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Welcome to Greenwich Youth Lacrosse

Teaching excellence in lacrosse, character and sportsmanship since 1972

Greenwich Youth Lacrosse (GYL) is the founding lacrosse program to the town of Greenwich, CT. GYL is the only non profit lacrosse organization in Greenwich serving Kindergarten through 8th grade boys and girls since 1972. GYL is a member of the CONNY lacrosse association in the state of Connecticut and Westchester/Bronx NY. CONNY serves all town-based programs and promotes a season-ending league tournament at Yale University. GYL has trained tens of thousands of players since its inception and prides itself on teaching the game of lacrosse through sportsmanship, respect for the individual, integrity, effort, enjoyment, teamwork and loyalty. 



Ed McGuinn

It is with deep sadness and regret that we share the passing of our dear friend, Ed McGuinn.


Ed was a giant in the lacrosse world on so many levels. His efforts transcended coaching and being a college and high school referee. He was a founding board member of GYL and helped launch the program that serves as a role model for many other towns.  He was instrumental helping our close friends at CityLax (NYC Docs) take their program to the next level. 


The lives he touched is immeasurable and we will all miss him!


On May 12th, GYL will be holding the first annual Ed McGuinn Memorial Lacrosse Day with NYC Docs in Ed's honor.

A Mass of Christian Cremation will be celebrated on

Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 10:00 am

Church of the Resurrection

910 Boston Post Road

Rye, NY 10580

Tel:   (914) 967-0142


by craigwingrove posted 10/31/2018
Welcome to the 2019 Season!

We are planning another amazing season of lacrosse so please check back here for more information soon.  In the meantime, click on the link for 2019 Key Dates.

by craigwingrove posted 10/18/2018
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