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General Information: Officials and Training
   US Lacrosse Officials Information and Training...
 
 
by Master Admin posted 1/14/2018

Interested in joining the "Third Team" on the field??  

 
 

 

Officiating is a perfect way to stay actively involved in the game and enjoy great camaraderie. The officiating community is the “third team” on the field and through officiating you can develop friendships and connections with others committed to the game.

Check out the US Lacrosse Website to read more about how you can Become an Official: 
https://www.uslacrosse.org/officials/become-an-official

 

Local Boys Officials Training from WMLOA:
Register for Local Boys Lacrosse Officiating Clinic:   http://www.wmloa.com/new-officials1.html

Location: Linganore High School, Media Center 
(12013 Old Annapolis Rd., Frederick MD)

Dates: TBD Jan/Feb 2019
​Time: TBD

Please complete the form in the link.   WMLOA will be in touch when classes are scheduled for January/February, 2019

Requirements:
• Valid Driver’s License
• US Lacrosse Online Course and Test Completed
• US Lacrosse Membership for 2018 Season
• Fee of $60 to be paid by cash or check at the first session

An email will be sent to the registered address when classes are scheduled (February 2018)
Email Mike Skena - wmloaboysassigner@yahoo.com with any questions

 

Local Girls Officials Training:

Officiating is a perfect way to stay actively involved in the game and enjoy great camaraderie. The officiating community is the “third team” on the field and through officiating you can develop friendships and connections with others committed to the game.
 
Check out the US Lacrosse Website to read more about how you can become an official: 
 
CMOA is the new local assigner for WMYLC - Lisa Click lisaclick@hotmail.com
 
CMOA Training - Jim Melia jmelia@bcps.org
 
Central Maryland Officials Association Girls Lacrosse  - New Officials Training.
 
Date:  TBD
Time:   TBD
Cost:  $20 - Payable by check made out to "CMOA" at the training class
Location:  TBD
 
For more information about:  US Lacrosse Officials Certification
        https://www.uslacrosse.org/officials/women%E2%80%99s-officials-certification
 
For Jr Officials Certification (High School Girls Age 14-17) you will also need 8 hour of on field training with an experienced official. 
 
Questions?  Email Jim Melia:  jmelia@bcps.org or 443-255-6729
 
Register for the class at:  CMOA Girls Lacrosse Officials Class (Link to be updated again when next class is scheduled)

 


Ron Brocious is the assigner for FLOA - rdbroci@gmail.com

He holds an annual Training classes in March at Hood College and Frederick HS.
More details will be posted when available.

 
 
General Information: Officials and Training

US Lacrosse Officials Information and Training

US Lacrosse Officials Training Programs - Learn More About Joining the Third Team on the Field.
 
Men's Officials Information - The mission of the US Lacrosse Men's Division Officials Council is to support the promotion of amateur lacrosse.

Women's Officials Information - The Women's Division Officials Councils (WDOC) mission is to provide quick and easy access to information about umpiring women's lacrosse.

Women's Division Officials Council (WDOC) - This Web site is designed to assist individuals interested in umpiring as well as to support those who already umpire.

Western Maryland Lacrosse Officials Association (WMLOA)
 
WMLOA Contact Information - Officers and Board of Directors
WMLOA Men's Membership - Membership Instructions for Boy's/Men's Officials
 
WMLOA Women's Membership - Membership Instructions for Girl's/Women's Officials

Potomac Lacrosse Officials Association (PLOA)
 
PLOA Web Site - The Potomac Lacrosse Officials Association promotes lacrosse in the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area by providing boy's and men's lacrosse officiating services.

How to Get Started:

1. Contact the US Lacrosse Men’s Division Officials Council at or the local officiating organization through your US Lacrosse Chapter (see box
above or www.uslacrosse.org).
 
2. Became a member of US Lacrosse and receive comprehensive insurance coverage, a rule book, Lacrosse Magazine, officials e-newsletters, discounts and more.
 
3. Get the Officials Training Manual and other training supplies through your local officials organization in collaboration with your local US Lacrosse chapter.
 
4.Attend training meetings and field sessions through your local officials organization.
 
5. Pass the rules exam and field evaluation conducted by US Lacrosse.