Welcome to Norwood Youth Lacrosse

Our Mission: To provide a youth lacrosse program to the Town of Norwood that allows an opportunity for boys to learn the game of lacrosse and develop skills in a safe, organized and enjoyable environment.  Emphasis is geared towards development, sportsmanship and fun.  Winning and individual accomplishments are not a primary focus of the program. 

Registration for Spring 2017 is Open!

Normal registration will be open until December 7th.  Late registration will be from December 8th to January 7th and will carry an additional late fee.  It is extremely important to register as soon as possible so we can accurately register the correct number of teams at each level and avoid having teams with too many players. 

by NYL posted 11/08/2016
Required Equipment

Every player needs the following equipment:


If you need equipment, local merchants include:

by NYL posted 10/22/2016
Player Concussion Risk Assessment and Baseline Testing

Marathon Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine in conjunction with Norwood Youth Lacrosse is offering concussion baseline testing for its players.

Concussion Baseline Testing

Marathon Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine in conjunction with Norwood Youth Lacrosse is offering concussion baseline testing for its players.  Concussion awareness and treatment has become an essential concern for families of young athletes.  Marathon is offering a great service at their Norwood location.  We encourage you to read more about the testing and Marathon’s offering.

What is baseline testing? Baseline testing is a pre-season exam conducted by a trained health care professional. Baseline tests are used to assess an athlete’s balance and brain function (including learning and memory skills, ability to pay attention or concentrate, and how quickly he or she thinks and solve problems), as well as for the presence of any concussion symptoms. Results from baseline tests (or pre-injury tests) can be used and compared to a similar exam conducted by a health care professional during the season if an athlete has a suspected concussion.

Baseline testing should take place during the pre-season—ideally prior to the first practice. It is important to note that some baseline and concussion assessment tools are only suggested for use among athletes ages 11 years and older.
How is baseline testing information used if an athlete has a suspected concussion? Results from baseline testing can be used if an athlete has a suspected concussion. Comparing post-injury test results to baseline test results can assist health care professionals in identifying the effects of the injury and making more informed return to school and play decisions.

Concussion Risk Assessment
Cost: $25/ athlete
Each athlete will undergo a two part assessment prior to participation in their sports

  • Part I - Evaluation by Physical Therapist or Athletic Trainer.  This involves a cervical assessment, neurological testing, balance testing and strength testing.
  • Part II - Computerized Neurocognitive test using IMPACT software.  This 30 minute computer test measures the athlete’s brain function including memory, processing speed and reaction time.

In the event an athlete suffers what is deemed to be a concussion, he/she can schedule an appointment with Marathon PT to perform a clinical evaluation and take the IMPACT test again.  Results will be measured against their baseline test to determine severity and help guide management and safe return to play.  This initial visit is at no additional cost to the athlete.

Robert Barksdale, MS, PT, CMPT, ATC, CSCS
Director of Sports Medicine Marathon Physical Therapy and  Sports Medicine
99 Vanderbilt Ave.  Norwood, MA 02062 Office: (781) 352-5400

by posted 02/19/2010
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Norwood Youth Lacrosse reserves the right to enforce discipline for inappropriate action of any player on or off the field, up to and including suspension or removal from the program.