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The Best Job in the World

March 16, 2015    4547 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    5129 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    6149 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    8971 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 »

Making Lacrosse Safer: Our Shared Responsibility

August 21, 2014    3363 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 »

Make Them Count: 6 Objectives for Every Youth Lacrosse Practice

February 27, 2014    6794 Views
6 Objectives for Every Youth Lacrosse PracticeUse these six guidelines to help keep practices safe, fair and fun for all of your players. Read More »

2014 Boys’ Lacrosse Rules: What You Need to Know

February 11, 2014    7176 Views
2014 Boys' Lacrosse Rules: What you need to knowWatch this year’s rules interpretation videos, as well as breakdown of the points of emphasis and major rules changes in the boys’ youth and high school game. Read More »

Why Investing in Your Lacrosse Community with an AED is the Right Move

February 6, 2014    3148 Views
2014 AED Grant Applications AvailableThrough a partnership with Cardiac Science, US Lacrosse members can purchase an AED device for less than $1,250. Here’s why it’s a great idea. Read More »

New Equipment Fitting Guide for Parents and Players

November 26, 2013    8149 Views
Equipment Fitting GuideFirst-time lacrosse parents can face a big learning curve in determining how to properly equip their children for play. The new US Lacrosse Equipment Fitting Guide will ease the process. Read More »

Women’s Headgear Standard Could Take Another Step Forward This Week

November 13, 2013    4604 Views
Women's HeadgearUS Lacrosse officials are in Jacksonville, Fla., this week for ASTM’s biannual meeting to discuss progress on a women’s headgear standard. Read More »

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