2018 NJJLL GROUP LISTING

See Group Rules Below

AAA - Group 1
Glen Ridge
Highlands
Mahwah
Montclair
Ridgewood
Wayne
Wyckoff
AAA - Group 2
Chester Mendham
Flemington
Long Valley
Sparta
The Hills
Westfield
 
     
AA - Group 1
Caldwell
Livingston
Montville
Pequannock
Verona
West Essex
AA - Group 2
Franklin Lakes
Glen Rock
Northern Valley
Paramus
Pascack
Ramsey
River Dell
Wash Twp
 
AA - Group 3
Kinnelon
Morristown
Mt. Olive
Randolph
Rock-Den
Roxbury
Vernon PAL
AA - Group 4
Branchburg
Del Val
Hunterdon Mohawks
Tewksbury
Somerset Hills
Warren Hills
AA - Group 5
Berkeley Heights
Cranford
Hillsborough
Madison
Maplewood
Millburn
Scotch Plains
A - Group 1
Clifton
Highlands - 2
Ridgewood - 2
Wayne - 2
 
A - Group 2
The Hills - 2
Westfield - 2
West Essex - 2
     
B - Group 1
Fair Lawn
Hoboken
Jersey City
Jr Norsemen
Nutley
Waldwick
 
B - Group 2
Lakeland
Lyndhurst
Park Ridge
Pascack - 2
Saddle Brook
Tenafly
B - Group 3
Hackettstown
Kittatinny
Lenape Valley
Newton
North Warren
Sparta - 2
B - Group 4
Boonton
Jefferson
Pompton Lakes
Randolph - 2
West Milford
B - Group 5
Cedar Grove
Florham Park/Hanover
Parsippany
Springfield
West Orange

Group Rules

All programs must be members in good standing with the NJJLL.  Furthermore, all players & coaches must have current memberships with US lacrosse.
All games against programs in your group must be played and reported to the NJJLL by Sunday PRIOR to Memorial Day Weekend (May-20), after which playoff seedings will be determined and posted on the NJJLL website.   You cannot quality for the playoffs if you have not played ALL teams in your designated group.
For programs that play each other twice during the season, only the first meeting shall count towards the In-Group standings.
Games will be governed by US lacrosse and NJJLL game rules.  Any game that is cut short for any reason (darkness, weather, etc.) where at least half the game has been played, is considered a completed game and the result at the time it was called shall be the final score.   For games where less than a half has been played, the game shall be replayed from the start.
The quarterfinals and semifinals game will be played at the HIGHER seed’s field, at a mutually agreed upon time.  In the event the HIGHER seeded program cannot secure a field on that date, the game can be played at the LOWER seed’s field.  The field should be in good shape and should have lights for later starting games.
Quarterfinal games MUST be completed by the Friday of Memorial Day Weekend (May-25)
Semifinal games MUST be completed by the Wednesday following Memorial Day Weekend (May-30)
The Finals will be played on the Friday following Memorial Day Weekend (Jun-01).  Game times are 6:30 PM and 8:00 PM.  Sunday Jun-03 is the rain date for the Finals in the event the games cannot be played on Friday.
The NJJLL will assign officials for ALL playoff games.   There will be 2 officials at each game.  The host team (for quarter and semifinals) will coordinate with the NJJLL. 
 
AAA Flight
·         The highest level of competition
·         Roster fully comprised of A-Level players in terms of both lacrosse skills and athleticism
·         Typically from a program that fields two completely separate teams per grade, AAA being the more competitive team
·         For example, would include the top 20 players from a group of 40 or more
·         Teams are made from players in a single grade
 
AA Flight
·         The second highest level of competition
·         Roster is a mix of both A-Level and B-Level players in terms of both lacrosse skills and athleticism
·         Typically a program with at least one team per grade, but not enough players to field two full & separate teams at a single grade
·         Can include “Platoon” teams, defined as groups of 25-35 where players are rotated for each game. 
·         Teams are made from players in a single grade
 
A Flight
·         The level of competition is considered to be below that of AAA and AA
·         Roster fully comprised of B-Level players in terms of both lacrosse skills and athleticism
·         Typically from a program that fields two completely separate teams per grade, A being the less competitive team
·         For example, would include the lower 20 players from a group of 40 or more 
·         No AAA players are permitted to play in A games
·         Teams are made from players in a single grade
 
B Flight
·         Smaller programs whose teams are comprised from multiple grades – for example, 3rd/4th, 5th/6th or 7th/8th combo
·         Roster may contain a mix of both A-Level and B-Level players in terms of both lacrosse skills and athleticism
·         May also include new programs with less experienced players
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