Hi Players, Parents, Coaches & Lacrosse Enthusiasts,

Thank you for visiting our website and looking for more information on the 6th Annual Oregon Lacrosse Classic.  This year’s event will be held July 19th-21st, 2019. After a successful tournament in 2018, we are very excited to make this year the biggest and best yet.

The Oregon Lacrosse Classic is unlike any other tournament.  Rhino Lacrosse prides itself on making their tournaments about more than just the game, but the overall experience. To accomplish this, we bring in professional and college lacrosse players and coaches from across the country who bring their passion for the sport and hope to pass that along to you.  With a lacrosse festival vibe, our 6th annual tournament will have competitive divisions for both boys and girls, players only ‘fun zones’, music, vendors, concessions, and so much more.

In 2019, we also look to expand our girls program and bring their premier fields to one of our central locations.  Girls lacrosse is one of the fastest growing sports and each team deserve every opportunity to play on a high quality field at a premier location.  In addition, we look to add a bracket for our youngest players. For the first time, we will have a division for boys 2028-2029. We are excited to bring these growing lacrosse players into the mix and help foster their love of the game.

For those of you who have attended in the past, you know the best part of this tournament is the location.  Bend, Oregon is home to some of the finest venues in the country. In addition, when not playing, participants have access to the hiking, biking, tubing down the Deschutes River, incredible restaurants and so much more. You really must attend in person to truly appreciate the event.

Thank you for considering the Oregon Lacrosse Classic in 2019.  If you have any questions or need any assistance, please email olc@rhinolacrosse.com.  On behalf of Rhino Lacrosse, we hope that you will join us in Bend, Oregon for an unmatchable lacrosse experience on July 19th – 21st, 2019.

Sincerely,
Ryan Powell
​​​​​​​Tournament Director