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Our Philosophy and Approach

LTLC provides a club lacrosse option for talented and passionate players so they can participate in a Community-based program and play with their friends and classmates. 

We offer resources that are equal to or better than local and national club organizations at a much more reasonable cost, by leveraging our access to Baltimore County Recreation and Parks fields, including lighted turf fields.

In addition, we want our players to be afforded the opportunity to play at a high level while still being able to participate in other sports.  While we offer year round training and development opportunities, we want our kids to develop as athletes first and then Lacrosse players.  Our players have the freedom to continue to play and enjoy football, soccer, ice hockey, basketball, rugby and other sports, all of which serve to foster competitive spirit and well-rounded athletes.    

We are committed to having the best coaches that put player development first.  USA Lacrosse Certified Coaches that are invested in the game, your kids and our community.   

Finally, we work to educate and provide parents with perspective as they sift through the many options for club lacrosse for their kids while dispelling the notion that private club teams are the only option.  Click here to read an article that every Lacrosse Parent should know by USA Lacrosse. 

For those players who are not selected for the LTLC Club team, they will be welcome to play for our Rec teams which offer opportunities to play based on age and ability.  

Our Club Goals

  • Focus on player development through player-focused learning
  • Developing players to their highest potential and for the next level of Lacrosse
  • Compete at the intermediary to advanced club level (meeting our athletes where they are) and encourage multi-sport participation

Age-Appropriate Player Development

  • Utilize a Lacrosse Curriculum approach following the USA Lacrosse Player Progression Book
  • Follow age-appropriate training, athletic, and lacrosse learning
  • Provide coaches, parents, and players with a clear set of age-appropriate goals for each season

USA Lacrosse Athlete Development Model

 A focus on the following areas in everything we do with our players:

  • Program Designed for Player Development
  • Multi-Sport Participation
  • Small-Sided Games & Free Play
  • Physical Literacy
  • Trained Coaches
  • Fun and Kid-Centered

Playing other Sports

  • We strongly encourage players to participate in Fall and Winter sports
    • (soccer, football, basketball, hockey, swimming, etc.)
  • Allows players to become multi-dimensional athletes and better develop their physical abilities and prevent injuries.

Coaching / Administration

  • Head Coaches will be USA Lacrosse trained.   
  • All coaches receive training to ensure age-appropriate instruction and player development.
  • Coaches will be committed to their team, not coaching several other teams.
  • We are not part of a national Lacrosse Club organization that places requirements or restrictions on local teams or seeks to generate profits for corporate purposes.
  • Specialty coaches will be utilized for defense, face-offs, and goalies- winter program.
  • Each team will have a designated Team Manager to facilitate all logistics.


TEAMS FOR 2022/2023

2027- Coach- Jeff Lange

2028- Coach- Tim Carroll

2029- Coach- Jamie Pezzulla

2030- Coach- Greg Permison

2031- Coach- Brian Marks

2032- Coach- Matt Urlock

2033- TBD- team formed in the Fall based on interest

LTRC’s Boys Lacrosse administration is led by the Club Director. This NON-PAID position leverages the resources of the larger LTRC Lacrosse program. This curriculum approach helps graduate players each year by focusing on age-appropriate skill and athletic development. 

LTLC Lacrosse Club Director- Jeff Lange


LTLC Club Teams in these age groups are self-funded due to its elective nature. All money collected will go directly toward the Club Teams and administered through LTRC.  Every player is expected to contribute an equal amount to cover the costs.

2022/2023 Estimated Cost per player: $850-950 based on age group.  This is the lowest cost club dues in our area while still providing the SAME benefits of these clubs.  We do this based on the support of sponsors in our community and our partnership with our community based rec council. 

What is covered by the Fee: 

  • Uniform, helmet sticker package and player swag (we do not require parents to pay for shiny helmets, we invest this money in our player development and position coaches)
  • League and referee fees
  • Tournament entry fees
  • Team provided player swag/Uniform package including shooter shirt, socks, helmet sticker package, practice pinneys, backpack or other player gift
  • Indoor field rental fees
  • Winter skills program
  • Specialty skills training with position coaches
  • Rivalry game at USA Lacrosse

Value for Your Money

  • Uniforms and player swag included in our dues
  • Individual Player Assessment provided to parents
  • Participation in MYLA league (team specific)
  • Participation in Greater Howard County Club Lacrosse Conference- largest Club League in the US (team specific)
  • Participation in multiple fall and pre-season spring scrimmages with area clubs and multiple post-season club tournaments
  • Annual Rivalry Game at USA Lacrosse Tierney Field- LTLC is a full day of LTLC vs. some of the best clubs in our area with acces to the hall of fame and team tailgates!
  • Dedicated program goalie training- Colin Rock
  • Dedicated program face-off training- Kevin Frew
  • Dedicated LSM/long pole training- Dan Cocchi
  • ​Priority for turf practices including Seminary Park Turf.  
  • Indoor winter skills sessions
  • Opportunities for Fall play, both indoor and outdoor
  • Opportunities for USA Lacrosse sponsored events- NCAA Games, PLL games/instruction, 6V6 tournaments, etc. 
  • Coach Development Program with USA Lacrosse Training

Yes, why would you go anywhere else!