Overview of the IMLCA
The Intercollegiate Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IMLCA) was created in 2004 to:
Develop among coaches a deep sense of responsibility in teaching, promotion, and maintaining the growth of lacrosse in accordance with the highest ideals of fair play.
Stimulate the development of quality leadership for lacrosse programs by recognizing professional contributions to the sport and keeping members informed of current coaching techniques and trends.
Identify and pursue issues relevant to lacrosse coaches and to the sport of lacrosse; and to provide a forum for the discussion of matters of interest to members of the Association.
Promote cooperative efforts with other professional organizations interested in the development of lacrosse and athletics in general.
The Board of directors is the chief elected body of the corporation. The Board represents the membership’s interest in the organization, and holds ownership of the corporation on behalf of the member institutions. The Board also is the guardian of the assets of the corporation and the policy setting body of the corporation.
Board of Directors
Board members are elected for three-year terms. They are not eligible for reelection after their term expires for another three years. The bylaws specifically identify Board members positions and rotations.
Minutes of the Board of Directors Meetings/Conference Calls