Congratulations to Patrick Dougherty of Istanbul, Turkey, the January 2013 Game Grower of the Month, and our first international selection!
Stories about growing the sport of lacrosse and spreading the game to new areas. From beginners to professional players, anyone can #GrowTheGame!
The 2012 National Champions take on the 2013 National Teams. This is the first year that both defending National Champions will take on the US National Team, and they should prove to be very competitive games.
Lacrosse can’t grow as it has without some very passionate people helping along the way – and we KNOW it is time to recognize them!
Congratulations to Roan Gideon of Rhinebeck, NY, the September 2012 Game Grower of the Month.
Congratulations to Tim Haslam of Salt Lake City, UT, the October 2012 Game Grower of the Month.
Congratulations to Kristy Sligar of Boise, ID, the November 2012 Game Grower of the Month.
Congratulations to Dave Low of Bainbridge Island, WA, the December 2012 Game Grower of the Month.
This old video is by far and away the BEST lacrosse video you will see all year. We guarantee it!
Connor Wilson shares his Most Memorable Moments from the 2013 US Lacrosse Convention. From wooden sticks to Paul Rabil to gear and a surprise ride home, this post has it ALL!
Over the years I have tried to stay true to the Grow the Game mindset. Often, I get off track and get sucked into the petty BS, but generally my mission remains the same.
Once the kids move on, what is a lacrosse parent left to do? Richard Roy has some answers for you, and some interesting thoughts on the old leading the young!
The Zen, Lacrosse and the Art of Stringing fundraiser has been extended until January 21st. The new rewards are bringing stringing clinics to a city near YOU! See how you can still get involved!
Check out our TWELVE most popular posts of 2012, as viewed by you. More importantly than the articles themselves, this tells us what people are most intrigued by within the lacrosse world.
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.
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.