The Great Lakes Lacrosse League (GLLL) is a regional organization of non-varsity men's club field lacrosse programs in the Midwestern United States. The GLLL was founded in 2004 to provide a competitive league for teams in the Midwest who want to play in

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GLLL 2021 Season Update
by posted 02/27/2021

We are happy to report there will be a modified GLLL Season this Spring. Below are the established dates and locations. If your team is interested in playing, please let us know. The GLLL will require your university COVID protocols before scheduling games. As a league, we are leaving the decision to play up to the teams and universities. 


Saturday, April 10th

Techny Park, Northbrook, IL

Sunday, April 18th

Breese Stevens Field, Madison, WI

Saturday, April 24th

Saint Xavier University, Chicago, IL

*More dates will be added as they are confirmed.

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Week One Recap!
by posted 03/10/2020

GLLL Week One Recap


The 2020 GLLL season is officially underway! The weather in most of the GLLL cities may not suggest we are ready for game play BUT this week, we kicked off games in Minnesota and Wisconsin thanks to dome availability. If the scores below are any indication to the level of competition and amount of close games we will have this season, we are all in for a treat!

2/22/20 @ Marquette University

Marquette – 8 UW White – 5

Marquette – 8 UW Platteville – 5

Marquette – 12 UW Oshkosh - 0

UW Red – 4 UW Platteville – 1 

UW Grey – 6 UW Oshkosh – 1


2/22/20 @ St. Cloud State University

UW Eau Claire – 8 North Dakota 3

St. Cloud State – 5 North Dakota – 3

MN State Mankato – 6 St. Cloud State – 3

MN State Mankato – 8 UW Eau Claire – 2 


Team Reminders!


1. Please send Ryan your home field address if you have not done so already

2. US Lacrosse is offering a discount to GLLL Teams! Contact Ryan for more details

3. GLLL Tournament is set for 4/18-19/2020 in Wisconsin Dells and Madison

4. Please remember to ensure your benches are clean and garbage is collected after games!

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