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Spring Registration is now LIVE!

EVALUATIONS/TEAM PLACEMENT
We will be holding tryouts/evaluations for Boys U12 and Girls U14. They will be held on November 17 and December 1 at Bishop O’Dowd. Times are TBD.
IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
  • In order to register for Skyline Lacrosse Club you must have an active membership in US Lacrosse for the entire season, valid through June 2020.  As part of the Skyline registration process you may be directed to US Lacrosse website to either check on your status, renew your membership or register for the first time.  After signing up with US Lacrosse, you need to follow the prompt to return to the Skyline site to complete your registration.
  • Please read the About Our Club and Refund Policy information (See links on Skyline website home page)
  • You must be a resident of the Oakland Unified or Piedmont Unified School District Boundaries or be enrolled at a public, catholic, or private school within OUSD or PUSD boundaries. Exceptions must be approved by our Club Director. Please contact our Club Director at admin@skylinelacrosse.com with a written request for consideration
  • PLEASE NOTE - Payment is due at the time of registration. Registrations will be sent to waitlist 24 hours after registering if not paid in full
  • If a division is full, you will be allowed to be added to the waiting list.   However, you will be required to purchase a non-refundable US Lacrosse registration to be put on the waitlist.​​​
  • All players are required to supply their own lacrosse equipment.​ This includes the following;
    • Mouth Guard (Cannot be clear or white)
    • Lacrosse Stick
    • Girls-specific Equipment
    • Eye cages/goggle
    • Boys-specific Equipment
    • NOCSAE certified lacrosse helmet
    • Chest Pads
    • Elbow Pads
    • Gloves
    • Protective Cup
2020 Spring Girls U8

Base Cost: $325.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Girls
born between: 09/01/2011 and 08/31/2014

2020 Spring Girls U10

Base Cost: $450.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Girls
born between: 09/01/2009 and 08/31/2011

2020 Spring Girls U12

GU12 Evaluations are at Bishop O'Dowd High School at 9500 Stearns Ave., Oakland, Ca on:

Sunday, November 17 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

and

Sunday, December 1 from 9:00 AM t0 10:30 AM

Base Cost: $625.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Girls
born between: 09/01/2007 and 08/31/2009

NOTE: This program is currently only accepting waitlisted registrations. Register for the current waitlist by clicking the Join Waitlist button below.

2020 Spring Girls U14

GU14 Evaluations are at Bishop O'Dowd High School at 9500 Stearns Ave., Oakland, Ca on:

 

Sunday, November 17 from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

and

Sunday, December 1 from 9:00 AM t0 10:30 AM

 

Base Cost: $650.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Girls
born between: 09/01/2005 and 08/31/2007

2020 Spring Boys U8

 

 

Base Cost: $325.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Boys
born between: 09/01/2011 and 08/31/2014

2020 Spring Boys U10

Base Cost: $450.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Boys
born between: 09/01/2009 and 08/31/2011

2020 Spring Boys U12

BU12 Evaluations are at Bishop O'Dowd High School at 9500 Stearns Ave., Oakland, Ca on:

Sunday, November 17 

and

Sunday, December 1 

 

Times TBD

Base Cost: $625.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Boys
born between: 09/01/2007 and 08/31/2009

2020 Spring Boys U14

 

 

Base Cost: $650.00

Opened: 10/14/2019

Open to: Boys
born between: 09/01/2005 and 08/31/2007

2020 Coaches Registration (under 18)

All coaches, head and/or assistant, must register to be a coach for the 2019-2020 season. The NCJLA reviews the following six requirements for every coach and assistant coach and issues laminated "NCJLA Certified Coach" cards that coaches are required to wear on a lanyard around their necks while on the field for games.

  • Cleared background check through US Lacrosse
  • PCA online course or workshop
  • US Lacrosse Level 1 online course
  • US Lacrosse membership
  • Signed Coaches Code of Conduct
  • Passed Age Level Rules Test
  • Passed Concussion Training Certificate

NCJLA Requirements Detail
1. Cleared Background Check*
*Coaches under the age of 18 are not required to undergo a background check.

2. PCA 
One-time requirement
Coaches may take the PCA online course or in-person workshop, “Double Goal Coach: Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons.”

3. US Lacrosse Level 1 Online Course
One-time requirement
All coaches must complete a free US Lacrosse Level 1 online course, unless the coach has coached at the CIF (or equivalent from another state), collegiate, or post-collegiate level. 

4. US Lacrosse Membership
Renew annually, and valid through the end of the season
Go to http://www.uslacrosse.org to establish or renew membership.

5. Signed Coaches Code of Conduct 
One-time requirement
Coaches must sign and submit this Coaches Code of Conduct form to their club administrator for their records.

 

6. Passed Age Level Rules Test 

Coaches must take and pass a US Lacrosse rules test for the age and gender they coach every year.

Age Level Rules Test (U8-U14 coaches should take the Youth test and HS coaches should take the HS test.

Send the certificate of completion to your club administrator for their records.

Click here for instructions on how to find and take the tests.

Helpful hints before taking test:

a) You will need your US Lacrosse Member ID to sign-on for the test.
a) Please listen carefully to the directions for completing the test. The audio portion is very helpful.
b) The test has multiple modules which are called "Rule 1", "Rule 2", and so on.  Each module has 1 or more multiple choice questions.  You must pass each module to earn your certificate.
c) The "Back to Menu" button will allow you to access the modules you have not yet completed.
d) Read each question carefully.
e) Read all choices before selecting your answer.
 

