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Home of the Sr B Mounties Lacrosse Club

The Sr B Mounties Lacrosse Club is proud to be part of Alberta Series Lacrosse (ASL) of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (RMLL), honouring Sr B lacrosse through a dedication to excellence and integrity on and off the floor.

Next Home Game:
  • Friday May 31, 2024, 8pm vs Knights
  • Saturday June 1, 2024, 1pm vs Rebels

Mounties Prospects

If you're looking to join the Sr B Mounties Lacrosse Club then you're in the right place.

Each year the Mounties attract amazing players to the club through the Alberta Series Lacrosse (ASL) draft, Sr A and Sr B interprovincial transfers, and free-agency - collectively referred to as prospects.

To help club management understand our prospects, particularly graduating Jr's that we may be looking to target in the draft but all players looking to join the Sr B Mounties Lacrosse Club, we ask that players complete the Mounties Prospect Form. Keep scrolling to learn more.

What category of prospect are you?

There are a few types of categories of new players who find their way to the Sr B Mounties Lacrosse Club. Please find your category below for further details.

RMLL graduating Jr's

We would love to hear from you.

If this is your graduation year and you play in the RMLL, you will automatically enter the Alberta Series Lacrosse (ASL, Sr B) Jr Draft which is typically held in early February of each year.

While the Mounties conduct extensive scouting of Jr prospects and personality research, as well as attempt to contact all graduating Jr's prior to the draft to understand playing intent, the more direct information we can gather the better.

To help with this, we ask that graduting Jr players complete the Mounties Prospect Form which collects some basic intent and player history.

We want all players to land with a team and a situation that puts them in a position to succeed and unfortunately that's not always the Mounties. By completing our prospect form, we can better understand things like your basic level of interest in playing for the Mounties.

SrA & SrB transfers

The Lacrosse Canada transfer system is generally open March 13 - June 26 of each year.

If you last played Sr A or Sr B outside of Alberta then you must complete an interprovincial transfer through the Lacrosse Canada (LC) Online Transfer System in order to be eligible to play in Alberta.

However, the interprovincial transfer form requires you to identify a receiving member association, division, and team name - noted below - and be approved both by the sending and receiving team. Transfers will not be approved my the Sr B Mounties Lacrosse Club until you have completed the Mounties Prospect Form and the Head Coach has verified your availability. You may complete the Mounties Prospect Form at any time

  • Member Association Transferring to: Alberta
  • Division: Sr B
  • Team Name: Calgary Sr B Mounties Lacrosse Club

Free-Agents

This category includes undrafted RMLL Jr's.

For graduation RMLL Jr players who did not get drafted in the ASL Jr Entry Draft, you are categorized as a free agent and are welcome to tryout for the Sr Mounties Lacrosse Club. To do so, please complete the Mounties Prospect Form to express your interest and a representative will follow-up with you.

If you are uncertain of your status, please complete the Mounties Prospect Form and we will help you sort your situation out.

General Information for prospects

Here is some additional information that all prospects should be aware of.

Intent-To-Play

All players must complete the RMLL Intent-to-Play (ITP).

Before stepping onto a floor, all players are required to complete the RMLL Intent-to-Play (ITP). The ITP ensures each player is insured against injury.

ASL Jr Entry Draft

Held in early February of each year.

Each February the ASL conducts a North and a South Jr Entry Draft. If you are a graduating Jr who played in the RMLL then you are automatically entered into the draft.

Training Camp

The Mounties training camp generally begins in late March or early April.

The Mounties official training camp generally begins in late March or early April and consists of 8 - 10 floor times leading up to the first game of the season. The full schedule can be seen in the Game- Day Centre once posted.

Practice Nights

Regular season practices are generally Tuesday nights.

The Mounties regular season practices are generally Tuesday's, 9 - 10:30pm at Stu Peppard Arena. The full schedule can be seen in the Game- Day Centre once posted.

Game Days

Regular season games are mostly weekends.

Although an occasional Wednesday night game will happen, the majority of games are played on the weekends. The full schedule can be seen in the Game- Day Centre once posted.

Season Duration

The regular season begins the last week of April and runs until mid-July.

The ASL consists of a 14 game regular season and 2 best-of-five playoff rounds. The regular season begins the last week of April and runs until mid-July, with the top 4 teams starting playoffs immediately thereafter with 1 vs 4 and 2 vs 3 format.

President's Cup

Aug 25 - Aug 31, 2024 - Delta, BC.

The winner of the ASL playoffs earns the right to represent Alberta at the President's Cup, the Sr B National Championship.

Division Info

The Mounties play in the RMLL Alberta Series Lacrosse (ASL) Sr B league.

The league currently consists of 5 teams - 3 in the North (Beaumont Outlaws, Fort Saskatchewan Rebels, and the Edmonton Miners) and 2 in the South (Calgary Mounties and the Airdrie Knights).

Facility

The Mounties home facility is currently Stu Peppard Arena.

The Mounties currently enjoy Stu Peppard Arena as our home facility. Stu Peppard is shared with 4 other Major lacrosse teams including the Jr B Shamrocks, the Jr A Mounties, the Sr C Bears, and the Sr C Irish.

Mounties Prospect Form

All incoming prospects are required to complete the Mounties Prospect Form.

"Thank-you so much for providing a camp of such a high calibre. My son has thoroughly enjoyed each year he has participated. You can not find a camp of the same value at the same price. All the coaches truly care about the players increasing their skill and overall knowledge of the game. The scrimmages keep the athletes engaged in a very competitively yet friendly environment. If I could give 10 stars I would."

- Shaun Bradley, parent

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