2019 – Adult Cadet Training Class

7 Dec

GPLOA Cadet Training Class 2019 This course is for individuals who wish to become a lacrosse official in the GPLOA Chapter. The training class begins in February and will run into March. As a participant you should expect to receive … Read More »

NFHS Rule Changes for 2019

12 Nov

Boys Lacrosse Rules Changes – 2019 By on September 17, 2018 lacrosse-boys Share Print 1-6-2: Measuring the length of the head at the front (face) of the head. 1-7-1: The pocket/net must be completely attached to the head and the … Read More »

US Lacrosse Officials Clinic – January 6, 2018

11 Dec

USL New Jersey South Presents: The 1st Annual South Jersey Officials Clinic This clinic is geared for Officials of all levels from Youth to Collegiate Lacrosse.We will feature two Referees that are members of the New Jersey Lacrosse Foundation Hall … Read More »

NFHS Rule Changes for 2018

18 Oct

1-2 Adopt the 120-yard Unified girls and boys field as an allowed field option. 1-7-5 Note: Pockets of nontraditional synthetic material manufactured for lacrosse are permitted. The pocket must meet the specifications of 1-7. 4-3-3n     n. A contrasting color … Read More »

Elections for 2018 Season

5 Jun

The nominees  will be affirmed at the banquet meeting, each position has one nominee. June 12 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm Location: Brookside Manor Somerton Springs 50 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville-Trevose, PA President: Dan Ferry Vice President: Gary Mitchell Treasurer: … Read More »

PIAA Officials Convention (Aug 4-5)

13 Apr

Now Accepting Registration for the 23rd Officials’ Convention If you are receiving this email you are a registered PIAA sports official.   This email is to inform you of the upcoming 23rd Annual PIAA Officials’ Convention being held in Harrisburg, … Read More »

NFHS Memo – 2017 Q&A Items

3 Apr

NFHS Boys Lacrosse Q & A 3/31/2017 Q: B1is closely guarding ball carrier A1 when the official becomes aware that B1 is not wearing his mouthpiece. Is this a flag down or immediate whistle? A: Unless A1 is in the … Read More »