Find your the local WLUSA Team in your area.  Get started, get your stick up!


 Photo Credit:  Peter Hellberg

Photo Credit: Peter Hellberg

San Diego SHARP Shooters

The first program and team in the country, the Shooters have been playing together since 2009.  Using a roster that is made up of guys with various SCI levels, age and experience, the team from San Diego is building a strong foundation for the future.

 Photo Credit:  Mitya Ku

Photo Credit: Mitya Ku

Colorado Rolling Mammoth

Starting in 2011, the Rolling Mammoth have a lot of support from a state where lacrosse is leading the way in fans and team expansion.  Supported by the NLL franchise team, the Colorado Mammoth, the wheelchair lacrosse team out of Denver is led by Daniel Hersh.  Daniel is also the Men's Lacrosse head coach at the University of Northern Colorado.  This is team is growing and has a strong base of very talented and motivated players.


Tampa Bay String Rays

Tampa Bay's wheelchair lacrosse team was started in 2012 and is largely made up of Veterans.  Supported by the VA Medical center in association with DSUSA, the Tampa players were introduced to the sport by a WLUSA Camp.  Since then the program is emerging and finding more support and more players that are wanting to try something different and fresh.

SportAble, Richmond, VA

One of our first events, the Richmond crew was initiated by the mom of a recently injured young man who played and loved lacrosse.  After doing some research and finding Wheelchair Lacrosse USA, she worked to get the camp started.  Getting support from their local US Lacrosse Chapter, the Richmond team has a dedicated core group that love this game.  If you are in the area and are looking for a fun, new challenge, contact the SportAble group in Richmond today.