Laxmedals.com has been selected to provide the team championship awards for the Men’s and Women’s division champions for The Las Vegas Tournament. “The sport of lacrosse just continues to pop up in great venues and what better place to attract a bunch of lacrosse players than Las Vegas.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “We thought our Heritage plaques with custom plates would be a perfect presentation award for the event champions. We are excited to be part of The Las Vegas Lacrosse tournament for years to come.”
National Lacrosse Classic Women’s Championship and Finalist Coins
Laxmedals.com is again honored to be part of the National Lacrosse Classic presented by Level 2 Lacrosse. For the women’s championships Laxmedals.com designed a 4 inch x 3 inch coin for presentation to the tournament’s finalists and champions. “My mission to the design team is simple for all of our medals; make me and the client go “wow”. And I think we nailed it with this one.” Says Mike Rogers, President of Laxmedals.com. “The artwork captures the intensity and grace of the female lacrosse player I am sure any lacrosse player would appreciate this medal. The National Lacrosse Classic is the nation’s premier high school recruiting showcase and we are proud to be a part of it.”
The 2013 Dick’s Lone Star Lacrosse Shootout Championship Cup and Medals
Lacrosse once had to only worry about the occasional storm in the Spring to interrupt play but as the sport has expanded into the later seasons the risk of encountering cold wintry weather has become a constant worry for tournament directors. An usually early cold front sweeping the United States has unfortunately affected our partner’s event down in Dallas cancelling all games today. We are hoping for clear skies so the competition can be completed for your friends. Hang in there Dallas Lacrosse!
Laxmedals.com is proud to once again partner up with The North American Minor League Lacrosse Association (NAMLA) to create a special Thanksgiving themed medal for their annual Turkey Shoot Lacrosse Tournament. NAMLA was established in 2004 and is comprised of lacrosse organizations that represent the Iroquois Native American communities of Allegany, Newtown, Tuscarora, Tonawanda, and Onondaga, whose participants are predominantly Haudenosaunee, but not exclusively as youth from all backgrounds are invited and do participate. “To be a part of the Iroquois lacrosse community is something beyond words can describe.” Says Laxmedals.com president Mike Rogers. “Having played the game myself and to now try to capture the spirit of the game of lacrosse in my medals…I think being associated with the people who created the game in any way is an honor. It is their game. I am humbled to be a part of it.”