Welcome to the WWLUA’s new website. The WWLUA Board has worked hard during the past six months with Analogue Web Design to create a new website that provides comprehensive information in a format that is straight-forward, user-friendly and easy to navigate. Lacrosse parent and fan Jim Boyle has provided the attractive website photos and images. WWLUA welcomes your comments about our new website. Please visit the WEBSITE FEEDBACK page to submit comments and suggestions.
US LACROSSE NATIONAL AWARD
WWLUA umpire and Board member Edith Harris has been selected by US Lacrosse as the Outstanding Youth Official for 2014. US Lacrosse stated:
“This award is given to an exemplary member of the “third team on the field” who embodies the characteristics of an ideal role model, teacher and mentor, supporting the US Lacrosse mission and vision and seeking to maintain a high quality of experience on the field for all.”
Please join WWLUA in congratulating Edith Harris for this prestigious award.
This year will be the 8th edition the Cascade Cup, the Pacific Northwest’s largest girls lacrosse tournament. The tournament will be held July 24-26 at Harvey Field in Snohomish, Washington. The tournament will feature middle and high school teams and has become a summer time tradition in the Pacific Northwest.
US Lacrosse LEAD Level 2 Clinic
On July 24-26, US Lacrosse will conduct a LEAD Level 2 umpire training clinic at the Cascade Cup Tournament in Snohomish. This clinic is an excellent opportunity for Apprentice and Local rated umpires to improve their skills by learning from top-notch trainers provided by US Lacrosse. Click on the following link for more information about the clinic: http://usl.ebiz.uapps.net/PersonifyEbusiness/Default.aspx?TabID=170&ProductId=48857992
Youth Game Rule Modification - Visible Undergarments
WSLA (Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association) has modified the following rule that applies to all youth games (U-11, U-13 and U-15):
- Rule 2, Section 15, Visible Undergarment – Exception: Youth teams (U-11, U-13 and U-15) will not be required to wear visible undergarments of the same color.
Please follow this rule modification when officiating youth games.