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Created under the collective guidance of US Lacrosse and a committee of national youth lacrosse leaders, this championship event is open to any team and provides the highest level of national lacrosse competition for U15 boys and girls.
This year's expanded U15 National Championship begins with regional championships in the weeks leading up to July's national event in suburban Orlando. Teams representing the best in the country will compete as part of ESPN's RISE Games to become the ultimate winners, US Lacrosse U15 National Champions.
The 2011 U15 National Championships will conclude at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., with the girls' event on July 20-22 and the boys' event on July 22-24, and will be part of ESPN's RISE Games.
• Daily Admission Charge: $13.50
• Event Weather Hotline: 410-235-6882 ext. 5
• Event Coverage on LaxMagazine.com
• Lodging at the National Finals
• ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex
• Video: 2010 Girls' Championship Game
This is a simple note to say "Thank you" from Raleigh, North Carolina. My son and daughter were participants in the US Lacrosse Champion All-American Showcase and the U15 National Championship, respectively. Thank you for doing what you do. You have our commitment to give back and volunteer as a family next year when you come back for the Southeast Regional.
- 2011 participating family from Raleigh, N.C.
The 2011 US Lacrosse U15 regional championships were held in the following locations:
|West Region - Phoenix, Ariz.
||May 13-15, 2011
||Reach 11 Sports Complex
|Central Region - Arlington, Texas
||June 10-12, 2011
||Harold Patterson Complex
|Southeast Region - Raleigh, N.C.
||June 17-19, 2011
||CASL Soccer Complex
The top four finishers in each championship qualify for the national finals and earn registration discounts for the championship event. Teams may participate in more than one regional championship. These U15 regional championships are being played alongside the expanded 2011 US Lacrosse Lax Fests, which now include three age divisions.