Youth Lacrosse for Manassas and Western Prince William County

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Welcome to Brigade Lacrosse! 

We are one of the largest lacrosse clubs for boys and girls in the Northern Virginia area. 
Please check out our website for information on our program. 
We look forward to seeing you on the fields!


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Taylor Cummings Girls Clinic
Taylor Cummings is coming to Western Prince William County to share...
Boys Summer Pick Up Games
Brigade will be hosting free summer pick up games for the Brigade...
2017 General Membership Meeting and Board Elections
Brigade Lacrosse Members/Parents, At the annual membership meeting...
Taylor Cummings Girls Clinic

Taylor Cummings is coming to Western Prince William County to share her lacrosse knowledge and skills with Brigade players.  Who is Taylor Cummings???  Taylor is regarded as the best female collegiate lacrosse player in the country.  Taylor's stats while at Maryland are as follows: First-ever three-time Tewaaraton Award winner for either men or women; Maryland's all-time draw controls leader (509), ranks third in career goals (229), ninth in assists (94) and second in points (323) in 2016; set the Maryland single-season record in draw controls (114) and caused turnovers (52).  Additionally, in 2015, Taylor was nominated for the Best Female College Athlete ESPY Award. She is also a 2015–2016 U.S. National team member.




Clinic Date: November 6, 2017

Location: Gainesville Middle School

Cost: Session = $75.00

         Draw Clinic = $25.00


Sessions (1.5 hours):

Grades 1-5 will be 10:00-11:30

Grades 6-8 will be 1:00-2:30

Draw Clinics (1 hour):

Time: 11:45-12:45


***This clinic will be open for girls living within the Brigade boundary until August 30, 2017.  If space is still available we will open it up to the public.***


***Session assignments are subject to change due to registration numbers***

by posted 06/23/2017
Boys Summer Pick Up Games

Brigade will be hosting free summer pick up games for the Brigade Boys this summer.  Registration is now open.

Those who had issues registering this morning, we believe we have fixed the issue.


Brigade Board

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by posted 06/13/2017
2017 General Membership Meeting and Board Elections

Brigade Lacrosse Members/Parents,

At the annual membership meeting on Wednesday June 28th, held in the Bull Run Community Room A at the Gainesville/Haymarket Library from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., Brigade Lacrosse (MBYL) will be holding elections for open positions of the Executive Committee. Each open position is for *anyone to run* and has a three-year term. This is also a great opportunity for parents and players to come to the meeting and discuss anything on their mind.

Do you have any ideas for the league or would like to become more involved in league operations? This is a perfect time to meet with current and future board members as well as other parents and players to discuss in an open forum.

The open positions for the 2017-2018 year are as follows:

Open Executive Committee, Officers of Brigade:



The nomination committee for the 2017 elections are Shane Canestra, Billy Brown and Trevor Wilkinson.  If you are interested in being added to the ballot for the elections please email Shane Canestra by June 16th 2017.

Shane Canestra

Names for these open positions can also be taken from the floor at the meeting.

All 2017 player families are members who are eligible to vote at the annual meeting. Article VIII of the MYBL Bylaws gives a description of the duties for each position.

There are also Director Positions which are appointed by the Executive Committee after elections have taken place. The Executive Committee and the Directors comprise the full Brigade Lacrosse Executive Board. Open Directorships are:

Girls Director (s) of Team Development:

If you would like to be considered for any of these positions, please contact Jason Marsh ( )or come to the membership meeting and discuss in person.

The operations of Brigade require the support of all of the member families. Each week, you see many volunteers painting field lines, clearing trash and moving game equipment. Of course, this is in addition to all of the fantastic and dedicated coaches. Behind the scenes, the Board works throughout the year to ensure that the programs run as smoothly as possible. We added several new teams and players to our club this season, and still had to turn away many new players. We expect to see this growth continue into next season, so we need all the help we can get.

This is your opportunity to be part of directing the future of Brigade and lacrosse in the western PWC area.

Thank you in advance for your part in making lacrosse the fastest growing sport in Prince William County and the United States.

Brigade Lacrosse

by posted 06/07/2017
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