In light of the ongoing pandemic, US Lacrosse will continue its suspension of all nationally sponsored in-person clinics for players, coaches and officials through August 31, 2020.   It is our intention to resume these events once it is safe and appropriate to resume large group activities as aligned with our Safe Return to Play guidelines and the local and state requirements where our clinics would be held.
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Officiating Development Clinics

Whether you are brand new to officiating, a less experienced official or an official looking to reach your maximum potential to take the next step in your career, our developmental clinics are designed to help you achieve your goal.

Level 1 Clinics

Develop Fundamentals

Level 2 Clinic

Strengthen Skills

Level 3

Master Abilities

Level 1 Clinics

The Level 1 curriculum is classroom based and designed to teach all aspects of becoming a lacrosse official.  You will acquire the foundation of knowledge pertaining to the rules, penalties, positioning, mechanics and game management.

Game City State Dates Registration Spots Remaining
Women's Chattanooga TN Feb. 1, 2020   30
Women's Des Moines IA Feb. 1, 2020   30
Women's Milwaukee WI Feb. 15, 2020   30


Level 2 Clinics

This clinic offers experienced officials a deeper training in two person positioning and mechanics, as well as a greater understanding of rules application, penalty administration and game management.

Game City State Dates Apply/Register Spots Remaining


Level 3 Clinics

The clinic focuses on learning and refining skills in Three Person positioning and mechanics, as well as continued development in areas of communication, teamwork and game management for a higher level game.

Game City State Dates Apply/Register Spaces Remaining
Women's  Temecula CA 6/12-6/14 Register 15



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Why You Should Attend a Clinic!

Learn Correct Positioning

Ever feel like you're working hard, but not seeing the entire play? US Lacrosse clinicians will explain how to get into the best positions, and how to adapt your position depending on how play develops.

Review Game Film!

Much of the classroom session of US Lacrosse clinics is devoted to film review. This helps all attendees learn about their penalty threshold, and what the clinicians will look for regarding mechanics and positioning.

Practice Your Mechanics!

You cannot change what you do not know needs changing! US Lacrosse Clinicians are adept at recognizing when your officiating skills need to be tweaks, and are experts in delivering that feedback in meaningful ways.