Welcome to the Meadville-Crawford County Lacrosse webpage!
Here, you'll be able to get news, information, schedules, rosters, game results, directions and much more about our lacrosse program.
We started operation in the spring of 2012 to bring lacrosse to youth players in Meadville and Crawford County. We invite interested boys to come out and join our teams. We also invite parents who want to be involved as a coach or an assistant. Prior experience with lacrosse is not required.
The boys program currently involves players from 6th through 12th grade and fields a high school team and a middle school team.
ImPACT testing 03/04/2014 ImPACT testing for High School players will be conducted at the Meadville...
ImPACT testing for High School players will be conducted at the Meadville Senior High on Friday March 7 at 4 PM. This is required for players in 9th and 11th grades. Please be there early and then head over to the practice on Bender field after the test.
The Meadville - Crawford County boys lacrosse program is proud to be a US Lacrosse First Stick Team.
This very generous grant program provides free equipment for players and several other benefits to make lacrosse accessible to the boys in our community. There is equipment available for loan in small, medium, and large sizes.
If you would like to give the game a try and use the free equipment, please click on
of your interest. Please include your contact information plus the players weight, height and school grade.
The Crawford Central School District has added boys lacrosse as a spring high school sport beginning with the 2013-14 school year. The High School boys lacrosse team participates in District 10 of the PIAA (Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association).
The move to a PIAA team adds a few additional registration requirements to include: a Pre-participation Sports Physical, a couple school forms, the IMPACT test (at 9th, 11th grade) and the student must maintain academic eligibility. High school boys in the Crawford Central high schools (Meadville and Cochranton) are encouraged to come out and play. A student from a neighboring school district which does not have lacrosse may submit a request to play on the Meadville High School team.
The Meadville high school lacrosse team will remain self funded and also continue to operate as a US lacrosse program.
The middle school boys team remains a US Lacrosse club team and is open to players from outside of Crawford Central.