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The 83rd anniversary edition of the US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament begins on Saturday at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa. This year’s event will feature 65 regional all-star teams of high school girls representing 30 states playing in front of top collegiate coaches from around the country.
US Lacrosse announced today that applications for players wishing to try out for the 2016-17 U.S. Women’s National Team are now available. Tryouts will be held August 5-7, 2016 at the new national team training center at US Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks, Md.
National lacrosse participation topped 800,000 active players for the first time since US Lacrosse began monitoring participation levels in 2001. For the year, total participation grew 2.2 percent to a total of 802,044 players competing on organized teams.
Erin Smith, managing director, education and training for US Lacrosse, is a panelist today at the Project Play Summit at the Newseum in Washington D.C. The summit is a follow-up to the release of the Aspen Institute report, Sport For All, Play for Life: A Playbook to Get Every Kid in the Game.
US Lacrosse moved into its new headquarters in Sparks, Md., today, culminating a multi-year effort to meet the growing needs of the organization. Since its inception in 1998, US Lacrosse had been located adjacent to Homewood Field on the campus of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
The Lacrosse Athlete Development Model is about more than just how we prepare athletes for competition. It's also about using competition to develop athletes. This 1 hour webinar will cover the use of Small Sided Competition as a tool for skill development in athletes ages 5-12.
US Lacrosse will host two free webinars for officials this week - "A Big Call is Just a Call" on March 29 and "Game Management" on March 31.
The US Lacrosse Board of Directors adopted the player segmentation policy for three primary reasons: Player safety, competitive fairness and consistent experience for participants.
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