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THE GUIDE USING THE QUADS


WHAT IS IT? A quad is US Lacrosse’s exciting new way to provide


everyone involved with youth lacrosse a quick understanding of the game and the rules that help make it safe,


rewarding and fun.


WHEN tells you when you should expect to see what’s going on


WHERE tells you where on the field it occurs


WHO describes who will be affected


WHY tells you why it’s part of the game


FUNDAMENTALS


READ The four points in this section offer you a quick view to the basics of what’s going on and how to execute it properly within the rules.


UNDERSTAND Presents a better understanding of the rule or


component. DEVELOPMENTAL


Highlights important modifications for different youth age groups.


Addresses play for under 9, 11, 13 and 15 age groups.


Highlights important modifications for different youth age groups.


U9 & BELOW – age-specific color coded U11 – age-specific color coded U13 – age-specific color coded U15 – age-specific color coded


PLAY SAFE


First and foremost, lacrosse can be an exceptionally safe and healthy team activity.


Tips on how to keep it safe, healthy and fun for everyone are listed here.


Tips relate to the skill/rule/category being described in this quad.


Tips are aimed at increasing everyone’s awareness of ways to keep youth lacrosse safe, healthy and fun.


The QR code to the left may be scanned with your smartphone to obtain further information online. A URL is also provided if no smartphone is available.


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BOYS YOUTH RULES GUIDEBOOK USLacrosse.org/BoysRules


REFERENCE Refers to other places to learn more about a particular rule or component of youth lacrosse.


LINK Links to related pages and online subject areas will be supplied throughout the quads and guidebook.


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