US Lacrosse Announces #LaxCon2019 Session Schedules, Speakers and App

Dec 10, 2018

Many of sport’s top coaches, officials and leaders among 150 speakers for professional development and networking event

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Team USA Fall Classic Will Have it All

Oct 05, 2018

The US Lacrosse campus will be buzzing with activity this weekend with three national teams in town for training and games.

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Understanding the New Girls’ Penalty Zone

Sep 06, 2018

In 2019 high school and youth girls’ lacrosse will implement several significant rule changes. One change focused directly on increasing player safety is the creation of a penalty zone. 

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US Lacrosse Announces 2019 Boys' Youth Rule Changes

Sep 05, 2018

US Lacrosse has announced the 2019 rule changes and points of emphasis for youth boys’ lacrosse. The rules are to be used for all levels of play 14U and younger.

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FAQs on New Self-Start Rule in High School/Girls' Lacrosse

Aug 27, 2018

The new 2019 rules for high school and youth girls’ lacrosse introduce self-start.

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US Lacrosse Announces 2019 Girls Youth Rule Changes

Aug 23, 2018

Self-starts, a cleared defensive zone for 8-meter free positions, and a new checking category for play at the U14/U13 level are among the new US Lacrosse girls’ youth rules approved for the 2019 season.

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High School Girls' Rules Changes for 2019 Season

Jul 30, 2018

Self start, defensive penalty zone among changes passed by joint NFHS/US Lacrosse committee

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Six Rules Every Boys' Lacrosse Coach Should Know

May 08, 2018

Position your team for success by mastering tenants on equipment certification, restarts, bench decorum and more

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NOCSAE Issues Warning About Counterfeit Lacrosse Balls

Apr 02, 2018

The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) is warning lacrosse players, coaches and teams to use caution when purchasing lacrosse balls online.

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Understanding the Women’s Safety Sphere

Mar 19, 2018

In women’s lacrosse, the sphere is defined as an imaginary area, or bubble, of 7 inches surrounding the player’s head, in all directions. At the high school and youth level, an opponent cannot put their stick in another player’s sphere.

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