Welcome to the home of Cavalier Lacrosse Club Boys 2025 / 2026!
This year the Cavalier Lacrosse Club is honored and excited to participate in Shootout for Soldiers - Baltimore 2017! In previous years Cavalier coaches have participated as players in this event which is a 24 hour long lacrosse game that honors and raises funding for wounded veterans, and also honors this game that we all love so much. But 2017 marks the first year that the club is entering 6 teams to participate in this event. These 6 teams will be paired up and combined to play in three different and hopefully back to back 1 hour games. These timeslots and games will feature the combined teams of Cavalier 2021 /2022, Cavalier 2023 / 2024, and Cavalier 2025 / 2026. Each of these three games with blended teams will face off in a Cavalier Stars vs. Cavalier Stripes game that will provide much needed funding for wounded veterans in need. I wouldn't be surprised to see our Cavs coaches also suiting up to get some playing time during the games!
The Shootout for Soldiers mission is to use lacrosse as a platform to support American veterans and foster community engagement. The games are fun - and are meant to bring the community together in support of our nation's heroes. There is no championship or all-star team and the score runs for all 24 hours. There is good food, music and a festival of activities beyond lacrosse that make it a family friendly event for all. Last year SFS Baltimore raised over $112k dollars through the support of over 700 players and 3,200 spectators within the Baltimore area.
This year we are doing our parts to participate in this event and raise much neede funding for those who have served and are wounded please consider donating towards this cause and a Cavalier thanks you for helping us, help those in need!
Some statistics you should know:
- The VA estimates there are nearly 400,000 untreated cases of post-traumatic stress disorder.
- A new VA study finds that 20 veterans commit suicide a day.
- A Rand report estimates that 26% of returning combat veterans may have mental health conditions (PTSD, anxiety, depression).
Thanks so much for your generosity!