Registration Opens for 2022 USA Lacrosse Convention
SPARKS, Md. — When the lacrosse community comes together, we unlock our collective potential.
After a successful virtual run in 2021, we are thrilled to be back in person for the USA Lacrosse Convention Jan. 14-16, 2022 at the Baltimore Convention Center. Registration is open for USA Lacrosse members for early-bird pricing at just $95, a $35 savings off the regular registration price. This early-bird registration rate expires on Oct. 27. Discounts are also available for groups of five or more individuals.
Ask any of the 7,000-plus coaches, fans and officials that come year after year, and they’ll agree — there’s no better way to start your season. The convention features:
85+ sessions and live demos
The opportunity to learn from top coaches and officials in the game
Expo Hall with 100+ vendors with the latest lacrosse gear
Invite to exclusive Friday evening networking event
Opportunities to network with attendees and speakers
On-demand content access through December 31, 2022
Virtual Gift Bag with limited time exclusive offers
USA Lacrosse members can bundle their LaxCon registration with a Level 1 or 2 Coach Development Clinic. These clinics offer coaches an opportunity for hands-on training through active participation in games and activities.
Hotels in the downtown Baltimore area are available at discounted rates (reservations must be booked be Dec. 13, 2021). Search for the best options.
Learn from the sport’s most influential leaders. See the latest in lacrosse gear and tech. Create lasting connections with people who love lacrosse. Tap into a network of experts who are eager to share their experiences and knowledge to help grow the game.
We are better, safer and wiser together. United We Play.
Note: USA Lacrosse will continue to monitor and evaluate the ongoing impact of COVID-19. If an in-person LaxCon event is no longer deemed safe or lawful by local authorities, we will honor all registrations with a refund or credit.
Registration Opens for LaxCon 2021
Registration Opens for LaxCon 2021
Thu Nov 5 2020 | Press Release | Fuel
Represent your community. Reimagine the way we play. Reignite your love of lacrosse.
Registration for the 2021 US Lacrosse Convention, an all virtual event Jan. 15-16, opens today with special offers for US Lacrosse members. Annually the sport’s biggest trade show and professional development opportunity, US Lacrosse has converted the physical halls and walls of the convention center into an immersive digital platform to bring the excitement of the sport’s annual kickoff to people from all walks of the lacrosse world.
The cost of registration for LaxCon for US Lacrosse members is just $45 (a 40 percent savings over the non-member price) and members who sign up by Nov. 30, will receive a $20 discount for the 2022 US Lacrosse Convention in Baltimore plus a 50 percent discount on the official 2021 LaxCon T-shirt (with free shipping).
The registration fee for LaxCon 2021 includes the following benefits:
Access to ALL virtual sessions
On-demand access for one full year
Access to the virtual exhibitor hall
A virtual event bag with exclusive deals
Ability to network with other attendees
The lineup of speakers for LaxCon, including some of the biggest and most respected names in the sport, will be released in the coming weeks. The curriculum is aimed at coaches, officials and program leaders.
Groups of five or more individuals (must all be US Lacrosse members) can register together for an additional $10 per person discount.
This year, we’re going VIRTUAL. #LaxCon2021 registration is now open: https://t.co/55pSIsx9mu
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— US Lacrosse (@USLacrosse) November 5, 2020
Attendees can also bundle their LaxCon registration with a US Lacrosse Coach Development Program Level 1 Virtual Workshop for an additional $15 (note that this cannot be combined with the group registration discount). These two-hour athlete-centered coaching workshops fill the US Lacrosse Coach Certification Program requirements and focus on building and implementing and athlete-centered coaching philosophy. The session will cover best practices for teaching lacrosse skills in a manner that optimizes athlete development.
Registration for the virtual FanFest is coming in December. FanFest will include access to select sessions, access the virtual exhibitor hall and a virtual event bag with exclusive deals. FanFest attendees will also have the opportunity to sign up for virtual player clinics with men’s and women’s Team USA players.
