Jerusalem edges Tel Aviv, 12-11
(JERUSALEM, ISRAEL) Rutgers University product Adam Goldberg scored four goals and added an assist to lead Jerusalem Lacrosse Club past Tel Aviv Lacrosse Club, 12-11, in front of a standing room only crowd at Kraft Stadium in Jerusalem on Saturday.
(JERUSALEM, ISRAEL) Israel Lacrosse, an organization dedicated to the development of the sport of lacrosse in Israel, has been officially recognized by the Federation of International Lacrosse
(MEXICO CITY, MEXICO) The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) held a development clinic in Mexico City November 4-8, 2010 for the Federación Mexicana de Lacrosse (FML). The clinicians were Coach Kevin Dugan
(BELGRADE, SERBIA) Over three days Jack Kaley and Rich Werner conducted four sessions of instruction to eighteen participants with quite varied experience and skill levels. Players were eager and enthusiastic
Jelgava and Riga stride toward the future!
(RIGA, LATVIA) The first time women’s lacrosse was seen in Latvia was in 2008, in a small town called Druva.
(POZNAN, POLAND) A referee clinic was held in May over the course of two days in Poznan Poland and attended by 18 die hard lacrosse players. This included 1.5 days in the classroom followed by some on field work