Fall Season Info | Utah Lacrosse Association

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Youth Fall Lacrosse General Info:


Registration Opens Mid July
Practices Start Mid August
Games Start Saturday after Labor Day
Games End (regular season) 3rd Saturday in October 
Post-Season (playoffs/all-star games) NO PLAYOFFS IN FALL


CLICK HERE  to view a complete detailed list of  Fall 2016 Important Dates


Fall Season Outline:

Registration: To register for the fall season (CLICK HERE) and select the age-appropriate league you wish to register for.

  • NOTE: All players must have a current US Lacrosse membership in order to complete the league registration (membership cannot expire before 10/31/current year)
    • USL memberships are valid for 12 months, required for liability/insurance purposes, and members recieve monthly issues of Lacrosse Magazine 
  • To create or renew your US Lacrosse membership please visit www.uslacrosse.org or CLICK HERE

Age-Groups: All Leagues are GRADE BASED as follows 

  • 7th and 8th graders - Junior League
  • 5th and 6th graders - Thunder League
  • 3rd and 4th graders - Lightning League
  • K through 2nd graders - Storm League



  • All teams at every age-group will play SIX games 
  • All games are played on Saturdays between 9am-4pm


  • Game Schedules released at least one week prior to the first day of games, and posted on the website available at anytime under the "team pages" section of the website
  • All game schedules are created and distributed by the Intermountain Lacrosse staff
  • Practice schedules are the responsibility of each team and coach to determine and communicate to their parents and players


  • Although practice schedules are the responsibility of each team, IMLAX does mandate limitations to the duration of each practice (2 hours) and how often teams can practice.
    • Junior and Thunder teams are not allowed to practice in excess 3 times per week
    • Lightning and Storm teams are not allowed to practice in excess of 2 times per week.

Post-season/Playoffs: There are no playoffs at any age-group in the fall season. Only a six game regular season. The spring season offers playoffs at both the Junior and Thunder levels, and an All-star game for the Lightning league. Spring is the primary season for lacrosse and why the spring is a longer regular season (8 games) and offers post-season play.