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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 2021 SEASON

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!

Gage Kimmel (Senior, FMHS) - Wheeling University (DII)
Alexis Casperson (Senior, FMHS) - Stetson University (DI)
Brooke Leonard (Senior, FMHS) - Manhattan College (DI)
Erika Eggers (Senior, FMHS) - Kennesaw State University (DI)
Bailey McQuillen (Senior, FMHS) - Long Island University (DI)

Hailey Zutic (Senior, Westlake Academy) - George Mason University (DI)
Brynn Belmont (Senior, FMHS) - George Mason University (DI)

Avery Williams (Senior, FMHS) - Florida Southern College (DII)




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


SPrING 2021 SEASON

FMLA 2021 Spring Season Re-Cap

Click on the PDF file to the right to view Flower Mound Lacrosse 2021 Spring Season Re-Cap letter.


Ava Kristynik receives USA Lacrosse All-American honors!

Congratulations to Ava Kristynik on being selected as a USA Lacrosse All-American! This achievement recognizes athletes as the best in the nation for lacrosse skills, game knowledge, and sportsmanship. Ava is a graduate of Liberty Christian and will be playing DI lacrosse at the University of Notre Dame starting this fall!


FMLA HS Girls Players qualify for American Select Lacrosse Team!

Congratulations to the following Flower Mound Lacrosse HS Girls '22, '23, & '24 grad year players on being selected to the American Select Lacrosse Team! These athletes will compete in the American Select Lacrosse showcase this summer in Milford, Delaware!

Avery Williams Eva Hirniak
Abby Baker Ava Day
Bailey McQuillen Erika Eggers
Hailey Zutic Alexis Casperson
Sophia Virani AC Kristynik

FMLA Junior Casperson SELECTED to TEAM NORTH TEXAS!

Congratulations to FM Lacrosse Junior Defender Alexis Casperson for being selected to represent North Texas at the 2021 US Lacrosse National Tournament in Baltimore!

FMLA Players Selected to THSLL Class B North All-State & All-District Teams!

THSLL Class B North All-State Team
Drew Freestone - Attack/Midfield
Jackson Hicks - Defense


THSLL Class B North All-District Team
Preston Watkins - Defense
Noah Anderson - Attack/Midfield


THSLL Class B North Honorable Mention
Gage Kimmel - LSM

 


FMLA Players Selected to TGHSLL DI All-State & All-District Teams!

TGHSLL DI All-State Team
Ava Kristynik - Attack
Taylor Ambrosio - Midfielder
Mackenzie Smith - Defender
Mackenzie McCormick - Goalie

TGHSLL DI All-District Team
Sophia Virani - Midfielder
Brynn Belmont - Attack
Hailey Zutic - Defender
Anna Day - Attack


Congratulations Flower Mound Lacrosse Class of 2021!

2021 Seniors - Season Kickoff Video

 

 

Music:
Don't Let Me Down (feat. Daya) by The Chainsmokers
(© 2016)


HS Girls and Boys 2021 Spring Season Game Schedules


Taylor Ambrosio (L) and Ava Kristynik (R)


Congratulations to FMLA Senior Midfielders Ambrosio and Kristynik!

A huge congrats goes out to Senior Midfielders Taylor Ambrosio and Ava Kristynik on being named to the 2021 Adrenaline Lacrosse All American Team! These ladies will participate in the annual North vs. South game this summer which will be televised on ESPN!

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!

Brooke Leonard (Junior, FMHS) - Manhattan College (DI)
Erika Eggers (Junior, FMHS) - Kennesaw State University (DI)
Bailey McQuillen (Junior, FMHS) - Long Island University (DI)

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!


ANNOUNCEMENTS

FMLA RETURN TO PLAY GUIDANCE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

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.

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/youthsports

  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.

upcoming events

fundraising

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 June 2021, FMLA has received $488.94 in AmazonSmile donations!


fLOWER MOUND weather

offers

DICK'S SPORTING GOODS COUPON (valid through 1/31/22)

  • $10 OFF A PAIR OF LACROSSE CLEATS ($59.99 OR MORE)
  • 15% OFF AN ATHLETIC APPAREL ITEM
  • 20% OFF TOTAL GATORADE PURCHASE
  • 10% OFF A SINGLE TEAM SPORTS EQUIPMENT ITEM

PARTNERS

USA 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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FMLA Android App

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