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US Lacrosse, Arbiter & the NFHS Partnership

US Lacrosse has entered into a partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and ArbiterSports, a game management solutions provider that streamlines the process of coordinating games, assigning officials, and paying participants.

US Lacrosse will host its Officials Education Program training content for officials on a new US Lacrosse Central Hub, powered by ArbiterSports and will populate and manage the content of the high school lacrosse central hub, owned by the NFHS. Content will include videos, checklists, webinars, articles and more.

Coming spring 2014, check out:

What This Means for Officials

  • US Lacrosse certified officials will be able to have their US Lacrosse membership and certification visible within ArbiterSports for assigners who wish to assign US Lacrosse officials.
  • US Lacrosse member and NFHS member officials will both have access to the new US Lacrosse Central Hub, powered by ArbiterSports, and owned by NFHS, as a benefit of membership.
    • Hub includes valuable US Lacrosse Officials Education Program content such as videos, checklists, webinars, articles and more.
    • Hub also hosts information about the steps to obtain and complete lacrosse officials training and the available career progression process and opportunities.
  • For membership status to properly display for assigners, officials need to make sure the email address they provide to assigners and to US Lacrosse is the same. If the email address is not the same for both accounts, officials should edit the email address in their US Lacrosse account settings at uslacrosse.org/MyAccount.

What This Means for Assigners

  • Assign officials who you can see are US Lacrosse certified and or US Lacrosse members who have gone through proper training.
  • Assign officials who you can see are insured through US Lacrosse.
  • Tell your local officials to make sure the email address they provide to assigners and to US Lacrosse is the same. If the email address is not the same for both accounts, officials should edit the email address in their US Lacrosse account settings at uslacrosse.org/MyAccount.