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US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen congratulates National Hall of Famer Harvey Cohen during the US Lacrosse National Convention.


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The Keeper of Lacrosse


Harvey Cohen, the oldest living Hall of Famer, honored for lifetime of service to the sport By Paul Krome


This summer, US Lacrosse will host the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championship in Commerce City, Colo., an event that, for the most part, will feature players in their 20s and early 30s. Most of them, their parents and maybe even their grandparents were not yet born when


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The US Lacrosse Insurance and Risk Management Subcommittee meets in Baltimore.


The US Lacrosse Coaching Education Program (CEP) spring clinic season wraps with a Level


1 men’s and women’s clinic in Hebron, Conn. Learn more at uslacrosse.org/cep.


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Harvey Cohen fi rst fell in love with the sport. Some may even be products of youth leagues Cohen helped establish. Indeed, Cohen, 95, has given a lifetime of service to lacrosse in numerous capacities. He’s the oldest living National Lacrosse Hall of Famer. Feted for his achievements and


contributions at the 2014 US Lacrosse National Convention, presented by Champion, Cohen received the inaugural National Keeper of Lacrosse Award during a tribute that included remarks from US Lacrosse CEO Steve Stenersen, a video and a standing ovation from about 2,000 on hand for the opening session. “Harvey’s unrelenting passion for the sport and his quest to share the gift has made him both beloved and invaluable,” Stenersen said. Cohen, though largely confi ned to a wheelchair these days, continues his leadership in lacrosse as a donor to the US Lacrosse Foundation, the philanthropic arm of US Lacrosse that makes possible many of the national governing body’s programs for sport development and education. “It’s a worthwhile cause,” Cohen


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Ann Carpenetti, managing director of game administration at US Lacrosse, serves as a panelist on youth injuries at the Sports and Fitness Industry Association’s Risk Management Summit in Phoenix, Ariz.


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US Lacrosse announces its chapter grant awards to support chapter initiatives from


coast to coast.


Tewaaraton Award. Buy tickets to the May 29 ceremony at tewaaraton.com.


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Deadline for offi cials to complete their certifi cation rules exam. Find the exam on the new US Lacrosse Central Hub at uslacrosse.arbitersports.com.


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The Tewaaraton Foundation announces 25 men’s and 25 women’s nominees for the


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