A team field sport originating with the Native American Indians
Lacrosse is a team field sport originating with the Native American Indians. Using a long-handled stick with a mesh strung head, players pass a small, airborne rubber ball between their teammates with the aim of shooting the ball into their opponent’s goal. The primary difference in the men’s and women’s game is the use of contact.
UCD Lacrosse is a vibrant club that aims to introduce students to the fun, intensity, athleticism and team spirit which lacrosse creates. Beginner’s events, regular trips, social events and game days make the club particularly inclusive. Outdoor training takes place twice a week, and the club provides all equipment for beginners. Club members have also represented Ireland at senior level in recent years.