Instructions for registering to be a coach (PLEASE READ THROUGH):

  1. Establish current US Lacrosse Membership. If you do not have current US Lacrosse membership the screen will redirect you to complete this at the US Lacrosse website. You will not be able to proceed with your Skyline registration until you establish US Lacrosse membership.
  2. Once you establish your membership you will need to complete a background check. DO NOT do this through the US Lacrosse website. Instead, go back to the Skyline website and continue to register to be a coach. You will be prompted to complete your background check through the Skyline website.
  3. When you have completed your background check, you will need to redirect back to the Skyline website to complete your coaches registration.
  4. If you have any trouble please email here.


*If you have already completed PCA and US Lacrosse Level 1 training, please have your card or certificate handy during the registration process as you will be required to enter the dates of completion.

All fees will be reimbursed by Skyline Lacrosse Club. Please submit receipts for required completed programs within one week of completion.

All coaches will be required to carry an official Coaches Card issued by the NCJLA on their person during games. No person will be allowed on the sidelines with the team during a game without a Coaches Card. Coaches cards will be issued prior to the start of games in the spring.

If you wish to complete a US Lacrosse Coaches Training Course above Level 1 please contact your coaching coordinator Joanne Cain to arrange for reimbursement.

Opened: 10/15/2019

2020 Coaches Registration (18 and older)

All coaches, head and/or assistant, must register to be a coach for the 2019-2020 season. The NCJLA reviews the following seven requirements for every coach and assistant coach and issues laminated "NCJLA Certified Coach" cards that coaches are required to wear on a lanyard around their necks while on the field for games.

  • Cleared background check
  • PCA online course or workshop
  • US Lacrosse Level 1 online course
  • US Lacrosse membership
  • Signed Coaches Code of Conduct
  • Passed Age Level Rules Test
  • Concussion Certification

NCJLA Requirements Detail
1. Cleared Background Check*
NCSI is valid for one or two years, depending on contract, other services vary
US Lacrosse and the NCJLA recommend the National Center for Safety Initiatives (NCSI).  Other equivalent services are acceptable for NCJLA Certification.  To be US Lacrosse certified, coaches will need the NCSI clearance. US Lacrosse has negotiated reduced fees with NCSI for local lacrosse programs.  For more information from US Lacrosse on NCSI services, click here.  When reporting an NCSI background check clubs are to list the expiration date rather than the completion date.  

*Coaches under the age of 18 are not required to undergo a background check.

2. PCA 
One-time requirement
Coaches may take the PCA online course or in-person workshop, “Double Goal Coach: Coaching for Winning and Life Lessons.”

3. US Lacrosse Level 1 Online Course
One-time requirement
All coaches must complete a free US Lacrosse Level 1 online course, unless the coach has coached at the CIF (or equivalent from another state), collegiate, or post-collegiate level. 

4. US Lacrosse Membership
Renew annually, and valid through the end of the season
Go to http://www.uslacrosse.org to establish or renew membership.

5. Signed Coaches Code of Conduct 
One-time requirement
Coaches must sign and submit this Coaches Code of Conduct form to their club administrator for their records.

6. Passed Age Level Rules Test (Annual Requirement)

Coaches must take and pass a US Lacrosse rules test for the age and gender they coach every year.

Age Level Rules Test (U8-U14 coaches should take the Youth test and HS coaches should take the HS test.

Send the certificate of completion to your club administrator for their records.

 

Girls Coaches:

U8-U14B coaches should take the USL Youth test

U14A and HS coaches should take the NFHS test

Boys Coaches:

U8-HS Varsity coaches should take the NFHS test



Click here for instructions on how to find and take the tests.

Helpful hints before taking test:

a) You will need your US Lacrosse Member ID to sign-on for the test.
a) Please listen carefully to the directions for completing the test. The audio portion is very helpful.
b) The test has multiple modules which are called "Rule 1", "Rule 2", and so on.  Each module has 1 or more multiple choice questions.  You must pass each module to earn your certificate.
c) The "Back to Menu" button will allow you to access the modules you have not yet completed.
d) Read each question carefully.
e) Read all choices before selecting your answer.
 

Instructions for registering to be a coach (PLEASE READ THROUGH):

  1. Establish current US Lacrosse Membership. If you do not have current US Lacrosse membership the screen will redirect you to complete this at the US Lacrosse website. You will not be able to proceed with your Skyline registration until you establish US Lacrosse membership.
  2. Once you establish your membership you will need to complete a background check. DO NOT do this through the US Lacrosse website. Instead, go back to the Skyline website and continue to register to be a coach. You will be prompted to complete your background check through the Skyline website.
  3. When you have completed your background check, you will need to redirect back to the Skyline website to complete your coaches registration.
  4. If you have any trouble please email here.

7. Concussion Certification (Annual Requirement)

Renew annually, and valid through the end of the season

Each coach and club administrator (who would be an authority on a playing field) shall be required to successfully complete the online concussion and head injury education offered by the Center of Disease Control before supervising an athlete in an activity sponsored by the NCJLA. The online course can be found HERE. Individual clubs must document the certificate of completion (including issue and expiration dates) for their personnel. The completion dates should be included on the coaches' certification rosters that are submitted to the NCJLA webmaster.


*If you have already completed PCA and US Lacrosse Level 1 training, please have your card or certificate handy during the registration process as you will be required to enter the dates of completion.

All fees will be reimbursed by Skyline Lacrosse Club. Please submit receipts for required completed programs within one week of completion.

All coaches will be required to carry an official Coaches Card issued by the NCJLA on their person during games. No person will be allowed on the sidelines with the team during a game without a Coaches Card. Coaches cards will be issued prior to the start of games in the spring.

If you wish to complete a US Lacrosse Coaches Training Course above Level 1 please contact Joanne Cain to arrange for reimbursement.

Opened: 10/15/2019