Matt Dunn, a bronze medalist with the 2019 U.S. men's indoor team, is seen here at a U.S. team player clinic in Texas last January. He's one of 10 national team players offering virtual clinics as part of this year's LaxCon.

We’re just over a week away from the 2021 US Lacrosse Convention — an all-virtual event that takes place Jan. 15-16. The new format will be a different experience for this annual staple, but we’re excited to bring the lacrosse community together in a different way to get ready for the season.

Here’s a look at LaxCon by the numbers:

1,900

Registrants for this year’s LaxCon

48

States represented by registrants for the convention

7

Countries represented by registrants for the convention

180

Presenters covering all aspects of the sport at the convention

80

Hours of programming content for coaches, officials, program leaders and fans

12

Months that convention registrants will be able to access the majority of presentations online

19

US Lacrosse partners that will be activating at the convention, many of them offering educational sessions in their areas of expertise.

16

Exhibitors that will join US Lacrosse partners as part of the virtual exhibitor hall.

$60

Member price for access to the full convention

10

U.S. national team members — Dempsey Arsenault, Trevor Baptiste, Taylor Cummings, Megan Douty, Matt Dunn, Liz Hogan, Marcus Holman, Alice Mercer, Joe Nardella, Brian Phipps offering virtual player clinics.