We need your help to ensure our success! Please review the info below and choose your volunteer position during the registration process.
Coach/Assistant Coach – Parent or age appropriate student, ideally with lacrosse and/or coaching experience interested in learning and teaching the sport of Lacrosse within the parameters of the Positive Coaching Alliance and Delta Breeze Lacrosse Association guidelines. Also directs players and coaches from sidelines.
Team Manager, Snacks and First Aid – This can be a shared position! Primary coordinator for team support. Recruits other team parents for key tasks and fills in where necessary. Assures coaches have necessary support. Is the primary contact person for the parents for any schedule changes and relays messages as necessary via email, web site and/or voice mail. Follows pre-game protocol which can be found on the NCJLA website.
Team Equipment Manager – Maintains, stores, delivers and retrieves team score table and chairs. Assures goals are unlocked and available for the game and properly locked and stored after the last game. Informs DLA Equipment Manager if equipment repairs or replacements are necessary.
Scorekeeper – Keeps official score. Should be at field 20 minutes before the game to set up and log names and numbers of players. Hands score sheets to coaches at the end of the game. Maintains and brings scoring equipment to the field, e.g., score pad/score sheets, pens, air horn, portable score board, time clocks and field cones. May need to coordinate with scorekeeper from the same division if equipment is shared. The scorekeeper should be familiar with the rules of YOUTH field lacrosse and NCJLA rules adoptions/modifications which can be found on the US Lacrosse website (boys and girls) and NCJLA’s website Key Documents page respectively as well as referee hand signals.
Timekeeper - The timekeeper is responsible for keeping the time of both the game and any penalties called. Since there are rarely scoreboards at most of the fields where field lacrosse is played, there must be more communication between the timekeepers and the referee to ensure the game is timed correctly. The timekeeper may also be responsible for using the air horn as needed.
Transportation Coordinator – Prepares transportation packet which includes game schedule and locations, maps/directions to away games, and medical release forms for every player. Obtains and maintains copies of driver information and insurance cards for all team registered drivers. Sets and informs parents of departure times and locations. Enforces DLA policy that only parents may drive players.
Team publicist – Takes notes and photos of games. Provides written report and photos for submission to The Davis Enterprise and/or to the DLA Publicity Manager.
Team Web Manager – Posts information on team webpage at the request of the Team manager or coach.
General volunteer – Available for fundraising functions, e.g., cook, serve or run cash box at fund raising barbeque; deliver flyers to schools; trash patrol; assist Committee Chairs and Managers as requested/needed.