Lax Works: Your Art From November

ART BY ROGAN CRAWFORD


Calling all aspiring artists and writers.

USA Lacrosse Magazine is featuring the creative works of youth and high school lacrosse players. The submissions below appear in the November edition of USA Lacrosse Magazine. Join our momentum.

IT TAKES MORE THAN TALENT
AN ILLUSTRATION BY ROGAN CRAWFORD

Rogan Crawford, 14, of Park City, Utah, plays lacrosse for Park City High School and the Utah Express. A USA Lacrosse member since 2015, she illustrates what she values most in the sport.

A TEAM OF FAMILY
AN ILLUSTRATION BY JULIA HOLMES, 12, OF NORTH CANTON, OHIO

 







EVERYTHING TO US
A COLLAGE BY AVA HILL, 13, OF RENO, NEVADA

 

SHOW YOUR TALENT

SHARE YOUR ART

We accept submissions of lacrosse-themed art from youth and high school players — a great opportunity to express your passion for the sport!

  • Drawing and illustration

  • Painting

  • Comic art

  • Editorial cartoon

  • Sculpture

  • Digital art

  • Photography

Email high-resolution (300 DPI) image files (JPG or PNG preferred) to freeplay@usalacrosse.com or tag us on social media (@USALacrosseMag).

WRITE ABOUT LACROSSE

Kids can also submit lacrosse-themed writing, including but not limited to:

  • Flash fiction

  • Personal essay

  • Dramatic script

  • Humor

  • Poetry

  • Short story

  • Journalism

Email submissions (no more than 500 words) to freeplay@usalacrosse.com or tag us on social media (@USALacrosseMag). 

PERMISSIONS AND RULES

Submitting these contents constitutes permission for USA Lacrosse to edit (for space, spelling, grammar and style) and publish them in USA Lacrosse-owned media properties. A minor must have a parent or legal guardian’s permission.

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