WWLOA

Introduction

WWLOA is the Washington Women’s Lacrosse Officials Association. This is a non-profit membership organization that trains, supports and assigns officials for women’s lacrosse in the state of Washington. The organization was formally established in 2005 and later incorporated as the Washington Women’s Lacrosse Officials Association. WWLOA officials are trained, rated and certified in accordance with the guidelines set forth by US Lacrosse.

During the past decade, WWLOA has trained hundreds of officials and these officials have officiated thousands of women’s lacrosse games. This includes youth (U-11, U-13 and U-15), high school, college and post-collegiate club games. The hard work and dedication of the WWLOA organization and its officials has made it possible for lacrosse games to be played under safe conditions with consistent rules and certified officials. These efforts have also helped support strong and enthusiastic growth of women’s lacrosse in Washington State.

Mission

The mission of WWLOA is to promote and facilitate a safe environment for women’s lacrosse, train and rate officials, develop and retain officials, and contribute to the overall values of sportsmanship and teamwork in the state of Washington.

Bylaws

The Washington Women’s Lacrosse Officials Association has adopted bylaws
which govern the operations of the WWLOA Board. The WWLOA Board consists
of up to twelve individuals, elected by its membership, who are responsible
for managing the affairs and property of WWLOA, determining its policies,
supervising the disbursement of funds, and actively pursuing its purposes
and objectives.

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