• Under Armour

Fall Face Off


Youth, Middle School, High School


November 10 & 11, 2018


Diamond Nation, 129 River Road, Flemington, NJ 08822, United States

A Showcase Event and Tournament:


Girls Divisions:

Saturday, November 10, 2018

Graduation years 2019, 2020, 2021, 2025/2026

Sunday, November 11, 2018

Graduation years 2022, 2023, 2024

Fall Face Off 2018 Registration – Many Divisions are SOLD OUT!

  • $1,500.00 Team Fee
    • $400.00 non refundable deposit due at registration. Deposit required to hold spot for your team.
    • $1,100.00 balance due July 1st
Fall Face Off has sold out in early registration for the past 6 years.

To pay final balances, click here.


Tournament Format:

  • Saturday divisions following guidelines for college recruiting event
  • Player profile handbooks, including academic information, to be supplied to all college coaches in attendance. College coach viewing tower and college coach boxes on each High School field
  • All games will be on TURF FIELDS!!!
  • Certified officials and weighted brackets
  • All players must be members of US Lacrosse
  • Team Managers rate strength of team to optimize competitive level of pools in divisions
  • Onsite parking, indoor restrooms (Diamond Nation only), onsite concessions and vendors
  • Fall Face Off Partners with the 28 Days Project

Fall Face Off Game Schedule

Fall Face Off Schedule will be released in Fall 2018

College Coaches Click Here to Register to Recruit at The Fall Face Off 2018!

Clubs Attending:

2019 Division: ADK, Carolina Fever, Dew Lax, Queen City Stars, The Hill Academy

2020 Division:  Carolina Fever, Charlotte Style, DewLax, Legacy Lacrosse LI, Liberty Lax, Long Island Top Guns, Maryland United, Metro, Nor’Easter Lacrosse, Philly Blast, South Jersey Devils, South Jersey Select, STEPS Elite NJ, STEPS Elite Philly, T3 Elite Central, T3 Elite North, T3 Elite Shore, T3 Elite West, Team Elevate

2021 Division: ADK, Carolina Fever, Charlotte Style, Dewlax, Eagle Stix, FLG, Legacy Lacrosse LI, Liberty Lax, Long Island Top Guns, Maryland United, Metro, Nor’easter, Phantastix, Philly Blast, Queen City Stars, Revolution, South Jersey Devils, South Jersey Select, STEPS Elite Nj, STEPS Elite Philly, T3 Elite Central, T3 Elite North, T3 Elite Shore, T3 Elite West, Team 91, Team Elevate,

2022 Division: ADK, All American Aim, Carolina Fever, Charlotte Style, Dewlax, Eagle Stix, Legacy Lacrosse LI, Liberty Lax, Long Island Top Guns, Maryland United, Metro, Nor’easter Lacrosse, Phantastix, Philly Blast, Revolution Lacrosse, South Jersey Devils, South Jersey Select, Steps Elite NJ, Steps Elite Philly, T3 Elite Central, T3 Elite North, T3 Elite Shore, T3 Elite West, Team 91, Team Elevate, Xtreme


