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Founded in 1998, US Lacrosse is the national governing body of men’s, women’s, and youth lacrosse. US Lacrosse provides national leadership, structure and resources to fuel lacrosse’s growth and enrich the experience of participants.

  • US Lacrosse is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, headquartered in Baltimore, Md.
  • US Lacrosse’s headquarters also houses the Lacrosse Museum and National Hall of Fame.
  • US Lacrosse’s membership base is comprised of 68 regional chapters in 43 states.

If you are a member of the media, thank you for your interest in US Lacrosse. We want to help you get the information you need.

Please note: If you aren’t a member of the media, we may not be able to respond.

Media Contacts

For interviews, media inquiries and requests for logos and branding marks, please contact a member of our communications team.

Paul Krome

Paul Krome

Sr. Manager, Marketing (Convention Media Contact)
     
Paul Ohanian

Paul Ohanian

Manager, Marketing
 

Brian Logue

Director, Communications
 

Branding Guidelines

Branding guidelines for US Lacrosse and its various programs are available. Please include details of planned use in your email. Logos and marks will be released upon approval of specified use.

Branding Guidelines

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About US Lacrosse

US Lacrosse, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse and the home of the nation’s fastest-growing sport. US Lacrosse has more than 450,000 members in 68 regional chapters across the country. US Lacrosse provides national leadership, structure and resources to fuel lacrosse’s growth and enrich the experience of participants. Bookmark, like and follow US Lacrosse at uslacrosse.org, fb.com/uslacrosse and @uslacrosse, respectively.

Media request

When referring to US Lacrosse, please note that the organization’s name does not include a period after the “U” or after the “S”. It is incorrect to refer to US Lacrosse as “U.S. Lacrosse” or “USA Lacrosse.” Thank you for your cooperation.