For more information about LaxCon 2021, please visit laxcon.uslacrosse.org
Fink to Present at U.S. Lacrosse Convention for 11th Time
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — University of Saint Joseph (USJ) head men’s lacrosse coach Andrew Fink has been selected as a presenter at the upcoming 2021 U.S. Lacrosse Convention and Fan Fest (LaxCon). LaxCon is lacrosse’s largest trade show and professional development convention, which this year, will be held virtually over the course of two days from January 15-16.
Coach Fink will be presenting “Adjacent Man to Man Defense with Lock Offs” at this year’s convention. It marks the 11th time that Fink has presented at LaxCon in his career. The presentation will be on day two of the event: Saturday, January 16, at 2:30 p.m.
Fink is the first-ever head men’s lacrosse coach in USJ history. He led the Blue Jays to a 2-2 record in their inaugural season last year before competition was halted due to COVID-19. Fink joined the Blue Jays in 2018 after spending 16 years at Mount Ida College (15 as head coach) and he carries numerous accolades as a player and a coach onto the USJ Lacrosse Field.
The U.S. Lacrosse Convention has been operating for nearly two decades and represents the best professional development conference in lacrosse. With nearly half a million members nationwide, their goal is to provide national leadership, structure, and resources to fuel the sport’s growth and enrich player experience.
About USJ Athletics
University of Saint Joseph (USJ) Athletics is a NCAA Division III member of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC). The Blue Jays field 15 varsity sports with 200-plus student-athletes. For more information, please visit www.usjbluejays.com.
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US Lacrosse Convention Memorable Moments
The 2020 US Lacrosse Convention has come and gone. That means another year before lacrosse lovers can attend LaxCon 2021. Those who enjoy the event will have to endure the wait, but in the meantime, we can look back at some of the best moments from previous US Lacrosse Conventions in the past to build excitement for the next time the sport hosts a weekend.
Wings Host Game During LaxCon 2019
In 2019, the Philadelphia Wings and US Lacrosse formed a partnership to help promote and improve LaxCon that year. For $23, fans could buy a general admission ticket to the convention’s fan fest and a reserved seat at the Wings game against the Georgia Swarm on Jan. 12, the middle of the weekend when Philadelphia would welcome the lacrosse world for the event. This was a bit of a momentous occasion as it was the first season that the popular Wings franchise had been reestablished in Philadelphia since the franchise left for New England in 2014.
Celebrating Philadelphia Lacrosse Weekend with the @NLLwings tonight! #LaxCon2019 @USAMLAX pic.twitter.com/FsE6B1GEaW
— US Lacrosse (@USLacrosse) January 13, 2019
The Wings had a big presence at the event, with one of the team’s stars Trevor Baptiste seemingly showing up all over the place.
Some old Denver friends meeting up in the City of Brotherly Love #LaxCon2019 pic.twitter.com/xwWftHdY3T
— Philadelphia Wings (@NLLwings) January 11, 2019
More than a week later, highlights and reviews of #LaxCon2019 continue to pour in. Have a look and see what you may have missed. | https://t.co/dDbVVsjuw0 pic.twitter.com/Gypj0rmzYW
— US Lacrosse (@USLacrosse) January 21, 2019
And if getting a deal on a ticket for an NLL game wasn’t enough, attendees of the 2019 US Lacrosse Convention also got to enjoy the local delicacies.
Yo who’s in Philly for #LaxCon2019 !?! You gotta come eat the greatest cheesesteak on earth! @USLacrosse pic. twitter.com/wj4JMrqn0O
— Jim’s South St (@JimsSouthStreet) January 11, 2019
Snow Takes Over 2016 Edition
LaxCon 2016 took place in Baltimore, and the weather was not friendly.
A snowstorm ravaged through the city and much of the Northeast United States. The late-January storm made history, dropping 29.2 inches of snow on Baltimore and LaxCon, the most single snowfall the city ever recorded. In fact, the storm was so damaging, the federal government paid the state of Maryland more than $25 million to help with emergency work and repairs caused by the snow.
Do you think a little bit of snow stopped LaxCon, though? Of course not!
