To many people, lacrosse is just another sport. But to those who love the game, it is a way of life. Lacrosse is not just
At Halo LAX we want to ensure player and visitor safety by implementing the below guidelines. We are aligned with state and local public health guidelines regarding social distancing and gathering sizes.
Halo LAX understands that risk of exposure to communicable diseases cannot be 100% eliminated and has compiled the following guidelines and protocols to maximize the safety of all players, coaches, spectators, and tournament staff. These protocols are obtained from an extensive network that is the “Best Practices” set forth by health, safety, and government agencies. Halo LAX primarily used guidance from the CDC and State Health Departments as well as US Lacrosse.
General hygiene practices to reduce the risk of spread of infection, the following practices are recommended to mitigate transmission of communicable disease, including COVID-19.
Based on years of lacrosse administration and event management experience, Halo Lax stands ready prior, during, and after every tournament to revise these procedures with the latest information as needed to deliver the safest gameday and tournament environment possible. Our best practices and the exact methods for implementing these guidelines and recommendations may vary for Halo LAX.
Implementing these initiatives will require a coordinated and cooperative effort between Halo LAX, participating clubs/teams, coaches, players and parents, referees, and event staff. While Halo LAX is tasked to create and maintain a safe tournament environment, clubs/teams and parents are the only ones who can make the decision for their player/child to participate.
General Tournament Facility Sanitizing
Pre-Event Protocols: General Health & Safety
Game-Day Protocols: General Health & Safety
Pre & Post Game
Players, coaches, referees, and spectators must:
During the Game
Players & Coaches:
Post-Event Protocols: General Health & Safety
Clubs/Teams: Coaches & Coaches
Help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by doing your part. Be prepared by knowing our protocols and training your players, parents, and spectators before they arrive onsite.
DISCLAIMER: The health, safety, and welfare of all event participants is the top priority of Halo LAX. This plan is dynamic and a work in progress. It will be adjusted and updated regularly to reflect new information and guidance from federal and state governments, as well as health organizations, and lacrosse governing bodies. All communicable disease mitigation recommendations and best practices outlined within are intended to deliver the safest game day and tournament environment possible. However, following these guidelines does not eliminate 100% of the risk and potential for exposure.
By registering for Halo LAX, attending, and entering event facilities, all participants, including, but not limited to, coaches, players, parents, spectators, event staff, vendors, partners, medical and training staff, facility staff, public safety, and administrators agree to follow all national, state, local, and facility guidelines and assume all responsibility of risk in attending Halo LAX events. By entering the facilities where Halo LAX events are held, participants agree to indemnify Halo LAX, or its staff nor hold them responsible for any sickness or health conditions that may result from attending the event.