Lacrosse is a sport rich in tradition! Before the arrival of the early settlers in Canada, lacrosse was not only a recreational activity but also a means through which a number of important historical events were shaped. We are proud to say: “I play lacrosse”!
The Sault Ste Marie Lacrosse Association is committed to seeing that the rich legacy left by our forefathers flourishes. Our Rep and House League programs provides an outstanding opportunity for boys and girls to truly enjoy Canada’s National Summer Sport. Through the dedication of our Board of Directors, coaches and volunteers we can ensure that the players will have fun, that every effort will be made to develop good lacrosse players and strong athletes, and that all players will be given the tools necessary to help them become model citizens.
We welcome all to participate in Canada’s National sport!
The Sault Ste Marie Lacrosse Association is grateful for the privilege of hosting its lacrosse program on the territory of the Crane Clan of the Great Ojibway Nation and within the Robinson-Huron Treaty territory, the traditional territory of the Anishnaabeg People, including the Batchewana and Garden River First Nations, as well as the Metis People.