New GLOA Hudl Account

For the past five years, game film has become a larger part of the game in lacrosse in Georgia. Most of the early focus was on addressing concerns raised by coaches.  All trainers, Assignors and Observers have access and are responsible for reviewing game film sent to us. As part of the GLOA’s on-going training Read More …

Update to Observation Program

The GLOA Observation Program was implemented in 2013.  Since then 127 officials have been observed, some multiple times. Our goal is provide our members the feedback and resources they need to be the best officials they can be, and to put a quality product on the field for the players, coaches, administrators and fans of Read More …

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 …