SFC’s varsity lacrosse players are swift, agile, precise, and aggressive on the field this season, posing quite the challenge for their opponents. However, it’s a whole other game when the guys temporarily forfeit the use of their legs and opt to be strapped into a wheelchair instead. It’s called Wheelchair Lacrosse and it’s played using specially designed wheelchairs in a roller rink. SFC players teamed up with athletes from Wheelchair Lacrosse USA (WLUSA) San Diego this spring for a few wildly competitive games. Members of WLUSA are either spinal cord injury victims or amputees, and all are fierce challengers in the rink! New friendships were forged as the able and disabled leveled the playing field (in this case, rink) and played the sport they all dearly love.