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  • Lacrosse


    Return to Activity guidance from England Lacrosse Association


    A big sport in the US where it has its roots in the cultural tradition of Native Americans, lacrosse is a fast paced, requiring good hand-eye coordination, teamwork and reflexes. The rules for men's and women's lacrosse differ quite significantly with full contact being part of the men's game but not allowed in the women's.. 

    At Brookes we have two men's teams and one women's with the club always on the lookout for knew players whether experienced or complete beginners. 


  • Women's 1st Team

    The Women's 1st team competes in Midlands Conference 2A. 

    Follow their progress this season »

    Women's 2nd Team

    The Women's 1st team competes in Midlands Conference 2B. 

    Follow their progress this season »


  • Men's 1st Team

    The Men's 1st team competes in Midlands Conference 2B.

    Follow their progress this season »


  • Awards

    The following Brookes Sport 'Annual Sports Awards' have been won by OBULC Men & Women:

    Team of the Year 2019
    Women's 1st Team
    Fresher of the Year 2019
    Tara Dempsey (Women's)
    Coach of the Year 2016
    Alicia Motley
    Team of the Year 2015
    Women's 1st Team
    Fresher of the Year 2015
    Megan Shacklock (Women's) 

  • Want to join?

    If you want to represent #TEAMBrookes, give a new sport a go, or just find out more, then the best place to be is at this year's online Fresher's Fair - taking place on Friday 18 September.

    Can't get online on the day? You can still get further information by completing this form or by sending an email to sport@brookes.ac.uk