US Lacrosse: US Lacrosse is the national governing body for the sport of lacrosse. The mission of US Lacrosse, a non-profit corporation, is to foster men's and women's lacrosse as amateur sports through a single organization that consolidates the various constituencies presently engaged in the sport; to improve the quality of service provided to the game of lacrosse by each constituency; to provide activities through the various constituencies that will promote lacrosse nationwide; and to ensure that all decisions concerning the game be made on a fiscally sound basis.
College Programs in California
Biola University Men's Lacrosse: The official web site of the Biola University Lacrosse team that competes in the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League. Take the 'Club Tour' to learn more about the program.
Western Collegiate Lacrosse League: The governing body for the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League (WCLL) participating school in the states of California, Nevada, and Arizona. This site contains league and division information, game schedules, team contacts, a message forum and more. Check it out, especially if you are planning to attend a California, Nevada, or Arizona school.
Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates: Men's Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (MCLA) web site covers 100 plus collegiate teams across the nation. The WCLL is one of the charter members of the MCLA and their league champion gets one of the automatic bids to the MCLA National Championship held every Spring.
NCAA Varsity Programs based on west coast
Whittier Men's Lacrosse: Whittier Lacrosse enjoys the unique position of being the first Varsity intercollegiate lacrosse team in the West at the Division III level.
Southern California Club Lacrosse Assiciation: The Southern California Club Lacrosse Assiciation (SCLA) is composed of teams from Los Angeles to San Diego, and the talent level has never been better. One can find numerous Division I and Division III All-Americans on every team in the league as well as a handful of professionals, both former and current. Presently, the league is comprised of eight teams: 40 Thieves, Hollywood, Newport Beach Lacrosse Club, OMBAC Beachcomber, San Diego, South Bay and new teams Quiksilver and Beverly Hills.
QuiksilverEQPT: QuiksilverEQPT sponsors the first ever Quiksilver Lacrosse Team, scheduled to take the field in early 2007. Participating in the US Lacrosse sanctioned Southern California Lacrosse Association, Team QuiksilverEQPT is a favorite to compete for the California State Title in the Men's Division Post-Collegiate Club League. QuiksilverEQPT's roster consists of current MLL players in addition to top NCAA talent.
Hollywood Lacrosse Club: Formed in 1998, Hollywood Lacrosse Club is a member of the California Lacrosse Association.
General Lacrosse Information
E-Lacrosse: E-Lacrosse is the ultimate Lacrosse internet experience. There is something here for every Lax fan.
LaxPower.com: Lax Power provides the latest news and computerized power ranking of Professional; Men's & Women's College Varsity, College Club; Boy's & Girls High School teams across the country.
West Side Lax: Contrary to popular opinion, lacrosse is extremely popular throughout the Western United States. However, until recently, the region did not have a voice for two reasons. First, the local mainstream media doesn't understand the sport. Second, the East Coast-based lacrosse media tends to ignore much of what takes place outside its traditional base. WSL has filled the void to provide that voice for high school, college and professional lacrosse. In 2006, WSL started by covering lacrosse in six states: California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Nevada and Idaho. In 2007, WSL expanded its geographical reach and now covers all lacrosse from the Pacific to the Mississippi, including Alaska and Hawaii.
Northern California Lacrosse: Sanctioned by the national governing body of US Lacrosse, this site is your resource to all lacrosse in Northern California: men's, women's, boy's, girl's, club, college, and high school contacts and web sites.
Walax.com: Walax.com is the source for lacrosse information in Washington, covering the men's and women's game from youth to adult club.
myOC.com: myOC.com is a great site for OC locals and visitors with the best in local news and entertainment. myOC.com has a whole family of sites that cover everything in Orange County.
ocNow.com: This is not a lacrosse link, but if you're looking for anything in Orange County, CA, this is the site to start from.
NuPhoto: NuPhoto is the one stop for all the best action picture shots of the Orange County Lacrosse Association. Click on the link and check out the shots from all the local teams.