2018 Pipe City - Boys

The Largest Tournament in the Midwest
Jul 14-15, 2018
Pipe City is the largest lacrosse tournament in the Midwest. Nearly 600 games of lacrosse, over 6,000 athletes and 36 fields makes Pipe City the must attend event of the year. We balance our passion for lacrosse with the responsibility of supporting local charities, generating over $30,000 donated in 2017 alone. Register early, this event will sell out.

Official Boys 2018 Summer Series Rules

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boys - Age eligibility Requirements

2018 Division

Oldest players will have completed their Senior year of High School in Spring 2018.

2019/2020 Division

Oldest players will be entering their Senior year of High School in Fall 2018. No graduated Seniors allowed.

2020/2021 Division

Oldest players will be entering their Junior year of High School in Fall 2018.  No current Seniors allowed in this division.

14U division

Players must be born between 8/31/05 - 9/1/03.  Recommended for 7th & 8th Grade Teams.

12U division

Players must be born between 8/31/07 - 9/1/05.  Recommended for 5th & 6th Grade Teams.

10u division, 10U Division will play 8 v 8 (2 attack, 3 midfielders, 2 defensemen, 1 goalie)

Players must be born between 8/31/09 - 9/1/07.  Recommended for 3rd & 4th Grade Teams.

 

PLATINUM: The best teams in their respective states, seeking to play against the top competition from around the country (New for Pipe City 2018 Only)

GOLD: Division intended for elite travel teams. Rosters typically comprised of players who fall on the older end of a given age bracket.

SILVER: An intermediate division comprised mostly of regionally competitive club teams.  Rosters are typically comprised of players who fall on the younger end of a given age bracket.

BRONZE: Beginner division with primarily community teams.  Rosters are typically comprised of players who fall on the younger end of a given age bracket.

OPEN: All teams are welcome and encouraged to play!

*Not all levels will be offered at all events

 

**Lacrosse America reserves the right to combine divisions**

Submitting Rosters

rosters, waivers, AND CHECK-IN are 100% online!

What does that mean?

All waivers and rosters must be completed online prior to each tournament. Check-in for every event will be completed via the PLAY LA Live App. Please note - coaches need to take care when entering jersey numbers.  Lacrosse America tracks all goals scored at all events and goals are connected to players by their jersey numbers.    

How do I begin with Rosters & Waivers?

It’s super easy! Follow the steps below or check out the full tutorial here.

  1.  Login to lacrosseamerica.com with the same username used to register your team

  2.  Click “Teams” on the sub navigation

  3.  Find your team and click “Create Your Roster”

  4.  Add players easily by uploading your .csv file or individual entry  (see tutorial for layout requirements)

  5.  Save your roster.  An email with the waiver will be sent to each player.

  6.  Make sure all players on your roster show up as rostered & eligible, and contact your parents to fill out the waiver if your players aren't!

  7.  Check-in your team starting 24 hours before your first game, via the PLAY LA Live App. Click here for the full team check-in tutorial.

  8.  Have a GREAT tournament!

 

Important Details About prePLAY & Check-In

  • Player waivers must be signed before the start of each event. All participating players must be valid & eligible, before check-in.
  • A roster must be uploaded for each event you are attending. You can copy over past rosters via the prePLAY system, but a roster specific for each tournament must be uploaded to the prePLAY system.
  • A team representative or coach must check-in their team in via the PLAY LA Live App, prior to the start of their first game or face possible disqualification from the event. The check-in window will open 24 hours before your first game.  You will log into the app using your Lacrosse America username and password.
  • A team representative or coach must have their player & coach credentials with them at all times during the tournament. Credentials can be in paper or electronic form and are considered final after your team is checked in.  You will receive an electronic copy of your credential after officially checking in on the Play LA Live App.

Event Snapshot

  • (2) 22-Minute Halves - Weather Permitting

  • 1-Day Tournament: 3 Game Minimum

  • 2-Day Tournament: 4 Game Minimum

    Championship Scheduling

  • Modified US Lacrosse Rules

    Online Rosters & Waivers

    Leader Boards and Real-Time Scoring

    PLAY LA App

 

 

Registration Options