Nominations are now open for several SFLOA Board positions

FULL MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING SHOULD HAVE RECEIVED A NOMINATION FORM EMAIL ON OCTOBER 1ST.

THE NOMINATION WINDOW WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 10, 10:00 pm

US Lacrosse Officials Development is sponsoring a LAREDO 2 Clinic in Naples.

November 9-11

This is for adult officials in the men’s game

Level 2 clinics teach two-person mechanics and are geared toward boys officials looking to develop their skills and become stronger overall officials. These clinics combine classroom training with a heavy emphasis on repeated on-field observations for immediate, actionable feedback from the clinicians.

 
The SFLOA Board strongly encourages all High School and Experienced Youth officials to apply for this challenging training opportunity. opportunity. 

https://www.uslacrosse.org/officials/mens-officials-development-clinics

Proposed Constitution and By-Laws Update

Can be found on the About page

LAREDO Level 3 Training – a few slots remain..

Again this year US Lacrosse Officials Development is sponsoring a LAREDO 3 Clinic in Tampa.

 Level 3 clinics teach three-person mechanics and more game management skills. These clinics combine classroom training and challenging on-field observations that emphasize proper positioning, game management and a focus on key areas of responsibility. 
 
The SFLOA Board strongly encourages all High School experienced officials to apply for this challenging training opportunity.
  
APPLY HERE
The SFLOA Board has approved a Scholarship to subsidize a portion of the US Lacrosse LAREDO 3 Fee for those SFLOA officials accepted to the Tampa clinic.
  • SFLOA must be the officials Primary Association.
  • The SFLOA Official must be in good standing.

New Recruits and Refresher Training – Saturday, September 15, 10:00A – NW Regional Library in Coral Springs

FHSAA Lacrosse Registration

FHSAA Lacrosse Registration is now open.

Don’t Delay..Register Today!

Registration Link


 

SFLOA Crew Works State Semi-Finals

Congrats to (pictured left to right) JC Craven,, Kevin Paustian, Paul Cicio and Sherwin Anderson who worked an outstanding State Semi-Final Game.