All players 18 and older are welcome to join the league. Sign up as full team, partial team, or as a free agent and we'll put you on a team. We invite lacrosse players of all abilities.
All Players Must Provide Their Own Equipment
Field Location: Chaparral Park (South Field) - CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS
The Cost 115.00.00 / Player Includes:
2019 Spring Schedule
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Playing with friends? Sign up as a free agent, enter the names of the players in your group in the "friends who also play in this league" field when registering (all players in the group must register prior to the deadline to guarantee placement on the same team).
Signing up solo? Register as a free agent and we'll place you on a team (space is limited)
NOTE: All players must pay via PayPal to complete registration, however, you do not need a PayPal account to do so, just have a Debit / Credit card ready when registering.
Registration Deadline: Feb. 27, 2019 ($20.00 Late Registration Fee After Deadline)
ULAX Jersey (required in order to play) - Custom Unis accepted if pre-approved by the league (be sure to reach out to Powell Lacrosse for your custom uni needs. Tell them ULAX sent you to receive the discounted rate!)
Games will be played rain or shine unless there is severe weather. We will send a league wide email to notify all players of any cancellations.
No refunds will be issued after the first registration deadline. In case we have to cancel the season due to extenuating circumstances (e.g., inclement weather), we will provide a pro-rated refund based on the number of games played. Five games constitutes a "season" - i.e. No refunds will be issued after five games.
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AROUND THE LEAGUE...
Maricopa 3 vs Desert Heat 14 March 17, 2019
Neither team decided to show up, despite the score. Both team from the previous game had to take place for most of both teams this game so it became a repeat of the first game. Zach Handy still hasnt lost a face and enjoys reminding his team mates that he likes staying out there for longer than just the face, dont let that body fool you, he has speed and endurance. Rag tag offense for Maricopa combined with missing players made it hard for them to get the ball rolling, quite literally. Desert Heat gave Maricopa's goalie Simon a good shooting practice but Simon stood his ground making his share of saves. Lets hope both teams can get rosters for the next week.
Otterpops 13 vs Beers After 3 March 17, 2019
Costly turnovers were the name of the game for Beers After. For the 2nd straight week, their offense couldnt find a spark despite a few guys playing well enough for possession time and some quick handed goals. A faceoff winner would help get them over the slump but the defense had to go to work immediately and didnt clock out until the final whistle was blown. Goalies making saves left and right for Beers but Otterpops peppered the goal with enough shots to make it irrelevant. Ian Grey had his first hat trick of the season, with his team playing like they have for the last 7 seasons.
Desert Heat 13 vs Beers After 3 March 3, 2019
Desert Heat's Zack Handy maintained his faceoff dominance by, well, dominating. He didnt lose a single faceoff, giving his offense plenty of time to tire out Beers After's defense and run the score up quickly in the first half. Tired and a goalie change, the 2nd half was a much closer game with a goalie change and the Beers After's offense able to get the ball and hold it. Dan Nelson did a casual somersault during his faceoff, to keep the fans interested. Ryan Berns had a break away open net shot, only to hit it off of Dillon Weaver's foot, 1 of 3 shots that would hit Dillon during the game. Beer's goalie stood on his head at some points in the 2nd half to save some point blank shots while taking it up the field for a solo clear more than once. Stay tuned to see if Beers After can get it together for the next game.
Otterpops 19 vs Maricopa 6 March 3, 2019
Even with a depleted team, the Otterpops picked up right where they left off...dominating every side of the ball. 7 players showed up and luckily a few players from other teams were there early enough but that still left the pops man down on offense for 80% of the game. Faceoffs were won and clears were pressured to keep the ball in their offenses hands the whole game. Maricopa showed promise at attack, using what valuable time they could get the ball, to move it fast and score.