NEW AT DASA...the DASA Samurai!!
Wheelchair lacrosse is our new team sport for athletes with and without disabilities who want to try something that is fast, physical, and fun!
Played on a roller hockey rink, wheelchair lacrosse is played with teams of eight players and consists of four, fifteen minute long quarters. All players use all-court sports wheelchairs along with a lacrosse stick, helmet, and all the pads typically seen in a lacrosse game during play. Wheelchair lacrosse honors the rules and traditions of its able-bodied counterpart meaning, full contact is allowed to stop a player from scoring the ball past the goalie into the net. Wheelchair lacrosse is a very exciting new sport to watch, but even more fun to participate in!
If you would like to come play on a regular basis, or just come out and give it a try, please contact Meghan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. We have the equipment—we just need the players!
*Players must be over the age of 14 and players under the age of 18 must have parental consent as the sport is more physical.