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5/24/2024 |  Notre Dame Men’s Lacrosse A Worthy Betting Favorite Entering Final Four (Sports Handle) For college sports junkies, Memorial Day weekend brings with it one of the most underrated and entertaining championships of the season. Men’s and women’s college lacrosse national champions will be crowned in the coming days, with the men competing Saturday and Monday in Philadelphia and the women competing Friday and Sunday in Cary, North Carolina.
4/12/2024 |  Lax.com Acquires Key Lacrosse Marketplace Competitor (SGB UPDATE) Lax.com expects to see a substantial expansion of its scope in the lacrosse marketplace, acquiring one of its chief competitors, Universal Lacrosse. The company said the acquisition combining the Lax.com and Universallacrosse.com sites makes Lax.com the largest e-commerce and team dealer dedicated strictly to the sport of lacrosse. Lax.com will also be acquiring Universal’s 10 retail stores.
1/25/2024 |  World Lacrosse Chooses Korea and Japan for Championship Events (SportsTravel) World Lacrosse will have three upcoming world championships in the Far East with the 2025 Men’s U20 Championship officially awarded to South Korea and the 2026 Women’s Championship and 2027 Men’s Championship awarded to Japan.
“We are thrilled to award these championships to Korea and Japan, two of our model members that are both ready to stage world-class events in incredible cities,” said World Lacrosse Chief Executive Officer Jim Scherr. “With our upcoming women’s U20 championship, we will have four championships in four years in Asia, which reflects how the game has grown at a breathtaking speed. I am excited for our global community to experience firsthand why the region is a new epicenter of lacrosse.”
12/7/2023 |  White House Supports Indigenous Lacrosse Team for 2028 Olympics (SportsTravel) A push to allow the Haudenosaunee Nationals to compete as its own team in lacrosse at the 2028 Olympic Summer Games in Los Angeles received a major endorsement when President Joe Biden announced Wednesday at the White House Tribal Nations Summit a push to allow the Indigenous nation that invented lacrosse to play under its own flag when the sport returns to the Olympics.
12/6/2023 |  President Joe Biden and the White House support Indigenous lacrosse team for the 2028 Olympics (Associated Press (AP)) President Joe Biden is pushing to allow the Indigenous nation that invented lacrosse to play under its own flag when the sport returns to the Olympics in 2028.
Biden’s position, being announced Wednesday at the White House Tribal Nations Summit, is a request for the International Olympic Committee to allow the Haudenosaunee Nationals to compete as its own team at the Los Angeles Games.

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