GLOA Helpline

The Georgia Lacrosse Officials Association is introducing a new helpline this year for its members. Of course, any of our members may call or email our state rules interpreter, Jeremy Redmon, or contact our assignors and trainers or anyone else for guidance. The free helpline simply adds another outlet for those seeking assistance with a Read More …

Good, Close or Dang! How to Conduct a Stick Check

Most players, coaches, fans and often times new officials, do not completely understand what the somewhat ominous gathering of officials at midfield conducting a series of experiments on players sticks is all about. ┬áThis post will address the requirements for a legal crosse, types of checks conducted, the mechanics of conducting a check, the types Read More …

On And Off Officials

Anyone heard the joke about the ref who should buy a ticket to the game because they were ball watching? As a fan, your natural inclination is to watch where the ball goes. It takes will power and self-discipline to overcome that habit. An official that ball watches will consistently miss fouls and violations. It Read More …