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In Response To: "Re: "Sage Advice" : ACL Injuries and Female Athletes"
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You might have seen the New [lacrosse] Times Book Review Section back in 2008 which had an interesting review of Michael Sokolove's book entitled "Warrior Girls". The book focuses on injuries in the female athlete and, in particular, how careers are being shortened with lifelong injuries.

More details : The Uneven Playing Field

Our "Sage Advice" columns here on BOTC will focus on important lacrosse player health and industry issues going forward. We hope that after reviewing the attached links, you will share your experiences with knee injuries on the lacrosse field and similar joint related issues in both boys and girls.

BOTC recommends reading both pieces this Monday morning.







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