Member At-Large

William Christensen


  • Provide support to other WWLOA Board Members.
  • Serve as official and offer support with clinic trainings, field training, and evaluations.


  • William Christensen got his first taste of lacrosse as Head Coach of the Lake Tapps U13 Girls team in 2014, which is also when his daughter first started to play in 6th grade.
  • Since then, he has been an Assistant Coach for the Lake Tapps U15 Girls team, and a WWLOA Official since 2017.
  • He plays a 4th Grade teacher when he is not on the field officiating and enjoys playing and watching sports (especially hockey), reading, and traveling.
  • He has been married for nearly two decades to a wonderful wife and has two incredible children who are both in high school.
  • He also volunteers with the National Park Service in the Visitor Center of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park - Seattle Unit which is located in the Pioneer Square National Historic Area of downtown Seattle.