Three Risky Supplements Parents Should Make Sure Athletes Avoid

Feb 05, 2021

While it may be easy to assume that young athletes need supplements to recover and perform at their best, all supplements come with some amount of risk because their ingredients aren’t confirmed by the FDA. The riskiest supplements are those marketed for muscle building, energy, and weight loss, so parents should be particularly diligent to make sure their athletes aren’t using these products.

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US Lacrosse PE Program Aims to Help Get Lacrosse in Schools

Feb 04, 2021

In its continuing effort to help grow the sport by utilizing the resources offered by schools, US Lacrosse held a free five-session professional development workshop for physical education instructors as part of this year’s US Lacrosse Convention.

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#ILeadHerForward: Celebrating National Girls & Women in Sports Day

Feb 03, 2021

Patty Daley, a successful coach and official, shares words of wisdom on National Girls & Women in Sports Day. We are also sharing Instagram Live sessions with current U.S. team players with their mentors and role models.

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NFHS Announces Change in Its COVID-19 Transmission Risk Classification Guidance for Sports

Feb 02, 2021

The NFHS has eliminated its tiered “Potential Infection Risk by Sport” that classified sports as HIGH, MODERATE, or LOW risk for COVID-19 transmission. 

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Celebrating Influential Black Women in Lacrosse

Feb 02, 2021

As part of our Black History Month celebration, US Lacrosse is highlighting contributions made by Black women in our sport. Whether on the field or off of it, Black women have helped our sport grow to where it is today.

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Steps Athletes Can Take Now to Aid in the Recruiting Process

Feb 02, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has altered everything in our lives, including the college recruitment process. Jesse Churchward, a senior recruiting coach and team captain with Next College Student Athlete (NCSA), the official responsible recruiting partner of US Lacrosse, gave an update for prospective student-athletes during the recent US Lacrosse Convention.

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US Lacrosse Update: Protective Mask and Shield Use for Athletes in Lacrosse

Feb 02, 2021

US Lacrosse’s guideline does not mandate the wearing of protective masks or helmet shields while playing lacrosse, although it does allow for either or both to be worn at the discretion of the athlete or local region requirements.

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Stories, Profiles, Videos to Highlight BHM Celebration

Feb 01, 2021

US Lacrosse is excited to celebrate Black History Month by sharing the stories of individuals who have defied stereotypes and contributed to the rich fabric of lacrosse.

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Alexander Forgosh, Liu Sisters Are USL Impact Athletes

Jan 29, 2021

In partnership with NCSA, the official responsible recruiting services provider of US Lacrosse, we are proud to highlight our newest Impact Athletes -- Alexander Forgosh, and sisters Jennifer and Joyce Liu -- high schoolers making a difference in their communities.

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How to Eat for Immune Support During COVID-19

Jan 28, 2021

Food can be one of the many tools you use to help keep your young athletes healthy, and it doesn’t have to be hard with these basic tips on eating for immune health.

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