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THSLL Twelve Team DI Playoff Structure
District Champions and seedings are determined by each District, either by District Playoffs or by the best record at the conclusion of THSLL season play (tiebreaker if necessary). Method of determining District Champion must be decided before the THSLL Annual Meeting.
Teams A1 and B1 will be the top seed and home Team in the super regional tournaments.
- District Champions will control top 3 seeds.
- Teams 4-12 are seeded based upon the standings at the end of THSLL season play, and a predetermined serpentine pairing formula as noted below. Of the 12 Teams competing, there will be 4 Teams from each District.
- Teams 1-4 will get 1st round byes.
- Two Super Regional Tournaments with Saturday and Sunday format
- A predetermined format establishing game locations (North, South or Central Districts) rotates annually for the Super Regional games
- State Championship the following weekend with Semifinals on Saturday and Finals on Sunday
Each of the four (4) DII Districts will have four (4) teams qualifying for the regional tournaments.
- District seedings 1-4 are determined by each District following the conclusion of the regular season. The method of determining seedings must be decided within each district before the beginning of the regular season.
- The top seed within each district will be the host team for their respective regional tournament and will be responsible for organizing their regional tournament.
- The 16 qualifying teams are seeded based upon a predetermined formula as indicated below.
- The four (4) regional tournaments will follow a Saturday/Sunday format the weekend before the State Championship.
- Within each region, the #1 seed plays the #4 seed, and the #2 seed plays the #3 seed on Saturday. The winners of those games play each other on Sunday to determine the Regional representative team to play for the State Championship the following weekend.
- The State Championship on the following weekend will have the same structure, with semifinals on Saturday and the championship game on Sunday.
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All three governing bodies for lacrosse in the United States – US Lacrosse, the NCAA and the NFHS - have agreed to mandate that only balls marked as "Meets NOCSAE Standard" will be allowed....
PCA annually gives Double-Goal Coach Awards to 20 youth and high school sports coaches from throughout the U.S. who embody the ideals of the Double-Goal Coach, striving to win, while also pursuing the even more important goal of teaching life lessons through sports.
The award includes $250, a stunning trophy and recognition in PCA's website, newsletters and media campaigns. Any current head coach of any youth or high school sport in the U.S. with at least three years' experience is eligible for nomination.
Nominations may come from a school or youth sports organization leader, fellow coach, parent, athlete, friend or family member. Nominations are open through Dec. 31.
Click the link for the nomination instructions