The Regis University Men's Club Lacrosse Team is made up of dedicated students looking for the opportunity to play collegiate-level lacrosse in a competitive national Men's Collegiate Lacrosse League (MCLA). The team was founded in 1992 by a group of students looking to bring lacrosse back to the school after it was once a varsity program. Each year since, the team has improved their status on campus as well is their standing within the leagues landscape. The club is comprised of range of experienced lacrosse players, all who strive to compete amongst their teammates for the greater glory for all.


The Rangers compete in the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Conference (RMLC) Division II. The RMLC consists of 8 Division I teams and 8 Division II teams, representing Utah, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming and New Mexico. The RMLC is consistently one of the top performing conferences in the MCLA.


Regis University's Campus is rooted in more than 130 years of tradition, Regis University's Northwest Denver (Lowell) Campus is the flagship location for the University. The campus is situated just northwest of dynamic downtown Denver. Picturesque mountain views form the backdrop behind iconic Main Hall, which houses the University's administrative offices. When you imagine a typical, bustling college campus, rich with history and filled with excited students and expert faculty, you're picturing our North Denver campus.


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West Field

In February 2006, the University took possession of its formerly leased land to the east, expanding the campus perimeter to Federal Boulevard. As a result, Regis has additional parking spaces, intramural and NCAA Division II varsity athletic fields, and an improved aesthetic ambience on the east side of campus. The lacrosse team uses this field as a practice and game field. It is located in the shadow of Clarke Hall on campus off of 50th ave.


Dick's Sporting Goods Park

Dick’s Sporting Goods Park field complex consists of 24 full-size, fully-lit sports fields, including 22 natural grass and 2 synthetic turf fields. The natural grass fields are available from April – November, weather permitting. The synthetic turf fields are available year-round. Regis Lacrosse will often use the turf fields for an alternate practice and game field when weather is obstructing the campus fields.

Dick's Sporting Goods Park, 6000 Victory Way, Commerce City, CO 80022

Coors Life Fitness Center

The Regis University Fitness Center is free to use for all current students, faculty and staff of Regis University. Our facility is 6,000 square feet and includes cardio and weight areas, a bouldering wall and a group exercise/stretching area. This building also houses the club sports and recreation offices.

Intramural Field (IMF)

The IMF field located north of the softball field. It is a 80x40 yard green space that hosts intramural club sports and student events. The lacrosse team often uses this field as a practice space.

Ranger Dome

The Ranger Dome was built in 2003 to accommodate the growth of both intramural and varsity sports. The dome primarily serves as a location for intramurals and as a back-up indoor space for varsity and club sports teams during inclement weather.

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Ranger Dome