Honoring the history of the game has always been central to the mission of US Lacrosse. The entrance path to the National Lacrosse Center is dedicated to the remarkable history and traditions of collegiate lacrosse.
The path, to be named Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr. Promenade, extends between the turf field and stadium, and the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association building at US Lacrosse Headquarters.
Rosenberg Promenade will be lined by brick pillars, each offered as a $50,000 naming opportunity to represent a collegiate lacrosse program. Each pillar will prominently feature a program by name and will include a plaque highlighting program history or other recognition. There are a limited number of pillars available.
The National Campaign has grown with the support of volunteer alumni committees raising funds and awareness of the Pillar Campaigns. These men and women are passionate about lacrosse, and about the schools where they played. Join them in their efforts to celebrate collegiate lacrosse history, and have their programs proudly represented at US Lacrosse Headquarters.
|University of Denver||Donate|
|Loyola University of Maryland|
|University of Maryland||Donate|
|University of North Carolina|
|University of Pennsylvania|
|University of Virginia||Donate|
|Washington and Lee University|