Eric Law Joins Denver City Lax Staff
from Press Release
DENVER — Denver City Lax announced today that Eric Law has been hired as a Program Manager for the 2013-14 season. Denver City Lax is a sports-based youth development organization creating educational and enrichment opportunities for youth in underserved Denver neighborhoods. The program has introduced lacrosse to thousands of youth, and currently serves over 200 students in the metro area at no cost to participants.
"We're thrilled to add Eric to our staff," said Executive Director, Rod Allison. "He is highly thought of both locally and nationally, and has a wealth of lacrosse knowledge to go along with a great work ethic. We think Eric can make an immediate impact, and assist Denver City Lax in our next phase of growth."
Law grew up in Littleton, CO and attended Arapahoe High School where he led his team to their first state championship in 2009. He graduated in 2013 from the University of Denver where he served as a captain under Bill Tierney, and helped lead the Pioneers to the NCAA Final Four. While at DU, Law accumulated 152 career points and was named a USILA Scholar All-American & Honorable Mention All American.
"I am excited to join Denver City Lax where I have the opportunity to give back to the sport that has given me endless amounts of possibilities," said Law. "I am proud to be a part of an organization that is about more than just sports."
Law currently plays Major League Lacrosse for the Denver Outlaws where he finished a record setting rookie season. The Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League made Law the 28th overall selection in the NLL draft, and he was also named to the USA national team's 52-player training roster.
Law will be joining University of Denver alumni and fellow Denver Outlaw Dillon Roy in working with Denver City Lax. Roy has played an instrumental role with the youth organization for several years as a volunteer, coach, mentor and board member.
"It's our goal to involve the best possible people in our organization, and we are lucky to have people like Eric and Dillon on board," said Allison. "They are not only two of the best lacrosse players ever from the state of Colorado, but more importantly, they are passionate about using lacrosse to make an impact in young kid's lives."