NC Boys Tryout Information
91 Carolina Boys Supplemental Tryouts
- Tryouts will take place in the afternoon, in the time-frame of 1-6PM. We will finalize tryout times by graduation year the first week in December, athletes should anticipate a 1.5 hour tryout block during the time listed.
Age Verification for the 2023-2024 Club Season:
On May 24th, the National Lacrosse Federation (NLF) and USA Lacrosse announced that they have entered into a transformational partnership that will bring age verification to the boys’ club lacrosse landscape. As a Team 91 Charlotte player you are thereby a participating player with a NLF member club and will be required to play under these new rulings beginning in the Fall of 2023.
For the 2023-24 club year, in graduation years 2029 and younger, the NLF has chosen to implement a 15-month timeframe (June 1 birthdate through August 31 of the following year) for its age groupings. The NLF clubs are expected to continue using graduation years as the team names, but all players will fit within the 15-month groupings. This will help minimize team roster disruptions and to incentivize classmates playing together.
Please review the table to the below to help determine where your player lands grad year wise in order to ensure that you are registering them for the correct tryout and potential team roster.
For more information and FAQs regarding the new age verification process coming to club lacrosse please see the link below.
Team 91 South: Our Team 91 South program was created to give the best players in the Southeast an opportunity to play and train together while creating lifelong friendships and memories. You can learn more and register today for the upcoming July 29th tryouts in Charlotte, NC at the Matthews Sportsplex tryouts by clicking here.
Team 91 National: Team 91 Carolina players interested in playing on a Team 91 National team will be evaluated during our Team 91 Charlotte tryouts with more information to follow once all 91 Charlotte and 91 South evaluations have been completed. To be considered for a Team 91 National team, a player must play with a Team 91 program.