The American Lacrosse League, a US Lacrosse affiliated men's post-collegiate club league, features nearly 75 teams from New England to Virginia.
Lacrosse doesn't end after college. There are numerous ways to continue, or even begin, participating in the sport.
Post-Collegiate Club Lacrosse
The most active level of lacrosse after college is through post-collegiate club lacrosse. The club lacrosse scene varies by region, but many areas have structured leagues for men and women. There are also numerous tournaments around the country for post-collegiate teams that include options for players of various age and skill levels. For more information on post-collegiate club opportunities, click on one of the respective links.
► Women's Division Post Collegiate Clubs
► Men's Division Post Collegiate Clubs
There are two professional lacrosse leagues operating in North America. Major League Lacrosse is an outdoor league that began regular season play in 2001. There are currently six teams in the league. The National Lacrosse League is an indoor league that traces its roots to 1987. There are currently 11 franchises in the NLL.
► Major League Lacrosse
► National Lacrosse League
U.S. National Teams
The nation's best players choose to try out for the U.S. men's and women's national teams. International championships are conducted every four years by the Federation of International Lacrosse.
► U.S. National Team Program