The addition of a 30-second shot clock after a stall warning has been the most discussed, but there will be quite a few changes in the NCAA men’s lacrosse rule book, starting this coming season.
Now, they’re in black and white.
You can check out the new rule book in pdf form by clicking here.
For an overview of some of the highlighted changes, check this story from LaxMagazine.com.
That’s among the top headlines from this past week from the lax world.
Here’s a look at some other stories of note:
* Team U.S. roster announced for Champions’ Challenge vs. defending national champion Loyola
* Former Syracuse players will suit up for U.S. team in exhibition vs. Loyola
* Record turnout at Sticks for Soldiers event
* Here’s your chance to play Major League Lacrosse
* Johns Hopkins announces 2013 schedule
* MLL’s Long Island Lizards Raise $5,000 at Hurricane Sandy Relief Clinic
* 2013 D-II, D-III women’s championship location is moved because of gambling concerns
* You make the call: What was the biggest story in tristate boys lax in 2012
* Philly-area standout first freshman to make college commitment
* Tristate recruiting commitment stories
* News & notes archive
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* 2012 Fall Signing Week coverage: stories, photo galleries
* Updated tristate recruiting review and commitment rundown (for classes of 2013, ’14 and ’15)
* Class of 2012 commitment rundown
* Recruit profile archive
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