Shoremen and Shorewomen Lacrosse to Play at 10:00 PM In Shootout For Soldiers Baltimore on June 20

Shoremen and Shorewomen Lacrosse to Play at 10:00 PM In Shootout For Soldiers Baltimore on June 20

CHESTERTOWN, Md. – Washington College Family, consisting of current players, alumni and children of both the Shoremen and Shorewomen Lacrosse programs will be playing at 10:00 p.m. on June 20 in the in the seventh annual Shootout For Soldiers Baltimore at Troy Park in Elkridge, Md.  The event will start at 7:00 p.m. on the 20th and will conclude on the 21st at 7:00 p.m.  The Shoremen and Shorewomen Laxers have participated in the event every year as Washington College Family. 

The Shoremen will play on Field 1 against MSJ Gaels Lax and the Shorewomen will play on Field 2 versus Lone Survivor.  There will be tailgate for all members of the family beginning at 6:00 p.m.

If you are interested in playing, please visit the Shootout For Soldiers Baltimore page below and join the Washington College Family team.  If you just want to donate, you can click on the same links below.

For more information you can click on the link below or contact Jeff Shirk at



Washington College was represented at the Shootout For Soldiers Atlanta event as Catherine Habel '10 (sixth from left in second row), who played for the Shorewomen from 2007-10, played for Atlanta Women's Lacrosse.  Shootout For Soldiers Atlanta took place on May 19-20 at Kennesaw High School in the Atlanta suburb of Kennesaw, Ga.

About Shootout For Soldiers
Shootout For Soldiers is a 24 hour lacrosse event with a mission to use lacrosse as a platform to support American veterans and foster community engagement. The games are fun - and are meant to bring the community together in support of our nation's heroes. There is no championship or all-star team and the score runs for all 24 hours. 

There is good food, music and a festival of activities beyond lacrosse that make it a family friendly event for all. Last year SFS Baltimore raised over $201k dollars through the support of over 2,500 players and 15,000 spectators in the Baltimore area.