July 9th & 10th, 2022
Prime Time Youth Summer Invitational
- Tournament Date: July 9th & 10th, 2022
- Graduating Years: Classes of 2026 - 2030
- Tournament Cost: $1,895
- Event Type Tournament
- Game Guarantee: 5 Games + Playoffs
- Event Format: Championship Style
- Location 1: Western Connecticut State Classes of 2026 & 2027
- Location 2: Onatru Town Park Classes of 2028, 2029 & 2030
Prime Time Lacrosse is excited to announce the date for our annual Prime Time Youth Summer Invitational Tournament at Western Connecticut State University & Onatru Farm Fields. The Prime Time Summer Invitational is one of the premier Youth AA tournaments in the country made up of the countries elite club trams.
This years event is for the graduating classes of 2026 (Rising Freshman), Class of 2027 (Rising 8th Graders), Class of 2028 (Rising 7th Graders), Class of 2028 (Rising 6th Graders), Class of 2029 (Rising 5th Graders) and Class of 2030 (Rising 4th Graders). Our event offers elite club teams the opportunity to compete in a championship format with 5 games guaranteed.
If you think your club has what it takes to compete with the best, email Prime Time Event Director Courtney Lewin at Courtney@PTLacrosse.com.
Committed Teams 2022
Hotels & Lodging
Athletes Hospitality has secured discounted rates at tournament approved hotels in order to accommodate the needs of all of the teams attending our tournaments.
All Prime Time Lacrosse tournaments will be STAY TO PLAY events so that any teams attending our events that are located 60+ miles away have to book their hotels through Athletes Hospitality in order to participate in our events. Athletes Hospitality will make sure that all teams are taken care of and in a hotel of their choosing. If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to Jason Vogel at JasonV@Athleteshospitality.com or by calling 914-402-8070
Next Level Video
2021 NCAA Rules Apply § Exceptions:
- There are NO Shot clocks of any kind ever.
- Dives are NOT allowed
- NO stick checks by refs unless requested by coach and any heads can be used still.
- Teams must clear midline in 20 seconds but there are NO shot clocks or touch it in requirements.
- Winning Team must ‘Keep it in the Box’ only in final 2 minutes of game if winning by 2 goals or less. 3 or more they do NOT have to keep it in. Officials should count down from 10 prior to the two minute warning.
- FACE-OFFS: A standing neutral grip is required (no knee down)
Game Timing and Management:
- Four 11-minute quarters, 2 minutes between each quarter and half.
- One 30 second time-out per half (no timeouts in OT). A timeout is only allowed on a dead ball play,
- For games that end in a tie after regulation, there will be a 2-minute break between the start of OT followed by 4-minute sudden death overtime. If there is no scoring at the end of OT, the game will end as a tie. On Sunday during championship bracket play – games must be completed with one team winning (untimed overtime period).
- All penalties are running time starting on official whistle. The Field Manager at the table and official will BOTH keep running game clock and penalty clocks. If a dispute, go by table clock.
Playoff Tie-Breaker criteria:
- Overall record
- Head-to-Head (only if all tied teams have played each other)
- Head-to Head Goal Differential (only if all tied teams have played each other)
- Lowest Goals Allowed
- Highest Goals Scored
- Teams must submit their roster for the waiver process
- Please be aware that balls can and will fly from fields (shots or passes) and cause serious bodily harm. Do not sit directly behind goals or within reach of errant shots that could travel up to 100 yards from a goal.
Players, coaches, and spectators should exhibit the highest level of sportsmanship at all times. Coaches and officials should be partners in providing the best possible lacrosse experience for youth players. Unsportsmanlike conduct by coaches and/or players and/or spectators degrades the experience of youth players, discourages people from becoming or continuing as officials, and erodes the integrity and appeal of the sport. Therefore, unsportsmanlike conduct will not be tolerated. Obscenities need not be used in order for language to draw a penalty. Tone, intent, and body language can all contribute to unsportsmanlike conduct. US Lacrosse expects officials to enforce the Unsportsmanlike Conduct rules without hesitation.
No dogs allowed
For the League Apps Account Manager:
STEPS FOR CLUB DIRECTORS
- Log in to your league apps account here.
- On your dashboard, locate team(s) participating in at tournament(s): Prime Time High School Invitational.
- In second column under the team name, click “Invite Players.”
- On the next page, add one email address for each player in the top box.
- Send an invite to players!
- Repeat the above for any additional teams.
- If there are twins on the same team, send their invites to 2 different email addresses OR send to the same email address at different times.
- To complete roster and waivers, you will have to check that everyone on your team has completed their waiver.
- Hit Submit Roster
- Accept email invite from league apps Team Director.
- Click on “Accept Invite” in the email you receive from your Team Director.
- If you already have an League Apps account, log-in on the RIGHT SIDE of the page.
- If you do not have a League Apps account, create a parent account for yourself—PARENT—using the form fields in the middle of the page…DO NOT enter child’s information during this step!
- Once parent account is created, add your athlete to your account
- If you have more than one athlete participating, you will add the second athlete after the first athlete’s registration is complete.
- Complete all fields needed and accept all waivers.