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Summer 2019 Tournament

10U Diamond Winner--Wayzata

10U Platinum Winner--Minnetonka

12A Runner Up--Rosemount

12B Platinum Runner Up--Inver Grove Heights

14A Diamond Winner--Prior Lake

14B Platinum Winner--Chisago Lakes

18U Winner--Champlin Park

18U Runner Up--Andover Gold

10U Gold Winner--Prior Lake Navy

10U Platinum Runner Up--Cottage Grove

12B Diamond Winner--ACYLA

12B Diamond Runner-up--Maple Grove

12B Gold Runner-up--STMA

14B Gold Champs--Hudson

14A Diamond Runner Up--Lakeville

14B Diamond Champs--Inver Grove Heights

10U Gold Runner-Up--Inver Grove Heights

12A Winner--Prior Lake

12B Platinum Winner--Centennial

12B Gold Winner-White Bear Lake

14A Platinum Winner -- Centennial

14B Gold Runner Up--Armstrong

14B Platinum Winner--Hudson

Welcome all to the MSLax Summer Tournament 2019

Dates: Friday August 2 to Sunday, August 4

Location: Heath East Sports Complex, Woodbury, MN

Check-In Information

All teams need to check in at the tournament headquarters 30 minutes prior to their first game by a team representative. Every team roster is required to be turned into our insurance company and every girl playing MUST be listed with a current US lacrosse number. The girls on your team have to have played the entire season with the team. Rules are listed on the web site for moving girls up or or non-team members playing with you.

Any other situations need to be approved prior to the tournament by the MSLax board. If it is determined by the MSLax Board that a team has played a game with players who are not rostered, the game will be considered a forfeit with a final score of 1-0. Only a team’s coach or manager will be allowed to discuss any issues that come up during the tournament. We will ask all other spectators to go to the proper representative for your team.

Tournament Rules

The tournament will be a “Pool Play” type format with a three-game minimum for each team. Scoring in the pool system is as follows: 2 points for a win, 1 point for a tie, and 0 points for a loss. If
there is a tie between more than two teams we will start with goals against, then goals for, then goal differential and finally a coin toss!

All levels will play 45-minute games. There will be two 20-minute halves and a 5-minute half time. Running time is used at all levels. Times may be adjusted if an injury takes place. Ties are counted as
a tie in the pool play rounds. Each team is allowed one 2-minute timeout if needed, but it will be taken from game running time and are not allowed during the last five minutes of play. One-minute
water breaks may be implemented if the weather dictates but no coaching is allowed during that time.

For championship games - Overtime rule is a 5 minute sudden-death overtime with the first goal winning the game. If a winner is not determined after the first overtime period, teams will have a 2
minute break and then start another 5 minute overtime. This will be continued until a goal is scored.


Please check out vendor village. Enjoy the food vendor options available including authentic Mexican, American favorites and Rita’s Water Ice! Don’t forget to purchase your tournament t-shirt!

Interested in becoming a goalie? Stop by the vendor village and meet Gary Gregus. Try out the position and discover a hidden talent.