Using input from national experts on concussion and head injury, US Lacrosse has created and published guidelines to assist lacrosse organizations in the development of a concussion management plan.
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US Lacrosse today announced Commander Rorke T. Denver, a 13-year Navy SEAL and current author and actor, as the keynote speaker at the 2015 US Lacrosse Convention, set for Jan. 23-25 in Baltimore.
I wrote to you previously nine years ago, when I tried to describe the relationship between a parent and his son’s college lacrosse coach. I received enough encouraging feedback to attempt to address an issue that has grown exponentially in our sport during this period of time since — the role of the club program […]
Sitting in the stands for an uncompetitive Virginia high school tournament game in Charlottesville this past May, Todd Boward was looking for a distraction. As he gazed around the fields, something caught the Christopher Newport men’s lacrosse coach’s eye.
Lacrosse Magazine, the flagship publication of US Lacrosse, has named the University at Albany senior attackman and Iroquois Nationals All-World Team member Lyle Thompson its 2014 Person of the Year.
Records fell and dynasties ruled. New stars emerged and some refused to fade. Lacrosse went global and social. It’s time to put a cap on 2014. Visit to vote for your favorite players, coaches, performances and moments that made it special and join the conversation at #BestOfLax.
The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame formally welcomed eight new members Saturday evening at the Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley, Md.
Raised in California in the 1980s when lacrosse was rare there, he became an All-American defenseman at Syracuse. After college, he joined the Navy to be a SEAL and led multiple combat deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. Now in the reserves, he has written a book (“Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior”), starred in […]
The refrain from Loyola coach Charley Toomey this fall has been that there may be a new cast of characters involved but the Greyhounds are still planning on stay true to who they are. “Play fast,” he said, echoing the up-tempo, high shot output philosophy they’ve ridden up college lacrosse’s national ladder.
A sea of red and white emerges to echoes of “Carmen Ohio,” the oldest school song played by the “Best Damn Band in the Land.” More than 30,000 fans peer onto the turf field in Ohio Stadium, affectionately known as the Horseshoe, to watch what has become a valued spring tradition — a lacrosse game.
US Lacrosse today announced that 126 schools and civic organizations across 32 states and Washington, D.C. have been selected as 2014 Soft Lacrosse Equipment Grant recipients. Each organization will receive modified “soft” lacrosse sticks and balls, as well as instructional guides and DVDs to help support the introduction of the sport in their curriculum.
Boston College Eagles football team to represent Welles Crowther, former lacrosse player whom lost his life on 9/11/01. Red bandanas will be distributed to the entire student section as well.
“There’s no memory in recruiting,” Hofstra men’s coach Seth Tierney said. “Every year, there’s an all-new set of ninth- and 10th-grade parents coming through recruitment and don’t know the potholes.”
You could hardly call the late Nolan Rogers an unsung hero in lacrosse. He’s in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. That’s as loud as we sing in this sport. But Nolan was unsung.
Castro David Onen, a 26-year-old baker who had to quit his job to play for the inaugural Uganda men’s national team, became the first African player to score a goal in the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship, as the Ugandans made their long-anticipated debut Friday against Ireland.