These Lacrosse links will help you to discover more about this terrific sport, and the organizations and people who play it rather well . . .
Major League Lacrosse (MLL) is the official site of the professional lacrosse outdoor league which includes lots of news, gallery, schedules, stats and information.
The National Lacrosse League (NLL) is a men’s professional indoor lacrosse league, and their official website is jam packed with information including news, highlights, pictures, and all things relating to the NLL.
NCAA.com for all the latest information about the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse action
NCAA.com for all the latest information about the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse action
CSU Lacrosse is the website for the CSU Rams Lacrosse team (Colorado State University) and is packed with information, news and reports about the team, the players and game reports
Information about Youth Lacrosse in New York State can be found here, at Canandaigua Youth Lacrosse, with coaching and team information, schedules plus a whole lot more
For more information about Lacrosse in the Washington state area, visit the website of Cooper’s Lacrosse Club, the B league champions of Washington.
To find out about the popular sport of Lacrosse in Canada visit the website for the Canadian Lacrosse Association
And for more information about Lacrosse across the water, visit the website of the English Lacrosse Association with info about the history of the sport, as well as all the latest on the men’s, women’s and mixed teams
Inside Lacrosse is a fantastic magazine with tons of information about lacrosse including stories, videos and photos, as well as up to date rankings for both men and women’s lacrosse in high school, college, club and professional teams.
It might be a little “last year” but take a look at the official website for the 2010 World Lacrosse championships. It’s still well worth a visit.
Want to improve your Lacrosse game a little? Well, for starters why not take a look at Speedladder.com, you’ll be surprised at how much your can increase your foot speed and agility, all in the name of the game.