January 15, 2020
NJJLL Coaches and Program Directors,
Please read carefully, there is a lot important information about getting ready for this season.
Welcome to the NEW NJJLL website!
We need every program to go to: https://www.njlacrosse.com/2020teams and complete the form with your 2020 teams and program contacts. Please make sure this gets done no later than Feb. 1st, 2020. Please make sure only one person from your program completes this form.
We plan to open Arbiter Sports to enter games in early February but we cannot do so until 100% of the programs have completed this form. Please do this asap, you can go in later and update your information if something changes. The form should take less than 10 minutes to complete.
The 2020 NJJLL rules haves been posted on the website.
For this season (2020) the NJJLL has combined the NJJLL Rules and Regulations and the NJJLL game playing rules into one document.
With all the significant changes to the NFHS boy’s lacrosse rules, the US Lacrosse boy’s rules and the NJJLL 2020 rules it is very important that all coaches attend a rules interpretation meeting.
Without attending a rules meeting coaches will have no way to know or understand how these rules will be enforced and the impact these changes will have on your team.
For a list of the 2020 rules interpretation meeting dates go to: www.njlacrosse.com/rules
There is no pre-registration required for any NJJLL coach who wishes to attend. Only the referees need to pre-register.
If any program would like to host it’s own rules interpretation meeting please contact Randy Mills to schedule at email@example.com. The fee for this is $100. We encourage neighboring programs to get together and take advantage of this.
Do not enter any games into Arbiter Sports until directed to do so.
Starting with this 2020 season all coaches for grades 4th through 8th must be US Lacrosse Level 1 Certified to be on the sideline during games.
There will be NO EXCEPTIONS, and NO ONE is grandfathered.
Each coach will be required to provide proof of their training status prior to every game.
For information about attending a Level 1 Clinic CLICK HERE.
If you have already attended a Level 1 Field Clinic, please remember there are other requirements to complete the course. Go to www.uslacrosse.org and log into your account. Then click on 'COACHES" and then under "EDUCATION" click on "My Certification and Training Information". This will show your status.
This is how this new rule reads:
To get a copy of your US Lacrosse membership card:
Go To Link: https://www.uslacrosse.org/
Go to the LogIn Tab in the top right, click on the Drop Down menu and Click on "Print Member Card"
Log In to your US Lacrosse Account
(Will need your Username and Password)
(Will also need to unblock pop-ups in your browser)
You can download your membership card as a .pdf to display digitally on your mobile device and also print it as well (recommended to do both).
Please contact Randy Mills at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
NJJLL Head Official / Assignor
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