The Interstate Box Lacrosse Association (IBLA) is the nation's largest adult box lacrosse league. The IBLA was formed to ultimately unify the system of Regional Box Lacrosse Leagues (RBLL) around the country. Each RBLL is its own state-wide league for the senior level of lacrosse for ages 18+ players.
A Golden Bear Paw that was designed for a semi-professional box team in Northern Virginia. The bear paw pays homage to the Indigenous Native Americans who invented the sport. The bear paw has 10 total clans represented as well as the Great Tree of Peace which symbolizes the friendly association among the historically powerful Native American Five Nations - Mohawks, Oneidas, Onondagas, Cayugas and Senecas. It is also an alliance of peace, companionship and unity within this group of aboriginal nations
A Golden Bear that was designed for a semi-professional box team in Northern Virginia. The bear pays homage to the Indigenous Native Americans who invented the sport. The bear has a longhouse shape eye, six stripes and feathers to showcase the Iroquois.
A box lacrosse team in Northern Virginia that pays homage to the indigenous people that invented the game of lacrosse. Eye in shape of long house, turtle stomach, 6 stripes to represent 6 tribes of Iroquois. Also have embedded map of Virginia into the logo.