Levels of Play
|Box Lacrosse Rules|
|Women's Field Lacrosse Rules||2018 LTAD Box Lacrosse Rules for Mini-Tyke, Tyke, and Novice|
The Canadian Lacrosse Association has produced the Long-Term Athlete Development Model to promote the development and continued success of the sports of Box Lacrosse, Men's Field Lacrosse and Women's Field Lacrosse in Canada. The aim is to create an optimal player development pathway for lacrosse athletes for years to come. These documents outline the basic factors behind the LTAD and apply those factors to clearly define the stages of player development for lacrosse.
Diversity and Inclusion
|Playing Together (ICC)||Active Girls Publications (CAAWS)|
Honour Our Game
|Honouring Our Game|
Health and Safety
Player safety encompasses everything from head injuries to hydration. Organizational leaders play a significant role in creating a physical and philosophical environment that minimizes the risk of player injuries as much as is realistic. Concussions have garnered many of the sports medicine-related headlines in recent years, but they represent just one type of injury a player can incur while participating.
Boys/Men's Field Lacrosse
Girls/Women's Field Lacrosse
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Alberta Major Female (Formerly Junior Ladies) Box Provincials