General Program Information

Lacrosse PlayerCMRC is a member of the Maryland Youth Lacrosse Association (MYLA) and their guidelines for age groups are determined based on the player’s age as of 9/1/2020. Therefore, birthdate pre-empts grade. The Boys and Girls Age Groups are as follows:

  • Boys and Girls with Soft Stick (Coed)
  • Ages 3-4 (DOB: 9/1/15-8/31/17)
  • Clinic (K and 1st)
    Ages 5-6 (DOB: 9/1/13-8/31/15)
  • Tykers (2nd and 3rd)

    Ages 7-8 (DOB: 9/1/11-8/31/13)

  • Lightning (4th and 5th)
    Ages 9-10 (DOB: 9/1/09-8/31/11)

  • Midgets (6th and 7th)
    Ages 11-12 (DOB: 9/1/07-8/31/09)

  • Juniors (8th and 9th)
    Ages 13-14 (DOB: 9/1/05-8/31/07)

Lacrosse Contact Information

Thomas Spray-Fry
Lacrosse Chairperson

Boys Lacrosse Commissioner

Katie Reinke
Girls Commissioner


3D Lacrosse3d Lacrosse Partnership

We are proud to continue for the 2021 lacrosse season our partnership between Carroll Manor Lacrosse and 3d Lacrosse.

3d Lacrosse is committed to delivering a superior club team experience for players and families across the country. Just like everything else we do at 3d, we believe that training in the Box / Field Hybrid™ Development System sets us apart from many in the industry.   Our combination of exceptional coaches who are carefully trained in the “Box / Field Hybrid™ Development System,” superior training with consistent instruction, and thoughtfully planned tournament competition is unique and unlike anything most players have ever experienced in the club world. 3d Lacrosse uses the Development System to create and hone skills required for competition at the youth and high school level. We are confident that our training strategies will prepare your players for the best competition in the nation.

The 3d mission is simple: develop individual players to their fullest potential, and for high school players, make sure college coaches know who they are. Our deep connections in the lacrosse community, coupled with participation in top national tournaments, give high school players their best chance to be seen and recruited by NCAA coaches.