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SAFETY AND RESPONSIBILITY


The US Lacrosse Men’s Game Rules Subcommittee is responsible for establishing, reviewing, maintaining, and disseminating the rules of men’s lacrosse for youth (14U and under) play. US Lacrosse offers the public the opportunity to suggest rule changes to the USL Rules Committee through written submission by June 1 each year. Each June, the Rules Subcommittee meets to review and discuss rule suggestions and any relevant injury surveillance data before making their recommendations. The Boys’ Rules are then voted on by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors and are issued under the authority of US Lacrosse as the official rules for youth boys’ lacrosse.


Participants in boys’ lacrosse are expected to play, coach, officiate and spectate according to the spirit and intent of the boys’ game and in compliance with the USL Boys’ Lacrosse Rules. Emphasis is placed on safety and good sportsmanship.





Players are responsible for their behavior and that their equipment and uniform conform to all required and allowable standards, as defined by US Lacrosse rules.


• Coaches are responsible for teaching their players to play by the rules of the game with sportsmanship and safety of the highest standard.


• Officials are responsible for maintaining fair and safe play by consistently enforcing the rules.


• Spectators are responsible for their role in a positive and safe play environment by demonstrating sportsmanlike conduct at all times.


2017 US LACROSSE


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