US Lacrosse membership
Participants in Hot4Lax programs will need to have their US Lacrosse membership number available when registering. The online registration will ask for the registration number and the expiration date. The US Lacrosse number allows playeres secondary insurance should they have an injury from playing lacrosse. By having all participants as members of US Lacrosse, it also allows the teams and programs the ability to have liability coverage at the fields and facilities they rent and use.
- Insurance coverage
- Subscription to Lacrosse Magazine
- How-to videos, articles, clinics and more for players, coaches and officials
- Access to first-class playing opportunities
- Special member pricing for our annual convention
- Discounts on tickets to college and pro games
- Eligibility for grants and free resources to help you grow the game locally
- Members-only emails with special offers on gear, apparel and more
Indoor Lacrosse at BISC - Sunday November 6th through February 28th
Registration for Indoor lacrosse - You will need your US Lacrosse membership number along with a credit card in order to register.
We understand that situations arise that may change plans or make it difficult tomake all the sessions. Due to limited field availability, the need to reserve fields far in advance, administration costs and limited space for participants, partial refunds will be allowed within four weeks prior to the start date. No refunds are available once the program begins. However, if participants are unable to attend due to an injury, a portion of the program may be prorated and credit given to future or other programs.
No refunds on rentals after program starts. Rental fees can be used as a credit toward in house purchases if unused. There will be a cleaning charge of $25 because all of our equipment needs to be cleaned before it goes out the door.
Contact Robin Buckley with inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Concussion information and required forms
On April 2, 2012 the Wisconsin Legislature passed Act 172, a law requiring that all athletes, parents, and coaches participating in youth or High School athletic activity acknowledge by signature that they have been informed about the effects and symptoms of concussion before participating in the sport.