Growing the game of lacrosse in NYC one ball at a time since 1996

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  • Welcome to Doc's NYC Lacrosse. We Play For NYC!
Welcome to Doc's NYC Lacrosse

Our K-2 program starts up on April 10th at the Riverdale Country Day School in the Bronx! Girls K-2 sessions run from 9am to 1015am.

Boys K-1 sessions run from 1015am to 1130am.

Boys 2nd grade sessions run from 1130am to 1pm!


Registration for 2016 Spring Lacrosse has now officially CLOSED! If you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email We will add kids to our program as long as there is space available. Please contact Connor for more info!


Congrats to Britt Brown on earning the starting goalie position for the UPenn Women's Lacrosse team! Britt is a former Doc's player and Berskshire School alum, and she made 9 saves in Penn's 12-10 win over Delaware to kick off the season. Great stuff, Britt!


The 46-man roster has been announced for the Israel U19 Men's National Team, and two former Doc's NYC players have made the cut!

Noah Knopf, who is headed to Harvard next year, and Sam Dubner, a Junior at the Trinity School, were both selected to the 46-man squad. We wish both young men the best of luck as they try to make it through the next round of cuts! Thanks to many former Doc's coaches like Brad Settleman, Bill Cronin, and Jimmy Gabal for working with these young men during their early years!


Check out the Doc's NEWS page for more info on former Doc's players headed to the next level, and events around the NYC lacrosse scene!


CityLax, our sister organization, works to bring
Lacrosse to inner city public schools.

 For more information on to make a donation or volunteer, or to simply learn more about the program, please click HERE and get involved!


In case of weather issues, call the Doc's Hotline: 

Founded in 1996, Doc's New York City Youth Lacrosse is named for Bernard "Doc" Schoenbaum (1914-1989), a former collegiate/club player, teammate and friend who played most of his lacrosse in New York City, first with The City College of New York and then for the New York Lacrosse Club. True to his nickname, Doc had a highly successful career in dentistry, practicing for many years on 57th Street. In the world of lacrosse, he is best known for competing at the post-collegiate/club level well into his 70's. As an athlete and professional, Doc remains an inspiration to all of us.

Learn more about Mat Levine receiving the inaugural lifetime achievement award for youth lacrosse!
click here 

Check out Coach Levine and CityLax in Lacrosse Magazine!
click here


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