Rhino Lacrosse has teamed up with the organizers of the renowned Lake Placid Summit Lacrosse Tournament, George and Kevin Leveille, to present the Oregon Lacrosse Classic, a three-day lacrosse festival in Bend, Oregon.
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Oregon’s new football facility is absolutely preposterous. It’s better than most NFL facilities, and makes a mockery of many other college facilities. With all this Nike money, when are the Ducks going to add men’s lacrosse? If you’ve got $68 Million for a football building, you must have $10 Million to start a killer varsity lacrosse program!
Bend, Oregon is the home of the Bigfoot Summer Bender Men’s Lacrosse Tournament. 2013 was the 3rd year of the tournament’s existence. In each of the previous years, the Bender has seen exponential growth in not only participants in the tournament, but the talent as well.
This week’s POTW comes to us from some coast to coast action, we received several AWESOME game photos from high school match-ups around the nation and decided to feature a few of them as our Photo of the Week!
A great Photo of the Week out of Oregon!
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Plans this summer? How about some lacrosse in Oregon?
This amazing video comes to us from Eastern Oregon, a rural part of the state, where the game of lacrosse is rapidly taking off. Native communities are picking the sport up, and LAS’s own Richard Roy is a big part of the group making a huge difference. You want to see the game growing? Here […]
This Photo of the Week comes to us from Saturday’s match-up between Colorado and Oregon.
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Richard Roy, John Meade, and at least 20 players head to the Umatilla Reservation to provide a first-hand introduction to lacrosse in Eastern Oregon.
The Grow The Game Tour finally entered the state of Oregon! On our way up to Seattle we stopped in Hermiston, OR to put on an event for some local lacrosse players from the surrounding areas.
Richard Roy, John Meade, and Cam Bomberry make their way through Oregon Growing The Game with the local Native American population. It is an inspiring story of giving and community!