History of the Brogden Cup

The best of three-game series is named for H. McCullough Brogden, who was a member of the 1932 and 1933 Johns Hopkins University teams and the 1932 Olympic team.

Dating back a generation before Major League Lacrosse, the Brogden Cup was formally played between the top post-collegiate club players in North America. Today, the Brogden Cup feature the top U19 players in North America enabling those unable to participate in the World Games (every four years), due to unfortunate birth dates, and opportunity to experience international field lacrosse and fellowship every year.

Level 2 Sports is the organizer of this event. Having demonstrated a high level of potential and love for the game, the USA roster features college-bound players that have participated in the Brine National Lacrosse Classic.