Capital Lacrosse Invitational Features Cornell, Hopkins, Penn State, and UNC This Fall

The Capital Lacrosse Invitational is a premier college fall ball lacrosse tournament to support and promote the Mario St. George Boiardi Foundation and its mission of “empowering the next generation through academics and athletics.”

The Capital Lacrosse Invitational will be held Sunday, October 7th at the Landon School. The event will include 4 of the top Division 1 collegiate men’s lacrosse programs in the country: Cornell University, Johns Hopkins University, Penn State University and the University of North Carolina. The participating teams will play a round robin format and each will compete in two or three games throughout the day.

Before the tournament begins, a select group of collegiate players will host a free youth lacrosse clinic. In addition, the participating college coaches will host a “coaches corner” clinic for local area youth coaches.

Here is more information about the Mario St. George Boiardi Foundation and their charitable efforts.

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  1. […] and the Mario St. George Boiardi Foundation hosted its first charity lacrosse exhibition, the Capital Lacrosse Invitational. The Foundation was created in memory of George Boiardi, a former Landon student and lacrosse […]

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