Sure, it may have made getting to and from Baltimore a bit more challenging, not to mention navigating the city during the weekend of the convention. But for lacrosse people passionate about their sport, not even record-breaking storms can stop them.
Getting ready for #LaxCon the snow can’t stop me #LaxCon2016
— JMOLax (@JMOLax) January 21, 2016
The snow was all anyone could talk about, and with good reason. But the 2016 US Lacrosse Convention still went on as a success and kept the annual weekend tradition going.
Duke and US Men’s National Team Coach John Danowski Speaks at LaxCon
John Danowski, the long-time men’s head coach at Duke and the boss of the US Men’s National Team, has been a feature at multiple LaxCons. He is the winningest coach in NCAA Men’s Division I history, boasts three national championships, and helped the United States bring home the title at the 2018 World Lacrosse Championships.
Needless to say: when he talks lacrosse, people listen.
In 2014, Lax All Stars cut together a video of some of Danowski’s most insightful and telling nuggets of wisdom for fellow coaches, from keeping your assistants on even footing to having team standards, not rules, and more.
Danowski has shared his knowledge at plenty of other LaxCons, like in 2015 when he talked to lacrosse lovers about his priorities as coach, among many other topics.
The coach was at LaxCon 2020, too, and you can bet he will be at future conventions as well. If he is someone you admire and you want a chance to hear from one of the best, you might have a decent chance at LaxCon 2021 or any future event.
Coach Plut to Present PE Professional Development Track at National US Lacrosse Convention
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SPARKS, Md. – Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach Monica Plut has been selected as a panelist that will present on how to teach lacrosse in physical education classrooms. The session is a PE Professional Development Track and is making its debut at this year’s US Lacrosse Convention.
This inaugural panel is aimed toward informing educators, PE majors (college students), and those who support PE Lacrosse (athletic directors, coaches, and program leaders) during LaxCon. US Lacrosse’s PE Curriculum seeks to use the sport of lacrosse as a vehicle to teach movement (physical literacy) to school-age students in ways that are fun and engaging.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Coach Plut had already begun using the US Lacrosse PE Curriculum in Union County. She taught PE course to middle school and high school students in Elgin, and hopes to work with more local area schools in the future.
“I am honored to have been selected for this session through US Lacrosse. I place a big emphasis on growing the game and this session that is being offered is one that truly pushes that ideal. I am excited to work with some talented and experienced colleagues during this convention, with the hope that we can grow the sport of lacrosse even more, and help other coaches to do the same,” Coach Plut said. “Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, I was already working with Elgin Elementary and High School students during PE to teach them this great sport. My hope is to continue expanding the work that is done with local PE classrooms so that our sport can reach greater Union County.”
To learn more about the panel the Coach Plut is set to present in or to learn more about PE Lacrosse in the classroom, click the link above. Given the unprecedented time of COVID-19, the entire Professional Development Track will be free. Those interested in registering for the professional development track can click here.
The professional development track will open Friday, January 15 at 11:30 a.m. ET and the brief welcome session will begin promptly at 11:45 a.m. From there, the 50-minute sessions will begin on the hour (giving you a 10-minute break in between session) before the brief closing session begins at 4:50 p.m. The sessions will include the following topics from experts throughout the country:
• Physical Literacy: Using Sport to Teach Movement with Brett Klika of SPIDERfit Kids
• US Lacrosse PE Curriculum in Action with Gabe Fowler and Lauren Davenport of US Lacrosse
• Adaptive Physical Education: Adjusting Instruction to Meet the Needs of Different Learnings with Eric Chessen of Autism Fitness
• Culturally Relevant Teaching with Dr. Tara Blackshear of Towson University
• Teaching PE in a Virtual Setting with Brett Klika of SPIDERfit Kids
Those that register for the full LaxCon experience, will have access to one more session regarding PE Lacrosse. This session will include Coach Plut along with Allison Ambrozy Allouche of Oakland Lacrosse Club and will conclude LaxCon PE discussions on the Special Edition track on the evening of January 15 at 7:30 p.m. ET. They will share their experiences with coaches and program leaders who are considering going into or already go into PE Classrooms to teach lacrosse to students with their session titled: Building Community: Tips and Learning Moments from Teaching Lacrosse in PE Classrooms.
