2020 COVID Info

The legal guardian of every player attending the UA150 must print and complete the event waiver. The UA150 COVID Waiver will be turned in at check in and can be found HERE.

In consideration for participation in the July 28-29, 2020 Under Armour 150, the UA150 and Robinson Sports is requiring complete compliance with new COVID protocols and formats. Although this summer’s event may be a somewhat different experience than prior years, providing the athletes an opportunity to return to the game they love in a safe environment is paramount. Keeping the athletes the priority will allow everyone at the event to engage in a level of mutual respect. We appreciate your patience and understanding greatly in this endeavor.

COVID Specific Event Format

Event Attendee Requirements:

  • Each player will be permitted to have only one family member outside of a vehicle at the facility throughout the event. This allows for social distancing on the spectator sidelines, which is required. Wristbands will be given to players for their one spectator at checkin. Any person not wearing the correct wristband on each day will be forced to return to their vehicle or leave the facility.
  • No outside spectators other than event staff and a player’s one family member are permitted at the facility.
  • It is REQUIRED that all event attendees wear facemasks to and from vehicles and while watching games. Athletes will not be required to wear facemasks during games. Attendees are required to bring a facemask with them to the facility for this purpose.
  • It is recommended that coaches, athletes, spectators and staff maintain social distancing at all times, with the exception being when an athlete is on the field playing in a game.
  • Athletes and spectators may not touch a game ball with their hands, but must instead use their stick.
  • Opposing teams are prohibited from post-game handshakes or crossing paths on the field after a game.
  • The vertical jump portion of Parisi testing has been eliminated due to COVID precautions.
  • No team tents will be permitted at the facility. No tailgating or congregating of teams will be permitted in parking lots. Teams may bring a tent to use on the sidelines during games only.
  • An additional COVID waiver must be signed by any coach and by the parent/guardian of the player attending the event. The waiver has been emailed to all athletes and can be found on the website as well.
    • The waiver will include requirements for players, coaches and family spectators to take their temperatures within two hours prior to entering the facility. It also includes requirements for players, coaches and family spectators to check for any COVID symptoms prior to entering the facility. Any person with an elevated temperature or exhibiting any of the COVID symptoms is NOT permitted to enter the facility, even if this means loss of opportunity to play in or view/games. Any person who has recently been exposed to someone confirmed to have COVID or exhibiting COVID symptoms within the 14 days prior to the event is NOT permitted to enter the facility, even if this means loss of opportunity to play in or view games.
    • Any person at the event who begins to exhibit COVID symptoms or an elevated temperature while at the facility must notify the main tent immediately and exit the facility.
    • Any person who is in a high-risk category as determined by the CDC, whether due to age or pre-existing condition, is strongly discouraged from attending the event.
  • Best practices in regard to frequent handwashing/disinfecting and not touching one’s face or others are required by all at the event.

UA150 and Robinson Sports’ Commitment to Attendees:

  • Game film will be provided to all college coaches, free of charge. Game film will be provided to 22 and 23 players, free of charge.
  • Water jugs at the fields will not be available. Players should bring plenty of extra water with them to the facility. Players should, of course, not be sharing water bottles.
  • Disinfectant will be available for players at the fields before and after games.
  • Lacrosse balls and scorekeeper tables will be sanitized throughout the event.
  • Coaches will not sign the scorekeeper’s book at the end of the game.
  • Food vendors will not be available. Coaches, spectators and players should bring their own food if needed and eat in vehicles whenever possible.
  • Portable bathrooms will be available at each facility. The bathrooms will be fully disinfected and serviced each evening. They will also be disinfected several times throughout each day by a professional cleaning service. Hand sanitizer will be provided in all portable restrooms. Those waiting in line must follow social distancing.
  • Staff will be wearing masks at all times.
  • Officials are not required to wear a mask while on the field officiating, other than when placing the draw. Officials will be using hand held electronic whistles.
  • All staff will be committing to the COVID attendee waiver requirements, temperature checks, etc. Any staff member exhibiting symptoms will NOT be permitted in the facility. Any staff member who has recently been exposed to someone exhibiting COVID symptoms or testing positive for COVID within the 14 days prior to the event will NOT be permitted in the facility. Any staff member who begins to exhibit COVID symptoms or a temperature while at the facility will leave the facility immediately.
    • Any person who is in a high-risk category as determined by the CDC, whether due to age or pre-existing condition, is strongly discouraged from attending the event.
  • Best practices in regard to frequent handwashing/disinfecting and not touching one’s face or others are required by all at the event.

Any person or team not following the above guidelines will be asked to leave the facility.

Thanks again for all of your support of the event!