We're glad you're here! Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports in America and White Bear Lake has a tradition of offering a fun and competitive lacrosse experience for boys and girls in elementary up.
The White Bear Lacrosse Association was founded in 2005 as a 301 C Corporation. The purpose of the corporation is to organize and promote youth lacrosse for children living within the geographic boundaries of White Bear Lake and surrounding areas. (I.e. Vadnais Heights, Hugo, Lino Lakes, North Oaks, Gem Lake, Dellwood, and Birchwood) or attending a school within these boundaries but not exclusively, regardless of race, creed, color, nationality, or disability. It is further the purpose of WBLAX to aid youth who participate in this sport.
It is also the purpose of this Corporation to provide a formal means of organizing, financing, and directing said youth lacrosse program exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. Its mission is to promote excellence and integrity in our players and volunteer staff throughout the community, among their families and on the playing field. Our focus is to create a safe, positive, and fun environment firmly rooted in: Player and skill development for all levels
Please click the link to view a letter from our Board President
The WBLAX Gertens Spring Fundraiser has officially kicked off!
What you need to know if you chose to have your player participate in the spring fundraiser:
Here is the 2023 Spring Brochure. Head out in your neighborhood with the brochure or share the information digitally.
To place an order:
Check out the below videos to gain some knowledge on this wonderful game.
View your team or organization calendar while on the go by syncing it to your smart phone. There are two parts to syncing a calendar:
1. Copy the Calendar Feed Link
2. Add the copied link to your Calendar
Follow the instructions in the document linked below.
To be sure you're getting all of our WBLAX Sport NGIN emails, consider reviewing your NGIN profile (for this and any other NGIN-hosted sports your family is a member of). Here's how you do that: