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COVID-19 Update - Thursday, March 12, 2020

Given the growing concerns around COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve made the difficult decision to cancel our upcoming spring positional clinics, Captain’s Cup Showcase, as well as the GNLL Boy’s Youth Pre-Season Box League. 

We will continue to monitor the situation and continue to provide updates regarding additional Spring programming e.g. GNLL Boys Youth Spring Field League, Prep League, and JV / Prep State Championships. 

This was a very tough decision to make - the warm weather had us all excited for the spring season. Ultimately, we need to prioritize the health and safety of our young athletes, families, employees, and everyone else who makes Homegrown go. 

If you are registered for any of our canceled programs, you can expect to receive a follow-up email regarding refunds and the next steps within the next 36-hours. 

Thank you all for your patience and understanding and for supporting each other in these difficult times.

Please stay safe and healthy and let us know if we can help with anything. 

Our Mission

A groundswell movement, Homegrown Lacrosse represents a remarkable group of individuals – from board members to volunteers and staff – all united by a vision of using the sport as a conduit for building confidence, instilling character and creating a sense of community in our youth. 

Founded in 2003, Homegrown Lacrosse, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, works to create positive change in the lives of the people we serve and community we are a part of.

Our mission is to build a community that inspires and empowers youth to excel in life and lacrosse.

We deliver on our mission through a wide-variety of service and fee-based programming that are designed to develop character, build self-confidence and instill a sense of community.

While the organization has grown tremendously since its humble beginnings, We remain steadfast and true to the vision that brought a handful of young Minnesota lacrosse players together to give back to a community that had helped define their lives.