Junior Umpire Clinics

EMWLUA Junior Umpire Clinics

EMWLUA runs several types of umpire clinics for new officials. Some clinics are exclusively for beginner (unrated) officials:

  • Junior Umpire Clinics (below) are for prospective umpires under 18 years old and want to umpire youth games (not high school games).
    • Junior Umpire Clinics are for prospective umpires under 18 years old and in high school who want to umpire youth games (not high school games). These clinics include 6 hours of classroom instruction in 3 class sessions.  We will train you on the basics of lacrosse umpiring through classroom and on-the-field training. Based on your age and your field rating you will be able to umpire girls youth lacrosse games on Sundays in April, May and June and possibly at the various league Jamborees in June.

    TO RETURNING JUNIOR UMPIRES:  The $40 clinic fee is your membership dues for the upcoming season. If you have already paid your dues, contact the VP of Development at this LINK.

We look forward to seeing you at a clinic!  If you have questions, contact our VP of Development, by clicking on this LINK.

Upcoming events

    • 27 Jan 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • The Mill Works 22 Town Farm Rd Westford, MA 01886
    • 5
    Register

    Westford Junior Beginner Clinic

    Dates and Times:

    January 27 and February 10        

    March 10  

    Makeup date: March 17

    Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm 

    YOU MUST ATTEND 3 OF THE 4 CLASSROOM SESSIONS

    Field Date: March 24 @ North Andover High School starting late afternoon

      The Mill Works

    22 Town Farm Rd

    Westford, MA 01886

     Field date:  TBA

    PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED

    Youth  Beginner Clinics are for prospective umpires 18 years of age or younger and in high school. No prior umpiring experience is required. These clinics include 6-8 hours of classroom instruction in 3 or 4 class sessions.  Completing the course, passing a 3-4 hour field rating session, joining US Lacrosse and joining EMWLUA earns the participant an Junior Rating.

    Space in each class is limited.  Walk-in registration is NOT allowed.

    Requirements for new officials:

    1) Join EMWLUA (included in your clinic fee )

    2) Join US Lacrosse (designate "official")

    3) Attend ALL clinic sessions and field opportunities of clinic NO EXCEPTIONS.   You MAY NOT make up a clinic session at a different location.

    4) Complete the on line Official's Clinic available at USlacrosse.org.   It is a free course but you must go through the motions of purchasing it.   Please forward proof of completion to your clinician.

    5) Pass both the High School and Youth online annual exams available at USlacrosse.org.   A score of 85% or above is required.


    When you register: If you are taking this class for the first time, choose the "New youth" option. If you took this class before, choose the "Returning youth"  option. If you have paid your EMWLUA dues for the upcoming season DO NOT PAY THE CLINIC FEE, but contact development@emwlua.org and request a fee waiver.

    EMWLUA reserves the right to combine clinics or change locations based on enrollment levels.  Registered students will receive detailed location and instructor contact information 10 days before the clinic starts.

    Clinician:  Robin Volpone

    If you have questions please email the EMWLUA VP Development.

    • 25 Feb 2019
    • 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Acton Memorial Library, 486 Main Street, Acton, MA 01720
    • 10
    Register

    Acton Junior Beginner Clinic

    Acton Memorial Library (upstairs Conference Room)
    486 Main Street
    Acton, MA   01720

    Dates: February 25    4:30 - 6:30 pm

                February 28    5:00 - 7:00 pm

                March 4           4:30 - 6:30 pm

                Snow date March 6     5:00-7:00 pm
      

    Field date:  TBA

    Pre-registration required

    Junior Umpire Clinics are for prospective umpires 18 years old or younger and in high school who want to umpire youth games (not high school games). These clinics include 6 hours of classroom instruction in 3 class sessions.  We will train you on the basics of lacrosse umpiring through classroom and on-the-field training. Based on your age and your field rating you will be able to umpire girls youth lacrosse games on Sundays in April, May and June and possibly at the various league Jamborees in June.

    Requirements for new officials:

    1) Join EMWLUA (included in your clinic fee )

    2) Join US Lacrosse (designate "official")

    3) Attend ALL clinic sessions and field opportunities of clinic NO EXCEPTIONS.   You MAY NOT make up a clinic session at a different location.

    4) Complete the on line Official's Clinic available at USlacrosse.org.   It is a free course but you must go through the motions of purchasing it.   Please forward proof of completion to your clinician.

    5) Pass both the High School and Youth online annual exams available at USlacrosse.org.   A score of 85% or above is required.

    Space in each class is limited.  Walk-in registration is NOT allowed.

    When you register: If you are taking this class for the first time, choose the "New youth" option. If you took this class before, choose the "Returning youth"  option. If you have paid your EMWLUA dues for the upcoming season DO NOT PAY THE CLINIC FEE, but contact development@emwlua.org and request a fee waiver.

    EMWLUA reserves the right to combine clinics or change locations based on enrollment levels.  Registered students will receive detailed location and instructor contact information 10 days before the clinic starts.

     

    Clinicians: David Peters and Judy Peters

    If you have questions please email the EMWLUA VP Development.

    • 26 Feb 2019
    • 6:00 PM - 8:15 PM
    • Notre Dame Academy, 1073 Main Street, Hingham, Mass
    • 4
    Register

    Hingham Junior Beginner Clinic

    Dates and Times: February 26,28, March 4   6 pm - 8:15 pm

    Notre Dame Academy

    1073 Main Street

    Hingham, MA

     Field date:  March 10 in Scituate  time: 9:00am-4:00 pm  March 18: snow date

    Pre-registration required

    Youth  Beginner Clinics are for prospective umpires 18 years of age or younger and in high school. No prior umpiring experience is required. These clinics include 6-8 hours of classroom instruction in 3 or 4 class sessions.  Completing the course, passing a 3-4 hour field rating session, joining US Lacrosse and joining EMWLUA earns the participant an Junior Rating.

