Florida United Lacrosse is a unique lacrosse-oriented organization focused on growing, developing, and expanding the sport across Florida and throughout the Southeast. In 2008, Florida United created the Florida United Lacrosse Cup series, a first-of-its-kind tournament experience unlike any other offered in the United States. Open to all competitive lacrosse teams across the country, the concept takes lacrosse competition to an entirely new level by providing skilled lacrosse players an opportunity to compete in a state-wide series of high-quality off-season lacrosse tournaments.
Each tournament in the series offers competition in a standardized format and is organized by boys' and girls' divisions for elite-level, high school, youth, and adult teams. Teams have the choice of competing in the entire series or selecting individual tournaments, although seeding at future events is improved progressively for those teams with greater participation. Each tournament is organized to provide safe, efficient, and intense, high-level competition. High-visibility is also assured as many college coaches have already recognized the dynamic recruiting opportunities created by attending these coordinated tournaments.
Every tournament in the series has its own distinctive on-line presence and on-field personality leveraged by convenient club, team, and player registration processes. Our FULC tournament web-site provides information regarding schedules by division, time, and field. Playoff round seeding and scheduling is updated in real-time with schedules available on-line throughout the tournament. With tournament formats standardized across the entire series, true event-to-event comparisons or possible.
Jaguars 16-4 over team Carey Long Island, 4 in a row!
Dolphins win 12-1. Trevor Pelletier with 5 goals and 2 assists. John Krall with his first hat trick!
Team Florida sends prayers and condolences to alum Devon menear and his family. Sorry for your loss.
Team Florida jaguars go 3-0 on the day. Down SMS 16-3
Dolphins 9-4 win against Washington State. Garrett Arnold and Bennett Osterink leading the charge.