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About Lacrosse

Lacrosse 7 Lacrosse comes from Native American Iroquois tradition and is believed to have been developed around 1100 AD. Weather conditions limited play in Canada, so an indoor variant called box lacrosse was developed in the 1930s. Lacrosse participation has traditionally been in the northeastern U.S. and Canada, but the sport has grown through North America in recent years. There are more than 800,000 lacrosse players in the United States, according to U.S. Lacrosse.

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31 Jul

NAIG Holds First Women's Lax Tournament

For the first time, the North American Indigenous Games held a tournament for women's box lacrosse. More

20 Jul

John Grant Jr. Retires

Lacrosse legend John Grant Jr. announced his retirement from the game after 17 years. More

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