    Space in each class is limited.  Walk-in registration is NOT allowed.

    Requirements for new officials:

    1) Join EMWLUA (included in your clinic fee )

    2) Join US Lacrosse (designate "official")

    3) Attend ALL clinic sessions and field opportunities of clinic NO EXCEPTIONS.   You MAY NOT make up a clinic session at a different location.

    4) Complete the on line Official's Clinic available at USlacrosse.org.   It is a free course but you must go through the motions of purchasing it.   Please forward proof of completion to your clinician.

    5) Pass both the High School and Youth online annual exams available at USlacrosse.org.   A score of 85% or above is required.

    When you register: If you are taking this class for the first time, choose the "New youth" option. If you took this class before, choose the "Returning youth"  option. If you have paid your EMWLUA dues for the upcoming season DO NOT PAY THE CLINIC FEE, but contact development@emwlua.org and request a fee waiver.

    EMWLUA reserves the right to combine clinics or change locations based on enrollment levels.  Registered students will receive detailed location and instructor contact information 10 days before the clinic starts.

    Clinician: Sharon Feid

    If you have questions please email the EMWLUA VP Development.

    • 05 Mar 2019
    • Shrewsbury High School Presentation Room 64 Holden St Shrewsbury
    • 9
    Register

    Shrewsbury Junior Beginner Clinic

    Site: Shrewsbury High School

             64 Holden St. Shrewsbury

    Dates: March 5, 7& 14

    Snow date: 3/14

    Time: 3-4:30 pm

    Field  date: TBA

    Pre-registration required

    Junior Clinics are for prospective umpires 18 years old or younger and in high school who want to umpire youth games (not high school games). These clinics include 6 hours of classroom instruction in 3 class sessions.  We will train you on the basics of lacrosse umpiring through classroom and on-the-field training. Based on your age and your field rating you will be able to umpire girls youth lacrosse games on Sundays in April, May and June and possibly at the various league Jamborees in June.

    Space in each class is limited.  Walk-in registration is NOT allowed.

    Requirements for new officials:

    1) Join EMWLUA (included in your clinic fee )

    2) Join US Lacrosse (designate "official")

    3) Attend ALL clinic sessions and field opportunities of clinic NO EXCEPTIONS.   You MAY NOT make up a clinic session at a different location.

    4) Complete the on line Official's Clinic available at USlacrosse.org.   It is a free course but you must go through the motions of purchasing it.   Please forward proof of completion to your clinician.

    5) Pass both the High School and Youth online annual exams available at USlacrosse.org.   A score of 85% or above is required.


    When you register: If you are taking this class for the first time, choose the "New youth" option. If you took this class before, choose the "Returning youth"  option.  If you have paid your EMWLUA dues for the upcoming season DO NOT PAY THE CLINIC FEE, but contact development@emwlua.org and request a fee waiver.

    EMWLUA reserves the right to combine clinics or change locations based on enrollment levels.  Registered students will receive detailed location and instructor contact information 10 days before the clinic starts.

    Clinician: Lynda Lareau, John Ahern

    If you have questions please email the EMWLUA VP Development.

    • 14 Mar 2019
    • 6:45 PM
    • Wilmington Public Library 175 Middlesex Ave Wilmington
    • 5
    Register

    Wilmington Junior  Beginner Clinic

    Wilmington Public Library

    175 Middlesex Ave  Wilmington

    Dates and times: March 14    6:45 pm - 8:45 pm

                                   March 16   9:00 am-11:15 am

                                  March 26    6:30 pm-8:45 pm

                                

    Field  date: TBA

    Pre-registration required

    Junior Umpire Clinics are for prospective umpires 18 years old or younger and in high school who want to umpire youth games (not high school games). These clinics include 6 hours of classroom instruction in 3 class sessions.  We will train you on the basics of lacrosse umpiring through classroom and on-the-field training. Based on your age and your field rating you will be able to umpire girls youth lacrosse games on Sundays in April, May and June and possibly at the various league Jamborees in June.

    Space in each class is limited.  Walk-in registration is NOT allowed.

    When you register:  If you are taking this class for the first time, choose  the "New Youth" option. If you took this class before, choose the "Returning youth" option. If you have paid your EMWLUA dues for the upcoming season DO NOT PAY THE CLINIC FEE, but contact development@emwlua.org and request a fee waiver.

    Requirements for new officials:

    1) Join EMWLUA (included in your clinic fee )

    2) Join US Lacrosse (designate "official")

    3) Attend ALL clinic sessions and field opportunities of clinic NO EXCEPTIONS.   You MAY NOT make up a clinic session at a different location.

    4) Complete the on line Official's Clinic available at USlacrosse.org.   It is a free course but you must go through the motions of purchasing it.   Please forward proof of completion to your clinician.

    5) Pass both the High School and Youth online annual exams available at USlacrosse.org.   A score of 85% or above is required.

    EMWLUA reserves the right to combine clinics or change locations based on enrollment levels.  Registered students will receive detailed location and instructor contact information 10 days before the clinic starts.

    Clinician: Kathy Stockman, Matt LaBranche

    If you have questions please email the EMWLUA VP Development.

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