US Lacrosse Headquarters

A $15 million capital campign funded entirely by private donations resulted in a new headquarters for US Lacrosse, a training center for the U.S. national teams, and endowments for US Lacrosse safety and inclusion programs. The facility features a three-story administrative center named in honor of a lead gift from the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association, the National Hall of Fame and Museum, and Tierney Field.

US Lacrosse purchased the 12-acre plot of land in Sparks, Md., December 2012 and broke ground on the facility April 23, 2015. US Lacrosse staff moved into the building May 16, 2016, and opened the complex to the public Sept. 9-11, 2016.

Grand Opening Highlights

Tierney Field

William G. Tierney Field, named in honor of the Hall of Fame Team USA, Princeton and Denver coach, features a GreenFields' state-of-the-art MX Trimension woven turf and woven Sine pad along with a TPE infill. Surrounding it are stadium lights, a video scoreboard and public address system, shot clocks, and a midfield tunnel to access two team locker rooms and one officials locker room.

The field is lined for men's lacrosse and women's lacrosse. Capacity is 1,500, inclusive of bleacher seating for 474. For games, all seating is first-come, first-served, and fans may bring collapsible camping/tailgating chairs and blankets for hillside/grass areas. Prohibited items include: alcohol, dogs and other animals, lacrosse balls, glass containers, smoking, tents and umbrellas.

Game ScheduleA-Z Guide

Gallery

IWLCA Building

The IWLCA Building at US Lacrosse Headquarters houses the US Lacrosse offices and the National Hall of Fame and Museum, highlighted by the Richie Moran Hall of Fame Gallery. The three-story, 45,000-square foot building features the Crum Family Education and Training Center, additional meeting spaces, and locker rooms and storage on the ground level.

The Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. Promenade connects the IWLCA Building to Tierney Field. Twenty-one pillars that honor college lacrosse programs line the promenade, and on its south end reside the Creator's Game statue, sculpted by Jud Hartmann and relocated from the former US Lacrosse headquarters in Baltimore, and the 9/11 Memorial. The memorial honors more than 60 individuals connected to lacrosse that were killed in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Hall of Fame/Museum

Field Rental

Visiting Team Guide

Tierney Field provides a unique and intimate setting for all levels of lacrosse play, including games, practices, camps, clinics and other private events. If you are interested in renting the field, please complete the form below and a member of our staff will respond to you shortly.

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