LADM, Grants Impacting Game Growth in Northern Virginia

Jan 22, 2020

The HRYL girls’ division was an early adopter of the LADM and has offered small-sided games for its U10 and U12 players for the past two years. The league adopted the concept for the boys’ division this fall and leveraged local high school players to help introduce the alternate play paradigm.

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Impacting Indiana with a US Lacrosse Diversity Grant

Jan 17, 2020

Two years ago, Jacqueline Bartelt’s daughter transferred into Lawrence North High School, located in Indianapolis’ northeast suburbs. Much to her disappointment, the school did not have a girls’ lacrosse team. Rather than accept the status quo, mother and daughter got busy.

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First Stick Program Helps Dreams Become Realities

Nov 27, 2019

Lacrosse can be a powerful vehicle to help children be happy, healthy and successful. The US Lacrosse First Stick Program helps provide access to children to benefit from a transformative lacrosse experience.

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US Lacrosse Resources Support High Sierra Lacrosse Growth

Nov 22, 2019

A US Lacrosse First Stick Program grant, coupled with liability insurance coverage through the US Lacrosse membership platform, helped provide a needed toehold for lacrosse in Reno, Nevada. 

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Native American Heritage Month a Source of Pride for Scholarship Winners

Nov 08, 2019

Established in 2006 and sponsored by US Lacrosse, the Tewaaraton’s scholarship program annually recognizes two high school seniors, one Native American male and one Native American female, for academic achievement and lacrosse excellence.

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First Stick Program Helps Remove Barriers in Telluride

Nov 06, 2019

Founded in 2004 by East Coast transplants and supported by resources from US Lacrosse, the Telluride Youth Lacrosse Association provides lacrosse opportunities for boys and girls of all ability levels in a safe and fun environment.

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Spreading the AED Gospel

Oct 22, 2019

Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are portable and easy-to-use devices that deliver potentially life-saving defibrillation therapy quickly and effectively.

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2020 Convention Scholarships Available for Diversity Coaches

Sep 13, 2019

Diversity scholarships are intended to provide funds to deserving lacrosse leaders who require financial assistance in order to pursue professional development opportunities in coaching. Eligible coaches include those who provide lacrosse programming for underserved or underrepresented youth. 

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Roc E6 Program at Shootout for Soldiers

Sep 10, 2019

Roc E6, a member of the US Lacrosse Urban Lacrosse Alliance (ULA) based in the Rochester, N.Y. area, had the opportunity to participate in the Shootout for Soldiers event at Canadaigua Academy in late July.

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Olney, Tosone Are 2019 Breschi Scholarship Winners

Aug 20, 2019

US Lacrosse names Molly Olney of Seattle, Washington and Audra Tosone of Walpole, Massachusetts as the recipients of 2019 Michael Breschi Scholarships.

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