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NOCSAE Issues Warning About Counterfeit Lacrosse Balls
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (March 7, 2019) – The National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment, NOCSAE is warning lacrosse players, coaches and teams to use caution when purchasing lacrosse balls online. NOCSAE is taking aggressive steps to stop the sale of counterfeit lacrosse balls by multiple illegitimate vendors, primarily on the Internet. In recent […]Read More
NOCSAE Winter Standards Meeting Update: Report on Youth Football Helmet Standard Research and Evaluation of Potential New Safety Standards
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (February 14, 2019) ― Leaders in sports equipment safety convened for the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) winter standards meeting in Phoenix on February 1. The Standards Committee acknowledged and discussed modifications to existing standards and evaluated the possibility of creating new standards for flag football head protection […]Read More
Revision to Lacrosse Ball Standard ND049 Available Now for Review
A revision which defines the term “slightly textured,” found in section 6.1.2 within the Standard Performance Specification for Newly Manufactured Lacrosse Balls (ND049), was presented to the board at the NOCSAE Winter Board Meeting on Feb. 1, 2019. A vote on this revision will be made at the NOCSAE summer meeting on July 26, 2019. […]Read More
NOCSAE is an independent and nonprofit standards development body with the sole mission to enhance athletic safety through scientific research and the creation of performance standards for athletic equipment.
John Miller, M.D., a long-standing board member and past president of NOCSAE, died on June 27, 2018. Miller, a former director of the Indiana University Student Health Service who also worked for Indiana University as a physician, director of sports medicine, and professor of kinesiology, attended NOCSAE meetings as a representative for the American College […]Read More