There's nothing quite like the All-America Games. In its third year last summer, the Games brought out more than 1,300 boys and more than 300 girls to the University of Massachusetts with players competing for regional bragging rights against the rest of the country.
The event has continually grown since its inception in 2017, and we're expecting even bigger and better things in 2020. That's right, 2020. We'll see everyone - and then some - back at UMass from Monday-Wednesday, July 20-22, 2020, for the best youth tournament that the lacrosse world has to offer.
"It's been incredible to see the All-America Games continue to grow every year as more and more people see what the Games are all about," Warrior All-America Games director Sean Chamberlain said. "We've been incredibly impressed with the caliber of players that make their regional cuts to get to UMass, and once they're there, the games have been incredibly competitive. Players get to compete at a beautiful Division I facility like UMass, they get to play with and against the best from around the country, and of course, they get the very best and latest Warrior and Brine gear. It's really a one-of-a-kind event."
Tryout dates for regions across the country will be announced in the near future. Follow the All-America Games on Instagram for the latest news and updates.