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8 Steps for Better Concussion Management in Lacrosse

January 27, 2015    1882 Views
8 Steps for Better Concussion Management in LacrosseBy now, you probably know the facts about concussion, but do you have a plan to deal with them when they happen? Follow our eight steps to get started. Read More »

US Lacrosse-Funded ACL Injury Prevention Program to Grow in 2015

December 8, 2014    4230 Views
US Lacrosse ACL injury preventionACL injury prevention programs should have at least three critical elements: dynamic warm-up, lower body and core strengthening, and neuromuscular control. Read More »

Keeping Lacrosse Consistently Safe: An Official’s Perspective

October 14, 2014    4667 Views
Keeping Lacrosse Consistently Safe: An Official’s PerspectiveShould refs pass on calls based on the score in a blowout game? Why aren’t the same penalties called from game to game? Our resident official gives perspective. Read More »

Do I Have a Concussion? A Guide to the First Week

September 4, 2014    1965 Views
Do I Have a Concussion? A Guide to the First WeekWouldn’t it be nice to have a handy guide to navigating the first week after your lacrosse player sustains a concussion? We have just the thing. Read More »

4 Stretching Exercises to Prevent Summer Lacrosse Injuries

September 3, 2014    1899 Views
4 Stretching Exercises to Prevent Summer Lacrosse InjuriesHow can coaches keep athletes healthy when they’re playing up to three games per day during the summer tournament season? These exercises will help Read More »

Florida Girls Lacrosse Headgear Debate About More Than Safety

August 28, 2014    6002 Views
Florida Girls Lacrosse Headgear Debate About More Than SafetyThe debate surrounding the Florida high school women’s lacrosse headgear mandate is about much more than safety, writes NFHS rules chair Jay Watts. Read More »

Making Lacrosse Safer: Our Shared Responsibility

August 21, 2014    3133 Views
Making Lacrosse Safer: Our Shared ResponsibilityHow can lacrosse become a safer game and remain popular without losing its identity? It starts with how youth lacrosse is taught. Read More »

Beat the Heat: Keeping Your Athletes Healthy This Summer

July 22, 2014    2699 Views
Beat the Heat: Keeping Athletes HealthyHydryation needs can vary from athlete to athlete. Make sure you’re armed with the information to keep players safe this summer. Read More »

Youth Sports Safety: Still Working the Problem

June 4, 2014    2399 Views
Youth Sports Safety: Still Working the ProblemWhen it comes to youth sports safety, President Obama, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, US Lacrosse and others all have the same goal in mind. Read More »

As Good as Gold: Which Wolf Will You Feed?

May 1, 2014    1388 Views
As Good As Gold: Gold Stick ProgramThe new US Lacrosse Gold Stick Program seeks the best lacrosse experience for you and your kids. Read More »

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