As part of the GLOA’s on-going training and observation program, the association has added a Krossover account so that we can quickly and easily review game film.
As the GLOA’s Observation Program progresses this season, there is a common theme that many of the observers are noticing. Officials are “rushing” their calls, either on-field or when reporting penalties to the table. The U.S. Lacrosse (and former GLOA official Gordon Corsetti) posted an excellent article that outlines this problem and some great tips more »
The GLOA Observation Program is up and running for the 2016 season.The program provides feedback to officials. assignors and trainers, ensures that we meet the high standards set by the board, and is a key step in each officials professional advancement. Thirty observations have been scheduled on officials that need an observation to go up a certification level. More more »