SCORERS AND TIMERS

Scorers and timers are an essential and required part of a lacrosse game. The rules require an official scorer and timer be present and perform designated duties at a game. By doing so, scorers and timers help the teams, help the umpires and have the best seat in the house.

Scorer and Timer Requirements

WSLA, the governing body for youth and high school lacrosse in Washington State, has established the following requirements for Scorers and Timers for youth and high school games:

Scorer and Timer Clinics

WSLA offers an annual clinic for scorers and timers. Visit the WSLA WEBSITE for more information.

Youth Games - Scorer and Timer Terminology

WSLA has prepared a list of scorer and timer terms and definitions for youth games. Visit 2016 Scorer and Timer Terminology - Youth Games

Youth Games - Scorer and Timer Procedures

WSLA has prepared a summary of scorer and timer procedures for youth games. Visit 2016 Scorer and Timer Procedures - Youth Games

High School Games - Scorer and Timer Terminology

WSLA has prepared a list of scorer and timer terms and
definitions for high school games. Visit 2016 Scorer
and Timer Terminology - High School Games

High School Games - Scorer and Timer Procedures

WSLA has prepared a summary of scorer and timer
procedures for high school games.
Visit 2016 Scorer and Timer Procedures - High School Games

Scorers & Timers
Washington Women’s Lacrosse Officials Association
Box 255, 227 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 US
Phone: 425.123.5555