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About Flower Mound Lacrosse

Welcome to Flower Mound Lacrosse! Our Mission...

Flower Mound Lacrosse Association (FMLA) is a community based lacrosse program that is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity and non-profit organization dedicated to fostering and promoting a safe, disciplined, respectful, and team-oriented program where boys  and girls (1st - 12th grade) can learn the fundamentals of lacrosse, develop skills to be competitive in the game, as well as build the essential characteristics of good sportsmanship along with strong character.

Denton County residents has voted Flower Mound Lacrosse the Best Lacrosse Association in Denton County every year since 2013!

Fall 2020 SEASON

FMLA Varsity Boys Compete in Lone Star Shoot-Out Tournament!

FM Lacrosse Varsity Boys team closed out their fall season participating in the Lone Star Shoot-Out Lacrosse Tournament!

FM Lacrosse 5/6 Youth Boys Participate in TurLaxin' Tournament!

TurLaxin' was another opportunity for the FMLA 5/6 Youth Boys players to have fun this season, continuing to learn lacrosse and work together as a team! Looking forward to the Spring season!

FMLA High School Girls - Silver

FMLA HS Girls Teams Compete in Pumpkin Shootout Tournament!

FM Lacrosse HS Girls Silver and Navy teams participated in the Pumpkin Shootout! The Silver team fought hard in three close games in the B Division, and the Navy team came home with top honors winning the A Division Championship game! Was another great fall tournament for these ladies!

FMLA High School Girls - Navy

Flower Mound Lacrosse Youth Boys Teams Play in Pink Out Tournament!

It was a great weekend for FMLA Youth Boys who played in the Pink Out Tournament! The 1/2 and 3/4 Boys joined forces and had a great time playing together! The 5/6 Boys team went 2 - 1 taking second place just missing out on a chance to play in the championship game by a differential of one goal! And the 7/8 Boys teamed up with Hebron Lacrosse in a combined effort on the field. Way to go boys!

Flower Mound Lacrosse 1st - 4th Grade Boys

Flower Mound Lacrosse 5th - 6th Grade Boys

Flower Mound Girls HS Varsity Navy Team Wins TurLaxin' Tournament!

Congratulations to the FMLA Girls Varsity Navy team for going undefeated at this year's TurLaxin' Lacrosse Tournament! These ladies dominated their opponents, outscoring them more than five to one! More importantly, however, they always show tremendous spirit and unity as a team... congrats ladies! 





FM Lacrosse High School Players Committed to play NCAA Lacrosse

Congratulations to the following Flower Mound Lacrosse High School players who have committed to play NCAA DI, DII, or DIII Lacrosse in college!

Hailey Zutic (Junior, Westlake Academy) - George Mason University (DI)
Brynn Belmont (Junior, FMHS) - George Mason University (DI)
Avery Williams (Junior, FMHS) - Florida Southern College (DII)
Ava Kristynik (Senior, Liberty Christian) - University of Notre Dame (DI)
Mackenzie McCormick (Senior, Argyle HS) - Furman University (DI)
Nicole Phillips (Senior, FMHS) - Hamline University (DIII)
Mackenzie Smith (Senior, FMHS) - Florida Institute of Technology (DII)

Anna Day (Senior, FMHS) - Flagler College (DII)
Taylor Ambrosio (Senior, FMHS) - High Point University (DI)


Check back regularly for additions! Submit FMLA HS player college commitments HERE!

Summer 2020 HIGHLIGHTS

From Left: Mackenzie Smith, Abby Baker, Hailey Zutic, Brynn Belmont

FM LAX HG Girls Players among winners at Under Armour All-America West Super Regional!

Flower Mound Lacrosse High School Girls represented well at the Under Armour Lacrosse All-America West Super Regional in Indianapolis August 22nd - 23rd! Mackenzie Smith, Hailey Zutic, and Brynn Belmont were among the players on the Southwest Highlight Team winning the Championship, and Abby Baker crushed it as a member of the Southwest Command Team! Way to go ladies!

FMLA’s Noah Anderson named 2021 Adrenaline Lacrosse Black Card Standout!

"Just a player who I really liked for his willingness to stick his nose into greasy situations and try to make a play. Strong right-handed tendencies; rolled back to his left in one situation and passed up an open look to get back to his right. Quick first step and can beat his man on short and long dodges. Typically was the midfielder on his team to get back in transition."
- Inside Lacrosse Staff

FM Lacrosse HS Girls Win Texas Draw Lacrosse Tournament!

