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Wheelchair Lacrosse

Wheelchair lacrosse offers a challenging game for players interested in fast-paced action. This sport packs a punch and involves speed, finesse and teamwork. Wheelchair lacrosse is physical, high-demand, lightning-fast fun. Season length is May-August, but it is never too late to join.  

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Good to know

Wheelchair lacrosse is played on a roller hockey rink or box lacrosse pad with eight players per side. Two players must remain in the offensive half and three in the defensive half at all times. It is played using a no-bounce ball and sports chairs or rugby chairs. We offer an equipment loan program for all equipment required including pads, sticks, helmets and sports chairs!

Discover lacrosse

New to the sport? Curious how to play? Want to try out the equipment? Come and test drive the game at Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. It's a great opportunity to meet the coaches and players!

See all lacrosse offerings. 

 

Our COVID-19 Plan for Sports & Recreation

The health and safety of our participants, volunteers, interns and staff is our priority. Before deciding to return to play, it is important to consider your personal and family health circumstances. If in doubt, you are encouraged to participate virtually.

To participate in in-person activities:

  1. Review the Adaptive Sports & Recreation COVID-19 Plan for safety guidelines and education.
  2. Sign mandatory participation forms and waivers.
  3. Register online on CK ACTIVE.
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Get involved

To share your love of lacrosse or sports in general as a volunteer, contact Sports and Rec Volunteer Coordinator: Khara.Hesse@allina.com, 612-775-2724.

 

For information and to register

Contact information

CKRI Sports & Recreation
Phone: 612-775-2277
CKRIsportsrecreation@allina.com

Fee information

$100

No participant will be turned away due to financial hardships. Cost sharing and scholarships are available upon request.

Contact CKRIsportsrecreation@allina.com for more information.

What to bring

All equipment is provided by Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.

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