About Old School Lacrosse

Compared to most other sports, remarkably little is known today about the great lacrosse stars from yesteryear when  lacrosse – and not hockey – captivated the attention and won the hearts and minds of sports fans in Vancouver, New Westminster, and the rest of the Lower Mainland.

Old School Lacrosse is means to discover and tell the story of these great players and pioneers from a century ago, their photographs, and their relevance to the history of lacrosse in the province of British Columbia and in Canada.

Articles posted here are constantly being updated – and in some cases, re-written – as new information is discovered, so remember to check back from time to time for updates on your favorites.

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Diagram from ‘Lacrosse: The National Game of Canada’ by WG Beers (1869)