Up Your Game – Set Your Eyes

Feb 25, 2019

Officiating is very much a “learn by doing” profession. With few opportunities to practice, you need to make the most out of each available moment that a game provides.

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US Lacrosse Evolves Selection Process for International Officials and Assessors

Jun 15, 2018

Task force of staff and volunteers to evaluate candidates based on criteria, recommend slate to U.S. delegate to FIL

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Ten Years, Ten Mentors and Ten Lessons

Apr 19, 2018

US Lacrosse men's officials development manager reflects on a decade-long officiating journey

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US Lacrosse Names 18 Region Coordinators for Officials Development

Feb 22, 2018

Coordinators to provide information, expertise, advice and direction to states within their region

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Seven C's of Lacrosse Officiating

Oct 23, 2017

High school officiating crews frequently have much to manage in a game, particularly a two-person crew. Michael Hyland, a US Lacrosse clinician and longtime NCAA and high school official, offers some tips in the form of seven c’s of officiating.

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Time for Officials to Step Up and Enforce Conduct Rules

Aug 28, 2017

Across the country officials are leaving their sport because of inappropriate coach or fan behavior. It is one thing to be raked over the coals for a perceived missed call in the NFL, MLB, or NBA. It is quite another to be chastised endlessly by coaches and fans at every high school and youth game.

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Officials: Get SMART About Goals

Mar 03, 2017

Don't just express a desire to get better at officiating. Get SMART about goals and realize tangible progress as you grow.

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Playing Days Over? Become a Lacrosse Official

Nov 01, 2016

New US Lacrosse video illustrates how and why to become an official — an avocation that provides lacrosse enthusiasts with flexibility, involvement in the sport, and additional income, among other perks.

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