RefCam – Braveheart

We finally had great weather for lacrosse games today, and what a great set of games to start us off!

The first two games of the day ended in a Braveheart, which is an overtime alternative. Two players from each team take the field, a goalkeeper and a midfielder. The two middies face off and go one-on-one, full field until one scores. Whoever scores first wins the game for their team.

The video below is a project I am really excited about unveiling: RefCam! RefCam allows players and fans to see the game from the official’s perspective. So today, you are right in the thick of the Braveheart action! To see the video at the highest quality, please select 720p from the video menu below.

Thanks to all of the players and coaches who fought hard. You guys made it an awesome day, bring it again next weekend!

Cheers,
Gordon

About Lou Corsetti

Gordon is a born lacrosse official who played for ten years before realizing he'd much rather ref the game than play it. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia and officiates youth, high school, and collegiate men's lacrosse games all over the southeast. His passion is educating and training officials, coaches, players, parents and all other fans on the rules of lacrosse, it's history, and how best to develop lacrosse in new areas.

5 thoughts on “RefCam – Braveheart

  1. Gordon

    Bo,

    RefCam is pretty sweet. Over the summer we will introduce PlayerCam, where fans can see the game as the players do.

    Cheers,
    Gordon

  2. Gordon

    Charlie,

    The shades actually cut down on glare, but I only use them during youth games. Sun glasses are not allowed for officials to use in JV or Varsity games in Georgia.

    Cheers,
    Gordon

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