On November 1st, Fields of Growth will host a HOPEFUL Gathering in New York City to benefit an educational fund fort a school in Uganda, which was built by NCAA Lacrosse Players.
Stories about growing the sport of lacrosse and spreading the game to new areas. From beginners to professional players, anyone can #GrowTheGame!
Nope, this photo of the week was NOT photoshopped. It’s all real and relates to Growing the Game! Next week we return to reader submissions!
Our favorite photos from life on the Dutchie while on the road with the Grow The Game Tour…
Jamaica Lacrosse ran into some problems with a shipment of lacrosse gear and a local reggae legend stepped in to make it right!
Each week we feature a superb lacrosse photo from someone in the lacrosse community. This week the snapshot is from the GTG Tour!
The Medicine Game is a documentary by Lukas Korver that follows the Thompson family for six years, and it explores the family’s relationship with lacrosse, and life.
Jeff Brunelle announces the official launch of LaxAllStars Fundraisers! It’s a new fundraising platform specifically built for the lacrosse community.
If your photo is selected as the Photo of the Week, we’ll hook you up with your very own LaxAllStars.com Prize Pack courtesy of the The Lacrosse Shop.
Deadspin.com recently published a very interesting article about the growth of lacrosse in America.
My favorite photos from our downtime on the Grow The Game Tour…
After this year’s Missoula Elite 100 event, lacrosse in the State of Montana may never be the same.
Eventually, someone from Hawaii was going to play D1 lacrosse, and that eventuality is NOW! Lincoln Liesemeyer commits to Furman University and is the first kid from the island to play D1 ball! Grow The Game!
Jump on board to claim your chance at winning some great prizes while supporting this awesome cause and growing a mustache!
On a beautiful sunny day at San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, fans entered Kezar Stadium ready for a battle.
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.
Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership featured in the Saturday, Oct 27th edition of The Wall Street Journal.
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!
Lombok Island in Indonesia is trying to host the Lombok Lax Series, and they need teams. Who is interested in Growing the Game?
Princeton’s Tom Schreiber spent some time in Uganda with Fields of Growth and he came back a changed man. Read Tom’s thoughts on living life, and loving lacrosse, in Africa.
Each day of the Grow The Game Tour is filled with activity and game growing action. Or heavy doses of RV travel… and fun. This is what we do, every minute of the day.