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2013 NCAA Lacrosse Rules Video

Someone kindly uploaded the 2013 NCAA Lacrosse Rules video to YouTube. Now, everyone can enjoy learning the rules visually on their own terms instead of visiting the NCAA website. Read More…

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-USA TODAY Sports

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-USA TODAY Sports

Someone kindly uploaded the 2013 NCAA Lacrosse Rules video to YouTube. Now, everyone can enjoy learning the rules visually on their own terms instead of visiting the NCAA website.

Earlier today, we posted a revised rule list on Facebook. You can read all about latest NCAA Lacrosse Rules here. Which rule do you like and dislike the most?

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Travis StPierre
8 years ago

I like the new restart rules, they speed up the game and give a team a slight advantage when there is an infraction. The 3.5″ circumference rule needs some clarification considering most shafts are just under that without a butt end at all.

Travis StPierre
8 years ago

I like the new restart rules, they speed up the game and give a team a slight advantage when there is an infraction. The 3.5″ circumference rule needs some clarification considering most shafts are just under that without a butt end at all.

David Reyes
David Reyes
8 years ago

LPG blows.

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