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The SouthEastern Lacrosse Conference (SELC) is a collegiate lacrosse club league based in the Southeastern United States. In 1988, the SELC was founded to provide for organized, regional college level lacrosse competition and to provide an outlet for high school players in the Southeast to play at the collegiate level. Since its inception, the SELC membership has expanded dramatically due to the explosive growth of high school and youth lacrosse in the Southeast.

The SELC has provided consistent collegiate competition among the member teams, produced viable team/player recognition awards and stages a first-class championship event. Additionally, the league is seeing successful high school players from the typical lacrosse base of the eastern seaboard come south for educational opportunities which have improved the quality of play of these teams.

There are now 44 member colleges playing in the SELC with over 1400 players. Sixteen teams will be invited to the SELC Championships with eight coming from Division 1 and eight from Division II. The league will crown two champions on April 24, 2016 who will be automatically qualified for the MCLA National Championships held later in May.

The SELC is a 501(c)(7) non-profit organization. The proceeds from the Championship Tournament are used to defray the costs to the college teams who are mostly self-funded. There is an SELC Executive Committee that governs the conference, as well as a Board of Directors with representation from member schools.

The SELC Tournament Host Committee is comprised of Johns Creek area lacrosse enthusiasts as well as area businesses and community representatives. This committed group of volunteers provides the Johns Creek community a fun filled family-oriented yearly event showcasing the best lacrosse from the SELC.

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SELC Host Committee Chairman: Wash Miller, gatorduq@gmail.com

SELC Executive Committee - Tournament Chairman: Liz Tumblin, liztumblin@gmail.com

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