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Join Israel Lacrosse at the NCAA Final Four in Philadelphia

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Join the Israel Lacrosse Association at the NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Final Four at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA. The Israel Lacrosse hospitality tent will be in the K lot, right next to Laxfest and just outside head house plaza, from Saturday, May 25th through Monday, May 27th, with a complimentary traditional Middle East BBQ, raffles and giveaways. Read More…

Posted in: International

US Lacrosse National Convention Generates Economic Boom for Philadelphia


BALTIMORE, Jan. 18, 2013 — The 2013 US Lacrosse National Convention, presented by Champion, drew 6,889 participants to the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia Jan. 11-13, as announced today by US Lacrosse. The annual professional development event is the largest of its kind in the world for lacrosse coaches, officials and administrators. Read More…

3rd Annual LEAPS Friends and Benefits Pro Charity Game and Youth Play Day – 10/27/12


Since 2008 LEAPS has taught 15,000 kids and counting the sport in Philly, Wilmington, and Camden. LEAPS helped start the Philly Public High School League and Philly Middle Grades League, and the growth continues. This spring 2013, Roxborough, Frankford and West Philly High Schools will all start teams. Read More…

Posted in: Boathouse, High School

Cradle Lacrosse 2012 Fall Schedule


Cradle Lacrosse is excited for another fall season teaching lacrosse to boys and girls ages four to eight at multiple locations in the greater Philadelphia region. New six-week Cradle fall sessions will launch this September at Friends Select School in downtown Philadelphia, Germantown Academy in Fort Washington, and the Shipley School on the “Main Line.” Read More…

Ex-Lacrosse Coach Arrested For Accusing Replacement Of Sexual Misconduct

Ex-lacrosse coach, Tim Udinski, has been arrested on stalking and harassment charges. The charges stem from Udinski making false accusations against his replacement as well as other officials at Lansdale Catholic High School in Philadelphia. Ticked off about being fired, Udinski sent seven emails reporting abuse to the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. In these anonymous emails, he deliberately and falsely claimed that both the Lansdale Catholic football and lacrosse coaches were engaged in sexual solicitation of players on their respective teams. Read More…

Posted in: High School