Frequently Asked Questions

Short answer no. We need kids of higher skill level to play with their peers and it will make those around them better is my simple answer and not meant to be a stubborn one. So happy to discuss as needed. Please don’t hesitate to reach out. This can be a case by case situation; but ideally it’s best for kids to play their age group.

We will, although we prefer to call them “Grad year” teams.  There will be added costs for league fees for the NGLL league… addition to those for the MYLA league. More to come on this…

Through a very fundamental lens. Players that exhibit a more consistent pattern of applying the fundamentals – scooping, cradling, throwing, catching – would be considered at a higher skill level and would be placed as such. Application during the “pace of play” is also evaluated. Understanding space and positioning is helpful but not key at the younger age levels (Tyker). Lighting and up is when we will start to really focus on position skill sets in addition to game IQ, and overall fundamental skill set level.

It varies across age groups. But soft stick will be Saturday AMs. The other age groups play games on Saturdays and/or Sundays. Practice nights and frequency during the week will vary depending on the coaches discretion and field availability.

Please check the website for more information about coaching opportunities or contact Katie Reinke by email –

Our Philosophy


“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.”


The focus of our program will be on the development of the fundamentals of lacrosse from the ground up. Leveraging a “teaching” mentality, our goal will be to create a fun, hardworking, and high character environment to learn the game of lacrosse.

The focus of CMRC Lacrosse will not be about winning or the outcome of the game.  Rather the focus will be on learning the elements and fundamentals of the game that enable us to get better.

The byproduct of following a philosophy like this will lead to great results in the long run. We want kids to fall in love with this game and learn it along the way.

Like many of the youth programs in this area, Carroll Manor too has produced a LOT of GREAT lacrosse players over the years……and it was no accident. It was the hard work of those around this great program.

I want to thank all of you across the community for your continued support of the CMRC Lacrosse Program

CMRC Lacrosse