Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association Youth League (WaGLAXD) is a developmental, athletic organization that aspires to provide a high-quality experience to every athlete. A high-quality experience is one in which every athlete: Has fun playing

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WSLA U9/U11 Rules



Please follow the link for the 2018 U9/U11 Rules

by posted 01/15/2018
2018 Youth Registration

2018 Team Registration for U15, U13, and U11 is OPEN

Registration and Scheduling Form deadline Feb 1, 2018


U9 Registration will open Feb 1, deadline March 1, 2018

by posted 12/01/2017
U9 & U11 2018

U9 & U11 Reminders for the 2018 Season

U11 will have a regular 8 game schedule and will no longer be in the jamboree format. Games will be 2 - 20 minute halves.

U9 practices will start after Spring Break. New for the 2018 season, teams will have a regular 4 game schedule and then play at the End of Season Jamboree June 2.

by posted 12/01/2017
Winter League Meetings Jan 27

Mandatory Winter League Meetings

Rules Interpretation, Scorer/Timer clinic and Level 1 Coaching Clinic

January 27, 2018

Seattle Pacific University, Otto Miller Hall Rm 109 amd 127


Youth League Meeting 10a-11:30a

HS League Meeting 11:30a-1p


Youth Rules Interpretation 11:30a-1:30p OMH Rm 127

HS Rules Interpretation   1:30p-3:30p OMH Rm 109

Scorer/Timer Clinic 2p-4 OMH Rm 127

Womens Level 1 Coaching Clinic 1:30p-4:30p, Seattle Pacific University, Wallace Field REGISTER HERE


CPR/First Aid Training and Level 2 Coaching clinic

January 28, 2018

Seattle Pacific University, Otto Miller Hall Rm 127 and 128


CPR/First Aid Training 9a-Noon (18 attendees max)  REGISTER HERE FOR CPR CLINICS

CPR/First Aid Training 1p-4p (9 attendees max)

Level 2 Coaching Clinic 9a-4p REGISTER HERE



Feb 17 Level 1 Camas High School - REGISTER HERE

Feb 24 Level 1 Hermiston OR - REGISTER HERE



by posted 11/30/2017
Unified Field

WSLA has decided to approve the jointly developed unified field.  This field is designed with shared markings and adjusted dimensions for boys and girls lacrosse. 

Our intent is to provide an option for leagues and other organizations that may have limited phyical space and resources.  This unified field will allow for an easy transition from a girls to a boys game and simplifies the lines needed on field.

Currently, Perrigo Park in Redmond has installed 2 fields with unified lines and several other school districts and parks departments are interested.

by posted 10/27/2017
NOCSAE Helmet Update from USL

On November 24, NOCSAE announced that it had voided the certification of two lacrosse helmet models -- the Cascade Model R and the Warrior Regulator -- that do not meet performance standards. Read the latest:

by posted 01/07/2015
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