Maryland’s Own Monday: Top of the Bay Lacrosse

Based out of Harford County, Top of the Bay Lacrosse is a premiere lacrosse event organization creating marquee tournaments annually for girls ages eight to 18 to play lacrosse while having fun with their friends as well as getting recruited in their later years. Continue reading

Featured Venue Friday: Cedar Lane Regional Park

If you are looking to host your next large field tournament with abundant space, close proximity to tourist attractions and an easily accessible venue for the northeast region, look no further than Cedar Lane Regional Park in Harford County. Continue reading

TEAM Maryland Tuesday: Harford County

Home to nationally recognized lacrosse tournaments, My Lady’s Manor Steeplechase Races, the 2018 Bassmaster Elite at the scenic shorelines of the Chesapeake Bay and more, Harford County is a hotspot for the sport tourism industry, offering a wide variety of sports to suit everyone’s fancy. Continue reading

Cedar Lane Regional Park is a Local Hotbed for Lacrosse

Harford County, home to Cedar Lane Regional Park, is a premiere sports destination for local, regional and national tournaments annually. Cedar Lane brings many tourists to the state through their summer tournaments, and this summer is no different.

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What is the fastest growing team sport in the United States?

In a country full of home-runs, three pointers and the cherished hole-in-one, there is a lot of debate as to what sports are more popular than others. According to the Sports and Fitness Industry Association (SFIA), rugby is currently the nation’s fastest growing team sport in the United States, and it is taking off successfully in the state of Maryland. Continue reading

Lax Inception & Harford County are the New Hot Spot for College Recruiting

The beginning of a summer filled with top-notch girl’s lacrosse started this past weekend with the 2015 Lax Inception tournament at Cedar Lane Regional Park and Carsins Run Fields in Harford County.1409359280

Hosting age groups from current high school freshmen to seniors, the tournament is specifically for players showcasing their talent to college recruiters. Top colleges and universities varied in attendance with schools such as perennial powerhouses University of Maryland, Duke University and Penn State University to newcomers Florida Southern University and University of California Berkeley. College recruiters traveled across the country to check out some of the best competition in effort to draw these players to their campus. Continue reading