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Laxachusetts Lacrosse and National Lacrosse Federation Announces Six New Club Partners for 2017

By Staff , 05/11/17, 11:00AM EDT


The NLF Announced the addition of 6 new partners in the organization, pushing its representation into new national areas while maintaining the highest possible level of competition at its events.

The Original 6 Founding members Laxachusetts MA., 91 Lacrosse, NY., LI Express, NY., PA., Big 4 HHH, Leading Edge, NJ., and Baltimore Crabs, MD., founded the National Lacrosse Federation in 2015 to guarantee the best possible competition, development and exposure for their players / teams. 

In 2016 the following clubs were added as alliance partners. Eclipse, CT., West Coast Starz, CA., Mesa Fresh, PA., and Canada Edge, CA.

The number one provider of instruction, competition and talent in youth and high school club lacrosse is pleased to announce some exciting news! The NLF has taken on additional partners located in densely populated lacrosse hot beds all over the United States. Going forward, the NLF can assure the lacrosse world that the best of the best from wherever the sport is played will be attending their events and competing to see who’s got next!

Sweetlax, NY., LB3 Thunder, GA., Prime Time, NY., Denver Elite, CO., MadLax, VA., and Legends Lacrosse, CA., have signed on to participate and compete in all NLF events going forward!

“We wanted to widen our reach without diminishing our level of competition,” said Sean Morris of Laxachusetts and the NLF. “With the addition of these great clubs we pick up incredible resources at the coaching/developmental level and additionally, we provide our players with more of the best competition in the sport.”

 “Upstate NY, Westchester County and Metro DC have ALWAYS been hot beds of lacrosse” said Brian Spallina of Team 91 and the NLF. “But the greater Atlanta area and Denver are also pumping out great players and I can’t wait for my kids to play against them. And we needed additional eyes on the development and talent on the West Coast.” Those additions tie in areas of the United States where the NLF had been looking for additional or original representation.

The NLF will be employing their newest partners to continue to separate themselves at the event level. Liam Banks of LB3 Thunder lacrosse added: “LB3 Thunder Lacrosse is thrilled to be joining the best Club lacrosse programs in the country as part of the NLF.  When traveling from Atlanta it is important for our Club to be selective about the events we attend to ensure we are playing high quality teams in front of college coaches.  The NLF provides an atmosphere to compete against the best club programs in the country at NLF events.  We are extremely excited to be a part of this exclusive group of clubs and appreciate the opportunity to represent Atlanta and the Southeast.”

The NLF is thrilled to have made these strategic partnerships. The addition of these great clubs will insure the NLF maintains their ability to develop and compete against the very best players the sport has to offer.

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