The United States leads the world in women's lacrosse from grassroots
development to elite international competition. Little girls are
playing as young as kindergarten and grown women continue to play,
coach and mentor. With the success of the US National Team at the
World Cup Championships in 2001 and on the eve of the 2005 games
held in the United States, women's lacrosse enjoys a fresh and deserved
hype as the exciting Native American sport heads into a big new
Once a regional favorite in the mid-Atlantic and New England, the
popularity of women’s lacrosse continues to spread throughout
the US from Maine to California. Competitive college lacrosse programs
now exist in Colorado, Illinois, California and Utah as East Coast
players move West, bringing the game with them. Brand new programs
have been introduced at Oregon and the University of Miami, two
classic state schools on opposing ends of the continent. If this
isn't the perfect picture of growth, what is?
Perhaps it is the prevalence of lacrosse in pop culture or the magnitude
of high school recruiting tournaments attracting up to 5,000 athletes
and an additional 5,000 coaches, referees, parents and fans in just
one weekend! Or, maybe it is the unofficial club team system, celebrating
an entrepreneurial spirit in lacrosse, supporting the high demand
of top-notch coaching and endorsing year-round play for lacrosse
players from sea to shining sea.
Leading the growth and innovating the types of opportunities for
all young women, womenslacrosse.com has been the information hub
of the lacrosse network and is growing into a far-reaching service
organization. Five years since inception, an empire is thriving
with a strong foundation built on the promotion of lacrosse through
laugh-out-loud fun, diverse and organized opportunity and family-like
With real and virtual growth in mind, womenslacrosse.com hosts
a colorful website geared to the women’s game, from grassroots
to global, with its display of event registrations, vivid pictures,
college lacrosse polls and links to other great lacrosse resources.
womenslacrosse.com and its budding affiliates has become a resource
for thousands of lacrosse enthusiasts looking for answers, direction
and more opportunities to learn, play and experience lacrosse.
The growth of women’s lacrosse deserves the immediacy of
today. womenslacrosse.com has grown to envelope a number of components
that add to the individual experiencing the lacrosse world from
And, this is still . . . just . . . the . . . beginning . . .
We invite you to look closer and join the largest “NET”
WORK in women’s lacrosse.