At the Badger State Camp, every camper gets position specific training every day. Each day there is there are sessions focused on position play so that goalies, defenseman, middies, and attackmen all receive induvial and small group position specific instruction. Campers will be coached by an outstanding staff including 15 current or former college coaches and high school and youth coaches from 9 different states. The Badger State Camp takes staff take pride in bringing innovative drills and new techniques to help players of all skills levels improve. There is no better way for your players to IMPROVE and have FUN this summer. Please encourage your players to take advantage of this opportunity.
THE 2017 BADGER STATE LACOSSE CAMP
Monday July 24 – Thursday July 27, 2017
Faceoff, Goalie and Shooter Mini Camp start Sunday July 23rd
UW - Whitewater
Rising 5th-12th grade boys
Camp Field Director -Joe Alberici, Head Coach of Army, Head Coach, 2012 North South All-star game, assistant coach for the U.S. National Lacrosse Team
Camp Staff – Justin Turri – Assistant Coach Army – Current professional player
Kyle Georgalas – Assistant Coach Army, 2 time All- American
Rick Lewis Jr – Current professional player and Georgia high school coach
Ben Wineburg – Head Coach Brockport College
Plus, college coaches from Duke, St Joes, Holy Cross, Millsap College, MSoE, Carthage College, Northland Collage, Beloit, Dayton University, Illinois Wesleyan.
More information and registration can be found online at:
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US Lacrosse writes the rules for high school girls’ lacrosse, and those rules are endorsed by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS). For 2017, US Lacrosse has produced a stand-along youth rule book for ages 14U and below. The rule sets in this book align with the principles of the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model (LADM), helping to ensure age-appropriate rules that allow athletes to progress and reach their maximum potential.
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) authors rules for high school boys’ lacrosse. For 2017, US Lacrosse has produced a stand-along youth rule book for ages 14U and below. The rule sets in this book align with the principles of the Lacrosse Athlete Development Model (LADM), helping to ensure age-appropriate rules that allow athletes to progress and reach their maximum potential.
The following is a post written by Gordon Corsetti, Manager of Officials Education for US Lacrosse.
We say officials have the best seat in the house. While it’s true that we are the closest to the action we can’t watch the game the same way everyone else does, which is typically watching where the ball goes. I love being on the field officiating, but I only see one-half or one-third of the entire game depending on if I’m working in a two- or three-person crew. That’s because proper mechanics demand that at least one official watches the action that no one else is paying attention to away from the ball.
The 2017 WLF Spring Jamboree (March 25 and 26 at Woodside Sports Complex) needs a new leader and committee. Dave Wollin will work with the new, incoming people into February for transitional purposes. If you are not a person that can step up to help put on this great event for the kids, please pass this on to many other people. This group needs to be in place by December, otherwise the Jamboree will not be able to continue.
Thank you for your assistance in helping me hand this over to the next generation of lacrosse volunteers. Your help is greatly appreciated.
Operations (Committee Chair)
Oversees all aspects of the Jamboree
Represent Jamboree interests to the WLF Board (or through the Events Director if not on the WLF Board)
Develop and maintain “Rules of the Day” which include facility rules
Create game day schedules for all teams (on Blue Sombrero)
Find college teams for marquee game. Men’s and women’s
Develop extracurricular activities
Work closely with Operations
Be on site and insure facility is set up for the event
Work with facility regarding
Number of fields/length of day
Field equipment including balls and air horns
Online Registration (Blue Sombrero)
Invoice/collection of fees
Work with WLF Grants and Marketing Directors for sponsorships and other sources of income for the event
Recruit vendors for the event
Workout contract for event participation
High School Teams (Boys and Girls) - Liaison to all high school teams
Insure they are aware of facility and event rules
Youth Teams (Boys and Girls) - Liaison to all youth teams
Insure they are aware of facility and event rules
Work with schedulers to insure schedule of officials for training
Bay Valley: Gerum
Schedule officials for marquee game, if game is scheduled
The Bay Valley Lacrosse Association would like to welcome the addition of two lacrosse programs to the conference. Kimberly Lacrosse Club began their program in the Spring of 2016 with the addition of youth lacrosse. The rapid expansion of lacrosse in Wisconsin continues as the Kimberly Lacrosse Club will participate on the high school level with a Junior Varsity Boys team in the Spring of 2017.
