The NCAA Committee Needs to Look to the Future, Not to the Past: An Evaluation of the Proposed 2013 Lacrosse Rule Changes.

May 15, 2011; Denver, CO, USA; Villanova Wildcats midfielder Nolan Vihlen (5) does a flip to win a faceoff against Denver Pioneers midfielder Chase Carraro (left) in the first quarter during the first round of 2011 NCAA mens lacrosse tournament at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Fielding-US PRESSWIRE


Former Maryland Terp and Chesapeake Bayhawk, Ian Healy ’05, has been inspired to write a Jerry Maguire-esque mission statement about the state of lacrosse. More specifically, Healy dives deeper to unravel the new proposed NCAA Lacrosse rule changes. Read More…

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FOGO Lacrosse: Proposed Face-Off Rules Potentially Misguided?

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Last week the Men’s Lacrosse Rules Committee recommended several new rules to be implemented for the upcoming 2013 season. While these are currently recommendations, we understand that each individual rule will be voted upon by the Playing Rules Oversight Panel at some point in September. While there were many recommendations—there seemed to be more this year than in recent years—we intend to focus on those affecting that which is dear to us, the face-off. Read More…

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Learn MLL's New Face-Off Rule from Long Island's Greg Beast



In 2011, the MLL made a rule change on face-offs. We wanted to get a Pro’s insight, so we figured the best man to ask would be our pal Greg Gurenlian, aka Greg Beast. Keep Reading…

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