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DHS Blue Wave Watches Offered
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For those families that registered by January 21st in the regular...
DYLAX Start of Season March 3rd 2018
Weather permitting we plan on starting the season on Saturday March...
DHS Blue Wave Watches Offered


Darien Lacrosse Parents, Players & Supporters,


For the first time available Darien Lacrosse players, parents and supporters can order Men’s and Women’s Blue Wave watches for everyone to show their Blue Wave Pride.  Proceeds for both the women’s and men’s timepieces will be distributed to both DHS programs.  Players & Alumni can engrave their names, championship and year on the back of each watch.  Both Women’s & Men’s Dials are available for both Men’s & Woman’s sized watches as you will see on the site.


Below is the custom web ordering site.


The programs thank you for your support and it’s TIME for a great season!



by posted 04/08/2018

For those families that registered by January 21st in the regular registration window and did not pick up their shorts at the three DHS pickups they are available at the store in Norwalk starting Wednesday, March 28th.  The store is located at 345 Wilson Avenue, Norwalk, CT  (for GPS use 20 Sheehan Avenue, Norwalk, CT).  Any questions can be sent to

by posted 03/28/2018
DYLAX Start of Season March 3rd 2018

Weather permitting we plan on starting the season on Saturday March 3rd.    The full schedule can be found under the documents tab on the left hand side of the home webpage.  Please look for the PDF file- weekly schedule.   

TRYOUTS- Weather Permitting

7th/8th grade Boys are Girls tryouts will start Sat. March  10th and conclude March 16th

5th/ 6th Grade Boys and Girls tryouts will start Sat March 17th and conclude March 23rd 

Specifc dates and times are now available under the schedule tap.    Enter 2018 season then boys travel lacrosse and then look for 5th (or 6th grade) boys travel tab.   DO NOT look under the 5th ( or 6th grade ) A or B team schedule





            In 7th and 8th grade you are not required to tryout for travel .  If you chose not to tryout for travel you will be placed on the blue or white team


             In 5th and 6th grade you are not required to tryout for travel.   If you chose not to tryout for travel you wll be placed on a house team


Please always check the web site for date, time and location of practices and tryouts as they can change due to weather and other situations beyond our control. 


Every year we receive questions about the impact of private school breaks on the travel process and why we cannot schedule tryouts for a different time period.  As a program, we have children in private schools throughout Westchester and Fairfield counties, whose vacation schedules range from the first week of March to the last.  We do our best to post the tryout schedule by early October so that families with children in private school can schedule vacations around the tryout schedule.  With individual tryouts usually completed within a week, families have an opportunity to make most of the tryouts and still get away if they want.  As we say every year, we encourage all players to make as many tryouts as they can but we do understand that family obligations may get in the way.  We leave room on the original rosters to allow for upward player movement.  The rosters are not finalized until 2 or 3 weeks after tryouts, during which we continue to evaluate all players through our house program, 7/8 Senior teams and B travel teams.



The website and email are our primary communication channels.  Always check the home page, your team page and your email for schedule information prior to heading to the fields, especially if you have any question about the weather.   Emails are generated and sent for all changes to the schedule, and you can link your calendars online to your player(s) schedules through the website.   It is vital that you have correct email addresses listed so that you receive our communications.   You can add/edit/delete emails and other contact information by going to "Edit My Account" on the website and logging in to your account. 


Boys at all ages are required to play with full gear, which includes a stick, helmet (may be a hockey helmet), gloves, shoulder and arm pads, a cup and a mouth guard for boys 3rd - 8th.   Girls at all ages are required to have a girls stick, face mask and mouth guard. 


For those of you who are new to the program, you may not know this but DHS appears to have its own polar vortex, primarily in March and April.  Dress accordingly.   Please add layers, it always feels 10-20 degrees colder on the oval than it does in your driveway.




by posted 09/29/2017
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