Top US Lacrosse Videos of 2018

Dec 28, 2018

Our video team led by Michael Wallin and Mason Perricone captured some great moments over the course of 2018. Here's a look back at some of our favorites.

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Top Posts From 2018 Show Range of US Lacrosse Impact

Dec 26, 2018

Over the last 12 months we’ve published nearly 300 blogs and press releases highlighting the scope of US Lacrosse impact and reach made possible by the support of our nearly 450,000 members and donors. From player safety to education to our national teams, it’s all made possible by you.

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Up Your Game – Mental Training

Dec 21, 2018

Officiating, at its core, is the ability to make quality decisions under stress. The loud environment, the passion of the players, and running up and down the field, all increase your heart rate. In fact, a lacrosse game is a perfect recipe for a heightened stress response.

Commonly known as the fight or flight response, the stress response is your brain priming your body to protect itself. Imagine your hunter-gatherer ancestors. Those that perished, were less ready to sprint away or fight off a predator. The survivors were the ones with the more refined stress response.

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Two U.S. Officials to Serve on 2019 FIL U19 World Championship Leadership Team

Dec 21, 2018

The Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) has named five individuals, including two representatives from the United States, to serve on the Women’s Officiating Leadership Team for the 2019 FIL Women’s U19 World Championship. The event will be held in Peterborough, Canada from Aug. 1-10.

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19 Ways to Unleash Your Power for Lacrosse in 2019

Dec 20, 2018

Whether you’re a parent, player, coach, alum or fan, you have the power to enrich the lives of others through lacrosse. Here’s how you can make a difference!

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The Perfect Game

Dec 20, 2018

It is impossible to officiate a perfect game due to human error. Officials may be lampooned by the fans and rated average by the coaches, and yet still receive a good evaluation by their observer. This is because how the officials performed, is always distorted by the perspective of the viewer.

The other reason is that each game is completely different, and it is not possible to predict what will happen. As the saying goes; “that’s why we play the game.”

But what would happen if a crew worked a game to perfection?

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Two-Time Olympic Gold Medalist Briana Scurry to Deliver #LaxCon2019 Keynote

Dec 19, 2018

Former Team USA soccer goalkeeper made iconic save in 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup final, started 159 of 173 international appearances

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New Concussion Insights to Be Presented at Symposium

Dec 18, 2018

Dr. Michael McCrea, a national leader in concussion research and a principal investogator in the NCAA's current concussion study, will present findings from the research at the 2019 US Lacrosse Sports Medicine Symposium, presented in partnership with MedStar Health, on January 11 in Philadelphia. 

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Blue Chip Returns from US Lacrosse’s Vegas Invasion

Dec 17, 2018

The three-day educational and networking event for coaches, officials and program leaders at the Renaissance Las Vegas attracted nearly 350 registered attendees and over 400 total participants. The early reviews have been overwhelmingly positive. 

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US Lacrosse Adds Janine Tucker to LaxCon Speaker Roster

Dec 14, 2018

Popular speaker concluded 25th season as women’s lacrosse head coach at Johns Hopkins

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