Michael Gottleib Lacrosse Art & Graphics has partnered with The Victory Way – up to 20% of each sale will be donated to Victory.
Purchase some of the finest lacrosse art available and help Victory continue to provide great programs for SoCal laxers of all ages.
Click the images below to see Mike’s full gallery of images for sale:
Michael Gottleib Lacrosse Graphics (MGLG) has been a source of lacrosse art and design since 1974. MGLG art has received awards from the Montana Advertising Federation, Print Magazine and was on display at the Baltimore Orioles Sports Art Gallery at Camden Yards, and can be found at the Bilderback/Moore Navy Lacrosse Hall of Fame in Annapolis, MD.
Mike grew up in Baltimore County and played lacrosse and soccer at the Naval Academy, graduating in 1970. A highlight of his college career was playing in the 1969 season-ending Army/Navy game which was a missed opportunity to share a national championship. Wearing the blue and gold vying for national championships continues to be a lasting memory and inspiration.
Mike assisted with the early growth of lacrosse in both southern and northern California as player, referee, and founder of teams. He also coached high school, college and club lacrosse with the San Francisco University High School; U. of California, Berkeley; Golden Gate LC; the US Grandmasters Eagles; and Navy Old Goats. He is a current assistant coach for the Helena, MT Huskies (U-19), winning the state JV championship in their first year of competition (2013).
In Feb., 2010, Mike was honored with many others “who by deeds and example personify the great contribution of the sport of lacrosse to our way of life” as an inductee to the Northern California Chapter of US Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Mike was recognized during the 25th anniversary as one of 25 individuals contributing to the Vail Shootout’s success since inception in 1973. In 2017, Mike was inducted into the initial class of 10 for the Shootout’s Hall of Fame.
Mike continues to create visual memories for America’s lacrosse enthusiasts from his studio in Montana.