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Bills Picked to Present at US Lacrosse Virtual Conference
ELMHURST, Ill. – Kali Bills, Elmhurst University’s Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach recently served as a panelist discussing how to “X Out Racism” at the 2021 US Lacrosse Convention.
Bills and four other panelists took part in a virtual discussion about how to create a more welcoming culture across the sport of lacrosse. She was approached to join the panel through her work as a clinician with US Lacrosse’s Sankofa Clinic Series.
“The Sankofa Lacrosse Foundation is an organization that teamed up with US Lacrosse to provide free clinics for children ages 8-18 in underrepresented communities,” said Bills. “The clinic series is designed to create a safe and friendly learning environment, removing socioeconomic barriers to entry in lacrosse. The opportunity allows participants to connect with some of the most prominent minority players and coaches in the sport. I feel blessed to work with a diverse group of coaches and players who give their time back to the game, and to these kids who might not have ever had the chance to experience ‘The Creator’s Game. ‘”
Bills felt that all the panelists shared a central theme.
“I think all the panelists agreed that there is the utmost need for collaborative efforts, education and discussion in bringing about real change, and impactful opportunities for those that play, coach and love the sport,” she said. “Jeremy Ardrey, our moderator said it perfectly: ‘If you want to go somewhere fast, go it alone; if you want to go far, do it together.'”
Bills believes that one of the best ways to bring change to the collegiate level begins in the recruiting process.
“Recruiting is so much more than talent,” said Bills “It’s about character and work ethic. I think breaking down barriers to access for the sport, whether its socioeconomic, location or other roadblocks, is one way to implement change and promote inclusivity and diversity.”
Bills felt honored to be asked to be panelist and jumped at the opportunity to contribute to the conversation.
“It was important for me to be a part of the panel to contribute to and continue conversation regarding inclusivity,” she said. “I want to move forward in my mission to inspire others to have open and honest dialogue about matters that severely affect our lacrosse community’s nationwide. Our greater [lacrosse] community has an opportunity to collaborate to bring forward impactful change concerning equality in our sport.”
US Lacrosse Announces 2019 LaxCon Schedule
SPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse announced the schedule of educational sessions and demonstrations, speakers, and a free mobile app for lacrosse coaches, officials, and organizational leaders attending the 2019 US Lacrosse Convention and Fan Fest (LaxCon), set for Jan. 11-13 in Philadelphia.
For mobile readers, the app is available here in the App Store and Google Play. Once the CrowdCompass AttendeeHub app is installed and open, users can simply search “laxcon” to access the official LaxCon app.
For those not yet ready to download the LaxCon app, a Web version houses the session schedules and speaker roster.
The lineup of nearly 150 speakers features many of the best coaches in lacrosse today. Highlighting the slate for attendees that coach high school and youth boys’ lacrosse: John Danowski (Team USA, Duke), Regy Thorpe (Team USA indoor, Syracuse), Andy Shay (Yale), John Galloway (Jacksonville), Chris Collins (Drexel), Paul Day (Philadelphia Wings), and Dave Cottle (Chesapeake Bayhawks), among others.
Of note for attendees that coach high school and youth girls’ lacrosse: Jenny Levy (Team USA, North Carolina), Shelley Klaes-Bawcombe (James Madison), Michael Molster (Towson), Bonnie Rosen (Temple), Remington Steele (Bucknell) and Paul McCord (Jacksonville), among others.
Briana Scurry, a two-time Olympic gold medalist and 1999 World Cup champion goalie with the U.S. women’s soccer team, will deliver the LaxCon Keynote after a welcome from US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 12.
“We’ve assembled a lineup of speakers that will help attendees learn and network, so they can develop lacrosse locally when they return to their communities,” Kim Rogers, director of events at US Lacrosse, said. “LaxCon has become the kickoff to the spring playing season, and we can’t wait to welcome the lacrosse community to Philadelphia.”
