This is subject to scheduling, school vacation, weather.
  • 10-12 games plus one tournament at the end of the season in early June.
  • Coastal Lacrosse League Participant (“CLL”)

Grades 3rd -4th : The 3/4 league is a combination of competitive play and an excellent intro to first-time players. The girls play 7vs7 on a shortened field, mostly without goalies. Two to three pass minimum before shooting.
Grades 5th -6th : At this level the girls will play full field/full squad lacrosse. The competition level is higher at this age group, with league records kept and playoff contention. Goalies for all games. League play in the CLL.
Grades 7th -8th : Full field/full squad lacrosse. Legaue play in the CLL with playoffs and standings.

Equipment: All participants will be required to wear US Lacrosse Certified Goggles, Stick, Mouth guard, and cleats.

Team Uniforms: Uniforms can be purchased upon request.

Volunteers: HYAA is a volunteer organization. We can always use parents to participate in many ways. There is a specific need for assistant coaches to help the head coach manage practices and the sidelines during games.


Boys and Girls Lacrosse Newsletter

Boys Lacrosse at the Pingry Tournament.  Still smiling through the rain!

Boys Lacrosse at the Pingry Tournament.  Still smiling through the rain.

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Calendar of Events

Injury Report Form

In case of an injury sustained during an HYAA event, please print and complete the Injury Report Form and return it to the HYAA office. Please complete all relevant parts of the form.

Boys and Girls Lacrosse 2023

2023 was a history making year for the Holmdel Lacrosse Program.  Our 5/6 Boys and Girls Teams both won the very competitive Coastal Lacrosse League (“CLL”) with the Girls defeating a very tough Rumson Fair Haven team 9 to 7 and the Boys beating Wall 9 to 6 in the Finals which were hosted at Middletown’s Nutswamp Fields.  The girls team capped off an undefeated season – a first for the program.   The Holmdel Crowd was out in full force including Superintendent of Schools Dr. Scott Cascone.  It was an evening the kids will not soon forget.  It also marked the first time in our programs 11-year history that any of our teams won the championship – let alone two in one night!  Our 7/8 teams also enjoyed a very successful year advancing to the playoffs where the boys fell in a hard fought game against Shark River in the first round.  The girls 7/8 advanced to the Semi-Finals beating Shore in the Quarter-finals before falling to eventual champion Rumson in the Semi-Finals.  The team's advancement to the Semi’s was also a first in history.  All in all a very successful season for Holmdel lacrosse.


Contact us

Game Schedule

Field Locations

HYAA Lacrosse Fields

Girls Lacrosse:

Village School (67 McCampbell Rd, Holmdel, NJ 07733)

Boys Lacrosse:

Cross Farm Park(10 Longbridge Rd and Route 520, Holmdel, NJ 07733)

Ackerson Park(17 Crape Myrtle Dr, Holmdel, NJ 07733)

Lacrosse Referee Vouchers


HYAA has moved from a paper referee voucher to an online form.  Once you have officiated a game, please fill out the form using the google link below.  You can record one game per form (boys and girls).  Ex.  If you ref three games on one date, you need to submit three forms.  You do not have to put address, social, email and phone on every form, just your first form of the season, but you do have to put your name on every form.  We pay once, at the end of the month.  Your check will be mailed unless otherwise advised.

Any questions, please contact the HYAA office at [email protected].

Coaches Corner

Coaches Handbook - If an HYAA coach would like a copy of the Coaches’ Handbook or the Skill Guidebook, please contact your League President