The inaugural Warrior World Series of Youth Lacrosse presented by The Coca-Cola Company was held on July 2-4, 2015, in Denver, Colorado. A select group of U13 Boys lacrosse teams was invited to compete in three days of games against some of the best teams in the country. The event ended with Team 91 Crush from Long Island defeating the Baltimore Crabs in the Championship Game that was played at Sports Authority Field at Mile High and broadcast live on ESPN2 on July 4.
Over the past few years the event has grown to include US teams that have all reached the Championship Event through a series of Regional Qualifiers. In addition, a select group of international teams will be invited to attend.
The Warrior World Series of Youth Lacrosse presented by The Coca-Cola Company was founded by Jake Steinfeld, the founder of Major League Lacrosse, with the goal of providing youth players with the ultimate lacrosse experience. Players will have an unparalleled few days of lacrosse and other activities during which they will be the stars of the game. The atmosphere will be fun and competitive with a little bit of education thrown into the mix.