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2018 NJJLL - AA Division Champions!!

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Tewksbury Lacrosse - Our 25th Anniversary!

Toughness.  Speed.  Skill.  Sportsmanship.


Tewksbury Boys Lacrosse is one of the oldest continuously run lacrosse programs in our area with more than two decades experience hosting the youth program.  Tewksbury belongs to the North Jersey Junior Lacrosse League (NJJLL) in Division AA - Group 4 and we follow the guidance of our national governing body, US Lacrosse.  In two of the initial 3 years since the NJJLL began a championship format, our program has reached the finals, winning the 2018 event.  Starting with our youngest participants, we continuously build lacrosse skills, body strength, mental and physical grit, and game "IQ" in our players through the 8th grade, preparing our boys for competition in high school.  We also have a strong tradition of our players going on to play at the highest levels of the sport (see Tewksbury Laxers Excel on the right) and welcome the opportunity to provide your son with the same training and guidance.

The Boys organization also runs our community's co-ed Soft Toss program which introduces the sport to our Pre-K "athletes".  Fundamentals with an emphasis on FUN!

Interested players in all neighboring towns are welcome including Lebanon Twp., High Bridge, Califon, Bedminster, Readington, Hampton and Peapack-Gladstone.  


$185.00 - Equipped lacrosse - Grades 1st-8th.  Practice 2x per week, 8-14 games - Tournaments.
$ 50.00 - Soft Toss Lacrosse - Grades PK - 2nd - Co-Ed - Play on Saturday mornings.
Family discounts apply for multiple registered children!

VALUE:  Fees cover our use of playing fields including pre-season access to the Voorhees High School turf facilities; coaches training, certification and background checks; player training equipment including bounce-backs and shooting nets; practice pinnies and game day materials such as goals, balls and first-aid kits; NJJLL league dues and referees payments; and, TAA insurance and infrastructure contributions.  From time-to-time we invite guests in for inspirational talks and to run clinics.  Fees also cover the costs of our year-end picnic with food, games and prizes for players and their entire families.  Players registered in the spring also receive no-fee training in the summer and fall, as well as low-fee access to indoor winter lacrosse.

The TAA and the Boys Lacrosse program want every interested child to be able to participate in our sports.  If you require financial assistance, not a problem.  Simply request a private and confidential Scholarship within the registration process.

UNIFORMS: [NOTE:  Soft Toss Players DO NOT ORDER A UNIFORM--a custom T-shirt is included in your participation!!]  Uniforms are ordered during the registration process.  In 2019, the previous manufacturer of our uniforms discontinued the style we have been using the past many years so we needed to purchase new uniforms.  The style we moved to will be a sublimated reversible that offers personalization by name and number in a timeless design while adding the flexibility to change colors (home/away) as needed.  Sizing will be handled by coaches once we close registration.  Note also that 8th graders receive player-designed uniforms for their final year of Tewksbury Boys Lacrosse, items also completed in the registration process.

REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:  Players must provide their own equipment.  Please see Required Lacrosse Equipment in the right column under Links for a list of the gear needed to play lacrosse.  Lacrosse equipment is sold at most sporting goods stores.  If you go to Darrow's in Whitehouse or Universal Lacrosse in Somerville, mention "Tewksbury Lacrosse" for an additional discount.  The program also has used gear that we're happy to lend out.  Please contact your coach for more information.  Donating equipment??  We'd happilly take your idle gear and find it a new home!  Please send a note to Mike Bruton at [email protected]

US LAX MEMBERSHIP:  Membership with US Lacrosse is required for all players EXCEPT for Soft Toss.   The registration process will ask for your player's current USL member number. It is important that participants in the Boys Lacrosse program sign-up directly with USL and independently manage their membership.  Benefits include supplemental insurance, discounts to USL merchandise and events, news and information to help player development as well as a subscription to Lacrosse Magazine.  SWEET!!  Please go to the USL website for more information:

 All our coaches are generous and committed volunteers who are dedicated to the kids' safety and development.  Each must go through background checks and complete the US Lacrosse Level I Coaching Education Program (CEP) and SafeSport training.  We further encourage our coaches to attend local and regional lacrosse training programs and to earn continuing education credits online.  For enhanced player on-field care, we support attendance at general first-aid, concussion awareness and CPR courses.

Come join the fastest game on two feet!!

This is how you do it!

Note the form...low to the ground, eyes on the ball, stick near-parallel, moving through the ball.

News & Updates

Spring Season: 

Contact your coach for more details or email [email protected]

Congratulations 2019 MOC 4th Grade Champions!!

Tewksbury Laxers Excel

We are proud to know that many players who went through the Tewksbury Boys Lacrosse program have excelled after they leave our care. From the college ranks of D1, D2 and D3 programs to U.S. National teams and high-profile coaching positions, our boys represent Tewksbury beyond town lines. See below for a list of players who have gone on to bigger and brighter pursuits:

Adam Schlauch - Muhlenberg College
Alex Castle - Colgate University
Alexander Andrejewski - MIT
Andrew Bevan - Colgate University
Anthony Raposo - Stevens Institute of Technology
Ben Smith - Connecticut College
Ben Francis - Rutgers University
Brad Hagen - Hamilton College
Chase Malatesta - St. Lawrence University
Chris Ceramie - Rochester Institute of Technology
Chris Stanaback - University of Arizona
Christian Klipstein - Bucknell University
Christian Pung - United States Air Force Academy
Clem McNally - Tufts University
Dan Cocoziello - Princeton University
Danny Varga - Drexel University
Dave Rinaldi - Susquehanna University
Don Stephan - Dartmouth College
Drew Flagler - Richard Stockton College of NJ
Ed Smith - Beloit College
Eric Rogers - Middlebury College
Evan MacAbee - Loyola (MD) University
Fred Reisen - Colorado College
Garret Thul - Army - US Military Academy - West Point
Gavin Bennett - Ohio Wesleyan University
Gordon Convery - Bowdoin College
Greg Wallace - Limestone College
Jamie Smith - Amherst College
Jack Vajda - Le Moyne College
Jaz Zanelli - Bucknell University commit
Jim Savage - Texas A&M University
Jonathan Robinson - Muhlenberg College
Jonathan Ruben - US Merchant Marine Academy
Kevin Parnham - Penn State University Commit
Kyle Stephenson - University of Michigan
Luke LaMarca - Muhlenberg College
Matt Loy - Penn State University
Mitch Hagen - Haverford College
Phil Thebault - Brown University
Phips Smith - Connecticut College
Ralph D'Agostino - Syracuse University/Furman University U.S. U-19 National Team, Gold Medal Winner
Reaves Klipstein - Army - US Military Academy - West Point
Rob Thompson - Lycoming College
Robert Diaz - Denison University
Ryan Klipstein - Bucknell University
Ryan Palmer - Rutgers University commit
Ryan Short - Lynchburg College
Ryan Wall - Albright University
Sean Donnelly - Hobart College
Stephen Soltesz - Virginia Wesleyan College
Stuart Goss - Wheeling Jesuit University
Tom Smith - Bucknell University
Tyler Randolph - Kean University
Will Ferraro - Providence College commit
Will Melick - Moravian College
Willie Stanaback - University of Arizona
Zach Raposo - Stevens Institute of Technology

If you know of other Tewksbury players missing from this list or if there is more these boys have done for the sport of lacrosse, please let us know: [email protected]