SEATTLE — Queen Anne lacrosse coach Lindsey Anderson’s selection as national youth coach of the year, a youth clinic in the Tri Cities, along with an NCAA commitment by a Bainbridge High School senior and the first NCAA goal by a Spartan graduate were among the Washington state lacrosse stories making news in Washington state from Feb. 17 – 23.
Here’s a complete round-up from the lacrosse week in Washington state. To see a comprehensive list of prep lacrosse stories published in Washington state and nationally visit the Washington State Prep Lacrosse Media Center.
|2/22/14||KAPP, KVEW||Tri Cities Youth Lacrosse||Lacrosse club looking for members|
|2/18/14||Issaquah Press||Liberty||Liberty lacrosse wins grant|
|2/18/14||Queen Anne & Magnolia News||Queen Anne Quick Styx||QA coach named US Lacrosse Youth Coach of Year|
|2/17/14||Bellingham Herald||Bellingham||Local lacrosse organization receives grant|
|2/17/14||Bainbridge Island Review||Bainbridge||Bainbridge High’s Sallie Marx to play NCAA D3 lacrosse at Pomona-Pitzer|
|2/17/14||Edmonds Beacon||Edmonds||Edmonds lacrosse awarded grant for new equipment|
|2/17/14||Bainbridge Island Review||Bainbridge||Knostman scores first collegiate goals in lacrosse win over Delaware|