The Camo Classic Lacrosse for a Cause

Benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project

Back Jan 30, 2016

 Swashbuckler Lacrosse and Placer Valley Tourism are ringing in 2016 with the Camo Classic, an incredible two-day lacrosse tournament that benefits the Wounded Warrior Project. 

There are 30 teams expected to attend which equates to nearly 700 players total coming from as far north as Portland, Oregon to as far south as San Diego and everywhere in between. All teams will play five games with a 50-minute running clock.m They will also have a parent lounge hosted by a local brewery for spectators over 21-years-old to enjoy. 

President of Swashbuckler Lacrosse Kevin Van Patten explained that all of their tournaments have a charitable element to them as they are committed to promoting awareness and fundraising for those in need.  “The Wounded Warrior Project will have Veterans on-site at the Camo Classic and we will have special side events and contests that will help raise money for their cause,” added Van Patten. 

To register, click here!