OUR MISSION: Honor, Inspire, empower and transform though Lacrosse.
Our coaches have been fortunate to have coached thousands of players with hundreds of them going on to the varsity college ranks. We even have developed pro indoor, pro outdoor, DI captains and DI college coaches too! If you want to be developed and mentored by coaches that have a proven track record then the HLA is a great choice.
What People are Saying
Below are some testimonials that we have received about The Hoosier Lacrosse Academy that we are excited to share with you.
Had a great experience with The Hoosier Lacrosse Academy! We want to hear from you and share it with existing and potential members. Please help us grow the game and submit a testimonial about your experience!
Ken Levinberg is one of the greatest lacrosse coaches and friends I have ever had. At a very young age coach Levinberg was one of my very first lacrosse coaches and has coached me personally on and off the field since my youth and throughout college. If it wasn’t for coach Levinberg’s passion for coaching lacrosse I would have never fallen in love with this great game. In which, I would not have had the opportunity to play lacrosse at the collegiate level as well as the opportunity to coach at the collegiate level, I owe a lot to coach Levinberg and his passion for the game and I’ll never forget a coach like him."
TIMOTHY HOLDEN - AURORA UNIVERSITY (DIV III), ASSISTANT MEN’S LACROSSE COACH 2011-2013, IMG Academy
“He made the HSE 5th/6th spring travel team. There will potentially be five other B teams in the 5th/6th league from HSE this season, so he beat out a lot of kids who have been playing longer. I attribute the development work through Hoosier Lacrosse to his early success…thank you! A great accomplishment for only going into his second season!”
The Box program helped a lot with improving my stick skills in close, off ball movement, and especially being able to play with contact. I am now playing for the nationally ranked U of Indianapolis!
"Our Son's (Cameron) game has gone to a whole new level with the box skills he is gaining in your program. Big fans. I tell everyone about the program. Glad to see it growing."
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425 E Clear Lake Ln. Westfield IN, 46074
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Hoosier Lacrosse is looking for a few great male and female coaches for our programs throughout Indiana. If you love lacrosse and teaching we would like to hear from you.
The Hoosier Lacrosse Academy is looking for a few great male and female coaches for our programs throughout Indiana. If you love lacrosse and teaching we would like to hear from you.
Lacrosse is considered one of the fastest growing team sports in the United States. The cost of outfitting a lacrosse team is less than hockey and football. In the last decade, the number of high school and youth teams has increased by 65 percent and the number of college and club teams has risen by 62 percent. There is a growing interest in the game among countries around the world which have never before been involved. Once a minor pastime played in the shadows of baseball stadiums in the Northeast of the United States, lacrosse has become a national sport with more than 200,000 active players.
Ironically, lacrosse also served as a preparation for war. Legend tells of as many as 1,000 players per side, from the same or different tribes, who took turns engaging in a violent contest. Contestants played on a field from one to 15 miles in length, and games sometimes lasted for days. Some tribes used a single pole, tree or rock for a goal, while other tribes had two goalposts through which the ball had to bass. Balls were made out of wood, deerskin, baked clay or stone.
Lacrosse is one of the fastest growing team sports in the United States. Youth participation in the sport has grown over 77% since 2006 to nearly 400,000 in 2012. No sport has grown faster at the high school level over the last 10 years and there are now an estimated 282,000 high school players.
Lacrosse is also the fastest-growing sport over the last nine years at the NCAA level with 671 college teams in 2012, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. There are more than 500 college club programs, including nearly 200 women’s teams that compete at the US Lacrosse Intercollegiate Associates level.