Sports Medicine Expert Encourages Parents to Set the Parameters

Sports Medicine Expert Encourages Parents to Set the Parameters

EventsHealth & SafetyParentsPlayersThere’s lots of discussion in lacrosse about overtraining & specialization, not only among players and parents, but also among coaches and health care providers. How much is too much? What age is appropriate for specialization? And what is the correlation between training load and the risk of injury? To help

FHSAA Classification and District Assignments for 2019-20 & 2020-21

FHSAA Classification and District Assignments for 2019-20 & 2020-21

The Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) has officially begun its reclassification and districting process for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years. Per Policy 12 in the FHSAA Handbook, the assignments made will be in effect through June 30, 2021. Each member school has now submitted student enrollment data for the

Inside the December 2018 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine

Inside the December 2018 Edition of US Lacrosse Magazine

Paul Rabil has surpassed the pinnacle of any collegiate player's career. Since a record-breaking six-goal performance in Johns Hopkins' 2008 NCAA championship loss to Syracuse, Rabil has talked of a tipping point for the game that would take the sport to a new level. That time has come.  Rabil sent shockwaves through the lacrosse world

Up Your Game: Preparing for Your Season Physically

Up Your Game: Preparing for Your Season Physically

CoachesHealth & SafetyInstructionalOfficialsParentsPlayersJust as the athletes in your upcoming games are preparing for their season, you should be physically preparing for your first game. Being thoroughly conditioned for your season is professionally as important as it is to show up to your games on time and in the proper uniform. We would