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Long Island’s Team 91 Wins Fourth Annual World Series of Lacrosse

On July Fourth, Long Island, N.Y.’s Team 91 Bandits took back home the World Series of Youth Lacrosse (WSYL) championship by defeating the Long Island Express 13-9 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver. Team 91 not only beat last year’s champions, but it also won its second WSYL...

4th Annual World Series of Lacrosse promises fireworks

World Series of Lacrosse promises fireworks

2 lacrosse drills that simulate live game action

2 lacrosse drills that simulate live game action

NJ multi-sport athlete defies odds on and off the field

Peter Schuh from Wyckoff, New Jersey is no average 14 year-old, excelling at Eisenhower Middle School with a perfect 4.0 grade point average while playing football, lacrosse and basketball. Off the...

US Lacrosse Clinic Series to promote diversity and inclusion in all communities

According to statistical data compiled by US Lacrosse, less than 10 percent of student-athletes playing lacrosse in 2011 were people of color. It is not surprising then that many people view...

Chesapeake Bayhawks propose $40 million stadium as part of new youth-friendly complex

The Chesapeake Bayhawks hinted that the franchise was looking for a lacrosse-specific home in March of 2017. That’s when the Baltimore Business Journal reported the team’s ownership had proposed a $...

National Prospect Elite 80 maximizes recruiting opportunities for Lax prospects

For high school boys and girls graduating in 2018 and 2019 The Cascade National Prospect Elite 80 is geared to maximize athletic recruiting opportunities for athletes and NCAA lacrosse coaches....

Legacy's Regional HS Lax Invitational offers coaches and early evaluation of their teams and players

Legacy's Regional HS Lax Invitational offers coaches and early evaluation of their teams and players

Former swimmer's lacrosse program is making a splash in Lincoln, Oregon

For Lincoln Lacrosse president, Will Harris, America's fastest growing sports wasn't his first love. It was swimming.  "I didn't see lacrosse until I got to college at Lewis & Clark college here...