Congratulations to the FMLA HS Girls team for winning the 2020 Girls Texas Draw Lacrosse Tournament July 18th-19th! Winning all of their scheduled games, they made it to the championship round and won! Over the five-game span, they outscored their opponents 56 (GS) to 14 (GA)!

Highlight Team: Hailey Zutic (#22), Brynn Belmont (#0), & Mackenzie Smith (#1)

FMLA HS Girls Players Make UA All-America Teams!

Congratulations to FM Lacrosse HS players Hailey Zutic, Brynn Belmont, Mackenzie Smith, and Abby Baker for making the 2020 Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Southwest Highlight and Command teams! Way to go ladies!

Command Team: Abby Baker (#25)



For Players and Families

  1. Players over 18 or Parent Guardians for Players under 18 must sign and return the Waiver/Release for Communicable Diseases Including COVID-19 to participate.
  2. Children participating in youth sporting events or practice should minimize in-person contact with any person 65 years of age or older, especially those with pre-existing health conditions, for a period of 14 days. This includes maintaining social distancing of at least 6 feet of separation from those individuals, wearing a face covering or mask, and avoiding sharing utensils or other common objects with those individuals.
  3. Players will be symptom-screened prior to each activity – this will also serve as an attendance list. All are clear to play if not symptomatic, able to perform at prior levels, and screen negative on all screening questions.
  4. Players should stay home if they are feeling sick, experiencing or have come in contact with someone with any of the following symptoms*:
    1. Sore throat
    2. Cough
    3. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
    4. Fever of 100.3 degrees F/37.9 degrees C
    5. Chills
    6. Muscle pain

*This is not an exhaustive list of possible symptoms. Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.

  1. All players, coaches, and spectators are required to respect social distancing at all times. Some examples include:
    1. Remaining 6 feet apart during water breaks
    2. Refraining from being in groups of more than 10 people
    3. No handshakes or tight huddles
  2. Coaches are encouraged to wear a mask.
  3. Players must provide their own water.
  4. No sharing of equipment, water bottles or towels.
  5. Players must arrive at practice in pads and equipment.
  6. All players and families are to cooperate with needs/asks of coaches/organizers.

For Coaches & Staff

  1. Every coach and staff member will be symptom-screened prior to each activity. All are clear to play if not symptomatic, able to perform at prior levels, and screen negative on all screening questions.
  2. Coaches and staff are encouraged, but not required, to wear a mask. 
  3. Coaches and staff must adhere to social distancing at all times.
  4. Coaches and staff are to be screened prior to each practice/event.
  5. Coaches and staff with any COVID-19 symptoms must be at least 14 days postpositive test, with a minimum of 72 hours symptoms free and negative repeat COVID-19 test in order to return. Individuals require clearance from a licensed medical professional before return to play granted.
  6. Coaches are to avoid planning and using contract drills. Drills should focus on stick skills, passing, catching, footwork and conditioning.
  7. Coaches and/or staff will take attendance using the COVID Attendance list, and any player affirmatively responding to any of the questions, will not be allowed to participate and asked to leave.
  8. Coaches will plan practices, scrimmages and warmup, being cognizant of spacing required for groups and teams.
  9. Coaches and/or staff will limit intermingling between groups during practices, teams between games and group congregating between games.
  10. Coaches and/or staff will ensure adequate space between the water and personal equipment of each player so that physical distancing of 6-10 feet can be maintained during breaks.

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How using AmazonSmile earns money for Flower Mound Lacrosse!

Shop at AmazonSmile whenever making purchases on Amazon and a donation will be made to FMLA! Nothing changes with your Amazon account - just sign up and shop and FMLA gets a donation from Amazon! As of August 2020, FMLA has received $353.08 in AmazonSmile donations!

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US Lacrosse is the National Governing Body of Lacrosse and provides players and parents with insurance, discounts, US Lacrosse Magazine subscription, and access to other lacrosse resources through its annual membership.  An active US Lacrosse membership is required for all FMLA players.

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Be sure to check out all the great upcoming events being held
in Flower Mound!

Sponsored by Flower Mound CAC

Flower Mound CAC

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CAC (North and South football fields)

Sponsored by Flower Mound Parks

Flower Mound Parks

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Bakersfield Park (East gated cricket field)

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