Final College Coach List at 2017 Fall Face Off

Albertus Magnus College
Albright College
Amherst College
Arcadia University
Arizona State
Babson College
Bard College
Becker College
Binghamton University
Boston University
Brown University
Bryant University
Bucknell University
Butler University
Campbell University
Canisius College
Catholic University
Cedar Crest College
Christopher Newport University
Coastal Carolina University
College of the Holy Cross
Columbia University
Connecticut College
Cornell University
Dartmouth University
Davidson College
DeSales University
Dickinson College
Drew University
East Carolina University
Embry-Riddle University
Endicott College
Fairleigh Dickinson University
Fairfield University
Felician University
Franklin and Marshall College
Fresno State
Furman University
Gardner-Webb University
George Mason
George Washington University
Georgian Court University
Georgetown University
Gettysburg College
Goucher College
Grand Valley State University
Gwynedd Mercy University
Hamilton College
Harvard University
Havenford College
High Point University
Hilbert College
Hofstra University
Holy Cross
Immaculata University
Jacksonville University
James Madison University
Johnson &Wales University
Juniata College
Kean University
Kent State
King’s College
Lafayette College
La Salle
Lehigh University
Liberty University
LIU Post
LIU Brooklyn
Lock Haven University
Lycoming College
Manhattan College
Marist College
Marywood University
Marquette University
McDaniel College
Medaille College
Mercer University
Mercy College
Misericordia University
Monmouth University
Monroe CC
Moravian College
Mount St. Mary’s University
Muhlenberg College
Pace University
Penn State University
Queens College
Queens College of Charlotte
Quinnipiac University
Ramapo College
Robert Morris University
Rutgers University
Sacred Heart University
Saint Joseph’s University
Saint Leo University
Seton Hill University
Siena College
Southern Connecticut State University
Stanford University
St. Bonaventure University
St. Joe’s University
St. Lawrence
SUNY Cortland
SUNY Old Westburg
SUNY Plattsburgh
Syracuse University
Temple University
The College of Wooster
The Ohio State University
The University of Pennsylvania
Towson University
Trinity College
UMass Lowell
University of Albany
University of Bridgeport
University of California Berkeley
University of Cincinnati
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Connecticut
University of Denver
University of Louisville
University of Michigan
University of New Hampshire
University of New Haven
University of Notre Dame
University of Richmond
University of Scranton
University of Vermont
Ursinus College
Villanova University
Virginia Tech
Wagner College
Washington College
Washington and Lee University
Wellesley College
Western Connecticut State University
Western New England University
Wells College
Wesleyan University
Widener University
Williams College
William Smith College
Yale University
Young Harris

The Fall Face Off lacrosse tournament is a US Lacrosse Pilot Sanctioned Event.

The US Lacrosse Sanctioning Program provides best practices for tournament operators in order to create a more safe and consistent event. Through the adoption of the Sanctioned Tournament Standards, tournaments commit to providing the best possible lacrosse experience.

All tournament participants must be current US Lacrosse members in order to participate. US Lacrosse membership numbers will be collected and verified when completing tournament waivers. If you are not currently a member, or your membership is set to expire during the event, please visit US Lacrosse to register.

All players are required to roster prior to the event.

When clicking the link below you will enter the player rostering and waiver process and also check who has completed this process for your team! Follow the instructions under Online Rostering and Waivering header.


Online Rostering and Waivering is NOW OPEN!

All players will be required to self roster prior to the event. The deadline for completion of each player’s roster/waiver is October 5.

Please be sure to have your jersey number and US Lacrosse number available when rostering. Additionally, high school players should have their GPA, ACT and SAT scores.

Players self-roster for this event and instructions are provided below.

• Click HERE to begin the roster process or https://t3.teamsportsinfo.com/t3-fallfaceoff-2018
• Look for the heading: Player Registration and Online Waiver
• Review the two options offered and select the appropriate option
• Click on graduation year or division that the player is playing in
• Select the team on which you are participating.
• Complete the required fields and submit your roster/waiver information

Completed rosters and waivers are due by October 5!


This year, T3 Lacrosse is offering Registration Saver insurance for Fall Face Off. No Refunds will be given by T3 Lacrosse in the event of injury/sickness.


T3 Lacrosse recommends and encourages you to purchase Registration Saver insurance to cover your registration investment for the upcoming Fall Face Off. Even if you have registered you may still purchase up to 10 days before the event. When completing the insurance registration, the individual athlete registration fee is $75.00. Please use this figure for insurance calculations.

To purchase event registration insurance, please visit Registration Saver.

  • Click on the “Apply Today” button in the menu bar
  • When choosing the Coverage Selection, select the “Tournament” option.
  • Complete the contact information fields under the “Get Covered Today” header.
  • In the Event Name field, add: Fall Face Off
  • Select “Next” to move onto the next page and continue to complete the requested fields.
  • Use the date your applying for coverage in the “Registration Date was Paid” field.
  • Select “Next” to answer additional questions regarding travel.
  • Continue to select “Next” to move through the registration process.

