U.S. National Team Player Performance Camps Begin in August

Jun 19, 2018

US Lacrosse, the sport’s national governing body, encourages players of all skill levels to register for a U.S. National Team Player Performance Camp scheduled to begin in August. Camps will be held at the following locations:

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Video: The Impact of Wheelchair Lacrosse

Apr 11, 2018

Our video of team of Mason Perricone and Michael Wallin bring a truly inspirational story from their visit with Wheelchair Lacrosse USA in California earlier this year.

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US Lacrosse Upgrades Member Insurance Program

Jan 11, 2018

US Lacrosse has announced several upgrades to its insurance program that will benefit individual members as well as leagues and clubs affiliated with US Lacrosse.

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Why I Serve US Lacrosse: Board Member Melissa Anderson

Oct 02, 2017

Melissa Anderson, a former captain and All-Ivy League lacrosse player at Princeton University, volunteers her time on the US Lacrosse Board of Directors.

Beyond her work with US Lacrosse, she remains highly involved in the game serving as the varsity girls’ lacrosse coach at Greenwich (Conn.) Academy where she is also the school’s director of college counseling. She also serves as co-director for Comet Girls Lacrosse.

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Why US Lacrosse: Board Vice Chair Ed Calkins

Sep 07, 2017

Ed Calkins, vice chair of the US Lacrosse Board of Directors and a member of Princeton's 1992 national championship team, shares his thoughts on the importance of US Lacrosse to the sport.

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Why US Lacrosse: Former Virginia Coach Dom Starsia

Sep 01, 2017

Longtime Brown University and University of Virginia coach Dom Starsia won four national championships and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2008.

As successful as he has been on the field, he also has a long history of giving back to the sport, including time he spent serving on the US Lacrosse Board of Directors. In this interview he talks about the importance of US Lacrosse and everyone in the sport working together.

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Why US Lacrosse: Team USA's Sarah Bullard

Jul 26, 2017

Sarah Bullard has described playing for Team USA as addictive.

She got her first taste of it a decade ago, helping the U.S. women's U19 team win gold in Peterborough, Canada. The following summer she tried out for the U.S. women's senior team, and made it - becoming the youngest player on the 2009 team that won gold in the Czech Republic, bringing the title home to the U.S. after Australia had won the 2005 World Cup. Bullard won another title in 2013 and just helped the U.S. win its third straight World Cup last week in England.

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Wall Ball Wednesday

Jun 28, 2017

US Lacrosse is currently hosting the second annual WallBall Challenge, powered by SNYPR. This year’s contest, running throughout the entire month of June, will benefit the First Stick Program, a US Lacrosse initiative that provides resources, including equipment, to start-up lacrosse programs.

Every Wednesday throughout the challenge, participants will be tasked with various tasks in order to be entered to win gear from our WallBall Challenge sponsors.

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Olympic Day Schedule

Jun 27, 2017

The spirit of the Olympic Movement is coming to US Lacrosse Headquarters as part of the celebration of Olympic Day on June 30. The US Lacrosse celebration of Olympic Day is one of nearly 2,000 events taking part nationwide during the month of June. Created in 1948, Olympic Day commemorates the birth of the modern Olympic Games and celebrates sport, as well as the ideals of fair play, perseverance, respect and sportsmanship.

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WallBall Wednesday Challenge

Jun 14, 2017

US Lacrosse is currently hosting the second annual WallBall Challenge, powered by SNYPR. This year’s contest, running throughout the entire month of June, will benefit the First Stick Program, a US Lacrosse initiative that provides resources, including equipment, to start-up lacrosse programs.

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