Home Grow The Game
Stories about growing the sport of lacrosse and spreading the game to new areas. From beginners to professional players, anyone can #GrowTheGame!
Stan Cockerton, one of eight new Class of 2014 inductees into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame, readily admits that virtually his entire life is wrapped up in lacrosse. His family life, his volunteer activities, his professional endeavors—it’s all lacrosse, all the time.
Sport England has officially recognized English Lacrosse and their amazing accomplishment of drastically increasing participation amongst 14 -25 year olds.
Join us in welcoming Frederic Larsson to LaxAllStars! Fred is a UK native spending the year abroad here in the US at Cal State Long Beach in Southern California. He will be sharing his experiences in the States all year on LAS, starting with today. So without further ado, here is the beginning of Fred's American lacrosse adventure!
In London, England one of the largest higher learning institutions is University College London, or UCL. At UCL, sports fall in to a union known as the UCLU. This year, the UCLU is letting the world decide which sport the world like to see added to the UCL Varsity Series for 2015.
David Higbee is the Executive Director for BRIDGE Lacrosse, a North Texas based non-profit dedicated to growing the game of lacrosse in urban environments.
LaxAllStars.com is pleased to announce the availability of CUSTOM Grow The Game lacrosse apparel, including tees, hoodies, crewneck sweathshirts, and socks.
Sam Lane is the MAINEiax boys director and head coach as well as the head coach of men's lacrosse at the University of Southern Maine. Sam played at Washington College, a Division III powerhouse in Maryland, before moving on to become a well respected game grower and coach in the Portland, ME, area. Let's catch up with Sam on the growth of lacrosse in Maine!
Never let someone tell you that playing lacrosse is impossible. It IS possible, no matter what obstacles stand in your way. If you have a physical disability, you can play. If you don't have a great stick, you can play. Heck, you don't even need a real field to play the game!