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Sites about camps offering instruction in the sport of lacrosse.
Camps offering instruction in the sport of lacrosse.
Sites about lacrosse clubs located around the world.

College and university clubs should be submitted to Sports: Lacrosse: College_and_University and clubs specifically for youth and high school players should be submitted to Sports: Lacrosse: Youth_and_High_School.

Post-collegiate lacrosse clubs located around the world.
Sites about lacrosse as it is played at the college and university level.
Lacrosse as it is played at colleges and universities.
Sites offering organized links and resources for the sport of lacrosse.
Lacrosse directories, offering organized links and resources.
Sites offering instructions, drills, hints, and tips for playing the sport of lacrosse.
Instructions, drills, hints, and tips for playing the sport of lacrosse.
Please submit sites about MLL, its teams, players, and fans to this category.
Major League Lacrosse was formed in 1999 and began play in the summer of 2001 with six teams. MLL has made some rule changes to the traditional game to make it more exciting for fans.
General sites about the National Lacrosse League.

Sites dealing with specific teams should be submitted to the appropriate subcategory if it exists.

The National Lacrosse League, or NLL, is a professional indoor or "box" lacrosse league. Founded in 1986, it was first known as the Eagle Pro Box Lacrosse League and later the Major Indoor Lacrosse League before assuming the NLL name in 1997.
Sites offering news and media dealing with the sport of lacrosse.
News and media sites dealing with the sport of lacrosse.
Sites about organizations which promote the sport of lacrosse.
Organizations promoting the sport of lacrosse.
Personal homepages dealing with the sport of lacrosse.
Sites about lacrosse tournaments around the world.
Lacrosse tournaments around the world.
Sites about lacrosse as it is played at the youth and high school level.
Lacrosse as it is played at the youth and high school level.
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