The schedules for officials include clinics on mechanics, points of emphasis, crew dynamics and more, to go along with NCAA, NFHS and US Lacrosse rules interpretation sessions. Topics for organizational leaders include those on building Lacrosse Athlete Development Model programs and strategic planning for clubs, among others.
LaxCon represents lacrosse’s largest professional development conference, trade show and interactive fan fest. The convention is open to the public, and members of US Lacrosse always save $40 on registration vs. non-member pricing. Online registration continues at $35 below walk-up rates for a limited time. Special hotel rates are available for all attendees for accommodations booked before Dec. 24.
For more information or to register, visit uslacrosse.org/laxcon. Follow #LaxCon2019 on social media.
Milton Academy Milton Academy (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) – how to apply, prices, reviews
Creative and sports development of pupils is one of the main priorities of the school: electives help children become more self-confident, develop creative thinking outside the box, achieve success in various fields and become more versatile personalities. Professional, qualified teachers are engaged with students, and classes are held both on campus and off-campus, at urban facilities.
Music and performing arts
A suitable course in musical skill can be selected for students of any level of ability and elementary education: you can study the history or theory of music, sing in choir or solo, participate in the activities of instrumental and jazz ensembles. The choral tradition at the school is unusually strong and has many years of successful work: the oldest choir group Glee has repeatedly earned gold prizes from the American Choral Association (ACDA – American Choral Directors Association), performed at various competitions, conventions, conferences and festivals, toured all over the world (only in recent years has given concerts in Romania, Kenya, England, Ireland and the northeastern United States). Musicians can earn personal educational credits (credits) during classes, take one-to-one lessons at the conservatory or from renowned Boston professionals. The school orchestra and ensembles often tour all over the world: USA, Canada, Czech Republic, England, South Africa, Italy, China, Ireland (especially worth noting is the ensemble of flutists and several jazz groups).
Every year at the school at least 4 large stage performances, two dance shows or musicals, at least 3 classical pieces are staged.All students who wish can express themselves not only on stage, but also behind the scenes: work as a director or screenwriter, be in charge of light or music, prepare scenography and design costumes and scenery.
Fine arts and painting
Fine art lessons help students not to be afraid of criticism and soberly assess their abilities, develop visual observation skills, a creative non-standard outlook on things.
Sports and physical activity
All students of the academy, without exception, participate in sports training, games and competitions – both within the curriculum, and within electives or in their free time. The following sports are worth noting:
- trail running
- field hockey
- soccer (traditional European football)
- American Football
- tennis (large and table)
Themed competitions and tournaments are constantly held at three levels of difficulty and skill – each student will be able to show their talents and abilities at the chosen stage.
The school has membership in the Independent School League (ISL) of Boston, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. All year round, ISL hosts a variety of competitions and tournaments of the best of the best – the following options are offered:
- field hockey
- American Football
Circles and clubs of interest
For each student in the school there is something to do according to taste and interests – just look through the list of the largest and most popular communities, circles and thematic studios:
- French Club
- A / V (audio / video) club
- Cartoon Club
- Anime (Japanese animation club)
- culinary club
- Board of School Dormitories
- Helix (scientific journal)
- Ache (cultural magazine)
- Public Works Council
- Asian Community
- Cinema Club
- Athletic Association
- Christian Union
- Caribbean Club
- celtic club i.etc.
Teen Wolf: Bite Me
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Teen Wolf: Bite Me is a 2011 American comic series produced as a joint project between Image Comics, MTV Comics and Top Cow based on the TV series “Teen Wolf” channel MTV  . The plot of the story was written by David Teachman and the artist was Stephen Mooney  . Information about the project was announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego, and upon release, the series was made available in print and electronic form  .
Issue No. 1
- Date of publication: September 28, 2011 
- Story:  Although Scott McCall is dating beautiful Allison and is the deputy captain of the Bacon Hills High lacrosse team, Scott’s life is a nightmare. After the boy is bitten by a werewolf, Scott begins to change. Every time something starts to excite him and cause strong feelings, the wolf essence tries to break out – his claws, hair and fangs grow, all his senses become aggravated. This could have been experienced if it were not for the fact that Allison’s father, the leader of the werewolf hunters, wants Scott dead.
