The word lacrosse is a noun. Lacrosse means (1) a game invented by American indians; now played by two teams who use long-handled rackets to catch and carry and throw the ball toward the opponents' goal.
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Johns Hopkins University, a highly selective university located in Baltimore, Maryland, was founded in 1876. The main campus has 4400 undergraduates and 1600 graduate students. JHU is well known for its Medical School and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. In sports, JHU is affiliated with NCAA Division I for LaCrosse, and with NCAA Division III.
The following articles provide recent lacrosse-related news.
(Reuters Health) - Younger boys who play lacrosse are more likely to get injured and sustain concussions than high school or college players, a U.S. study suggests.
Reuters. Friday, 10 May 2019 17:25:40 -0400.
This teenage boy was paralyzed from the neck down while playing lacrosse, and doctors thought he'd be paraplegic for life. Then, he stood up from his wheelchair.
CBS News. Friday, 29 Mar 2019 20:26:46 +0000.
Paul Rabil, one of the greatest professional lacrosse players of all time, built his personal brand around lacrosse and launched a highly successful business career away from the sport. ...
By Michael Rueda, Contributor. Forbes. Wednesday, 27 Feb 2019 06:02:00 -0500.
Officials in a New Jersey school district canceled the remainder of the boys' lacrosse season Friday after allegations that a white team member used a racial slur against a black female athlete from another school.
Fox News. Friday, 11 May 2018 21:12:21 GMT.
Last year, I worked with Charlie, a typical kid. He was a bright student, taking a few honours classes and scoring around the 90th percentile on standardised tests. He ran cross-country in the autumn and played lacrosse in the spring. ...
Straits Times. Monday, 16 Apr 2018 05:00:00 +0800.
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