LSU Lacrosse is Changing the Game’s Culture

The LSU Tigers have been growing the game and competing in lacrosse for over 40 years, but after all that time the culture continues to change.

The Tigers are still growing the game, like they have for the last 40 years.

Yes, LSU has had a lacrosse program for going on 41 years! You probably didn’t even know lacrosse was in the South for that long.

Louisiana State competes in the LSA D1 and they are currently 7-5 overall, 4-2 in their division.

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Check out this awesome report on the changing culture at LSU, as well as lacrosse in the South.

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