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AdministratorsCoachesOfficialsParentsPlayersSPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse today unveiled the 2018 Girls’ Lacrosse Rules Online Course at learning.uslacrosse.org. The course covers the most important and most common National Federation of State High School Athletic Associations (NFHS) rules of play for high school girls’ lacrosse, which serve as the foundation for the age-appropriate
AdministratorsOfficialsPress ReleaseSPARKS, Md. — US Lacrosse today named men’s and women’s lacrosse officials development coordinators for the nine regions that comprise the evolved national officiating structure developed last year. US Lacrosse Officials Development Region Coordinators serve as the main liaison for their region in connection with US Lacrosse. They primarily assist
CoachesOfficialsParentsPlayersUS Lacrosse is issuing this clarification to answer recent questions about equipment legality issues for the 2018 season. Question: Which US Lacrosse boys’ youth lacrosse head specifications are legal for play in 2018? Answer: Both the 2017 NFHS Spec Heads and 2018 NFHS/NCAA Spec Heads are legal for play. All head sizes
ADMCoachesParentsCharlotte Hounds head coach Jim Stagnitta credits his earliest coaches as being some of the most influential of his athletic career. I was a late starter to lacrosse, playing my first organized season as a sophomore in high school after retiring from baseball. I was a three-sport athlete, which I firmly
Coaches Health & Safety Players Press Release The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that 3.8 million concussions occur in the United States each year. Unfortunately, by some estimates, only 1 of 6 concussions are actually diagnosed. US Lacrosse and the Concussion Legacy Foundation want to change that statistic. The Team Up Speak Up campaign is