The lacrosse timeline begins with the Jesuit Missionary, Jean de Brebeuf is the first to document the game of lacrosse
Caughnawaga Indians demonstrate the sport in Montreal. The game is reported by the newspaper and, for the first time, white men are interested in the sport.
Queen Victoria watched and "endorses" a lacrosse game in Windsor, England. New York University is the first college in the United States to establish a lacrosse team.
the first women's lacrosse game is played at St. Leonard's School in St. Andrew's, Scotland.
Lacrosse is first played as an exhibition sport in the Olympics in St. Louis. The United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse League is formed.
Rosabelle Sinclair reestablishes women's lacrosse in the United States when she starts a team at the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore.
The Lacrosse Foundation is incorporated as the sport's national development center and archive.
The first issue of Lacrosse Magazine is published by The Lacrosse Foundation.
The first NCAA women's championship is played at Trenton State University between the University of Massachusetts and Trenton State University.
Lacrosse continues to grow at national and international levels spreading all across the globe.