Officiating Men's Lacrosse

One of US Lacrosse's goals is to support the promotion of amateur lacrosse by:

  • Providing men's officials nationwide for all levels of play
  • Providing training, services and representation for all men's officials nationwide at all levels of play, and
  • Providing all men's officials nationwide a forum in which to raise and address their ideas and concerns.

 


Official Resources

US Lacrosse rules, tips, mechanics and more


How to Become an Official

 

  • Attend a welcome and introduction for new officials
  • Attend two classroom sessions
  • On-field training and rules test at the High School Boys' Jamboree
  • Become a member of US Lacrosse (includes insurance)

 

First-year year officials only work JV games and will be paired with a top official who will continue training before, during and after scheduled games. 
New officials are also encouraged but not required to stay and observe the varsity games.   

Men's officials are rated starting their second year.

Dues and fees are waived for any official who works the Jamboree (an unpaid event), which is required of all officials.

 



Contacts

 

HIGH SCHOOL TRAINERS

Jon Brenneman, jon@brennco.com
816-679-3181

John Culbertson, ksulax@gmail.com

HIGH SCHOOL ASSIGNOR (Kansas City)

Jon Brenneman, jon@brennco.com
816-679-3181

YOUTH TRAINER / ASSIGNOR

John Dehan, jdehan@callthegame.com
Call the Game