Stevens Point Lacrosse Club started their lacrosse program in the Spring of 2016 with the addition of boys youth teams participating at multiple levels. The club also plans to participate on the high school level in the Spring of 2017 with a Junior Varsity boys team.
The WLF Board is an integral part of governing lacrosse in Wisconsin. This is your opportunity to have a say to who is on that Board.
Membership registration will not only give you the opportunity to participate in the election, but also your contact information will be used to deliver important WLF news and announcements, including meeting agenda and minutes. If you are the person within your organization that should be considered the member representative, please continue reading.
PLEASE VERIFY WITH YOUR CLUB/TEAM LEADERSHIP THAT YOU ARE INEED THE INDIVIDUAL REPRESENTING THE MEMBER. READ BELOW FOR DEFINITION. DUPLICATE REGISTRATIONS WILL VOID BOTH REGISTRATIONS.
Below you will find the instructions for registering to be a WLF Member. This registration will be open throughout the election process, which ends August 28. Please follow the instructions for your own registration.
If you have any questions or comments, please contact WLF Secretary Dave Wollin,
Register as the WLF Member. Only one registration per member allowed.
Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Bylaws Article 1, Section 1.03 Membership Membership of the WLF shall consist of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Board of Directors in office from time to time, who are active members of U.S. Lacrosse, Inc. and those lacrosse programs in Wisconsin that compete under the guidance of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation, being defined by the level of competition of teams and a single team within a school or club. These competition levels are boys’ high school, girls’ high school, boys’ youth and girls’ youth.
Example: If a program supports boys’ high school teams (JV, varsity or both), and girls’ high school team (JV, varsity or both), that program would consist of two Members of the WLF. If a program supports boys’ high school, girls’ high school, boys’ youth (senior, junior, bantam or all) and girls’ youth, that program would consist of four Members.
Enter your email address and password.
If you have never registered, create an account by clicking the green button
NOTE: Many Wisconsin Lacrosse members already have an account on the WLF website. If you have received emails from us, but have never entered into your account, enter your email address on the left and click the “Forgot Password” link.
Complete all the account information, click the Submit button.
Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation Bylaws Article 1, Section 1.03Membership Program members must be identified and contact information on file with the WLF Secretary no later than August 1 of each year.
On the Membership Registration Page
Enter your US Lacrosse Membership Number.
Select the League for which your program plays.
Select the WLF Member Program you are registering for.
If you are registering for multiple Members within a program, i.e. Boys HS and Boys Youth, select one from the drop down, then enter the others in the field provided.
If you are a WLF Board Member and a Program Member, you must register separately for each.
Click the Submit Button.
When the ballot opens, these registered members will receive the ballot for the election process.
Nominations will close July 31, 2016. The election period will be August 15-30, 2016. Voters are the registered members of the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation. Registration information will be forthcoming in the next few days. New Board Members will be announced August 31, 2016. Job responsibilities for each position is posted on the WLF website. Job Descriptions
Thank you for helping us to fill these important positions that decide the direction of lacrosse in Wisconsin.
Be part of a historical crowd at National Sports Center Stadium in Blaine, MN as Major League Lacrosse brings a 2016 Playoff Semi-Final Game to Minnesota for the very first time on August 13th. The Semi-Final. Game will give fans the opportunity to watch the best professional lacrosse players at the highest level.
For all groups of 10 or more, or to request handicapped seating, please call Ticket Rocket @ 1-855- 842-7575 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations and many thanks to the above named WLF Hall of Fame inaugural class of inductees. Each individual listed has helped to lay the foundation for our current Wisconsin Lacrosse Community.
These individuals will be recognized at 2:45 pm on June 11th, at the State Championship venue, Carroll University. Please stay tuned for information on the upcoming Hall of Fame dinner, which will occur in January, 2017.
Hello all Wisconsin lacrosse players, parents and fans,
The 2016 Wisconsin Lacrosse State Championship games are on June 11, 2016 at Carroll University - Schneider Stadium. Please see the attached information flyer for the event. In order to help make the event a success we some volunteers.
We're using VolunteerSpot (the leading online Sign-up and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming Sign-ups. Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1) Click this link to see our Sign-up on VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/BX4fNx
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It's Easy - you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on VolunteerSpot.
Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact Lisa Kirkpatrick at (262) 391-1148 and she can sign you up manually.
Please tell everyone to come and watch the fastest growing sport in America and in Wisconsin! See you there!