Return to Play:
Need To Knows
** RETURN TO PLAY IS 100% VOLUNTARY **
Stuart Lacrosse will follow the 5/28/2020 US Lacrosse
COVID-19 Return to Play Recommendations
RETURN TO PLAY REGISTRATION IS OPEN ONLY TO RETURNING SPRING 2020 STUART LAX
and SMS BOYS LAX PLAYERS 8+ YEARS OLD
- All eligible returning players MUST complete a new FREE online registration @ at www.StuartLacrosse.com. If you weren’t previously signed up for either Stuart Lacrosse or SMS Boys Lacrosse before lacrosse was suspended due to COVID-19, then you are not eligible to participate. No Walk-Up Registrations allowed.
- Required face masks for staff, coaches, referees and designated adults serving as hygiene support for all practices and activities. Athletes may wear a face mask during lacrosse activity. Face coverings should cover nose and mouth.
- Players must bring their own water supply (bring more than you think you’ll need!). Club will not be able to provide any water and facility water fountains will be off limits.
- The club will set up a “station” for hand sanitizing before, during and after activity. The station will have sanitary wipes and hand sanitizer on hand during all practices and games.
- No spectators (including parents) are allowed on or near the field during lacrosse practices or activities (emergency exception). Parents should stay in vehicles during lacrosse activities. *This is to minimize the number of people on the fields at the same time.
- Guy Davis Field East Gate Entrance = Player Carline Dropoff. Players are to arrive dressed and ready to practice/play.
- Players and spectators to arrive no earlier than 15 minutes prior to the beginning of their scheduled activity, and to plan to depart the facility no longer than 15 minutes after the activity concludes.
- Guy Davis Field North Gate = Player Pickup (after practice).
Check-In/Check-Out of Players, Coaches, Referees and any other volunteers:
>> ** Please Stay Home if you feel sick **
>> Body temperature of all entrants will be taken using an infrared thermometer. Anyone with a temperature of 100.3 degrees or more will be sent home until evaluated by a licensed medical professional before being cleared to participate/return.
>> The Club reserves the right to refuse entrance to anyone it feels may have or has been exposed to any illness including COVID-19. Our goal in reopening is to provide lacrosse play as safely as possible for everyone.