As the sport's national governing body, US Lacrosse seeks to lead the effort in injury research and education, while also setting national safety guidelines and standards for the sport.
- 2016 Research Report: Summaries of Funded Research | Infographic
- US Lacrosse Praises Passage of Standard for Chest Protection
- USL Guidelines: Facemask and Helmet Removal
- Report: Sport-Specific Injury Issues in Lacrosse
- Report: Rate of Injury Among Youth Lacrosse Players
- USL Standard for Athlete Safety and Protection
- USL Position Statement on College Recruiting
- USL Position Statement on Youth Lacrosse Participation
- USL Position Statement on Helmets
- USL Position Statement on NCAA Stick Specs
- USL Position Statement on Eye Protection
- Research Abstract: Effectiveness of the Women's Lacrosse Eyewear Mandate
- USL Position Statement on Mouthguards
- USL Position Statement on Lightning Policy
- USL Position Statement on Gender Classification
- USL Position Statement on Commotio Cordis
- US Lacrosse AED Public Service Announcement
Research Studies and Resources on Lacrosse Injuries
NFHS Injury Surveillance Study (RIO)
Data and analysis of high school injuries for all sports.
NCAA Injury Surveillance Program (ISP)
Developed in 1982 to supply current and reliable data on injury trend in intercollegiate athletics.
Epidemiology of Concussions Among U.S. High School Athletes in 20 Sports
A study published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine.
National Center for Catastrophic Sport Injury Research
Collects death and permanent disability sports injury data that involve brain and/or spinal cord injuries.