2014 Maryland Lacrosse Wounded Warrior Project #Uniforms by @UnderArmour

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UA Freedom and the Terrapins are proud to support Wounded Warrior Project. These eight core values are more than words – they are inspiration, strength, and WILL. Read More…

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Maryland Lacrosse to Unveil New Uniforms Against UVA?

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The game will serve as Military Appreciation Day and as Under Armour’s Freedom Game, during which the Terps will be unveiling special, new uniforms. Read More…

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Wounded Warrior Project Lacrosse, Lax.com Special Feature (Video)

Wounded Warrior Project Lacrosse, Lax.com Special Feature


2013 was a very special year for both the sport of lacrosse and Lax.com. One of our proudest achievements was our involvement with the Wounded Warrior Project. Read More…

Shootout for Soldiers Breaks Previous World Record for Longest Lacrosse Game (Video)

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Months ago, a group of local, high school students began organizing an event with the hope of setting a world-record called Shootout for Soldiers. On June 14-15th, Shootout for Soldiers held its 24 hour lacrosse game and raised a huge chunk of change for the Wounded Warrior Project. Read More…

Rob Pannell Joins Shootout for Soldiers, Wounded Warrior Project

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Rob Pannell joins a slew of other top-notch players as a supporter of a 24 hour lacrosse game to benefit The Wounded Warrior Project. Pannell accompanies Kyle Hartzell, Paul Rabil, Steele Stanwick, Brian Farrell, Drew Westervelt, Eric Martin, and Jesse Schwartzman to name a few. “The Shootout for Soldiers is an awesome event benefiting a great cause,” said Pannell. “We are all able to enjoy our freedoms because of the men and women who protect us overseas, and I hope that the lacrosse community will rally behind this event.” Read More…

24 Hour Lacrosse Game, Shootout for Soldiers Uniforms

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A group of local, high school students has organized what stands to be a world-record breaking event called Shootout for Soldiers. The Shootout is a 24-hour lacrosse game with all proceeds going to support the Wounded Warrior Project in its effort to aid wounded US soldiers. The event, which will be held at The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland on June 14-15th, will seek to use the common platform of lacrosse to unite local area lacrosse players ages 10+ in the common benefit of the Wounded Warrior Project. Read More…

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