Issue No. 2
- Date of publication: October 19, 2011 
- Plot:  In an attempt to deal with the wolf inside him, Scott is forced to deceive his mother, friends and lie at school. Jackson decides to take advantage of this, setting Allison against him. At this point, Stiles discovers an incredible secret – an artificial virus in Scott’s body worsens the boy’s condition.But who attacked Scott? Is there an antidote? And what does Derek Hale have to do with that?
Issue No. 3
- Date of publication: November 23, 2011 
- Plot:  Scott understands that the best defense is offense. He attacks the Hunters and Allison’s father in a final attempt to obtain an antidote that will rid him of the wolf’s curse. And there are several hours left before Lydia’s party, and Allison gives Scott an ultimatum – if he doesn’t meet her there, it’s all over between them.Will the unexpected intervention of Derek and Stiles make things better? And Scott himself is trying to accept the fact that he may never become human again.
- Scott McCall is a schoolboy who turned into a werewolf after being attacked by another lycan.
- Stiles Stilinski is Scott’s best friend and helps keep him a secret from others.
- Allison Argent (eng.Allison Argent) – Scott’s lover from the werewolf fighter clan.
- Jackson Whittemore is the star of the high school lacrosse team trying to figure out Scott’s secret.
- Lydia Martin is Allison’s girlfriend and Jackson’s girlfriend.
- Derek Hale is a mysterious werewolf, Scott’s mentor.
- Christopher Argent Chris Argent) is the father of Allison, the leader of the werewolf hunters.
- Kate Argent – Chris’s sister, werewolf hunter.
- Melissa McCall is Scott’s mother.
Basically, the series received negative reviews from critics. Dustin Cabel of the Comics Bastards site called the plot “conditional and not awarded a quality brainstorming”, and the comic itself came out “mediocre”, “exclusively for fans of the series”, and “the worst thing about it is the first-person story, which is difficult to relate with any of the characters “  .Mooney’s drawings were also heavily criticized  . David O’Leary of Comic Related wrote in his review that “the dialogue and plot of the story are just awful,” noting that Mooney “did a good job as an artist,” but “his endeavors were ruined by a color artist” – in the end , “The best thing about the comic is the last page”  . Brett Schenker of Graphic Policy noted that “there are good moments in the comic”, but “it was created exclusively for fans of the series”  .
- ↑ MuchMusic.com. Teen Wolf Is Tearing Up Your Local Comic Shop (unspecified) (link inaccessible) (September 22, 2011). Retrieved October 14, 2013. Archived August 26, 2012.
- ↑ Cruz, Eileen PR: Image Comics – “Teen Wolf: Bite Me” # 1 Cover & Info (unspecified) (September 19, 2011). Date of treatment: October 14, 2013.
- ↑ Wirth, Michael Teen Wolf Leaps From MTV To Comic (unspecified) (link inaccessible) (September 19, 2011). Retrieved October 14, 2013. Archived November 16, 2011.
- ↑ Schenker, Brett Preview – Teen Wolf: Bite Me # 3 (unspecified) (November 24, 2011). Date of treatment: October 14, 2013.
- ↑ 1 2 Cabeal, Dustin WTF Review: Teen Wolf – Bite Me # 1 (unspecified) (September 18, 2011). Retrieved October 14, 2013.
- ↑ O ‘Leary, David Teen Wolf: Bite Me # 1 Review (unspecified) (link inaccessible). Retrieved October 14, 2013. Archived April 7, 2014.
- ↑ Schenker, Brett Top Cow Review: Teen Wolf # 1, Teen Wolf # 2, Pilot Season: The Test # 1 (unspecified) (October 18, 2011). Date of treatment: October 14, 2013.
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90,025 ↑ Bloody Disgusting. WTF Of The Day: MTV’s ‘Teen Wolf’ Reboot To Get Comic Treatment This Fall (unspecified) (June 17, 2011). Date of treatment: October 14, 2013.
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