The Mission of the Junior Maryland Terps Lacrosse Club is to promote the sport of lacrosse in a fun, safe, and positive manner. We not only teach the game at a competitive level we also teach life lessons through the game of lacrosse. Here at The Junior Maryland Terps Lacrosse club we are committed to preserving the "Honor of the Game" and promoting positive SPORTSMANSHIP, we EXPECT players, coaches, and PARENTS abide by our "code of conduct" that embodies the Junior Maryland Terps Core Values, basic common sense principles, consideration of others, and projects a positive image to our young men. By doing this, the Junior Maryland Terps can help cultivate in the young men and boys who play in the program self respect, respect of others, responsibility, discipline, enthusiasm and teamwork. We strive to develop those attributes in the boys and young men in the program because we believe that those attributes will help them be successful in all of their life endeavors. In addition, we hope to foster an environment where program participants have fun and develop friendships. Finally, we hope to improve the lacrosse skills of program participants.
by AdamStallings posted 07/09/2013
Congratulations u13 Urban and u15 teams for being tournament Champs Keep up the great work Terps.
Good job to all Terps teams in there first two tournaments. Every team has ended with a 3-2 record.
Congratulations to the u11 team runner up at the meltdown.
Congratulations to Chris Stallings (8th grade goalie) for making the Brine National All-American middle school team (Team Maryland)
Great Job boys keep up all the hard work.
Congratulations to Will Urban (G), Tyler Kraemer (D), Christian Cox (A), Jake Shriner (FOGO), Thomas Burley (M), Ian Desenburg (A), Gary Rhoades (D), Tyler Levandoski (FOGO) for making the All Star team at Southern Exposure at Limestone University.