US Lacrosse Expands Online Resources

Mar 16, 2020

To help serve the lacrosse community, US Lacrosse will be expanding its online resources over the coming weeks. These resources will be geared towards multiple audiences, including coaches, officials and parents, both to help them individually and to help them provide outlets for our youth members.

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US Lacrosse Cancels Two National Events, Postpones Others

Mar 13, 2020

In an effort to help mitigate the potential effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) public health threat, US Lacrosse is postponing all events scheduled through April 5 and is canceling two national events scheduled for May — the Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse Associates (WCLA) National Championships in Round Rock, Texas and the US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament in Bel Air, Md.

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US Lacrosse Guidance on Coronavirus for Lacrosse Community

Mar 11, 2020

US Lacrosse is actively monitoring the latest updates to the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation to best assist the lacrosse community. We encourage individuals to contact their local healthcare providers and public health authorities if they have questions or concerns regarding individual medical advice. Given the fluid nature of this situation, US Lacrosse will continue to monitor information from the CDC, and state and local public health authorities, and will share any updates that relate directly to the lacrosse community.

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US Lacrosse, NCSI Achieve Significant Milestone on Background Checks

Mar 06, 2020

US Lacrosse and its partner in youth safety, NCSI, are jointly celebrating the notable achievement of having 30,000 adult coach and volunteer background screenings completed.

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Isaac, Anderson Named US Lacrosse MCLA Players of Month

Mar 05, 2020

South Carolina’s Derek Isaac and Montana’s Sean Anderson have been selected as the US Lacrosse MCLA Players of the Month for February. 

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VIDEO: Team Up Speak Up Against Concussions

Mar 02, 2020

Coaches, seize the moment and remind your players that good teammates look out for each other. Athletes have a responsibility to tell a coach or athletic trainer if they notice concussion signs in a teammate.

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Just Say Yes

Feb 26, 2020

Coaching is a big time, and emotional, commitment for youth sports coaches. A supportive group of parents willing to help can help relieve some of the stress involved for these volunteers.

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Tragedy Averted: The Importance of CPR Training and AEDs

Feb 25, 2020

Jeff Bambrick, a lieutenant and training paramedic with the Tacoma Fire Department, knew to start chest compressions immediately. His 20-year career had prepared him for this moment.

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US Lacrosse Mourns the Death of COO, Hall of Fame Member George McGeeney

Feb 23, 2020

George W. McGeeney Jr., Chief Operating Officer for US Lacrosse, died suddenly on Friday, Feb. 21.

McGeeney had joined the US Lacrosse staff earlier this month, relishing the opportunity to reconnect with a sport that had such a tremendous influence on his life.

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Make a Difference: Team Up Speak Up

Feb 21, 2020

During the week of March 1-7, every lacrosse coach is encouraged to give the short, simple speech to their players to help change the concussion culture.

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