Q. What divisions are at The Oregon Lacrosse Classic?

Boys Only
U-11, U-13, U-15, High School, High School Elite
We will accommodate all teams; if you are a grade based team please contact us and we will find the right fit for your team

DivisionCorrelates To...Grade June '15Rising Grade Sept. '15Age Cut OffHS Graduation Year
Boys U-11USL Boys U-114-55-6n/a2022-2023
Boys U-13USL Boys U-136-77-8n/a2020-2021
Boys U-15USL Boys U-157-88-9n/a2019-2020
High SchoolJunior Varsity9-1010-11n/a2017-2018
HS EliteVarsity9-1110-12n/a2016-2018

Q. What are the age requirements for The Oregon Lacrosse Classic?

HS Elite: This is a varsity level tournament. All players must be entering 9th through 12th grade in the 2015 fall academic year.

No High School graduates are eligible.

HS: This is a junior varsity level tournament. All players must be entering 9th through 11th grade in the 2015 fall academic year.

No rising seniors are eligible.

U15: All players must be 15 years old or younger on 8/31/2015.

U13: All players must be 13 years old or younger on 8/31/2015.

U11: All players must be 11 years old or younger on 8/31/2015.

Q. How do I register?

Only one person will register for an entire team and this person will serve as the main contact for all communication regarding the Oregon Lacrosse Classic. Individuals will not need to register but will need to complete the safety waiver in order to participate. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM. Registration questions/issues can be sent to

Q. Who do I contact with questions?

Please contact a Rhino staff member– or 971-255-1785.

Q. What is your refund policy?

If you cancel before March 1st you will receive a full refund of your deposit.  If you cancel after March 1st you will forfeit your deposit.  If for any reason you have to cancel your registration, you will receive 50% of your tournament entry fees minus the $500.00 deposit if you cancel before July 6th.  If you cancel after July 6th no credit or refunds will be issued.

Q. What do I need at The Oregon Lacrosse Classic?

Lacrosse Stick, gloves, pads, helmet, mouth guard, protective cup, cleats (no metal cleats) water bottle, sunscreen, shoe bag or small backpack, uniform, socks, and spending money for the Rhino Shop.

Q. Where and when is check-in?

Team check-in will be located at the Rhino Headquarters tent and opens at 8am on Saturday, July 25th. There is a Headquarters tent at both Big Sky Park and Fraley Ranch, check in at the location of your scheduled games.  All teams must be checked in one hour prior to their first game start time.

Q. My child has a medical condition, should I tell someone?

Please let our training staff know upon your arrival to the tournament at the Rhino Nation HQ Tent. There they can document the condition, handle any necessary medications, and be prepared should any medical issue arise.  Any medication they require during the camp needs to be turned in to the athletic training staff upon check-in.

Q. Do you have medical supervision at the games? What is your injury procedure?

There is certified sports medicine staff on site during all games . Injuries are evaluated by the on-site staff and their emergency protocol is followed. Parents are contacted when advanced  treatment is required (transportation to hospital – treatment at home)

Q. Is there food available at the tournament?

Yes! There will be several food vendors selling a nice array of  food and drink options throughout the day.

Q. Can I come watch my child play?

Yes! Parents are encouraged to come watch their child play during competition times.

Q. Will there be a tournament store?

Yes! The Rhino Shop and other vendors will be on-site throughout The Oregon Lacrosse Classic.

Q. Will there be outside vendors?

Yes, if you would like to become a vendor at the OLC send us an email at for more details.

Q. Is water provided on the field during each session?

Water is available on the field at all times. Players are encouraged to bring their own water bottles to the field and keep bottled water and sports drinks in their equipment bags.

Q. What happens if there is bad weather?

In the interest of ensuring participant safety, the Oregon Lacrosse Classic reserves the right to postpone, cancel, or shorten games due to inclement weather, especially lightning. If lighting or other hazardous weather is detected, the following mandatory procedures will be implemented:

A horn will sound three short blasts to indicate the need for all participants to evacuate the playing fields and return to their vehicles for approximately 30 minutes from when the last lightning or other hazardous condition is detected

Tents and equipment can be left at the fields until the storm delay is completed

Once the storm clears, five short horn blasts will denote 15 minutes until resumption of 

If the evacuation occurs during the first half of a game, the teams will return to play 
the second half of the game and the entire schedule will be delayed by the duration of 
the delay

If the evacuation occurs during the second half of a game, that game may be 
terminated and the score at the time that play was suspended will be the final score; the next round of games will be played when play resumes and the remaining schedule will be played on a delayed basis in its entirety.

No refunds will be issued for games that are cancelled for unforeseen reasons related to unsafe playing conditions.

Q. How do I contact my son during the tournament?

Please take down the phone number of your son’s head coach so you can get a hold of them in case of an emergency. The on site OLC phone TBD

Q. Do you have a Lost & Found?

If you’ve lost something during the tournament, please check with the Rhino Headquarters Tent at your respective venue.
If you find belongings please bring them to the Rhino Headquarters at your respective venue.
Missing something after the tournament please contact us.

Q. How do I get to Big Sky Park?

Big Sky Park and Sports Complex
Bend, OR 97701
Click here for directions

Q. How do I get to Fraley Ranch?

Fraley Ranch & Polo Fields
60580 Gosney Rd, Bend, OR 97702
Click here for directions

Q. How do I get to Powell Hour and Opening festivities at Troy Field?

Troy Field
Troy Field 686 NW Bond St
Bend, OR 97701
Click here for directions

Q. How far is Big Sky Park from downtown Bend?

Downtown Bend is less then 2 miles from the park.

Q. How far is Fraley Ranch from downtown Bend?

Downtown Bend is less then 8 miles from the park.

Q. Are pop up tents allowed at the venue?

Yes, pop up tents are allowed in the designated area only.

Q. Where can I park the car?

The main parking lot will be near the clubhouse and clearly marked. Parking at Big Sky Ranch will be tight. Please carpool if you can.  There will be overflow lots clearly marked with staff onsite to help you find a spot for the car. There should be ample parking available at Fraley Ranch.

Q. Will there be parking fees?

No parking fees at the Oregon Lacrosse Classic.

Q. Can I bring my dog?

Pets are allowed as long as they are on a leash. Please make sure to always pick up after your pet. Also, Big Sky park has an off the leash dog park on site so please feel free to utilize that as well.

Q. Are coolers and outside food/drink allowed?

Coolers are allowed and players are allowed to bring water, Gatorade, etc. to their
games. Alcohol is NOT allowed inside the tournament venues.