Our goal is to teach girls and boys how to work hard, get better and have fun while playing lacrosse.
We place an emphasis on developing our boys and girls into fundamentally sound lacrosse players.
We will never count a child out! Every child has the potential to improve and make a contribution to their team.
Our coaches will work hard to teach the important fundamental aspects of the game. They will provide a positive learning environment for each of our players, so that they develop a life-time love for playing lacrosse.
The club will not dwell on winning or losing. Our coaches will focus on player development over winning. Victories will be achieved after concentrating on learning how to win ground balls, to successfully throw and catch, positively communicate, work hard, and respect each other.
Coaches will encourage children to practice at home.
Children will earn fair playing time during a game by working hard at practice and in game situations, by listening and coming to practice.
Our players and coaches will respect the officials. Anything less than that is unacceptable because it will be a poor reflection on our organization and our community.
The club will provide our coaches with opportunities to learn more and expand their knowledge about the game of lacrosse in order to enhance our players experience.
While our parents are watching on the sidelines we would ask that that they help support
our philosophy and core values
to positively encourage our players to “work hard” during a game
focus on the children’s effort and not on a child’s execution. As long as they work hard, they will continue to improve!
The Club, their coaches and fans must respect the officials who are calling our games.
It is important to hold players of the Telluride Boys and Girls Lacrosse Club to the code of conduct pledge they agreed to abide by. The following procedure will be used to help ensure the consistent application of our code of conduct.
If the same player breaks the same facet of the code of conduct or another section of the code of conduct, the coach will ask the player to sit-out the remaining portion of either the practice or game.
That player will then be suspended for one game.
At this time, the coach and President of the Telluride Lacrosse club and a coach will meet with the parents to discuss the player’s infraction, and future expectations for abiding by the code of conduct.
The player will sit-out the remaining portion of either the practice or the game.
The coach and President of the TYLA will meet with the parents to discuss the player’s infraction. The President and board will consider either the possibility of another game, or season suspension, or the permanent removal of that player from the our organization. The next step is up to the discretion of the President and board the players’ coach, and a designated individual from the respective boys or girls’ side or the club.