US Lacrosse has shared several materials for the 2019 season. This includes the 2-man and 3-man manual along with a new manual for game management. You may view all the materials by clicking on the button below.
2019 Training Materials
Ken Bourneuf Selected for VT/NH Game
The Vermont Lacrosse Officials Association Executive Board has chosen Ken Bourneuf to represent our association and Vermont as an official in the Vermont/New Hampshire All-Star game later this month. We identify an “up and coming" official each year who we believe has put the work in to improve their craft in areas of rules knowledge, mechanics, communication and game management.
Congratulations Ken Bourneuf!
2018 VLOA Meeting Agenda
Look over the 2018 VLOA meeting agenda.
2018 VLOA Pre-Season On-Field Training
Check out the upcoming pre-season on-field training and get a refresher before the season begins!
Show Me The Dates
2018 NFHS Rules Changes and Point of Emphasis
Check out the 2018 NFHS video regarding rule changes and point of emphasis along with future dates of the annual rule testing.
2018 NFHS Rule Changes
Eric Evans Awarded the USILA “French Julien Service Award”
Eric Evans has been awarded the USILA “FRENCHY JULIEN SERVICE AWARD” Presented in honor of former Chief Referee, Joseph R. “Frenchy” Julien for outstanding and continuous service to the sport of Lacrosse.
USILA Eric Evans
US Lacrosse Evolves Officiating Structure
US Lacrosse today announced changes to the national leadership structure for youth and scholastic member-officials. This announcement is the culmination of over two years’ worth of work and collaboration involving US Lacrosse staff, volunteer and key officiating leadership.
Interested in Officiating
Are you interested in becoming a lacrosse official and VLOA member? Read more about what is required to join and stay up to date on training and meeting dates.
Read and Sign Up
Make the Call
Looking to improve your officiating skills and calls? Lacrosse Nation has approval to showcase the full college lacrosse games from ESPN. Even if you don't have cable, you can still get a playlist of college lacrosse and watch the top officials in action.
Watch College Lacrosse Games on YouTube
Become An Official
JOIN THE THIRD TEAM ON THE FIELDJOIN NOW