2019 Motor City Machine Registration Form
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Session #1 Introduction to Lacrosse Clinic (Oct. 6, 13, 209)
Session #2 Introduction to Lacrosse (Dec. 1, 8, 15)
Session #1 Fall Player Development (Sept. 15-Oct. 20)
Session #2 Fall Player Development (Nov. 3-Dec. 15)
5-6th Grade Tournament Team
7-8th Grade Fall Tournament Team
High School Fall Tournament Team
Introduction to Lacrosse (October 6, 13, 20)
Introduction to Lacrosse Clinic (Session #1 Oct. 6, 13, 209)
Introduction to Lacrosse (Session #2 Dec. 1, 8, 15)
Fall Train & Play (Session #1 Sept. 15-Oct. 20)
Fall Train & Play (Session #2 Nov. 3-Dec. 15)
5-6th Grade Fall Tournament Team
7-8th Grade Fall Tournament Team
High School Fall Tournament Team
Introduction to Lacrosse Clinic (Session #1 Jan. 12, 19, 26)
Introduction to Lacrosse (Session #2 Feb. 9, 16, 23)
Current or Previous Lacrosse Team or Club Affiliation
Date of Birth
Player is interested in playing
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High School Players Only - College Recruitment Preferences
To facilitate our assistance with your player in gaining next-level exposure, please enter all college lacrosse programs your player intends to consider for collegiate play and if you are open to other programs outside of your shortlist.
Training, Leagues and Team play require a Motor City Machine pinnie. Do you need a Motor City Machine pinnie?
Yes, please order me one.
No, I already have one.
Pinnies are for use at practices and training only. They are not team uniforms for tournament team or spring team play.
Team Uniform Number Request: (We cannot guarantee number assignments!)
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District of Columbia
Armed Forces Americas
Armed Forces Europe
Armed Forces Pacific
Home Phone Number:
Cell Phone Service Provider (for texts)
Optional (Additional) Email Address to send team communications
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION:
Emergency Contact Name
Relationship to player:
Emergency Contact Phone:
Please note any medical concerns for the participant (see also waiver requirements)
I have read and I understand this Agreement. I warrant that I have the right and the authority to execute this Agreement on behalf of myself and the Participant (if under the age of 18). I assume full responsibility for the terms and conditions of this Enrollment Agreement & Release, and will indemnify and hold harmless Motor City Lacrosse, LLC for any claims brought by or on behalf of Participants to this Agreement.
By indicating your acceptance, you understand, agree, warrant and covenant as follows:
MOTOR CITY LACROSSE ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT & RELEASE
FOR 2019 CALENDAR YEAR PROGRAM PARTICIPATION
The Participant desires to participate in the Motor City Machine Lacrosse program of Motor City Lacrosse, LLC (referred to herein as Motor City Lacrosse). This form is an important legal document. It is critical that you read and understand it completely. After you have done so, please print your name legibly and sign below. In this document, the term "Participant" includes both the on-the-field Participant and the parent or legal guardian, if Participant is under 18 years of age. Participation in the sport of lacrosse may result in injury or death to Participants. Participant desires to participate in the sport of lacrosse despite these risks. Participation in the Motor City Lacrosse program is expressly conditioned upon the following agreement by the Participant:
1. Participant assumes all risks of injury or death sustained while participating in the sport of lacrosse or while on or about the premises, and waives all liability against Motor City Lacrosse, their officers, employees and all affiliated entities.
2. Participant releases, discharges, indemnifies and holds harmless Motor City Lacrosse, their officers, employees, agents, officials, and all related entities, from any and all claims, demands or causes of action that are in any way connected with participation in the sport of lacrosse or use of the premises, facilities or equipment, and including any negligence on the part of East Side Lacrosse, their officers, employees, agents, officials and all affiliated entities.
3. Motor City Lacrosse is not responsible for Participant's fitness, abilities or equipment.
4. Participant represents and acknowledges that Participant has adequate insurance and agrees to assume full responsibility for any and all costs or expenses occasioned by an injury or medical need arising out of participation in the sport of lacrosse or use of the premises, facilities or equipment.
5. Participant acknowledges that during the course of their activities, Motor City Lacrosse may take Participant's photograph or film a video that includes the participant. Each Participant hereby grants Motor City Lacrosse permission to use any such photograph or video for use in materials promoting Motor City Lacrosse. Such use may include publication in program, general advertising, posters, flyers, television, internet, and any other vehicles that may be distributed or shown to or otherwise seen by large numbers of individuals and potential patrons of Motor City Lacrosse. Participant waives all rights to any financial remuneration of any kind.
6. I understand that Motor City Lacrosse reserves the right to remove any participant whose behavior is deemed disruptive to the best interest of the program or those interacting with the program with no refund of fees paid.
I pledge to Compete with Class and Honor the Game.
PARENT / PLAYER PLEDGE FOR THE 2019 LACROSSE SEASON
Motor City Machine Lacrosse welcomes you and your player(s) to the sport of lacrosse. Lacrosse has benefited from rapid growth in recent years. More and more people every day are learning to play America’s oldest – and fastest growing – sport. Motor City Machine Lacrosse is about having fun while learning the game. As parents, part of your role is to make sure that your child is enjoying her lacrosse experience. Be positive about your child’s participation. Encourage. Support. Volunteer.
Our Guiding Principles for Youth Lacrosse:
• Respect your coaches, teammates, opponents, officials and the fans
• Compete with heart, honor and hustle
• Honor the traditions of the game and respect the ancestors of the sport
• Have fun, be passionate and adhere to the spirit of the game both on and off the field
This season, as a parent or player, I pledge to Compete with Class and Honor the Game.
• I will honor the history of women’s lacrosse and commit to maintaining the core values of the game’s culture.
• I will recognize the value of safe and fair play by teaching, enforcing and playing by the letter and spirit of the girls’ game.
• I will practice and encourage good sportsmanship by demonstrating positive support for all players, coaches and officials at every game, practice or other girls’ lacrosse event.
• I will place the emotional and physical well being of the players ahead of any personal desire to win.
• I will support coaches and officials working with players in order to encourage a safe, positive and enjoyable experience for all.
• I will do my very best to make the sport fun for every participant.
• I will ask all family members and fans to be tolerant and inclusive by treating other players, coaches, fans and officials with high regard and respect.
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