The Post-Collegiate Sub-Committee represents and provides a forum for men’s post collegiate players at every level of play. Its goal is to engage post collegiate players, coaches and administrators in an effort to establish national standards and increase the quality of play.
Post Collegiate Summit & Social
In conjunction with the 2014 FIL World Championship and Festivals in Denver, US Lacrosse hosted the first Post Collegiate Club Summit in July to discuss the future of the post collegiate community and its growth and development nationwide. The summit was followed by a social event at the Denver Marriott Renaissance.
PoCo Summit - July 2014
Post Collegiate Rules
These rules are based primarily on the NCAA Lacrosse Rules, except where changed herein. Some of the variations are based on other established rules, including prior NCAA, International, and other rules. For clarity certain rules are repeated or summarized herein. The US Lacrosse Men’s Game Committee has approved these rules. The age brackets and corresponding rules, including the contact permitted, are designed to allow players to continue to be active and participate in lacrosse, to play competitively with players close to their ages and capabilities, and to enjoy the camaraderie of the lacrosse community.
Post Collegiate Survey
In order to better serve the Post Collegiate Club community, US Lacrosse has developed a short survey to assess the needs of administrators, coaches and players across the country. If you can please take a moment to fill out or pass along the following link to your teammates, it would be greatly appreciated.
Take the Survey
US Lacrosse Post College Subcommittee
The US Lacrosse Men’s Game Post Collegiate Subcommittee is in a rebuilding phase. If you are interested in serving on the Men’s Game Post Collegiate Subcommittee or any other Men’s Game Subcommittee please fill out a USL volunteer application