One year ago, over 240 collegiate and post-collegiate lacrosse players came together to battle each other and raise funds to help victims of Hurricane Sandy. The event will commence again as the 2nd Annual Margolis Cup on December 27th, 28th, 29th, and it has a unique format, both on the field, and in the how the rosters are created.
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The Fourth Annual CityLax Southampton Shootout is in the books. The 2012 version of the event saw 19 teams play a full day of lacrosse for a great cause, in a great location, with great weather and results!
John Grant, Jr. and the Colorado Mammoth rally around a teammate by giving you the chance to own a major piece of NLL history. Doing great things on and off the floor!
The Salt Shakerz do big things on the lacrosse field. But they also do big things OFF the field as well! This time they’re motivating the crew and getting down to help a most worthy charity: the Avon Breast Cancer Walk in New York City!
Stevenson is hosting the Meghan Puls Lacrosse Classic next month, and adding a fall ball event, especially when it’s connected to a charity, is a great move for almost any program. Growing The Game, doing good and playing lax.
LaxAllStars.com brings you MORE CityLax Southampton Shootout Lacrosse Tournament coverage. We have a couple hundred awesome lacrosse photos for you to check out. See what a perfect TEN tourney is like!
The 3rd annual CityLax Southampton Shootout is in the books! This charity lacrosse tournament was excellent! The atmosphere, weather and level of play were all exceptional, and the charity aspect is even better! Highlights plus a chance to win LAS SWAG!
Connor Wilson and Team LAS will be heading to the Third Annual CityLax Southampton Shootout, which is a charity lacrosse tournament that benefits CityLax, a not for profit in New York City. 2009 and 2010 were great. High expectations for 2011!
Connetquot High School’s lacrosse community comes together every May to honor three former teammates with an Alumni game. But it doesn’t end there. See what these Connetquot grads are doing to make sure that future laxers in their community have it even better!