NDGP Helps Support Adaptive Lacrosse in Colorado

Mar 26, 2019

Since launching last summer, 719 Lacrosse has hosted two adaptive clinics for players with varying disabilities. The events have included participants ranging in age from six to 46, with some in wheelchairs and some who are not.

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US Lacrosse Launches Online Cultural Competency Course

Mar 19, 2019

New online training tool, free and available to everybody, is designed to help provide insight on understanding the importance of diversity and inclusion.

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Sankofa Clinic Visits the Big Apple

Mar 14, 2019

Over 200 kids in New York City came together to learn new skills last week as the US Lacrosse Sankofa Clinic made a stop at Columbia University’s Baker Field in Manhattan. Participants included youth players from the Inwood Lacrosse Club as well as those who have recently been introduced to the game through the NYPD’s Housing Bureau Community Affairs (HBCA) Unit. 

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Hidden Figure in History Helps Connect the Eras

Feb 28, 2019

Now retired from coaching, Alison Williams will always remain a bridge between two historical giants of the women’s lacrosse coaching ranks. 

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Developing Lacrosse for Blind Players

Feb 21, 2019

As founder of the Parkville (Md.) Adaptive Lacrosse program, Marty Delaney has been serving developmentally challenged players since 2001. He’s now focused on adding another target group to the lacrosse community - blind players.

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Webinar Offers Real Tools to Help with Inclusive Coaching

Feb 11, 2019

Lisa Drennan, founder of MERGE Diverse Abilities Inclusion Consulting, will help to answer the question around what inclusion means and how implementing some simple strategies can help you to be a more effective coach in this free webinar on Wednesday, Feb. 27.

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US Lacrosse Position Statement on Native American Mascots

Feb 07, 2019

Last fall, US Lacrosse announced the creation of a Native American Advisory Council (NAAC) to help provide guidance on and understanding of issues related to Native communities. As one of its first priorities, the NAAC has helped US Lacrosse to develop an official position statement regarding Native American mascots.

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US Lacrosse Statement on Comments at Philadelphia Wings Game

Jan 13, 2019

US Lacrosse strongly condemns the hurtful and unacceptable comments made by an announcer at the Philadelphia Wings game last night, as well as the inappropriate fan behavior that followed. Our sport traces its roots to the Native American community, and that legacy should be embraced and celebrated by everyone in our sport.

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Impacting South Jersey with a US Lacrosse Diversity Grant

Jan 08, 2019

The Salvation Army Kroc Center in Camden introduced lacrosse to local girls through free instructional clinics two years ago. A recent US Lacrosse diversity grant has now allowed the Center to significantly expand its programming.

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Top US Lacrosse Videos of 2018

Dec 28, 2018

Our video team led by Michael Wallin and Mason Perricone captured some great moments over the course of 2018. Here's a look back at some of our favorites.

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