All players 18 and older are welcome to join the league. Sign up as a full team, partial team, or as a free agent and we'll put you on a team. Games are played once a week. We invite lacrosse players of all abilities to join.
All Players Must Provide Their Own Equipment
Field Location: University of Toronto - Varsity Centre: East Field - For Directions Click Here
The Cost 125.00 CAD / Player Includes:
2018 Summer Schedule
Please note, it is a water based turf field at the Varsity Centre so there are no cleats allowed. Please plan to wear tennis shoes for league games.
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AROUND THE LEAGUE...
Varsity Booze 7 vs Queen City 17 July 15, 2018
The Queen City pace continues with an undefeated record
Despite a strong second half performance from the Varsity Booze, it just wasn't quite enough to keep up with the lighting pace of Queen City as they continue their 4 game win streak. With recent excitement over the team's undefeated record, ULAX analytics team deep dove into the stats sheet to try to identify where the key to their success comes from and sure enough last Sunday an unidentified attack, #25 on Queen City lit up the scoreboard with 5 goals and 3 assists. However, without hesitation, a large supporting role from Queen City Kazuki Sato (4G,1A) and big defensive/transition efforts from James Keane. Notable performance from Varsity Booze's star midfielder Christian Beattie (2G,1A) and tendy Andrew Sloan for standing on his head.
Varsity Booze 7 vs Spartans 8 July 8, 2018
Spartans claim first win and are on the up tick
Last Sunday at 8pm the Spartans and the Varsity Booze clashed in a fiercely competitive match up that had fans on the edge of their seats. Both teams were neck and neck by the end of the first half with a tied game at 5-5 with no clear indication who was going to pull away. That same tone carried over to into the second half with both teams trading goals until Spartan's Attack, Will Gibson, emerged out of lacrosse abyss and channeled his inner sniper rifle with a shot that found that back of net to secure the win! 1st Star: Will Gibson (3G, 2A), Spartans 2nd Star: Christian Beattie (3G,2A), Varsity Booze 3rd Star: Graham Knox (1G, Big Defence), Spartans
Queen City 10 vs 905 Squad 8 July 8, 2018
Queen City Takes Over 1st Place in the League
Two heavy weight teams went head to head last week with a close yet very anticipated outcome! An exciting first half, Queen City pulled away with 7 twine ticklers, distancing themselves from the competition. With their newly acquired Tendy (Andrew Shen), Queen City was able to keep the 905 Squad at bay, only allowing 3 against. 905 Squad's Connor Deuchars turned up the heat in the second half by threading 3 passes for 3 goals and closing the score gap, however it wasn't enough as the legend from Japan (Queen City's own Kazuki Sato) found the back of the net for a hat trick, putting the nail in the coffin and securing the big dubb, advancing the team into 1st place in the league. 1st Star: Kazuki Sato (3G,3A), Queen City 2nd Star: McNein Hewitt (4G,1A), 905 Squad 3rd Star: Andrew Shen (Allowed only 3 goals in first half)
Queen City 22 vs Spartans 2 June 24, 2018
Spartans are good sports and Queen City is good at sports
Queen city lit up the stats sheet on Sunday. Big shoutouts out Spartan's Matteo (1G) and Scott Quinn (1G) for destroying any odds of a shutout that Damon Moran (905 Boys Tendy who stepped in for Queen City) may have had. Honourable mention to Spartan's Tendy Dylan Cox for generating serious offence in the first half with multiple end-to-end marathons featuring swim dodges, rolls and some great mid-field collisions that turned a few heads. This tactical effort did end up back firing in the second half with an empty net goal scored by Queen City but at that point no one was too put off by the attempt. Congratulations to Queen City's Attack Stephan Diachenko who set a new ULAX Summer league Points Per Game high with 9 points (3G, 6A).
Varsity Booze 5 vs 905 Squad 11 June 24, 2018
And it don't stop for dem 905 Boys
Last Sunday marked the second game of the year for the 905 Boys and they didn't waste any time with a hot start in the first half. Moving the ball around and finding the back of the net seemed to come easy for 39 year old vet Marc Poiveson (2G) who proved that you can teach an old dog new tricks. It's safe to say that the remaining offence was generated by 905 Boys attack Donald Hill (3G) and Christopher St-Cyr (3G) who by the way should arrive early to next game and register those hands because they were lethal. In the second half the Varsity Booze's Attack Field Burygoyne (3G) began to turn up the heat but efforts cooled down as 905 Boys defence Tommy Watt (3A) forced a few key turnovers and transitioned the ball well out of the zone.