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Becoming A Boy’s Lacrosse Officials in West Virginia
Training classes to become a lacrosse official to work boys' games in West Virginia for the Mountaineer Lacrosse Officials Association (MLOA) will be held in January to March. To become an official, you have to complete several requirements. (1) You must become a US Lacrosse member as an official, (2) take the online US Lacrosse training class and then participate in (3) the local training class that the MLOA will hold online and in person. Here are the steps:
Step 1) First, you must join USA Lacrosse as an official. If you are already a USA Lacrosse member, but not as an official, you will have to have your membership updated to reflect that you now want to be an official as well. You may need to call in to USA Lacrosse to have it updated manually by a staff member if you are unable to do yourself online. If you need to join USA Lacrosse, you can follow this link to become a member.
JOIN US LACROSSE: https://membership.usalacrosse.com/login
Step 2) Next, after you join USA Lacrosse, you must register and take the online US Lacrosse officials training class to become a boy’s lacrosse official. You must complete this step BEFORE you take the local MLOA training class listed in step 3 below. The instructions to take the USA Lacrosse class can be found by clicking on the link below:US LACROSSE ONLINE
TRAINING CLASS INFORMATION: https://www.usalacrosse.com/officials-certification
Step 3) Lastly, you will need to take the local MLOA training class. This will consist of five online virtual classes with our trainer, Jeff Thompson and one on field training session at a scrimmage in Fairmont, West Virginia.
To sign up and take the class, you must send an email to: email@example.com. After we receive your email of interest, further instructions will be sent to you including links to join the local training classes online.
Upon successful completion of the training class, you can become a member of the Mountaineer Lacrosse Officials Association and be able to referee boy’s lacrosse in West Virginia.