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Free Movement Among Rule Changes for High School Girls in 2020
posted 07/24/2019


 

The allowance for free movement by players on a whistle or stoppage of play is the most significant rule change for high school girls’ lacrosse in 2020, and one of 12 rules changes approved for high school girls’ lacrosse, effective January 1, 2020.

The rules changes were recommended by the joint National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and US Lacrosse (USL) Girls’ Lacrosse Rules Committee, and subsequently approved by both the NFHS and USL boards of directors. 

Free movement allows players to move around the playing field, instead of being required to hold their positions on stoppages. The primary intent of the rule change is to improve the pace of play, and allows for a less restrictive experience for the athletes.

For more information on Rule Changes for 2020 please visit US Lacrosse

 

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2019 CWLOA Award Winners
posted 07/10/2019


Cindy Fabian and Gary Douglas
Congratulations to CWLOA 2019 Award Winners:

New Umpire of the Year: Madeline Collins

Umpire of the Year: Gary Douglass

Most Improved Umpire: Sherry Landry

Founder’s Award: Cindy Fabian

 
Past winners listed under
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