College Lacrosse in Great Falls, Montana

Great Falls

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Last December, it was announced that the University of Great Falls would be the first college in Montana to add a varsity men’s lacrosse program. Fast forward ten months to today, and the UGF Argos are ready to take the field. Check out the coverage below from KRTV and tell us this isn’t #progress for the game!

The Argos are aiming to eventually compete in the Men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association. Until then, the UGF men’s lacrosse team will stay independent, scheduling games with other squads in the Western region. Good luck this weekend, Argos!

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