Lacrosse tournaments on hot summer days in Maryland are nothing out of the ordinary for players, coaches and parents across the country. This June, Harford and Cecil County will host a brand new tournament with an invaluable message: One Love. Continue reading
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
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
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
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.
With topography as varied as the U.S. itself, Maryland is primed and ready to host any event a sports planner has in mind. From mountain biking and whitewater kayaking in Western Maryland, to marlin fishing in Ocean City, to soccer in the plethora of sports-field complexes spread across the state, to cheerleading and gymnastics events in the Baltimore City and Ocean City Convention Centers, to indoor or outdoor tennis complexes to baseball in no less than nine minor league ballparks and more, the state has much to offer. It’s also accessible to travelers using any mode of transportation. In short, according to Terry Hasseltine, executive director of Maryland Sports, it’s a perfect location, and one planners should be considering in their site selection decisions.
This summer the world is watching Rio, and we at Maryland Sports are no different. 12 Marylanders are competing in the Olympics, 11 for Team USA and one for Team Jamaica. From the opening
ceremony we could see the presence of our Maryland Olympians when Michael Phelps (Baltimore) led Team USA in the parading of countries. Continue reading