Your insurance coverage will be calculated and you will be prompted to provide payment information.

Injuries, sickness, inclement weather, traffic accident, job relocation, and layoffs are some of the perils that could prevent your child from participating in this tournament.

Registration Saver insurance can provide financial relief if this occurs. If you have any questions, please contact Registration Saver at 866.690.6859.


Diamond Nation

129 River Road
Flemington, NJ 08822


Important! Please Read Diamond Nation’s Cooler Policy!

Diamond Nation is an all turf facility. Teams are only allowed 1 cooler per team. Team coolers are required to be checked in at Diamond Nation headquarters, which is located directly inside the facility gates and will be tagged. Personal coolers are NOT allowed. Diamond Nation facility staff will check while entering the facility and personal coolers are not allowed inside. Waters should be put in players bags.  No drinks or food will be allowed on the turf playing fields other than water. Food will be available on site.


Important! Please Read Diamond Nation’s Cooler Policy!

Diamond Nation is an all turf facility. Teams are only allowed 1 cooler per team. Team coolers are required to be checked in at Diamond Nation headquarters, which is located directly inside the facility gates and will be tagged. Personal coolers are NOT allowed. Diamond Nation facility staff will check while entering the facility and personal coolers are not allowed inside. Waters should be put in players bags.  No drinks or food will be allowed on the turf playing fields other than water. Food will be available on site.


Tournament Rules and Regulations

  • All Divisions play 3 games on full fields.
  • Two 20-minute halves with 2 minute half time, and 3 minutes in between games.
  • All teams will play in flighted pools based on competition level that is chosen by the club rep when registering.
  • Central horn will be used to start all games, start half time, end half time, end game.


US Lacrosse rules will apply as it pertains to each age group with following tournament specific modifications:

  • Time outs will not be permitted unless there is an injury.  During an injury timeout, the clock will run.
  • 8 meter free positions will be played out if foul occurs before time expiries (at half or end of game). Player must go directly to goal, no pass and play ends with shot.
  • If the 8-meter is already in play when the game horn sounds, the game is done when the horn sounds.  The ball must cross the goal line before the horn sounds to be considered a goal.
  • Alternate possession – the team listed first on the schedule receives the first alternate possessions.
    • After initial possession is awarded, the possession will then alternate
  • Yellow and Red Cards will be in effect.
    • 1 yellow card – player must sit out for 2 minutes, running clock
    • 2 yellow cards – player must sit out remaining of game, but can play next game
    • Red Card (Player) – player must sit out the remainder of the game and the next game
    • Red Card (Coach) – coach is required to leave for remainder of the game

5th/6th Division Rules

  • Modified checking, and three second rule for good defense
  • 1 pass rule not used
  • 4 goal rule not used

7th/8th Division Rules

  • Full checking (US Lacrosse Level FC)
  • 4 goal rule not used

High School Divisions Rules

  • US Lacrosse Womens Rules will be used


Possession Rule

Players below the restraining lines on the draw may not cross the lines until possession has been established. Once clear possession has been established the official will call out “Possession!” at which time other players may cross the restraining lines. Players on the restraining lines are still permitted to move behind the restraining lines when the whistle blows, but they are not permitted to cross until they here “Possession!”


Kicking The Ball

Players are now permitted to kick the ball as part of field play on any non-shooting effort.   Kicking the ball into the goal is NOT permitted.


All coaches have complete responsibility for the conduct of their players, substitutes and spectators at all times. Coaching from the sidelines (giving direction to one’s own team on points of strategy and position) is encouraged, providing:

  • Each coach or substitute remains on their own half of the field between the substitution area and the restraining line.
  • No coach, substitute or spectator makes derogatory remarks or gestures to the umpires, other coaches, players, substitutes, or spectators.
  • No coach, substitute, or spectator uses profanity, participates in or incites any manner or disruptive behavior.
  • Officials have the right to stop a game at any time and to eject a coach based on their behavior, and the behavior of fans or players.
  • All ejections will be at the discretion of the tournament directors and their decision will be final


