Laxmedals.com is the leading innovator of lacrosse awards and 3D lacrosse medallic art. The Laxmedals.com Stand-Up awards combines the trademarked 3D lacrosse award art with the unique functionality of an easy to distribute and display recognition award. “Our regular clients always ask us to come up with something new each year for their events and they also want something easy to transport, distribute, and customize for their events.” Reports Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “We created the Laxmedals.com Stand-Up awards to meet all these criteria. Our stand ups have now well-known and recognized beautiful trademarked 3D Lacrosse art coupled with a display area for the client to include a custom logo for brand recognition. The inserts can be full color logos or laser engraved plates for individual names and numbers, etc. I am very happy these stand ups have become a very popular new item in the Laxmedals.com inventory I really think they are cool I have several on my desk and they always inspire me with the awesome 3D artwork.”
Laxmedals.com Custom Military-Style Dog Tags Team Awards
Custom military-style ID “dog tags” are a great, fun, and unique team bonding award. We design your dog tags with your team logo and your “mission statement” and can include each players number and name lasered on the reverse. Tags are made from lightweight stainless steel and can include silicon silencers and matching stainless ball chain. Laxmedals offers a basic team package of 35 dog tags, with one enamel printed logo on front, and laser names on the reverse, for only $275. This price includes all set-up and shipping within the USA. (Logos must be provided in PDF/EPS format or additional art services may be required)
Laxmedals.com and the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) teamed up to create a commemorative medallion recently presented to over 30 participating lacrosse nations visiting Baltimore, MD for the 2018 FIL symposium. Many of the nations in attendance are newly joined lacrosse programs from many South American, Africa, and East Asian nations. “Laxmedals.com is always honored to be a valued part of the FIL worldwide efforts and to know our Laxmedals are being carried back to all corners of the globe is truly a special occasion.” Said Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com “The sport of lacrosse is growing so fast and Laxmedals.com will continue to grow with the sport and be the worldwide leader in lacrosse awards and medals.”
Laxmedals.com announced today it has been chosen to supply the 2016 Lax Prague European Championships with its award medals. “Laxmedals.com is truly an international leader in Lacrosse awards and it is an honor to be chosen to design and deliver the award medals for the 2017 Lax Prague games.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “When I think about how we started this company Laxmedals.com making custom medals for local lacrosse clubs and tournaments and now how I see packages going out every day to places all across the globe…not only is it awesome to see how the sport of lacrosse has expanded and grown during my lifetime, but to know Laxmedals.com products are growing right along with it is gratifying. We work so hard to design and produce the world’s finest lacrosse awards and having the Lax Prague games handing out our medals is truly an honor.”
1915 US Collegiate Lacrosse Northern Champions Medal won by Harvard
1915 US Collegiate Lacrosse Northern Champions Medal won by Harvard
This medal was presented to Harvard Junior Samuel Elliott Nash ’16 following their 1915 Northern Division Championship season. Nash was 3rd Attack for the 1915 squad who had a season record of 5-3 with wins against the Mount Washington Athletic Club (3-2), Stevens (13-1), Hobart (8-2), Cornell (4-2) and Yale (8-4). Losses were to Boston Lacrosse Club (9-4), Crescent Lacrosse Club (4-2), and Johns Hopkins (8-1). Nash briefly taught at the Millbrook School in Concord until he enlisted in the U.S. Army and assigned to Company B, 301st Infantry, 76th Division. In May of 1918, Nash was promoted to Sergeant and transferred to the 301st Infantry Band. A year later was promoted to 2nd Lieutenant and appointed bandleader until his discharge in July 1919. No other information could be found. No maker marks found appears to be gold plate over brass or copper.
For more information on more vintage medals in the Laxmedals.com collection and to buy custom lacrosse medals and awards please visit http://www.Laxmedals.com or call 443-955-4118.
Laxmedals.com Traditions Medallion Plaque is the perfect presentation piece to recognize lacrosse achievement. At 8″ x 6″, the solid wood plaque is adorned with our beautiful Traditions medallion and a full color printed name plate. “While this is our smallest plaque, it certainly does not lack the beauty of our bigger plaques.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “The Traditions art is one of our most popular pieces as it represents the trued warrior spirit of the game of lacrosse. This plaque is economical yet provides a lasting impression of quality and value in recognition of lacrosse greatness on or off the field.”
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Laxmedals.com is please to present the new 2017 “Traditions” award plaque. The Traditions plaque features a beautiful 6-inch 3D Native American lacrosse medallion on a solid oak 8″ x 10″ wood base plaque. “The Traditions plaque compliments our current selection of custom trademarked lacrosse awards, which honor the Native American heritage of the sport of lacrosse.” Says Michael Rogers, president and founder of Laxmedals.com. “The award is special and to present this award to someone deserving of special recognition through contribution in lacrosse really honors their commitment in honoring the spirit of the game. The plaque is beautiful we are sure to impress with this new product.”
Laxmedals.com is proud to announce it has been selected again to provide the ceremonial awards to the USILA 75th Annual North versus South Collegiate Lacrosse All-Star Game. “This is always a special honor to be a part of this traditional event each year.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “The best lacrosse seniors get to suit up one more time before moving onto their lives and play in front of their parents and with players they faced the previous four years. It is extra special for me as both my father and I represented the south. He while an All-American defenseman from Duke University, and me the same from Rutgers. Just a great event to be part of I think the special 75th Anniversary medallion presented to the boys will be great.”
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Laxmedals.com is proud to present its newest award plaque the “Traditions Award Plaque.” The Traditions features a large 6-inch custom 3D medallion of a Native American lacrosse player. “This new Traditions plaque is beautiful and it wholly captures the strength and grace of our lacrosse originators.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “When presenting our Traditions piece to a lacrosse player of any age or gender, the recipient is being given not only a terrific award, but also is connecting to the heritage and heart of the game. The plaque will stand as a reminder of this connection between their efforts today and the evolution of the game of lacrosse every time they look at it.”
Laxmedals.com is the leader in unique lacrosse awards. Often copied but never duplicated. Laxmedals.com – Where the Passion for Lacrosse is forged into Medals.