Faceoff Refresher!

Faceoff are one of the most important parts of the game today. With a few exceptions, every period begins with a face off. Teams that win more faceoffs typically have the ball on offense longer and therefore generate more scoring opportunities which usually leads to wins.  You must be proficient in your face off mechanics, have more »

Universal Field

The new Universal Field field optional was approved for youth play by US Lacrosse in 2016 and for high school play by the NFHS in 2018 . The field reduces maintenance costs as well as the number of lines on the field as it can be used for both boys’ and girls’ lacrosse. The original 110 more »

Youth Lacrosse Officials Test Requirements

All GLOA youth lacrosse officials (18 and under, still in high school) as well as all adult officials who have not taken the 2019 GHSA test are required to complete the annual NFHS boys lacrosse rules exam with US Lacrosse BE SURE TO COMPLETE THESE TESTS BEFORE THIS WEEKEND! US Lacrosse Rules Exam In order more »