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Tulane Men's Lacrosse Needs Your Help

Dear family and friends, We are kicking off the first ever Tulane Men's Lacrosse fundraising campaign! As a young team, we still rely heavily on outdated and subpar equipment for both games and practices. We are hoping to replace this equipment so that we may continue to grow as a team and lacrosse players. Thank you all so much for support our team and continuing to help us become a better team!

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Description

The Tulane Men’s Club Lacrosse Team provides lacrosse players from around the country an opportunity to continue to develop their skills in a competitive environment. The team also provides players with a community of people that share a passion for the game of lacrosse. At its core, this program strives to create better lacrosse players and more well-rounded student-athletes.

Donations are applied to...

Updating the Tulane Men's Club Lacrosse equipment and expanding our travel capabilities.

Why are donations necessary?

Donations are necessary to continue to improve our capabilities as a team. Currently, the goals used in practice and games are in desperate need of replacement. We are also looking for a solution to clearly define the crease for game days. In past seasons, chalk has been drawn out on the field to serve as a marker. However, we have learned that the chalk must constantly be touched up during the game and is often done improperly. Our team is only provided a very limited amount of funding from the school so every donation expands our capabilities. With donations, we would be able to acquire temporary pop up creases that could be utilized in both games and practices. Any left over funds will be put toward equipment used by the entire team, such as more balls for practice.