Strengthening a growing program: Ranau Lacrosse Project Part II

Strengthening a growing program: Ranau Lacrosse Project Part II

In addition to clinics held at SMK Mat Salleh, we doubled our efforts this time and set out to create another program at the SMK Ranau school just down the road with the help of our great coaches and volunteers... 

Lacrosse at the Butula Hekima Academy Kenya, Africa: A Photo Essay

Lacrosse at the Butula Hekima Academy Kenya, Africa: A Photo Essay

The students flocked to the field to see us hammer and nail building these big wooden goals, they picked up the sticks and looked at them with an odd stare, minutes later I turned around to see them having a catch, it had caught on.  

Progress and Impact in Borneo

Progress and Impact in Borneo

The Ranau Lacrosse Project is growing with students teaching other new players and our local english teacher getting involved to help support our program which includes our return trip in early April to grow the game at another local school in Ranau, the SMK Ranau School of Sabah, Malaysia.  

Letter from the President & Founder

Letter from the President & Founder

More so than ever the things happening on the global stage are apparent and we are informed.  Kids Lacrosse The World had a banner year, well it's our first year but we are incredibly proud of the things we have accomplished and have so much more to be stoked about in the coming future.  

Success in Borneo On and Off the Field

Success in Borneo On and Off the Field

Hearing the student's stories and their appreciation just an hour after the last practice ended I knew we had choose the right place to grow the sport of lacrosse. The 200+ students who participated in our clinics and practices had growth this week and made new friends, shedding light on the way a sport can bring togther kids as well as a school in tough times.  

MiniClinics: Lacrosse in Southern Thailand Peninsula

MiniClinics: Lacrosse in Southern Thailand Peninsula

I felt compelled to bring some lacrosse sticks with me to Takuapa, Thailand to see what my old students were made of.  Although my personal holiday, I couldn't avoid work and spent hours a day with students at the private ENG clinic playing lacrosse.  It was like I hadn't left Colorado and still had someone to play with!