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New Players - Register for tryouts! Tryout schedule posted below.
Current Players - Register for the season!
AA or A Level Teams. One of the Top Teams in Each Grade Locally.
For Advanced rising 2nd-12th Grade Boys
2023-2033 High School Graduation Years.
The Premier Boys Lacrosse Travel Program in the DMV.
One of the Top in the Nation since 1996!
Register for the Summer & Fall 2022 Season Tryouts (new players) or the Seasons Only (returners) Here
Tryouts are actually practices so attendance is required for all new and returning players in every grade. We evaluate players to create new teams and start putting in systems, offenses and defenses since the season starts early June. If you have to miss for academics or injury please email email@example.com and we can likely accommodate you in a later practice.
Note: The Madlax All-Stars start of the year is June, not August, like many other clubs. Our annual calendar is June 1, 2022 - May 31, 2023.
So, if your son plays summer 2022 season he is AUTOMATICALLY promised a roster spot on a Madlax All-Star team in the fall of 2022. This means he does NOT need to attend tryouts for any other program in late August knowing he is already accepted and part of the best program in the DC area again next school year!
Please see entire summer team calendar or your specific team page once you know which team you are placed. Each team page shows practices, tournaments, rosters and more. For best results download the SportsEngine APP on your phones and follow your sons team!
Tryout & Practice Locations:
Landon School - Turf & Grass (Bethesda, MD)
St. John Academy - SJA Grass (McLean, VA)
Nottoway Park - Turf Field #4 (Vienna, VA)
Langley Fork Park - Upper Grass Field (McLean, VA)
Ken Lawrence Park Turf Field #1 (Tysons/McLean, VA)
Tryout Schedules by Grade
Attend all for your grade until we contact you with a decision please. It could take 1-3 workouts for coaches to make a decision. If you have to miss all tryout dates for your grade please email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a tryout.
May 23rd: 6:30-8pm @ Ken Lawrence Park
May 31st: 6:30-8pm @ Landon School Turf Stadium
June 2nd: 630-8pm @ Landon School Stadium Turf
May 25th: 5-6:30pm @ Ken Lawrence Park
May 26th: 6:30-8pm @ Ken Lawrence Park
May 31st: 5-6:30pm @ Ken Lawrence Park
June 2nd: 630-8pm @ Landon School Stadium Turf
May 26th: 5-6:30pm @ Ken Lawrence Park
June 1st: 5-6:30pm @ Ken Lawrence Park
June 2nd: 6:30-8pm @ Ken Lawrence Park (CANCELLED)
May 31st: 6:30-8pm @ Langley Fork Park (Upper Field)
June 2nd: 6-7:30pm @ Langley Fork Park (CANCELLED)
May 31st: 5-6:30pm @ Langley Fork Park (Upper Field)
(if necc.) June 4th: 11-12:15pm @ Landon (Stadium Turf)
May 31st: 6:30-8pm @ St. John the Beloved Academy (McLean)
June 2nd: 6:30-8pm @ Ken Lawrence Park (Location changed!)
May 31st: 5-6:30pm @ St. John the Beloved Academy (McLean)
June 2nd: 5-6:30pm @ St. John Academy (CANCELLED)
June 1st: 6:30-8pm @ St. John the Beloved Academy (McLean)
June 4th: 4:30-5:45pm @ Landon Stadium
2032 & 2033 Tryouts
June 1st: 5-6:30pm @ St. John the Beloved Academy (McLean)
June 4th: 4:30-5:45pm @ Landon Stadium
These hotels are for ALL "Away" or travel overnight tournaments. Please book and stay here together with your teammates as often as possible to make it a more enjoyable experience for all!
You can always cancel later but it is smart to BOOK NOW and SAVE!
Are you ready for an amazing summer with one of the premier lacrosse clubs in the country? Madlax is looking for new, talented players to help improve all of our existing teams. So, if you're currently in 2nd-11th grades and ready for an amazing summer season REGISTER today!
If you are new to Madlax please read about our comprehensive All-Stars program here, madlax.com/allstars. Madlax-Capital is the premier program in the greater DC area, places the most boys into collegiate programs by far, and attends only the most elite invitational tournaments and all-star events! You have to play for Madlax if you want to attend the best events that NO other clubs in the DC area attend like NLF and NAL
Madlax participates in the most elite invitational recruiting tournaments in the country every summer. Madlax is the only DC area team to be a member of the NLF-National Lacrosse Federation, which hold some of the most competitive and highly scouted tournaments. Again, no other travel boys club in the greater DC area attends all of these prestigious tournaments. Be sure to read details about our All-Stars Academy and NATIONAL TEAM opportunities. If you want to play on our National Team you must make a Madlax-Capital All-Star team. There is not a higher level of club lacrosse played in the country then you will find on our National Teams.
See you at tryouts in late May. GO MADLAX!
Ricky Miezan, 2018AAA Capital, Midfield. Stanford Football Commit (formerly UNC lax commit).
Emmett Barger, 2019AAA, Attack. Notre Dame Commit.
Michael Bath, 2021AAA Capital, Defense/LSM, Princeton Commit
Dante Trader, 2021AAA, Midfield, Maryland Commit
We are rolling out NEW UNIFORMS for spring & summer 2022!
The Top 16 Clubs in North America including Madlax, the only DC area member club, compete against each other in exclusive ultra high level events.
A premier lacrosse association that holds elite level events in the fall and summer. Madlax is a co-founder and only DC area member!
EVERYTHING FOR YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER; practices, games, tournament with all details are posted on the Calendar & mobile APP for your team. We update it almost daily. We strongly encourage you to follow your sons or daughters team(s) using both of these features.
