Conestoga Boys Lacrosse Booster Club

Varsity Dues Payment Link
JVA Dues Payment Link
JVB Dues Payment Link

To pay voluntary booster club dues online, please select from the options at left. If you would prefer to pay offline, mail a check to:

Conestoga Boys Lacrosse Booster Club

c/o Vince Wagner

1230 Sugartown Road

Berwyn, PA 19312

The Booster Club, and its operating committee of volunteer members, serves to ensure players and teams have the opportunities and resources to improve their individual skills and team-play.  Boosters organize parent volunteers, respond to coaches’ needs, coordinate and pay for selected team activities, and raise funds necessary to cover most operational needs, including:

  • Professional videography for nearly all varsity games, and select JVA and JVB games (Next-Level Video

  • Additional equipment needs (e.g. nets, balls, gear bags, helmet decals) 

  • Organizes supplemental team tournaments, training, off-season practices and league play in coordination with coaching staff

  • Team apparel and merchandise (e.g. apparel items, logo decals and magnets) 

  • Senior night, senior gifts,  team awards and annual banquet 

  • Travel related cost-subsidy for coaching staff

  • Organize community service opportunities for the program

Fund raising events include the parent-social, advertisement sales in the annual yearbook, small fundraisers (fall cleanups, car washes, ornament sales, etc.) and other opportunities for raising funds (the Peter Kienzle memorial “Stoga Lax Festival”, team-store dividends).  Annual proceeds of fund raising are immediately passed on to the boy’s lacrosse program, and offset the voluntary Booster Club dues.  


Here are a few things to note regarding dues:  

  • All players’ families are members of the Booster Club, but dues are voluntary

  • Fund raising events raise about 50% of the program’s operating costs, while voluntary dues cover the balance of operating expenses

  • The program operates on a net neutral basis, voluntary dues are to meet (not exceed) net operating costs