Oregon Girls Lacrosse Association is responsible for managing league/statewide policies, scheduling and organizing league activities to ensure a safe and fair environment, and promoting the spirit and sportsmanship of the game of lacrosse for high school girls.
1. To provide high school girls in Oregon with the opportunity to play the game of lacrosse by overseeing member team (requirements) to ensure players receive fundamental skills and to promote the spirit and sportsmanship of the game of lacrosse.
2. To foster the growth of the game by providing guidance to new programs and reaching out to programs struggling with numbers.
If you have questions about starting a team, officiating, league rules, policies, procedures, or would like to be involved with league activities, please contact us and we will generally respond to you within 24 hours.
If you have a comment or concern about a game, its officiating, or the conduct of a particular team, coach, or player, the appropriate procedure for voicing these concerns is to contact your head coach. Please DO NOT contact OGLA directly. Please consult our OGLA Manual for official grievance procedures.