Hello supporters of the LIMLF Wheelchair Lacrosse team !
2019 was a great year for our program. We had some great winter scrimmages against our friends from the Long Island Lacrosse community. In August, we hosted the WLUSA National Championships at Skate Safe in Old Bethpage (thank you Skate Safe !). We finished ranked in the top 10 in the country … thanks to all of your help in the past, we are working to build this program up.
Below are our reserved dates, as of today, for 2020. Please let me know if your program is interested in scheduling a scrimmage with us, or even if you want to host our guys at your facility.
LIMLF WHEELCHAIR LAX TENTATIVE SCHEDULE 2020 at Skate Safe
Sat, 2/15 7:00pm – HOFSTRA MEN
Sat, 3/21 7:00pm – ST. DOM’S MEN
Sat, 4/25 7:00pm – MacARTHUR MEN
Sat, 5/16 7:00pm – RECON
SkateSafe America –Address: 182 Bethpage-Sweet Hollow Rd, Old Bethpage, NY 11804
We would also like to thank our sponsor Downstream Outfitters & NY Riptide for their help !
Looking forward to hearing from you. My best wishes to you and your program for a great year in 2020 !
Mike NelsonPresident – Long Island Metro Chapter of USA LacrosseCo-Chair of the Shootout for Soldiers Long IslandPast President – NCPALYLLwww.LIMetrolax.org www.shootoutforsoldiers.com @limetrolax
LIMLF has been involved with Wheelchair Lacrosse for many years. In 2019, we hosted the WLUSA National Tournament here on Long Island. Many high school & college teams have come out and played in wheelchairs to support those with special needs to enjoy the game of Lacrosse. If you interested in participating thru playing or just volunteering please email, Mike Nelson – email@example.com
WLUSA wants a seat at the table of wheelchair sports. Since 2009, Wheelchair Lacrosse has been turning heads. After the first clinic in 2010, WLUSA has helped grow over a dozen programs across the country. Wheelchair Lacrosse offers the complete package, it is physical, high demand, lightning fast, fun. The mission of WLUSA is to partner with motivated individuals and programs to grow Wheelchair Lacrosse across the country.