US Regional Qualifiers for 2017 World Series of Youth Lacrosse Announced

9/7/2016

For Immediate Release                                                                                            

September 7, 2016

 

Contact: Catherine Robinson

World Series of Youth Lacrosse

(410) 252-3600

info@wsylax.com

Regional Qualifiers for 2017 World Series of Youth Lacrosse Announced

The World Series of Youth Lacrosse has opened registration for its 2017 Regional Qualifiers. The third annual WSYL competition is open to all U13 boys teams both across the United States and internationally.  All eligible U.S. teams are invited to participate in one of five Regional Qualifiers for a chance to earn a bid to the Championship Series, which takes place in Denver, CO over the 4th of July weekend. At least four teams from each qualifier will be invited to Denver, where they will compete against the very best teams from across the country and abroad for the ultimate goal of becoming a World Champion.  The finals will be broadcast live by ESPN2 on July 4th, 2017. The World Series of Youth Lacrosse is a once-in-a-lifetime experience unlike any other in youth lacrosse. To learn more about the WSYL and to register for a Regional Qualifier, visit www.worldseriesofyouthlacrosse.com. Registration for the Regional Qualifiers is now open, but spaces are limited and will be accepted on a first come basis. International teams may be nominated through the WSYL website.

-Central: February 11-12 in Dallas, TX

-West: February 18-19 in Irvine, CA

-South: April 1-2 in Charlotte, NC

-East: April 8-9 in Bel Air, MD

-North: April 8-9 in Nassau County, NY

About the WSYL: The World Series of Youth Lacrosse was founded in 2014 by Jake Steinfeld, the founder of Major League Lacrosse, with the goal of providing youth players with the ultimate lacrosse experience. The WSYL strives to give every player the best possible experience throughout the entire tournament – from the opening whistle of their first qualifier game all the way to hoisting the championship trophy on live national television. The competition was first held in 2015 and has hosted thousands of players representing teams from dozens of states, as well as internationally.

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