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Marc Riccio Selected as USA Lacrosse CEO

USA Lacrosse has named Marc Riccio as its new chief executive officer after a nationwide search done in partnership by the USA Lacrosse Board of Directors and Prodigy Search. Riccio will begin his duties on August 24. “We set out to identify a leader who was an innovator and a connector, a critical thinker and […]

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Steve Stenersen Announces Departure from US Lacrosse

Steve Stenersen will leave as CEO of US Lacrosse after having led the organization since its inception in 1998. He will depart by the end of 2021 after a multi-year series of strategic conversations between Stenersen and the US Lacrosse Board of Directors about succession planning and the national governing body’s evolution. Stenersen has held […]

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Steve Stenersen: How US Lacrosse is Approaching Return to Play

Lacrosse has been one of the few sports seeing steadily increased participation growth in recent years. But the coronavirus pandemic has had an outsized impact on US Lacrosse, the sport’s national governing body, as it has for many organizations. In this episode of the SportsTravel Podcast with SportsTravel Editor and Publisher Jason Gewirtz, longtime president […]

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Atlas' Pat Young cradles the ball while under pressure from Redwoods' Patrick Harbeson during a Premier Lacrosse League game in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Photo: Damian Strohmeyer/AP Images for Premier Lacrosse League

A Turning Point for Lacrosse

Lacrosse is one of the fastest-growing sports in the United States, and it’s making gains internationally as well. On the global front, lacrosse has grown to 62 nations fielding programs in 2018, up from the 18 that participated in 2002, according to Jim Scherr, CEO of World Lacrosse. And it’s been one of the fastest-growing […]

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U.S. Lacrosse to Host 2021 FIL Women’s World Cup

U.S. Lacrosse has been awarded the 2021 Federation of International Lacrosse Women’s World Cup. The event will be held at Towson University in Towson, Maryland, July 7–17, 2021. “U.S. Lacrosse is honored to host the World Cup for the Federation of International Lacrosse in 2021,” said U.S. Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen. “The opportunity to showcase the world’s […]

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