Welcome to the NEW Home of Keller Lacrosse, 2014 DII HS Boys State Champions!


Keller Lacrosse is home to High School Men's and Youth Boy's Lacrosse.  At the HS level we will matriculate to DI status in our Spring 2015 season.  

We are a non-profit 501(C)(3) youth sports association whose mission is to promote the growth of lacrosse in the KISD area while maintaining a positive, community spirit for our players and families. 

Keller Lacrosse offers high school teams for grades 9-12, as well as youth teams, grades 3rd - 8th. 

If you have questions about your player's eligibility, please contact our Youth Boys Director, Doug Brittain @   for players 3-8th grade or our HS Boys Director, Dan Perry @  for players 9-12th grade.

2015 Keller Lacrosse ImPact Testing

Please see below details for ImPact testing.  This is for ALL players 10 years and up.  If your player is under 10, no need to read further.  The test is covered by Keller Lacrosse so there is no cost to you. 

  • Date:  January 28th, Wednesday

  • Times:  Shifts begin promptly at 4:15 pm

  • Location:  Keller High School (details on sign up)

Park in visitor's lot and enter school at main entrance. There will be a KLA representative to guide you to testing location. Testing will take place in computer labs and takes approx. 30 minutes to complete.

Testing is computer based and will provide a baseline to provide a return to play protocol in the case of a concussion. Plan to be in testing location 5 minutes prior to testing session and keep in mind others will be testing. Please advise your players to be quiet and respectful. No food/drink allowed.


Please sign up below

Simply sign up, show up and have your player test.  It is NOT a pass/fail test but simply a baseline test to be used in the event of a concussion for return to play protocols.  Even if your player has tested in other sports, it is best that they re-test with Keller Lacrosse.  

 This will be the only date for testing.

 There should be NO food or drink in the testing lab.  Please be respectful and quiet.  We are thrilled if you would like to visit while your player is testing but please do that in the area towards the common area, not the hallway. No parents are allowed in testing labs due to size constraints and noise concerns.


Although we are using VolunteerSpot for ImPact sign-ups, you are actually signing-up your player for a testing slot (not volunteering for anything).

 Please list their name when signing up.  If you have more than one player, you will need to sign up for multiple slots by adding spots via (+) tab and list each players name in comment section.

 Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:

1) Click this link to see our Sign-Up on VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/CeqJs1
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on VolunteerSpot.

by posted 01/26/2015
Keller "Honors the Game"

    Lacrosse has been played in some form for over 500 years, and it is considered the oldest organized sport in America. To Native Americans, it was played for healing and rejuvenation purposes in addition for the preparation of battle. Lacrosse is viewed as a cultural legacy that succeeds in teaching the lessons of how to live a good life. Lacrosse demands teamwork, leadership, commitment, sacrifice, and, of course, physical prowess—virtues that will benefit our young men on and off the playing field and long after their athletic careers wane.

   So while modern day lacrosse is a sport with hundreds of thousands of amateur and professional players around the world, our hopes are that you will remember that it is a game imbued with special significance.  Our association hopes that this inspires you to honor this truly awesome game. 

Honor the game website

   JOIN THE TEAM and support the MD Sportsmanship Campaign. Once you sign the pledge you will receive a response back in their email thanking you for joining the team and what it means to “Compete with Class and Honor the Game.”

posted 09/19/2014
Are You a Keeper?

KLA has recently entered into a partnership with USL and their Keeper of Lacrosse project.  The Keeper of Lacrosse project asserts that by grounding ourselves in the roots of the sport - the foundations that differentiates lacrosse from other sports - we give lacrosse the wings to soar in the spirit of the game.  Its core values represent the spirit of the game, tradition, respect, honor, integrity, sportsmanship, teamwork, and connection (community). If you wish to find out more about this USL initiative, please visit http://www.uslacrosse.org/TopNav/USLacrosseFoundation/KeeperofLacrosse.aspx.

¨If you would like to nominate someone, please email Tracey @ .


posted 09/19/2014
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