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2019 LaX RoX Lacrosse Tournament
02/12/2019
LaX RoX Winter Invitational Lacrosse Tournament February 22nd –...
Girls Lacrosse Equipment Starter Package
09/27/2017
The Bingham Lacrosse program is offering an equipment starter...
ARE YOUR GOGGLES LEGAL?
09/26/2017
US Lacrosse has changed the requirements for goggles for the 2017...
JV Team Pictures
04/07/2016
Varsity Photos
03/22/2016
Thank you to Marc Gibson for all the photos
 
2019 LaX RoX Lacrosse Tournament

LaX RoX Winter Invitational Lacrosse Tournament
February 22nd – 23rd, 2019 

This year our Bingham Girls are traveling to St. George, Utah to participate in the
2019 LaX RoX Invitational Lacrosse Tournament. 
Games will be played on Friday and Saturday at 

Sullivan Soccer Park
965 S Washington Fields Rd
Washington, UT 84780

For more information and team schedules click here


by posted 02/12/2019
Girls Lacrosse Equipment Starter Package

The Bingham Lacrosse program is offering an equipment starter package at a great price. The package includes a complete stick, goggles, mouth guard, and a ball for $85.  Purchased separately from a local retailer, these items would cost more than $110.  These sticks should last through their high school years.

Items may be purchased individually at the discounted rate.

If you are interested in purchasing one of these packages, or would like more information please contact Mike Barney 801-831-8113.


posted 09/27/2017
ARE YOUR GOGGLES LEGAL?

US Lacrosse has changed the requirements for goggles for the 2017 season.

Effective January 1, 2017, girls eyewear must meet ASTM Standard 3077 to be deemed legal for play.  Previously, eyewear that met either the ASTM Standard 803 or 3077 have been allowed. Please see the link below for a list of eyewear that meets the current standard:

http://www.uslacrosse.org/safety/equipment/approved-eyewear-list

WHY was this change implemented? The eyewear standard change was announced several years ago and has been in the rulebook for a couple years to help phase in the implementation.  It is not uncommon for ASTM to update its standards after several years.  The long implementation is common for equipment changes and something US Lacrosse works with the NFHS to phase in in order to not create a budget impact. 

In this particular instance, the 3077 standard reflects two changes.  One, the 803 standard was not sport specific so for example, a consumer could mistakenly get eyewear that met 803 but not for lacrosse.  Secondly, the testing protocol was changed specific to our sport and arguably to better test for the sport and safe play.    Most manufacturers have taken their current products and had them retested to the standard. US Lacrosse recommends that you reach out to the specific manufacturer of your goggles if your model is not listed and see if they have plans to retest.


posted 09/26/2017
JV Team Pictures

by Jon Elmen posted 04/07/2016
Varsity Photos

Thank you to Marc Gibson for all the photos


by Jon Elmen posted 03/22/2016