NCAA Change in Lacrosse Rules Not an Antitrust Violation, Court Rules

September 30, 2010

The National Collegiate Athletic Association did not violate federal antitrust law or interfere with the business of a lacrosse stick manufacturer by changing its rules governing equipment in the sport, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday. Warrior Sports, which makes sporting equipment, had argued that the NCAA's decision to change the allowable dimensions of lacrosse sticks had damaged the company's business, but the court ruled that the rule change affected all companies similarly and did not in any way single out Warrior.

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