Since June of 2005, OYLA has strived to instill a love for the sport of lacrosse like no other in the children and families of Onslow County. Lacrosse is unique because it creates a life long love of the sport. Most lacrosse players are lacrosse players o
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Coaches Clinic
by posted 09/01/2014


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by posted 09/01/2014

Steve Otto, Regional Supervisor for NCHSAA Lacrosse, and the Head Men's Lacrosse Official in the area is reaching out to the Eastern Carolina Lacrosse community. There is a desperate need for additional officials (both high school and recreation leagues) for the Spring 2015 Season. Officials can be as young as 16 years old and can earn good money over a weekend. Official Fees range from $40-65 per game depending on the Division. Training and Certification for Lacrosse Officials starts next month, so please act fast! Please pass the word to anyone interested. Any inquiries should be directed to Steve Otto at Thank you!!

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Referee Recruitment
by posted 08/21/2014

Received the following email from the Girl's Referee Scheduler this morning.

Good Morning All,

I know the calendar still says it is summer and Spring Lacrosse is far from everyone’s mind but it isn’t too early to start recruiting officials.  As most of you know, we have a limited pool of officials in Jacksonville, New Bern, Greenville and other areas up north.  That being said, the “limited pool” has gotten even smaller as two of our officials will not be returning next spring as one has graduated from high school and moved on and another from college and moved on.

I am reaching out to all of you and am asking your assistance in helping me recruit new officials in your area.  If we don’t do such, we are going to have serious issues in getting all your games covered with two officials and/or getting them covered at all.

Becoming an official requires 6 hours (two sessions of three hours each) in a classroom setting and then three hours of on the field training.  It may not seem like a lot but for some reason we haven’t had much success in getting new officials to join our group.

I have reached out to the Club Program at ECU in hopes that we can recruit a couple of new officials from them.  If any of you have contacts at the High Schools or wherever else, please get the word out and have them contact me.

Thanks Much


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