The UA150 is an application based invitational consisting of a tournament play portion and a combine testing portion.

Application Process:

  • The application process is open to all girls' lacrosse players within the 2025 and 2026 graduation years.
  • The application period will open October 5, 2022 and close at 11:59pm EST on January 10, 2023.  Interested candidates must submit an in depth online application through the UA150 website.  Candidates are encouraged to be extremely thorough in their submission and include film highlights if possible.
  • All applications will be reviewed extensively by a panel of UA150 experts and coaches.  The panel will select the top applicants in each of the 2025 and 2026 graduation years.
  • Selected top applicants will be notified of their official UA150 invitation on February 15, 2023.
  • Selected top applicants will have until February 22, 2023 to accept their UA150 invitation and pay their $625 fee, which covers the applicant's tournament play and combine testing during the event. 
  • The UA150 does not offer refunds for any reason, with the exception of a player's injury or illness.  A refund (less administrative fees) will only be considered with a certified doctor's letter received by UA150 prior to May 1, 2023.  No refunds of any kind will be honored after that date.  Please send all injury and illness related refund requests to   Canadian applicants will be eligible for a refund (less administrative fees) if the border between Canada and the US remains legally closed for nonessential travel and a refund request is made by May 1, 2023.

Tournament Format:

  • The UA150 will be held in the June 27 - June 28, 2023 at Gerstell Academy in Finksburg, Maryland.
  • Event checkin for players in both classes will be held on Monday evening from 6:00-8:00pm at Gerstell Academy.
  • Accepted athletes will be formed into balanced teams of approximately 19 players each.
  • Each team will be coached by collegiate level players and experienced coaches.
  • Teams will each play at least 6 games over 2 days in a round robin format with playoffs for the highest two teams in each grad year division.
  • Games will be full field 12v12.
  • Games will be 38 minutes running clock with a 2 minute halftime.
  • Games will be officiated by certified officials and will follow all IWLCA and US Lacrosse rules and recommendations.
  • Rosters and results will be made readily available to college coaches.
  • COVID Protocols can be found HERE

Parisi Combine Format:

  • Speed and agility stations will consist of:
    • 40 yard dash:  The 40 is comprised of several different phases including the stance, start, first step, acceleration, maximum velocity and the finish.  Each phase must be perfected to obtain optimal results.  All athletes will start in a 3 point stance.  Athletes must be able to hold position for 2 seconds before running
    • 5/10/5 pro agility drill:  The 5/10/5 is a great measure of lateral agility, quickness and hip mobility.  More then any other test, the 5/10/5 helps coaches see an athlete's range of real world, game like movements such as the ability to accelerate, decelerate and accelerate again in a small space.  Athletes must touch each turn line for a valid score.
    • Vertical jump:  The vertical jump test measures an athlete's explosiveness in a vertical direction.  The test is a coordinated skill involving a rapid exchange between eccentric and concentric actions.  Athletes will not be allowed to run, jump or hop before jumping for the flags.
    • Hardest shot:  Using their lacrosse stick, each athlete will throw the ball as hard as possible into the net to determine speed and power.
    • Kneeling medicine ball throw:  Using a 2 kg medicine ball and starting in a kneeling position, the athlete will throw a chest pass as far as possible. The kneeling medicine ball throw is a great measure of upper body strength.  Athletes will be set up laying down with hips lined up to the start line.  Athletes will start at tall kneeling position. 
    • 200 yard shuttle:  The 200 yard shuttle is a great measure of sport specific conditioning.  The athlete will sprint 20 yards (20 yards down, 20 yards back) 5 times at top speeds.  Athletes must touch the lines with either their foot or hand at ever turn (except for start and finish) for a valid score.
  • Accepted athletes will rotate through speed and agility testing stations with their teams, but will compete individually.
  • Athletes will be tested at the beginning of one of the two UA150 days.  Athletes will NOT be tested when they are fatigued after game play.
  • Scores from the combine will be recorded and ranked among participants.
  • Scores will be made readily available to registered college coaches.