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2018  Sand Storm Lacrosse Festival

January 13- 14, 2018 • Empire Polo Club • Indio, CA

Impeccably manicured sprawling fields with palm trees & snow capped mountains

Divisions

BOYS : HS Elite • HS Open • 2019 • 2020 • 2021 • 2022 • 2023 • 2024/25
GIRLS: HS Open • 2018 • 2019 • 2020 • 2021 • 2022 • 2023 • 2024

5 Full Field : 50 minute games • Championship format • 2 Day Tournament

Winter
Recruiting

A perfect winter option, over 3-day MLK weekend, in a WARM and very cool place. Be seen by college coaches from both coasts.

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2018  National Draw

June 15 – 17, 2018 • Marlton, NJ

Divisions

Fri / Sat • 2023 – 2026 – Play begins Fri at 5:30 • Ends Sat afternoon
Sat / Sun • 2019 – 2022 – Play begins Sat afternoon • Ends Sun Afternoon

4 Full Field – 50 minute games • Championship Format • Certified Officials
$500 Deposit • $1200 Balance | Final Payment & Rosters Due by May 3 | Waivers by May 29

Play
Off

Play for the title of National Amateur Championship in the most passionate tournament on the most beautiful venue on the East Coast!

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2017  Surf Storm Lacrosse Festival

November 10 – 11, 2018 • SoCal Sports Complex • Oceanside, CA.

20 contiguous fields & ample parking off I-5 between San Diego and LA

Divisions

BOYS : 2018/19 • 2020/21 • 2022 • 2023/24 • 2025/26
GIRLS: High School Open • 2021 • Middle School Open

5 Full-Field Games • Championship format • Certified Officials

Fall Recruiting

Premier 20 field complex off I-5, between San Diego/LA • Ample Parking! NCAA Recruiting window for college coaches

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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 millennium.

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 isdssdfdf? Read More

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