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Protective Goggles Rule in Girls Lacrosse Supported By Study

The 2005 rule by US Lacrosse that female lacrosse players wear protective goggles came not a moment too soon. A study in the February 2007 issue of The American Journal Sports Medicine of injuries to high school and collegiate lacrosse players in the 4 year period (2000 to 2003) before the new equipment mandate went into effect discloses that high school girls and college women experienced a significantly higher rate of HFE (head, face, and eye) injuries than boys and college men.

Rule Changes for 2008 Boys High School Lacrosse

New rules for 2008 High School Boys Lacrosse include rules on the size of goalie stick and uniforms.

Buying the Right Gear for Women's Lacrosse

Jenny Riitano-Levy, Brine's women's lacrosse and field hockey brand manager, offers tips on choosing the right equipment for women's lacrosse.

Growing Popularity of Women's Lacrosse

Jenny Riitano-Levy, women's lacrosse and field hockey brand manager at Brine, explains the growing popularity of women's lacrosse.

Protective Eyewear For Girl's Lacrosse

Finding the right protective goggles for your lacrosse playing daughter requires trying on lots of different goggles, says Jenny Riitano-Levy, women's lacrosse and field hockey brand manager at Brine, because every face is different.

Women's Lacrosse Equipment

Jenny Riitano-Levy, women's lacrosse and field hockey brand manager at Brine, talks about the basic pieces of equipment required to play women's lacrosse.

Contagious Skin Infections in Wrestling: Twelve Step Prevention Program

With wrestling season about to begin, parents, coaches and
wrestlers need to know how the spread of communicable skin conditions, such as methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus ("MRSA"), can be prevented.  Here is a twelve-step prevention program.

Top Ten Nutrition Tips for Active Children

Here are my top ten nutrition tips for active children:

1. Support Hydration

Is Lifting Field Hockey Ball Safe?

Tara Jelley-Danielson, former US national field hockey team player and product and marketing developer at Brine, talks about whether lifting the ball during play is safe.

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