PHILADELPHIA, PA, May 27, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Playing Lacrosse on water is a reality for the fans who watched the University of Maryland Women, and the University of Denver Men capture the 2015 NCAA Lacrosse Championship Titles over Memorial Day Weekend.
The new activity is played on Stand Up Paddleboards (SUP) using a special Paddle Polo stick that easily attaches to any paddle. Paddle Polo can be played on any body of water from the lakes and rivers near NCAA Lacrosse Championship Finals in Philadelphia to coastal California communities.
Paddle Polo combines two of the fastest growing sports, Lacrosse and Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) to provide countless hours of fun for all ages. Although there are dozens of ways to use the sticks for games and training, the product has been extremely popular with lacrosse players and families. Dozens of coaches, leagues and camps are setting up practices, demonstrations and fundraisers for their players and families to offer a unique opportunity to practice the sport they love in a radically different setting.
"Everyone has lacrosse fever after watching the spectacular final matches this weekend," says Steve Gurney, founder of Paddle Polo, "Paddle Polo offers players and families the chance to play and practice lacrosse in an exciting new way!"
Paddle Polo is available for purchase at www.paddlepolo.com
and at a growing number of retail, rental, and youth camps across the country.
Paddle Polo is a revolutionary new product that easily attaches to a Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) or canoe paddle to enjoy games, activities and training. The unique patent-pending product is designed specifically for usage on water. Paddle Polo is available online at www.paddlepolo.com
, and a growing number of retail, camp and rental operations.