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Female Athletes Discuss Concussions

April 6, 2016    2149 Views

Concussion Summit Panel

Female athletes shared their concussion experiences during a player panel at the recent international summit in Washington, D.C. Read More »

Spotlight on Female Concussions

March 1, 2016    4272 Views

Pink Concussion Summit

International summit featured experts sharing information about gender differences in brain injury, symptoms and recovery. Read More »

US Lacrosse Experts to Serve as Presenters at Concussion Summit

February 16, 2016    1799 Views

Pink Concussion Summit

Event set to explore the gender differences in brain injury, symptoms and recovery. Read More »

Why Lacrosse Officials Prioritize the Blindside Hit Rule

June 2, 2015    5219 Views
Blindside HitsAs much as his "inner tough guy" once struggled with the blindside hit rule in youth and high school lacrosse, here's why our resident official now never hesitates to make the call. Read More »

Safety Over Everything: Accountability in Lacrosse Officiating

April 9, 2015    3213 Views
Safety Over Everything: Accountability in Lacrosse OfficiatingOfficials are at the game for safety first, then fairness. If the safety calls are made and neither team gets an unfair advantage, then the kids will have fun. Read More »

Give 'em a Break: Adjusting Parent Attitudes Toward Officials

April 3, 2015    3672 Views
Parent Behavior to OfficialsYouth sports safety involves parents working with coaches and officials to make the player experience better. Read More »

The Best Job in the World

March 16, 2015    6762 Views
National Athletic Trainers MonthAthletic trainers are medical professionals specifically trained to deal with any and all injuries associated with sports. Read More »

Don’t Give Us the New Ref! A Lacrosse Official’s Perspective

February 5, 2015    7771 Views
Don’t Give Us the New Ref! A Lacrosse Official’s PerspectiveNew doesn't automatically mean bad—it means new. Our resident official lays out reasonable expectations for youth lacrosse officials and parents this season. Read More »

8 Steps for Better Concussion Management in Lacrosse

January 27, 2015    9837 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    15153 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 »