Haudenosaunee World Games Eligibility Fiasco Further Exposes Why Olympic Lacrosse May Be Nothing More Than a Pipe Dream

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After nearly a month of the majority of the lacrosse world screaming for the Haudenosauee (Iroquois Nationals) to be included in the World Games, which is not a World Lacrosse event, in Birmingham, Ala. in 2022, World Lacrosse, The International World Games Association (IWGA), and the World Games 2022 Birmingham Organizing Committee (WGOC) made a joint announcement on Friday afternoon. That announcement stated that the Haudenosaunee would be eligible to compete in 2022 if they qualify under the selection criteria set by World Lacrosse for the event and approved by the IWGA.  Continue reading “Haudenosaunee World Games Eligibility Fiasco Further Exposes Why Olympic Lacrosse May Be Nothing More Than a Pipe Dream”

Lacrosse Hitting The Shores of The U.S. Virgin Islands

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Lacrosse has seen tremendous growth in the Caribbean in recent years, with Puerto Rico and Jamaica having success at the world championships, and programs in countries such as Barbados and Haiti starting to come to fruition. Continue reading “Lacrosse Hitting The Shores of The U.S. Virgin Islands”

Men’s European Lacrosse Championships Not to be Held in 2020

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The European Lacrosse Federation (ELF) and the European Lacrosse Championships (ELC) Organizing Committee has announced that the 2020 Men’s European Lacrosse Championships will not be held in 2020 as planned due to the Coronavirus outbreak.  Continue reading “Men’s European Lacrosse Championships Not to be Held in 2020”

World Lacrosse Men’s U19 Championships Not to be Played in 2020

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World Lacrosse and the Limerick Organizing Committee announced today that the World Lacrosse Men’s U19 Championships will not be played in 2020 as originally planned. The event was scheduled for July 9-18, 2020 in Limerick, Ireland.  Continue reading “World Lacrosse Men’s U19 Championships Not to be Played in 2020”

USA Edges Canada in Fall Classic

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In a low-scoring defensive heavy game, Canada was able to get their offense going midway through the game to get ahead 5-3 at the end of the third. USA was able to mount an impressive four-goal comeback to secure the 7-6 win. Joe Nardella scored the game-winner with 33-seconds left on the clock.  Continue reading “USA Edges Canada in Fall Classic”