NSI Lacrosse is the official girls lacrosse organization for East Bellevue, including Newport, Sammamish, and Interlake High Schools and their supporting schools..

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The Rules for Womens Lacrosse are very different from the rules for Men's Lacrosse.
Women's is a game of elegance, finesse and endurance.

 

US Lacrosse (USLAX) Youth Rules are found here:

http://www.uslacrosse.org/sites/default/files/public/documents/rules/2017-girls-youth-rules.pdf

 

Washington Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association (WSLA), which supersede USLAX rules, are found here:

http://files.leagueathletics.com/Images/Club/8762/2017%20WSLA%20Game%20Rules.pdf

 

Always refer to WSLA rules page for changes:

https://leagueathletics.com/Page.asp?n=40161&org=WAGLAX.ORG

 

Please note that USLAX rules for:

14U corresponds to WSLA U15

12U corresponds to WSLA U13

10U corresponds to WSLA U11


U15 (We do not have umpires to allow full checking at this level)
Lacrosse Stick, Goggles, Mouth Guards (Additional equipment Required for Goalies)
12 players per team, Restraining lines, 8 Meter and 12 meter arcs, Goal Circle
Modified Checking, Shooting Space and Dangerous Propelling, 3 second Defensive Rule
Summary: Full Field, 12 v 12, no passing rule, modified checking

U13
Lacrosse Stick, Goggles, Mouth Guards (Additional equipment Required for Goalies)
12 players per team, Restraining lines, 8 Meter and 12 meter arcs, Goal Circle
No Checking, Shooting Space and Dangerous Propelling, 3 second Defensive Rule
Summary: Full Field, 12 v 12; 1 pass rule, restraining lines, no checking

U11

Lacrosse Stick, Goggles, Mouth Guards (Additional Equipment Required for Goalies)
7 players per team, Goalies are optional, Guideline of 2 Defensive Players on Defensive End
2 Pass Rule (must pass 2 times before shooting) 3 seconds, Shooting Space and Dangerous Propelling
Summary: Modified Field 7 v 7 (8 v 8 with goalies) 2 pass rule, no off-sides, no checking


Click: Field Layout Girls U11 and U9