All registration is managed online. Our registration program is secure and all online payments are deposited directly into the Mount Si Lacrosse Club merchant account.
Important! Do not wait to register! Teams will fill up fast and we need you to register so that we can plan for rosters, schedules, fields and coaches.
1. Are you eligible? You must reside in the Snoqualmie Valley School District to play lacrosse for Mount Si Lacrosse Club.
2. Renew or join US Lacrosse. All players must have a current membership in US Lacrosse to complete registration and be placed on a team. All memberships must be valid. USL membership helps control insurance costs and provides important coverage for our organization.
Important! You must complete this step before proceeding through on-line registration! Have your membership number and expiration date at hand – registration cannot be completed without it.
Already have a USL number? You can check your membership status by going to the USL Membership Information Page.
Need a new USL membership, or to renew? You can renew or join USL by going to the USL New Membership Page.
Please be sure to check that you are registering under Mount Si Lacrosse Club and not under one of the other local programs. USL membership and expiration dates are verified with USL for all player rosters after registration closes so it is important that your membership is associated with Mount Si.
3. Register online here: http://mtsilacrosse.bonzidev.com/home.php
4. Get equipment. All Junior, Senior, and High School Division players provide their own gear. Lightning Division can rent gear on a first come, first served basis. See the Gear page for recommendations and resources. Please use the links on our website, we earn money for the club when you click from the Mount Si Lacrosse website to these vendors.
5. Bookmark the Mount Si Lacrosse Club Website. Check in often for updated information as well as watch for email announcements. The Mount Si Lacrosse Club website is our primary means of communication with our members.
Q: What is the cost?
Registration fees for the 2013 spring seasons are:
|Lightning-Practice Only (2nd-4th Grade Beginners)||$115 early bird/$130 regular|
|Lightning-Games (3rd-4th Grade Advanced) -||$185 early bird/$200 regular|
|Juniors (5th/6th Grade)||$290 early bird/$305 regular|
|Seniors (7th/8th Grade) -||$315 early bird/$330 regular|
|High School||$375 early bird/$390 regular|
|U9 (2nd Grade)||$75 early bird/$90 regular|
|U11 (3rd/4th Grade)||$185 early bird/$200 regular|
|U13 (5th/6th Grade)||$200 early bird/$215 regular|
|U15 (7th/8th Grade)||$245 early bird/$260 regular|
ONE WEEK ONLY!
Fully paid registration is required before a player will be placed on a team. Need-based scholarships are available for qualified families – please contact see the Financial Aid page for more information.
Q: What is included in the registration fee?
Fees are budgeted to cover organization/team expenses with no additional fund-raising required to meet the programs operational expenses.
MSLC is and independent non-profit Washington State Corporation, an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) and not a WIAA Interscholastic sports program. We do not receive funding from the school district or any other entity. The Club operates entirely by registration fees and fundraising.
Players are responsible for their own equipment. The club furnishes game uniforms at all levels. In addition, registration fees pays for the operation of the club which include, but are not limited to, field rentals, league fees, some tournament fees, referee fees, practice equipment, insurance, registration transaction costs.
High School players are responsible to purchase a practice jersey offered for $45 through the club.
Parents will be assessed for the full replacement cost of Club uniforms and equipment that are not returned. Game equipment is not provided nor included in the registration fee. Rental equipment is only available for Lightning players and a security deposit is required for all rental equipment packages
Q: Can I break down the fees into payments?
For those who have 2 or more players to register, we may be able to work out staggered payments. Please contact us to make arrangements.
Q: Why do I have to sign a concussion form?
Concussions are serious injuries, and we take them seriously. Moreover, the state’s laws about concussion awareness and prevention require that you sign the forms annually. The jurisdictions in which we play enforce the law, and require the forms. So in addition to the “click through” in registration, you’ll also have to sign and turn in the hard copy form before your player can participate in any practices or games.
Q: What is the refund policy?
Anyone registering and choosing not to participate before the start of practices may request a refund less a 10% processing fee. Anyone opting to quit after practices have started but before the first game may request a refund less a 25% processing fee. No refunds after the start of games. Any refunds will not be processed until all MSLC equipment has been returned to the MSLC. This policy also applies to injuries.
If a player is removed from an Mount Si Lacrosse Club program due to falsified information given during the registration process which affects the player’s eligibility, an additional $100 administrative charge will be deducted after the refund is calculated as outlined in this section.
Q: Do returning players have priority?
Anyone who played on an Mount Si Lacrosse Club team during the prior regular season will have priority registration status until January 7th and will be placed on the new season’s teams first. If returning players miss the January 7th priority placement deadline they will be registered on a first-in/first-on basis. Mount Si Lacrosse Club does not reserve slots for returning players past the January 7th date; if you register late and we do not have space for you a full refund will be issued.
Q: Is everyone who registers assigned to a team?
We strive to accommodate every player who registers but Mount Si Lacrosse Club is experiencing explosive growth and we are limited by the number of coaches and fields. Player applications that are wait-listed are not guaranteed a roster spot. Wait-listed players are subject to a first-in/first-on policy. The best way to guarantee a spot is to register early!
Q: What happens if a player is on a wait list?
Any player that is on the wait list must still register and pay the fee. If no team is formed for a wait-listed player, MSLC will refund the registration fee.
Q: How many players are on each team?
Approximately 24 players in the Junior and Senior Divisions; approximately 24 for the Lightning Division. High School has a maximum of 75 (teams can be formed for Fr/Soph, JV and Varsity). Multiple Teams at each level may be established dependent on fields and coaches that are available.
Q: How are the teams organized?
Lightning Division teams are organized by grouping players according to their home Elementary School Area to the greatest extent possible with some balancing to ensure optimal team size.
Junior and Senior Division teams are grouped by ability. Coaching staff, grade levels and player experience are also factored in and there will always be some balancing to ensure optimal team size.
Q: Who are the coaches?
We have some of the best coaches in the state, and we’re still committed to making them better and bringing in other experienced, quality coaches. We require that all our coaches at each level become certified US Lacrosse Coaches. US Lacrosse provides expert training for coaches at all levels each year.
Many of our coaches are already certified with US Lacrosse and continue to build their skill and knowledge as coaches. The sport has grown in our state and our community so fast that it has quickly soaked up the adult coaches who played in high school or college – the traditional source for coaches in most youth sports programs. We’re actively developing new coaches and recruiting experienced coaches for the more advanced players.