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March 18, 2016
ANNAPOLIS, MD –The Chesapeake Bayhawks of Major League Lacrosse (MLL) are proud to announce a partnership with the Annapolis Youth Lacrosse Association (AYLA) to continue to give back to the local lacrosse community.

While ‘Promoting Youth Growth through Lacrosse,’ AYLA continues to offer some of the finest youth lacrosse coaching and activities in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. AYLA offers both a spring and fall season which provides the Annapolis area youth the opportunity to compete at many levels of competition.

“AYLA is an important partnership for the Bayhawks,” head coach and President Dave Cottle said.  “Their mission to spread the sport of lacrosse through the youth in this area is right in line with what the Bayhawks organization strives to do on a daily basis. We look forward to giving back to AYLA through the fundraising program this season.”

For more information about the Bayhawks' Fundraising Program, please visit www.thebayhawks.comor call 866-99-HAWKS (42957).

Bayhawks 2012 season tickets and group outings can be purchased online at www.thebayhawks.comor over the phone by calling the box office 866-99-HAWKS (42957). Reserve your seat today and don’t miss out on seeing the Chesapeake Bayhawks battle at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium this summer.