Program Policies


  • The SDYLA is a spring league of member programs from communities throughout San Diego County.  CV Falcons players must reside in the Carmel Valley, Del Mar or Solana Beach communities to be eligible for this program.  The only exceptions to this rule are if an adjacent community program does not offer a team or if a player’s home community program releases him.  Releases are subject to SDYLA board approval and if that release is approved the player may then play for an adjacent community program only.  SDYLA will be strictly enforcing these boundary eligibility guidelines.


  • All players are required to have a current US Lacrosse membership. This is an SDYLA league requirement and provides for supplemental insurance coverage.  For more information on US Lacrosse and to become a member go to


  • Players are expected to attend all practices and games but we understand that conflicts do arise throughout the course of a season.  Parents or players must communicate with team coaches in advance if a player is going to miss a practice or a game for any reason.  Unexcused absences could lead to dismissal from the program.


  • Playing time is not guaranteed to be even at any level but the coaches will do their best to ensure that all players get on the field as much as possible in every game.  We want all of our players to improve and have fun.


  • Players and parents are expected to always show good sportsmanship and to be good club representatives.  Poor player or parent sportsmanship will result in disciplinary action and may lead to removal from the club.
  • Parents, please watch games from the side of the field opposite the players, always set a good example for our boys and be respectful towards players, coaches, officials and other parents at all times.


  • If you have a problem or complaint, or if you want to let us know what a great job we are doing, please contact your coach or the club director at an appropriate time.  We do very much appreciate feedback both good and bad.  If you are upset we ask that you wait 24 hours before contacting your coach or the club director.


  • The use of drugs and alcohol are strictly prohibited.  If players are caught using either substance while under the supervision of the Falcons program, they will be removed from the club.


  • If a player is dismissed for violating any of the behavior or attendance policies outlined below, no refunds will be issued.


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All players must register for tryouts in order to be considered for the team. A deadline will be given for season registration based on the clubs schedule. All players must be registered for the season by this deadline or they will risk losing their roster spot.

Players not registered by the given deadline will not be allowed to practice with the team or participate in any events until they appropriate registration/payments have been made.

There will be two payment options for the season fees:
1. Pay in full
2. Payment installment plan where the fees will be split into installments. If this option is selected, the player still must be registered by the given registration deadline

Any player not registered by the deadline will not be provided additional payment options and will be held to the given payment due dates. All registrations and payments must be done through the website. Out of system payments will no longer be accepted.

If there is financial aid available for your club it will be distributed appropriately based on:

  1. Verified Family Income – The eligibility threshold is a combined parental Adjusted Gross Income of $60,000 (line 37 on the Federal Tax Return Form 1040). Additional factors such as unemployment or other financial hardships may also be considered by the Financial Aid Committee. To verify your income when applying for financial aid, you must email or fax a signed copy of the most recent Federal Tax Return Form 1040 (including specifically line 37) to or (619) 610-9943. If a form is being faxed, please notify us at the email address given above.
  2. Amount Awarded – The Financial Aid Committee shall determine the amount of the financial aid available for a season; however, there is no obligation to award any/all of the award pool.  Based on the amount of the award pool and the amount of financial aid requests, awards will be made on a sliding scale based on verified family income.  The maximum amount of an award shall not exceed the total fee for the particular program.
  3. Applications – Financial aid applications must be submitted 2 months prior to the first day of practice/event and will be reviewed, determined and communicated prior to the first practice/event.
  4. Tryouts – All athletes must register and pay for tryouts. There is no financial aid or discounts available for tryouts.