"There are no limitations to what we are looking for in this data. We want to measure power, distance, speed, reaction time, balance, positioning. The key is to understand what is most important to you and then be certain that the device we are using can give you that information."
“Lacrosse for me is a way to express myself. It’s like asking a musician what music is for him. There’s a way of getting out how you feeling and releasing emotions and having fun. Really for me, lacrosse is like an outlet. It’s nice to be able to show them something for once.”
“This is a huge opportunity for us. I’m so thankful to be a part of the IWLCA and our commitment to US Lacrosse and our ability to support this facility here. For us to be able to be the opener for the college game was really exciting. It was beautiful weather, just a great celebration of college level lacrosse.” -Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe
The history of lacrosse is showcased in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum at US Lacrosse headquarters. This weekend, just a few steps away from the museum, history will be made with the first regular season college games on William G. Tierney Field.
US Lacrosse today added two events owned and operated by TOP of the BAY Sports to the pilot phase of the US Lacrosse tournament sanctioning program, an initiative to raise the quality of the youth tournament experience and publicize events that meet operational criteria developed by US Lacrosse and industry experts.
The fourth annual US Lacrosse Diversity & Inclusion Essay Contest is underway. Hosted each year in conjunction with Black History Month and viewed as an opportunity to celebrate the growing diversity in the sport of lacrosse, we invite your submissions.