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EQUIPMENT FIELD PLAYER GOGGLES (REQUIRED) t Proper fit should be based on manufacturers’ guidelines & requirements


t Eye protection must meet the current ASTM (F803 and/or 3077) Specification Standard for women’s lacrosse and must be listed on the US Lacrosse web site


MOUTHGUARD (REQUIRED) t Variety of materials, sizes, colors & fitting options t Must be visible color other than clear or white and must not have


t Self-molding (from manufacturers) or custom-molded (from dentists) t Properly fitted, protecting the anterior (leading) dental arch, allowing players to talk & not cause discomfort


graphics of white teeth


t May not be altered to decrease protection; can cut if too large for athlete’s mouth. There may be no protruding tabs


GLOVES (OPTIONAL) t Goalie gloves not permitted for field players OTHER PERSONAL EQUIPMENT (OPTIONAL)


t Approved soft headgear t Protective devices necessitated by medical grounds t No equipment – including protective devices necessitated by medical


grounds – may be used unless compliant with rules & manufacturers’ specs & deemed not dangerous to other players by the officials


* Effective January 1, 2017 any field player choosing to wear headgear will only be allowed to wear headgear that meets the ASTM F3137 standard for women’s lacrosse.


* EQUIPMENT NOTE: Hard and unyielding items (guards, casts, braces, splints, etc.) on the hand, wrist, forearm, elbow, upper arm or shoulder are prohibited unless padded with a closed-cell, slow-recovery foam padding no less than 1/2” thick. Knee and ankle braces that are unaltered from the manufacturer’s original design/production do not require any additional padding.


t If worn, they must be close-fitting & should be comfortable for player while holding a stick


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