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USL Womens Level 1 Coaching clinic is March 4


Registration is now open for the USL Level 1 Coaches Development Program (CDP) clinic on Saturday March 4 at Seattle Pacific University's Bertona classroom #3 from 9am-4pm.

WSLA is requiring that ALL Varsity Head coaches be Level 1 certified for this Spring 2017 season.    This is your LAST chance to take the Level 1 clinic in person, one of the requirements for becoming Level 1 certified -- go HERE for more information on the Level 1 certification process.

Remember that you must be a US Lacrosse member (a WSLA requirement), so you'll login with your USL membership ID in order to complete the registration.

Pre-registration is required, so don't delay!!

Register HERE.


Thanks to everyone that came out to

support the Seatown Classic 2016!  


A fun (albeit wet!) afternoon was had by all!

Final scores:    Womens game:  Cal 14, Army 8

Mens game:  Army 14, Michigan 7



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NEW ASTM standards for Girls Eyewear for 2017

Effective January 1, 2017, girls eyewear must meet ASTM Standard 3077 to be deemed legal for play.  Please go HERE for a list of eyewear that meets the current standard.

WHY was this change implemented? The eyewear standard change was announced several years ago and has been in the rulebook for a couple years to help phase in the implementation.  It is not uncommon for ASTM to update its standards after several years.  The long implementation is common for equipment changes and something USL works with the NFHS to phase in in order to not create a budget impact.

In this particular instance, the 3077 standard reflects two changes.  One, the 803 standard was not sport specific so for example, a consumer could mistakenly get eyewear that met 803 but not for lacrosse.  Secondly, the testing protocol was changed specific to our sport and arguably to better test for the sport and safe play.    Most manufacturers have taken their current products and had them retested to the standard.  We recommend to programs and customers that they reach out to the specific manufacturer if their model is not listed and see if they have plans to retest.


by posted 01/11/2017
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