Let us get one thing clear, College Lacrosse is massive and really cool! Competing at a State, National and or International level can attract the eye of the NCAA DI coaches. Combine your strong Academic resume with Lacrosse to consider the incredible NCAA Division III opportunities too. Competition for College Lacrosse Scholarships is tough. In recent years, College Lacrosse Scholarships have been emerging for males and females in the NJCAA also. It is highly unlikely that a College Lacrosse coach will make it to see you play in person, therefor presenting yourself early and professionally to College Coaches is very important.

High School Student Athletes in North America playing Lacrosse are positioned in front of College Lacrosse coaches frequently as coaches will monitor various junior leagues and divisions. If you are an International Student Athlete seeking a College Lacrosse Scholarship, you must be competing at an elite level to attract the interest of College Lacrosse coaches.

Your academic grades need to be considered too, as different Divisions have different Academic qualification criteria. Academic grades are the backbone of your College experience, perform well in the classroom and you can play on the team. High School grades and SAT exam results can be used to your advantage to secure a combination of Academic and Athletic Scholarship. To learn more about securing a Lacrosse Scholarship to a North American College, please connect with us via connect@athletesdream.com

The first known Intercollegiate Lacrosse game was conducted between New York University and Manhattan a College on November 22nd 1877. It was not until almost 100 years later in 1971 that Lacrosse was introduced to the NCAA as a sponsored sport. Successful Colleges within NCAA Lacrosse have been Duke, Limestone College and Tufts. Opportunities for females in Lacrosse are, and always have been limited. There are a large number of Collegiate Club Lacrosse teams for women, however little to no Athletic Scholarships available.