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Incase You Missed It: Lacrosse Played on the White House Lawn

WASHINGTON –– The White House hosted its first-ever lacrosse clinic today on the South Lawn featuring some of the nation’s best lacrosse players showcasing the health benefits of the nation’s fastest growing sport to 100 youth as part of the First Lady’s Let’s Move! in Indian Country (LMIC) initiative. Read More…

The President Honors NCAA Student Athletes

The President continues a tradition started by President George W. Bush by honoring championship teams and student athletes from across the NCAA with a reception at the White House. Various championship teams and players are recognized for their efforts to give back to their communities, continuing an effort begun by President Obama of sports champions being commended for service as part of a White House visit. Obama mentions lax around the 1:50 mark.

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Lady Terps Take Over the White House

All of the national championship teams from last year visited the White House yesterday, and the Lady Terps were straight thuggin. Click this link if you want to know why Lady Terps make your dreams come true. Click the pic to see the rest of the photos.

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Duke Lacrosse to be Honored at White House on Sept. 13

DURHAM, N.C.— At a reception at the White House on Sept. 13, President Barack Obama will honor student-athletes from across the NCAA, including members of Duke’s men’s lacrosse team. The President will welcome student-athletes from dozens of schools and various sports to congratulate them on their accomplishments in the classroom as well as on and off the playing field. Keep Reading…

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