All current 10th - 12th graders and any current 9th graders with previous PL JV lax experience are eligible to vote. Players cannot vote for themselves.
**** Choose 3 players you would like to see as captains for the 2021 season and submit your response to: email@example.com by 11:59pm this Sunday, May 10th. ****
Captains will be announced at the upcoming virtual banquet. Please continue to watch your email for information about the upcoming banquet - coming very soon!
Hi, all. As just announced by the Minnesota State High School League, spring athletics have been canceled for the remainder of the season, effective immediately. This is, obviously, not how we all wanted this to go, but support the continued efforts for the health and safety of all in our lacrosse community and our world around us.
Coach Mithun will still meet with the boys as a combined group tonight, so please have your player log on to the meeting with the following link:
Please continue to check your email from us as we will be in touch next week for information regarding season wrap-up and how we can honor our seniors.
Thank you, so much, for your continued patience and support during this challenging time. Please stay healthy and safe!
6 times per week, rest on Sunday
Run 1 mile, record your time. All 6 times need to be turned in with assignment
30 sit ups, all the way up
20 push ups
20 squats, arms straight out, chest up
40 jumping jacks
20 flamingo lunges, 10 each leg, arms straight out, chest up
40-second plank, back straight
40-second wall sit, knees at 90 degree angle
30 crunches, hands on thighs, slide up to knees
15 burpees, push up position, to standing, to jumping as high as you can
Get water, do it again - 2 sets per day.
AND: 15 minute active cradling
Please see message below from UMLOA Men's Game State Coordinator, Jon Day.
We are always looking to increase our ranks for officials. We have a good training program and many of us (me included) have never played in a single game! I am hoping that you can help get the word out to your programs.
We find many good officials who really like the game and want to stay involved in some way either while they are playing, coaching or just watching.
Youth Officials need to be at least 14 years old. High school players can officiate as well and many do even during the season. We get many kids coming back from college who pick up games as soon as they get back. We have even had a few officials do games in KS and WI who are in college.
Here is some info that we have posted and if anyone has questions, they can always give me a call.
Here is where they can get info on officiating - http://www.umloa.org/training-info
Here is where the sessions are - https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0548afae2caaf49-umloa