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3d Oregon Spring Premier Team Tryouts
For the first time, 3d Oregon Lacrosse will field two spring teams...
Junior Official Training 2017!
Interested in becoming a Junior Official for the game of girls lacrosse?...
3d Oregon Spring Premier Team Tryouts
For the first time, 3d Oregon Lacrosse will field two spring teams for girl’s youth players – the 3d Oregon Spring Premier Teams. (SPTs) These two middle school teams will be comprised of the best lacrosse talent in the area.  Both teams will practice on Sundays this spring and their season will culminate with a trip to Boston, MA on Memorial Day weekend to compete in the Future Champions Tournament.

The SPT will be a supplement to each player’s respective spring season and will not conflict with school lacrosse.  This is the first year the Future Champions Tournament is occurring in conjunction with the NCAA Championship weekend and 3d Oregon is excited to be a part of it.   All NCAA games will take place at Gillette Stadium and with that, each tournament player will receive tickets to attend the NCAA College Lacrosse Championships semi-finals and finals with their team.  On top of that, each team playing will be recognized on the filed during the play-offs. 

This spring program is the first of its kind in Oregon.  We will combine elite training for the area’s best players, travel to Boston to compete on the National level, and raise our lacrosse IQ watching the best of Women’s lacrosse on NCAA Championship weekend.  The 3d Spring Premier Team is an amazing opportunity and will be the highest level of lacrosse playing and learning that Oregon has to offer middle school girls.

To earn a spot, please register to attend the free try out!



2021 (8th Grade)
2022 (7th Grade)
2023 (6th Grade)


February 26th


Horizon Christian School
23370 SW Boones Ferry Rd
Tualatin, OR 97062




For more information, please contact:
Nikki Chernick (
Thomas Bragg (
Susan Bankowski (
Bill Gleason (​)

by posted 02/21/2017
Junior Official Training 2017!

Interested in becoming a Junior Official for the game of girls lacrosse? This is a great way to get paid while you exercise! No experience is necessary.

Every Junior Official (new or returning) is required to attend an annual classroom training session. 
FRESHMAN should attend one of the following clinics:
  • Sunday, February 26th from 9:30 am - 4pm at Wilsonville HS 
  • Saturday, March 4th  from 9:30 am - 4pm at West Linn HS
GRADES 10-12 have the following options:
  • Mon, Feb 13 AND Thur Feb 16 from 6:30 pm - 9 pm at Orgon Sports Offices, Beaverton
  • Sat, Feb 25 from 9:30 am - 4 pm at Wilsonville HS
  • Sun, Mar 5 from 9:30 am - 4 pm at Wilsonville HS
For all clinics, please arrive 15 min early to get signed in and get all needed material. When you register you'll see that the classes are divided up into Part 1 and Part 2. Most of you will just attend the one clinic all day, but if there's a huge conflict you can divide up the clinic between different days
Please use the following link for more information and directions on how to register for the clinic:
Prior to your classroom session, you'll need to complete the USL Online Officials Course. This is mandatory for all officials. The Online Course is free to all USL members. You must log-in to your USL account to access the Online Course. Please see the attached instructions with screen shots. Save the certificate at the end of the course as a PDF file and email it to us at   as proof of completion. If you completed this last year, then you are good to go - each official only has to complete the Online Course once.
Field Training (mandatory) will take place as follows:
FRESHMAN - Sat, Apr 8th at multiple locations
GRADES 10-12 - Sat March 11th at multiple locations
At the Field Training, you will receive a rating that will determine the level of play you are allowed to officiate. By USL rule, only Juniors and Seniors are allowed to officiate our U-14 (7th/8th grade) games. However, not all Juniors and Seniors will necessarily be deemed qualified to do so. Some officials may be required to work with Officials with a higher rating and/or and Adult Official. Your rating will have a significant impact on how you are assigned to games. And, while we will make whatever effort we can to mentor you, a lot rides on your commitment, attitude, enthusiasm and ultimate performance leading up to and including the Field Training.
Prior to Field Training, you'll need to complete a concussion training. Oregon Senate Bill 721, or Jenna’s Law, requires all referee governing bodies to ensure that the referees receive annual training regarding concussions. Please go to Save the certificate at the end of the course as a PDF file and email it to us at   as proof of completion.
For additional questions or information, please contact:
Oregon Women's Lacrosse Umpires Association
P.O. Box 15114
Portland, Oregon 97293

by posted 02/06/2017
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