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Lincoln-Way Lacrosse Club Volunteer Duties for Home Games (Youth)

Announcer (Not used) - Located in the press box. This volunteer will operate the AV equipment and announce players before the start of the game.  The announcer may also provide brief narratives throughout the games.

On field clock & scoreboard- Located on the field. This volunteer will operate the clock & scoreboard. 

  • Minis is a 40 minute game.  Running clock.  2- 20 minute halves. A regulation game should take less than an hour.
  • Juniors is a 12 minute running clock.  The clock only stops at end of quarters, team time-outs & injury time-outs. Clock will stop under 2 minutes of 4th quarter with in 3 goal differential rule modification. A regulation game should take an hour.
  • Minors is a 10 minute stop clock.  The clock stops when the ball goes out of bounds, after a goal, at end of quarters, team time-outs, injury time-outs or any other time the game stops.  We anticipate a regulation game to last an hour and 20 minutes +/-.
  • Majors is a 10 minute stop clock.  The clock stops when the ball goes out of bounds, after a goal, at end of quarters, team time-outs, injury time-outs or any other time the game stops.  We anticipate a regulation game to last an hour and 20 minutes +/-.

On field penalty time keeper- Located on the field at the score table.  This volunteer will keep penalty time.  The players must take a knee before the penalty time begins.  Count down from 5 to release the penalties.  Please introduce yourself to the official as they will provide you with directions throughout the game. *Minis may not require this volunteer.

On field penalty time keeper assistant & score keeper- Located on the field at the score table.  This volunteer will assist in keeping penalty time because there might be more than one player in the penalty box with different release times.  The players must take a knee before the penalty time begins.  This volunteer will also keep score on field in case there is technical difficulty with the scoreboard.  Please introduce yourself to the official as they will provide you with directions throughout the game.  *Minis may not require this volunteer.

#1 Field set-up & ball replacer- Located on the field. This volunteer will ensure that the goals and score table are on the field in appropriate spots if you are the first home game of the day, (7) pylons need to be set out, (6 to 7) game balls on each end line need to be placed before the game and before each quarter, (6 to 7) balls on each sideline should also be placed and managed.  The balls should be managed throughout the game and that person needs to make sure that players of the last & next game do not remove or take the balls from the end & sidelines. The goals, score table & pylons will be out already if you are not the first game of the day, but make sure the pylons are standing and not blown over.   If you are the last game, then everything needs to be picked-up and the club will designate the person responsible for all items that need to be taken home or locked at the facility.

#2 Field set-up & ball replacer- Located on the field. This volunteer will have the same duties as #1 Field set-up & ball replacer.

On field clean-up- Located on the field at the end of game.  This volunteer will make sure that all water bottles, trash, bags, etc. are removed from the field area after your team’s game.

Stadium clean-up- Located in the stands at the end of game.  This volunteer will make sure that all water bottles, trash, etc. are removed from the stands after your team’s game.

Sideline Manager - This volunteer’s role is to maintain a positive & sportsmanlike environment around the playing field, including both sidelines.  The officials will handle on-field sportsmanship issues.  A Team Parent may add a 2nd Sideline Manager volunteer opportunity as needed.

Water & Ice- This volunteer will make sure that water & ice is available to the players at home & away games.  The volunteer that brings the water & ice will deliver it to the sideline and fill the player’s water bottles at the beginning of the game or they will make sure that the Assistant Coaches are aware of where the water & ice is located.  The water & ice schedule will be provided by the Team Parent and each team can use their own discretion on how to manage water & ice.

Helpful Documents- Please refer to the “Documents” tab & “Youth Info” tab located at lincolnwaylacrosse.com

  • Youth Code of Conduct
  • Anti-Bullying Policy
  • Mom’s Guide to Lacrosse