In 2011, USA Lacrosse entered into a multi-year partnership with the Tewaaraton Foundation to sponsor the annual Tewaaraton Award and Native American Scholarships. USA Lacrosse joins the Mohawk Nation Council of Elders in its endorsement of the Tewaaraton Award, providing validation from the modern game’s national governing body in unison with the existing endorsement from the native era. The USA Lacrosse Tewaaraton Native American Scholarship is annually awarded to one male and one female Native American high school player.
USA Lacrosse, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, is the national governing body of men’s and women’s lacrosse and the home of the nation’s fastest-growing sport. USA Lacrosse has more than 430,000 members in 68 regional chapters across the country. Through responsive and effective leadership, USA Lacrosse provides programs and services to inspire participation while protecting the integrity of the sport.
For more information, visit usalacrosse.org
The University Club of Washington, DC
The University Club of the City of Washington, District of Columbia was established in 1904. During the tenure of William Howard Taft, the Club’s first President and later the President of the United States, the membership adopted a most appropriate motto which still holds true today: “Enter all ye who have a degree of good fellowship and learning.”
Today, The University Club is a favorite meeting spot for members and their guests, with the comfort and privacy of a home away from home. The Club’s collegial atmosphere makes it possible to enjoy an amazing array of services including upscale dining, casual grille, pub, health club, squash, indoor pool and spa treatments in addition to private event rooms and peaceful reading in the library. With superior recreational facilities and a full schedule of social programming, The University Club of Washington, DC, has established itself as one of the premier private city clubs in the country.
For more information about The University Club, visit UniversityClubDC.com.