SportsEngine, SE, our website host company, provides Madlax a FREE, robust and cool mobile APP to Madlax families. Be sure to download the APP on your phones and follow your sons or daughters team! From your IPhone or Google Play Store simply search for SportsEngine. After installing the APP be sure follow your sons or daughters team. Be sure to turn on notifications and alerts so you are made aware of all updates!
From your main desktop computer, you should copy the ICAL URL below (beginning with word webcal....) for the specific team that you want to follow. Then paste it to your google calendar or MAC Calendar. If your phone is linked to your desktop which it likely is already, you will get the team schedule on your IPhone or android phone calendar. Then all updates will happen automatically when we make changes.
ICAL URL: Calendar Feeds to Copy:
2023 DC DOGS: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=4145655
2024 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=1241632
2024 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=2378860
2025 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=2213795
2025 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3407823
2026 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=2689309
2026 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=2378854
2027 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3515803
2027 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=5191542
2028 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3926117
2028 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=4426667
2029 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=4299588
2029 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=5191567
2030 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=5072879
2030 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=6419022
2031 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=1397904
2031 DMV: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=6953568
2032 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=6502765
2033 Capital: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=7348812
Capital Blue: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3553768
Capital Orange: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3553789
Capital White: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3553798
Girls Rippers: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3500896
Girls Scoopers: webcal://capital.madlax.com/ical_feed?tags=3500896
You Should be Proud!
Your son just made a very, very strong lacrosse program and is going to get a lot better this year if he commits and works hard. He is a talented and athletic young man and has a very bright future. Now that he has made it I want to remind returning parents and inform new parents of how we see your roles ideally in Madlax All-Stars.
Stay Positive and Supportive!
It's an exciting time to watch your boys play on game day and it can be frustrating at times, trust me, we know. All coaches are trained, experienced and understand the game at a high level having played and/or coached at the collegiate level. The Directors and coaches have a specific training plan and goals within each team. We simply ask that you are always trusting and supportive of the coaches. If you have an issue with a coach please email the directors but never address a coach right after a game or directly.
By being supportive of Madlax and the coaches and understanding and trusting of our process you're helping the boys develop their passion for the game of lacrosse. You are also making it a much more fun environment for them to play in. Although Madlax plays the best players to win in league games and playing time is never guaranteed (read written playing time policy here), we are not a win at all cost club. In fact, it is more important that we are developing the boys skills and overall understanding of the lacrosse while acting in line with our C.A.S.E. initiative. Ideally we are enabling the boys to have fun while they work hard to improve. There is a greater chance of this happening for your sons if you stay positive and supportive!
Don't talk to your son or coach from the sideline.
When the parents scream 'SHOOT!' or 'PASS!' or "Just RUN!" it is distracting and confusing for them. Often times it is just plain wrong and frustrating for coaches. It's hard not to get caught up in it for players this young. It is VERY hard. We get that. We know we even have some parents who have played college lacrosse but even those parents must refrain from coaching and speaking to your sons during games. Talk with your sons all you want after the game or before but please...NOTHING during the game. Let him learn and enjoy the experience on his own. Also please never stand on the bench sideline or on the endline if possible. We would also strongly encourage you that when you do speak with your son about lacrosse that it is positive and about his effort and attitude more than about plays or mistakes he made on the field. You will burn him out if that is all he hears and he just wont want to play anymore for risk of being scolded in the car ride home. Try to celebrate assists more than goals, ground balls more than hits and being coachable and a good teammate more than anything else.
We understand you are making a sacrifice and taking a lot of time and spending a lot of money in having your sons play Madlax. We take this fact seriously and therefore try to maximize our time with them. The players who commit and attend the most will have the greatest experiences. Thank you for bringing them to every practice and game and taking on these simple roles as a Madlax parent. Please communicate early and often if you have to miss something or be late for academic or personal reasons. We look forward to a fun and very successful season coaching your boys!
ENJOY the Season!
Play with Passion,
Cabell Maddux, Madlax Founder
Madlax plays to win in tournaments and spring league games that have a Championship. So, some boys will not play at all unless we are leading comfortably in Championship format tournaments or spring league games. That score lead amount is the head coaches decision as it varies from team to team. In scrimmages or play days or showcases where there is NOT a championship we will play everyone although it will still not be even time. Ideally, Madlax coaches can play everyone in games evenly and still be able to win a game no matter what the format. You will learn, however, that that doesn't always happen.
Playing time is not guaranteed or promised for any player on any team. It is earned. The coaches have the right to play the best players to help Madlax teams win any game. If players miss practices coaches reserve the right to not play or limit playing time in games and tournaments. That said, in high school recruiting tournaments or showcases, Madlax coaches will make every effort to play every player evenly. Coaches will almost always use a set EMO and MDD team which alters playing time as well.
Boys should address playing time concerns directly with their coach on their own at any point, but again, never the parents. Boys might ask, "Coach, what can I do or what do I need to do better to earn more playing time?" If parents still want to discuss playing time they may email a director 24 hours after a game but should never address a coach on the field regarding playing time.
It is our wish that all parents try to remain positive and support the TEAM your son is on rather than focus solely on his playing minutes. Parents are requested to encourage their sons to work harder in practice to earn playing time. Practices are where the most improvement is made and playing time is truly earned.
That said, the Madlax directors and coaches understand it is hard to watch your son not play. Please trust that we are working hard in practices to help your son improve and we hope he is as well so eventually he is getting more minutes. We always try to preach that a player who has 1 shift in a game or 15 shifts can have equal impact if you treat every shift as a chance to prove yourself. Finally, practices are where players improve the most and earn playing time more so than in games so emphasize attendance there for your son.
Thanks for your support. Best of luck to your sons.
Play With Passion - Madlax Directors and Coaches