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Michigan Chapter of U.S. Lacrosse

Michigan College Scholarship 2014


The Michigan Chapter of US Lacrosse is pleased to announce the opening of its 2014 college scholarship program. The scholarship amount is $1,000 to each winner. USLM expects to award approximately six scholarships this year, depending on strength of applications.

The scholarship is available to high school seniors playing on their high school's lacrosse team in the spring 2014 season. A minimum GPA of 3.0 at end of the fall, 2014 high school semester is required.  (3.0 on 4.0 scale; equivalent on other scales.). The scholarship is available to persons attending a Michigan College or University in the fall of 2014, and is paid upon proof of enrollment.  Other requirements apply.

Applications and all supporting materials must be postmarked by May 16, 2014.  Winners will be announced and notified on or about June 1, 2014. Presentations will be made at the USLM Hall of Fame Game for high school graduating seniors in June.

The full requirements are included on the application, available here: APPLICATION



Michigan Lacrosse Hall of Fame Celebration

On Saturday, October 26th, the Michigan Chapter honored the 2013 inductees: John Paul, Jen Dunbar, Mike Mehall, Mike Campbell, and Tom Mitchell. Additionally, Bob Stevenson was awarded the Keeper of Lacrosse Award.


Bert Smith presenting to Elaine Mitchell for Tom Mitchell

Mike Campbell accepting from Bert Smith

Bob Stevenson presenting to Angie Ward for Jen Dunbar.

Bob Stevenson presenting to John Paul

Bob Stevenson presenting to Mike Mehall

US Lacrosse Rep Mike Cochran presenting Bob Stevenson with Keeper Award

Entire Photo Gallery 

Michigan Youth Lacrosse President Named 

The Michigan Chapter of US Lacrosse has named Mark Greaney as President of the Michigan Youth Lacrosse Association.  Mark Greaney will be re-organizing MYLA into a self-governing entity with goals to ensure certified coaches and players and promoting communication and collaboration amongst the youth programs. Mark will be contacting those that have offered to help with this effort and will welcome all programs that want to be associated with this effort. 

 Mark’s career in Lacrosse has involved playing and coaching both at levels from Youth to Collegiate.  Before coaching and playing internationally he was a standout at Wheeling Jesuit University.  He was the leading DII scorer in 2007 and is still the Wheeling Jesuit all time leading goal scorer. After college Mark moved to England where he coached club teams of all ages and played for Mellor Lacrosse Club. Coming back he coached at both the University of Arizona and the University of Michigan.  Mark recently coached Detroit Country Day High School varsity team where not only was the team a state semi-final contender but Mark was a coach of the year nominee and the team won the Michigan Lacrosse Officials Sportsmanship award as voted by the referees.

Please contact Mark with your ideas, support, and contact info for your team or program to be involved.  Mark will be looking to create a governing board to evaluate the current Constitution and By-laws for both boys and girls as well as looking for participation for all types and levels of teams. Mark can be contacted at:

2013 US Lacrosse Michigan Chapter Hall of Fame Games


2013 Hall of Fame Member: Jen Dunbar



2013 Hall of Fame Member: Mike Campbell



2013 Hall of Fame Members: Tom Mitchell and John Paul (represented by Mike Campbell)



2013 Hall of Fame Member: Mike Mehall



2013 Hall of Fame Game: Men’s Teams



2013 Hall of Fame Game: Women’s Teams