War 4 The Shore Lacrosse Tournament

UcFit's PJ Martin and NJ Governor, Chris Christie.


The War 4 The Shore Lacrosse Tournament is in support of We Shore Will and those affected by Hurricane Sandy. The event consists of an 8 v 8 charity lacrosse tournament with teams of 12-15 players. All proceeds go to the We Shore Will campaign fund that redirects monies directly to different organizations supporting the individuals and small businesses of the New Jersey Shore. Read More…

Millon Lacrosse and Warrior Partner to Aid the Lacrosse Community After Super Storm Sandy

Oct 30, 2012; South Kingstown, RI, USA; A child's bike is covered in debris at the Roy Carpenter's Beach cottages from Hurricane Sandy. Mandatory Credit: Greg M. Cooper-US PRESSWIRE


Millon lacrosse camps and Warrior are partnering up to provide up to $15,000 in retail value lacrosse equipment, footwear, and apparel to young lacrosse players in the Long Island area that were stricken by Super Storm Sandy. Families can request items such as protective equipment as well as select non-uniform apparel items that may have been lost or destroyed in the storm. Read More…

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Pro Athletics Rebuilds After Sandy

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Pro Athletics is doing all it can to help people affected by tropical storm Sandy. The company is donating 100% of every NY/NJ short sold to Sandy relief, specifically the American Red Cross. These are ready to ship the today. Read More…

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Boston College Men’s Lacrosse Helps After Hurricane Sandy

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Over the weekend, the BC Men’s Lacrosse team and coaching staff went down to Fairfield, CT, to help out a teammate whose house was completely underwater after Hurricane Sandy. They took out the entire first floor of both his house and several of his neighbors, as well as cleaned up all kinds of trees that were down across the neighborhood. Drywall, flooring, doors, casings, furniture, kitchens, you name it, it all had to go. Read More…

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Misericordia Lacrosse Rallies Together to Support Hurricane Sandy Survivor’s Family

Misericordia Lacrosse Rallies Together to Support Hurricane Sandy Survivor


The Misericordia University men’s lacrosse team and community are collecting clothing and food items for the family of former men’s lacrosse player Danny McKeefrey ’07, whose home was destroyed in a fire during Hurricane Sandy in Breezy Point, Queens. McKeefrey is currently a NYPD officer and volunteer firefighter. Read More…

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