Free Play: Send Us Your Lacrosse-Themed Art and Writing

Calling all aspiring artists and writers.

In our next edition, US Lacrosse Magazine will have a new section featuring the creative works of youth and high school lacrosse players.

Here’s how you can get featured in “Free Play.”


We are now accepting submissions of lacrosse-themed art from youth and high school players — a great opportunity to express your passion for the sport!

  • Drawing and illustration

  • Painting

  • Comic art

  • Editorial cartoon

  • Sculpture

  • Digital art

  • Photography

Email high-resolution (300 DPI) image files (JPG or PNG preferred) to or tag us on social media (@USLacrosseMag).


Kids can also submit lacrosse-themed writing, including but not limited to:

  • Flash fiction

  • Personal essay

  • Dramatic script

  • Humor

  • Poetry

  • Short story

  • Journalism

Email submissions (no more than 500 words) to or tag us on social media (@USLacrosseMag). 


Submitting these contents constitutes permission for US Lacrosse to edit (for space, spelling, grammar and style) and publish them in US Lacrosse-owned media properties. A minor must have his/her parent’s or legal guardian’s permission to enter. 

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