US Women’s Lacrosse National Championship
May 23 - May 24
US Lacrosse presents:
With 65 teams from across the country competing annually, the National Tournament has been become one of the nation’s marquee college recruiting events. The event is open to all high school aged players, but players must try out for regional teams in order to participate.
- Make the Sport Safer – Since 1998, we have invested more than $1 million in funding for lacrosse-specific research to make the game safer.
- Train and Certify Coaches – More than 15,000 coaches annually participate in US Lacrosse online training or in-person instructional clinics.
- Train and Certify Officials – US Lacrosse has more than 700 certified officials trainers and 350 certified officials observers to help improve the quality of officiating.
- Create Opportunities to Play – US Lacrosse awards more than $1 million annually in resources through the First Stick Program.
- Elevate the Sport’s Visibility – Our 30-time world champion U.S. National Teams set the standard for excellence in the sport.
- Pioneer National Standards – US Lacrosse youth rules and the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model are designed to create the best experience for all participants.
- Educate the Lacrosse Community – The US Lacrosse National Convention has grown to bring together more than 7,000 coaches, officials, administrators, and fans together each year.