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David P. Dillard
08-13-2000, 01:40 PM
Sorry for the delay in responding to your request. Below your
original question is a list of several articles that deal with lacrosse in
terms of biomechanical and ergonomic issues. I hope that they will be of
some help to you in your research.


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David Dillard
Temple University
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On Thu, 18 May 2000, Ingo Hanke wrote:

> Dear Sir/Madam!
>
> I am writing to you to ask if you can give me any information on
> the biomechanics of Lacrosse.
> I need it for the theoretical part of my final paper for the state
> examination (university degree required for the teaching profession).
> The topic of this paper is "The development of sportmotor learnability
> in dependency on age - an empirical analysis of Lacrosse".
>
> Lacrosse is not very popular in Germany (yet) and it is very diffcult to
> get articles or books on such topics. Searching the archives has not been very
> successful so far.
> Therefore I would be very much grateful if you can name any
> publications, books concerning the biomechnics of Lacrosse or know any
> colleagues, researchers who have worked in this field.
>
> Thank you very much for your help in advance and I am looking forward to
> hearing from you!
>
> With kindest regards,
> Ingo Hanke
> **************************************************
> Ingo Hanke - Student of English & Sports-science
> University of Bielefeld, Germany
>
> mail: IHanke@t-online.de


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ARTICLE CITATIONS REGARDING THE BIOMECHANICS OF LACROSSE

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Wilkinson DM. Fallowfield JL. Myers SD.
Title
A modified incremental shuttle run test for the determination
of peak shuttle running speed and the prediction of maximal
oxygen uptake.
Source
Journal of Sports Sciences. 17(5):413-9, 1999 May.


Authors
Casazza BA. Rossner K.
Title
Baseball/lacrosse injuries. [Review] [31 refs]
Source
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Clinics of North
America. 10(1):141-57, vii, 1999 Feb.


Authors
Mair SD. Zarzour RH. Speer KP.
Title
Posterior labral injury in contact athletes.
Source
American Journal of Sports Medicine.
26(6):753-8, 1998 Nov-Dec.


Authors
Byra M. Sherman MA.
Title
Preactive and interactive decision-making
tendencies of less and more experienced
preservice teachers.
Source
Research Quarterly for Exercise & Sport.
64(1):46-55, 1993 Mar.


Authors
Withers RT. Craig NP. Bourdon PC. Norton KI.
Title
Relative body fat and anthropometric prediction of body
density of male athletes.
Source
European Journal of Applied Physiology &
Occupational Physiology.
56(2):191-200, 1987.


Authors
Schmidt MN. Gray P. Tyler S.
Title
Selected fitness parameters of college female
lacrosse players.
Source
Journal of Sports Medicine & Physical Fitness.
21(3):282-90, 1981 Sep.


Authors
Shaver LG.
Title
Body composition, endurance capacity and
strength of college lacrosse
players.
Source
Journal of Sports Medicine & Physical Fitness.
20(2):213-20, 1980 Jun.


Authors
Cox JS. Lenz HW.
Title
Women in sports: the Naval Academy experience.
Source
American Journal of Sports Medicine.
7(6):355-7, 1979 Nov-Dec.


Authors
Withers RT.
Title
Physiological responses of international female lacrosse
players to pre-season conditioning.
Source
Medicine & Science in Sports.
10(4):238-42, 1978 Winter.

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