Film Doesn’t Lie: How to watch game film and get better as a referee

Film review has always played an important role for me as a referee.  But the reality is, the regular use of film by lacrosse officials is a very recent phenomena. Ten years ago, the only teams that routinely filmed games were colleges and big time high school programs.  If you were an up and coming Read More …

Observation Program Update

The GLOA Observation program was implemented in 2013 and serves the Association in three primary ways. It improves the GLOA’s training program, ensures that all members meet the high standards set by the Association, and is as a key component of the Officials Classification Program. Since 2013, 83 of the 129 eligible members (83%) have Read More …

Fall LAREDOs: Peachtree City, Tampa, Naples, Austin

US Lacrosse will host a number of LAREDOs this fall near Georgia. These are a great way to grow and develop as an official! Participants must be current US Lacrosse members. GLOA officials who attend and complete the certification may request a stipend from the Kevin Moore fund to offset costs. You can view all of the clinics Read More …