News & gear by players, for players ★ Powered by Fivestar App ★ Grow The Game®

LaxCon 2020 Fan Experience: Here’s What People Said On Social Media

LaxCon 2020, the most-recent annual celebration of lacrosse by US Lacrosse, was held in Philadelphia over the weekend. With more than 120 sessions for coaches, officials and administrators, countless cutting-edge products on display and some of the biggest names in the sport in attendance, it was an eventful one.

The convention is about the sport and professional advancement within it, but it’s also about the fans. Countless numbers of people who flock to LaxCon aren’t pro players or business people — they’re just crazy for lacrosse.

The experience at the event this year provided young fans with the opportunity to meet some of those in the sport whom they looked up to and admire.

Get Early Access

"*" indicates required fields

A mobile app that empowers athletes and fans to create and enjoy their best sports highlights, + enter to win a Playstation 5. Learn more...
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

We rounded up some of the reactions that people attending the convention posted on social media. Here were some of our favorites.

LaxCon 2020 Fan Experience: Social Media Reactions

It wasn’t only kids who got to live out their lacrosse dreams. The opportunities for adult players and coaches to hear from some of the brightest minds in the game helped spread knowledge of the sport and continued to inspire a love for lacrosse.

LaxCon2020 hosted plenty of retailers showing off their most incredible products, from shafts to heads to everything else you could imagine. One of the biggest parts of LaxCon is the vendor booths. Rich Snow of Wood Lacrosse Sticks walked us through some of his favorites from LaxCon 2020 in this video.Attendees even had the chance to check out and test some of the latest and greatest technology to come to the sport. For example, a VR display offered fans a look at what playing their favorite sport in the virtual world looks like. The introduction of VR into lacrosse could change the way athletes train and prepare for games, plus open the game up to that much more of the world.

LaxCon 2020 attracted some of the most recognizable faces in lacrosse, from players to coaches to personalities. Fans could interact and meet some of their favorites, and it made the event special for everyone involved.

YouTuber and college lacrosse player Jesse James West made a vlog of his time at LaxCon 2020, and it showcases the wide variety of exciting and unique experiences the convention made possible.

If you missed LaxCon 2020, don’t be too sad. There’s always next year. US Lacrosse announced Sunday that LaxCon 2021 will be returning to Baltimore from Jan. 15-17, 2021. Save the date!


Previous Article
nll national lacrosse league roar digital betmgm

BetMGM Forms First-Ever US Gaming Partnership In Lacrosse

Next Article
penguins select lacrosse box lacrosse tournament

Where Is The Best Box Lacrosse Near Me? You'll Find It At The PrimeTime Galactic Games