From the Field: LaxCon For All

This article appears in the January edition of US Lacrosse Magazine, available exclusively to US Lacrosse members. Join or renew today! Thank you for your support.

LaxCon For All

For nearly two decades, thousands of lacrosse coaches, officials and fans have traveled to Baltimore or Philadelphia to annually experience the sport’s biggest trade show and professional development opportunity. This year, US Lacrosse is bringing LaxCon to you in an all-virtual event. The game hasn’t changed, just the game plan.

Let’s turn the challenges of 2020 into opportunities — for everyone — in 2021. Let’s lock arms, collect the sport’s brightest minds, learn from each other and position ourselves for growth and success in the new year.

Represent your community. Reimagine the way we play. Reignite your love of lacrosse.

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Virtual Virtuoso

US Lacrosse was already an industry leader in online learning before the pandemic. LaxCon is just our latest commitment to virtual education. In 2020, we delivered 61 webinars and 5,331 minutes (nearly 89 hours) of instructional content via online platforms accessed by more than 5,700 visitors.

Distance Learning

LaxCon fans traveled great lengths to attend the event in 2020.

— 0-50 miles: 15 percent
— 51-100 miles: 20 percent
— 101-250 miles: 24 percent
— 251-500 miles: 16 percent
— 501-1,000 miles: 15 percent
1,000+ miles: 9 percent

By The Numbers


Full-length lacrosse fields that fit end-to-end in the 104 miles between the Baltimore Convention Center and the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, the two traditional sites for LaxCon.


States represented by lacrosse coaches, players, officials and fans who attended last year’s convention in Philadelphia. The goal this year? All 50 U.S. states.


The registration cost for US Lacrosse members for LaxCon 2021, which provides access to all virtual sessions, on-demand contents for one full year, the virtual exhibit hall, virtual event bag and opportunities to network.


Hours of educational sessions (men’s game, women’s game and box lacrosse) scheduled for LaxCon, with more sessions added through early January.

You Get What You Give

"This is what we need as a lacrosse community. You give back because of what was given to you." — Mike Hyland, a longtime NCAA and high school lacrosse official

Hello from Missouri

"I’ve always wanted to attend this event but was unable with work. So excited it will be virtual this year! I can’t wait to bring back info for my team." — Lauren Ginn, Francis Howell (Mo.) girls’ lacrosse coach

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