The Minnesota Boys Scholastic Lacrosse Association (MBSLA) has been around since 2004. Boys lacrosse in Minnesota first started in 1997 when three (Breck, Tonka and Valley) clubs formed. After seven years of being organized by Minnesota Lacrosse Association (MLA) the MBSLA was created. Originally formed with 40 varsity clubs, the MBSLA now has club teams at the varsity, junior varsity, U-15, U-13, U-11, and U-9 levels.
Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) began sanctioning lacrosse in 2007 with 35 boys teams. In 2014 there are now 68 varsity boys MSHSL-sanctioned teams around the state. As the game of lacrosse has grown in Minnesota, MBSLA have been helping build at the grassroots level.
Past MBSLA Champions
- 2013: HUDSON (defeated St. Louis Park 9-5)
- 2012: DELANO (defeated St. Louis Park 11-4)
- 2011: MONTIQUIOS (defeated St. Louis Park 13-8)
- 2010: ST. LOUIS PARK (defeated Orono 10-6)
- 2009: ORONO (defeated St. Louis Park 8-7)
- 2008: ST. LOUIS PARK (defeated Champlin Park 8-7)
- 2007: WHITE BEAR LAKE (defeated Andover 13-7)
- 2006: BLAKE (defeated Osseo/Park Center 11-7)
- 2005: BLAKE (defeated Apple Valley 12-9)
- 2004: EDEN PRAIRIE (defeated Minneapolis 8-3)