About

About GWLUB

The Georgia Women’s Lacrosse Umpire Board (GWLUB) was founded in 2002 by a number of lacrosse enthusiasts in Atlanta in an effort to promote women’s lacrosse officiating in Georgia.

The GWLUB has four main goals:

  1. To provide game officials for the sport of women’s lacrosse, primarily at the high school level, in the State of Georgia
  2. To instruct and educate players, coaches, parents, and fans of the sport of lacrosse and the rules governing play
  3. To train, educate, and certify persons for officiating the sport of women’s lacrosse
  4. To promote the growth and development of the sport of lacrosse in the State of Georgia

GWLUB members officiate both Georgia High School Association (GHSA) contests and girls youth lacrosse games in Georgia. GWLUB members are independent contractors.

We have over 180 adults members and over 200 youth officials.  We serve the vast majority of GHSA programs as well as the majority of youth programs in the metro Atlanta area.