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The Golden Bears, Black Knights and Wolverines are descending on Starfire Sports in Tukwila
on Saturday October 8!!
The Washington State Chapter of US Lacrosse will again be presenting the Seatown Classic with NCAA Division 1 men’s and women’s games PLUS clinics for players grades 3-12 lead by the coaches and players of the collegiate teams.
This is going to be a FUN afternoon of lacrosse! There are player clinics in the early afternoon followed by the collegiate games.
PURCHASE your game tickets and packages here. Clinic registration includes a game ticket PLUS a custom pair of Strideline socks produced exclusively for the 2016 Seatown Classic.
Space is limited for the clinic as well as the games -- BUY your tickets and/or package today!
The very first lacrosse tournament at the new SOZO Sports Complex in Yakima, WA. This area has great weather in the fall and is known as the Palm Springs of Washington. This facility has 2 turf fields and 6 grass Fields. There will be both a boys and girls tournament offered.
SOZO Sports Complex, Yakima, WA – Link to YouTube Video
This area has excellent hotel accommodations and restaurants for teams.
Tournament Dates - November. 5th & 6th.
Registration Deadline - October 1st.
Pool Play then single elimination championship format, 4 games guaranteed
2 certified referee’s at each game, two 22 minute halves & US Lacrosse rules apply per division
Championship T-Shirts awarded in each division
Vendor & Food Booths
U15 Division (typically 7th thru 9th graders)
High School Division
Access registration information and more details HERE.
US Lacrosse today announced rule revisions for women’s lacrosse, ranging from changes in overtime to new carding procedures for dangerous contact. Most of the rule changes are effective for the 2016 girls’ high school and youth lacrosse seasons, with some additional revisions for equipment and uniforms effective beginning in 2017 or 2018.
US Lacrosse writes the rules for high school girls’ lacrosse, and those rules are endorsed by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). The rules also govern collegiate club lacrosse (WCLA) and youth girls’ lacrosse. In some instances, US Lacrosse provides some additional modifications to the WCLA and youth rules.
Noteworthy changes for 2016 include the implementation of the alternate possession to eliminate the throw, the introduction of sudden victory in overtime (first goal ends the game), and a new mandatory yellow card for dangerous contact.
Go HERE to get all of the details on some important changes for the girls HS and youth game