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.”

SHARE YOUR LAX ART

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 freeplay@uslacrosse.org or tag us on social media (@USLacrosseMag).

WRITE ABOUT LACROSSE

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 freeplay@uslacrosse.org or tag us on social media (@USLacrosseMag). 

PERMISSIONS AND RULES

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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