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 an official.  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 …

2024 Rule Changes, Video, Webinar, and Edits

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and USA Lacrosse have announced boys’ rules changes that will be effective for the 2024 youth and high school seasons. USA Lacrosse and the NFHS collaborate annually on rule changes. See the 2024 NFHS Rules Video here Watch the last USA Lacrosse Webinar here. 2024 Rulebook Read More …

Incident Reports

Incident Reports deal with unusual situations such as protests, “intentional attempts to injure” or “multi-player fights” and illegally lined fields or unsafe playing condition. These reports must be received by the GHSA within 24 hours of the end of that contest.  The Referee should complete the game report using the online Incident Report Form form on the Read More …