US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament Highlights Young Talent

This pa2mbn2d6pdle5e309st weekend Maryland welcomed a lacrosse takeover with the final rounds of the Men’s and Women’s NCAA Tournament. Adding to the Championship weekend, US Lacrosse held its National Tournament for the Schoolgirls Division at Cedar Lane Regional Park in Bel Air. The National Tournament, which took place May 24-25, dates back to 1933 and finds its roots in regional post-collegiate club all star teams. The Schoolgirls Division originated in 1981 and features high school varsity girls lacrosse players ranging from grades 9-11. Growing from 36 teams a decade ago to the 63 national-tournament-2014-transteams which participated in this year’s event; the National Tournament has become a premier recruiting event for college coaches. Director of Communications at US Lacrosse, Brian Logue, states, “This event is always held near the NCAA Division I Women’s Championship in order to allow college coaches to both attend the championships and recruit at the US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament. Cedar Lane has been used for this event the last two times that the NCAA championship was held at Towson.” Continue reading