Inclement Weather Policy

  • We will play rain or shine. The fields are turf, so they will not close.
  • In case of thunder/lightning, all games will be suspended and fields will be cleared by sounding an air horn (three long blasts).
  • Games will resume 30 minutes after the last thunder/bolt was heard/seen.
  • Games will resume according to the actual time of the day – missed time/games will not be made up. Scores will be recorded as they stood when game ended as long as teams played at least 10 minutes.
  • Cancellation of the games is at the discretion of site managers, tournament directors and officials. Keeping everyone safe is our first concern. Partial refunds due to inclement weather are at the discretion of the tournament directors.

Fall Face Off Partners with the 28 Days Project!

The 28 Days Project is a non-profit with a simple mission to collect feminine hygiene products and deodorant to support girls and women in need. Being an all girls club, T3 believes this is a great opportunity to take part in and support a donation drive that benefits females only.

All tournament participants are invited to support the cause. Please read the following on how to get involved:

Bring donations to Fall Face Off and drop them off in the 28 Days tent (near the Tournament Headquarters tent located at Diamond Nation)

Vendor Village is organized and managed by MVP Team Gear.

If you are interested in vending at the Fall Face Off please contact, London Jones ().


2018 Vendors at the Fall Face Off


Dicks Sporting Goods is an official sponsor of Diamond Nation


Athletic Training is provided by:

JAG Physical Therapy


ConnectLAX and it’s onsite partner Touchline Video are the exclusive video provider for this event and it’s free digital coach book will be available for all participants.

ConnectLAX /Touchline Video combines professional, elevated filming (see hi-pods in video) and media promotion of recruits and teams that purchase video on its channels and those of its media partners. Save with pre-event pricing and their game film + highlight video packages.

Order Film as an Individual here

Order Film as a Team here


We are not a stay to play tournament. All hotels are recommendations only for your convenience!

You may book your rooms online through our travel agent, HBC Event Services.

Recommended Fall Face Off hotels

More hotel options will be added regularly!

If you have specific requests or have questions regarding the hotel reservation process, please contact Ashlie Spock, HBC Event Services at or 505-908-3429

What if it rains during the tournament?

Game play continues in the rain as long as the weather does not interfere with player safety. If there is thunder or lightning, all play is suspended for 30 minutes. Play may resume when the storm clears. The availability of shelter from rain varies by location.

If there is continuous heavy rain, facilities may close the fields. If fields are closed in advance of a tournament’s start time, an email and text alert will be sent to all registered players. An announcement will be posted on the homepage of the tournament website.

How are tournament schedules organized?

Each tournament is divided into brackets based on level of play. Team coaches are asked in advance of the tournament to rank their team’s performance level. This ranking is then used to determine the game day schedules.

When will the tournament schedule be posted?

Tournament schedules are posted as far in advance as possible. At the latest, a tournament schedule will be posted the week of the tournament.

How do I get to the fields?

A field map will be located on each tournament’s website that will have directions and specific locations of each field. Once at the field location, fields are marked with large blue and orange flags.

Can animals be brought to the tournament?

Many facilities have strict policies regarding allowing animals on the property. Diamond Nation prohibits non-service animals.

Do you have medical supervision at your events?

T3 Lacrosse contracts with certified medical trainers for every tournament. The trainer tent is located near the T3 event headquarters tent and is connected to field staff via radio. Trainers are provided access to golf carts to allow for a quick response to any medical emergency.

Can a team set-up a team tent?

Yes, T3 encourages teams to bring tents and make the most of the tournament experience. Diamond Nation enforces a strict one cooler per team policy and all team coolers need to be checked in prior to admission.

What type of footwear is recommended?

Diamond Nation has all turf fields so footwear appropriate for turf is recommended.

What activities are close to Flemington?

Below is a list of activities you can enjoy outside of tournament hours:

Other Questions?

If you have a question that is not covered here, please feel free to contact the T3 Lacrosse office at 908-766-4664.

This entry was posted in . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed.