A bill that would have required helmets be worn by girls lacrosse players that was proposed for the state of Maryland wound up being withdrawn, but according to Athletic Business, the proposal has sparked a conversation about safety in the girls game.
In an interesting development earlier this week, lacrosse sticks are now being allowed as carry-on luggage on planes effective April 25 in a decision announced by the Transportation Security Administration.
In other headlines from this past week:
* Men’s lacrosse player of the year watch
* Duke to hold Military Appreciation Day when it hosts Loyola on Friday
* Maryland will be coming off long layoff
* Syracuse’s Kevin Rice on the rise
* Syracuse building momentum after win over Virginia
* Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse national high school boys power rankings
* Nike/US Lacrosse national high school boys rankings
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