Spring 2023 Leagues

Registration for Spring Leagues is currently open!

Visit the Registration page to register when registration is available.

Wheaton Wolverines Boys Lacrosse

The Wheaton Wolverines are back after an amazing season of fun, development, and three Illinois Youth Lacrosse League (IYLL) championships! Players of all skill levels and experience are welcome to join our growing lacrosse community and will be placed in an environment where they can learn and grow. Each player will get a mix of training and gameplay throughout the season, with our top players competing in the IYLL and tournaments at an additional fee per event. This program is powered by Wheaton North and South coaches as well as top coaches from travel clubs, Team Illinois and East Ave, who are also Wheaton residents!

If you have any questions about the upcoming season, please do not hesitate to reach out to Coach Alex Szmajda at Alek@eastavelacrosse.com

Wheaton Wolverines Girls Lacrosse

East Ave Lacrosse is powering the Wheaton Wolverines this spring season! East Ave is run by dozens of the best high school and college coaches in the state, and is focused on training the next generation of Wheaton North and South High School lacrosse players! Our fun and fast-paced 1st-8th girls grade programs are open to players of all skill levels, and will meet two times a week, once for skill sessions and once for league games versus teams in neighboring towns.

The following items are required to participate: stick, mouth guard, goggles, athletic clothing and footwear.

For questions on the girls’ program, please email Jerry@eastavelacrosse.com with any questions.


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Wheaton Park District
1777 S Blanchard St
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Visit the CDC website for the free online course: HEADS UP Online Training Upon completion of the course and quiz, a certificate will be issued. Certificates should be printed and emailed to dmitchell@wheatonparks.org.

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