Disc Lacrosse Tournament

**dates listed here are registration deadlines, the actual game times will be scheduled after the deadline**

Disc Lacrosse is a mix between Disc Golf and Ultimate Frisbee.  Teams defend their own basket, while trying to score in their opponents basket.  

The tournament will take place March 29-April 8, at the Morris Recreation Center MAC.  This will be tournament format with each team getting two games during week one and then moving into a single elimination tournament the following week.  The deadline to register is Thursday, March 25.  Face coverings will be required according to the state mandate.

Teams will be comprised of five players per team, the maximum roster for each team is eight.  Spectators and extra players beyond the maximum are not allowed due to capacity limitations.

Rules can be found in the Handbooks & Manuals section

COVID 19 Modifications
  • Both teams will share a disc, it is recommended to not touch your face after utilizing any equipment.
  • Teams will come into close proximity with the opposing team due to the nature of the sport.  Teams will maintain physical distancing before and after each game.  
  • There shall be no celebratory contact between any participants.
  • Masks are required for all participants and staff where six feet of distancing cannot be maintained.
  • Games will have an additional 10-15 minute window to allow teams to leave and avoid contact with the incoming teams, as well as to provide ample time for sanitation.    

If you have questions or comments, please contact:

Katie Thomas
Assistant Director of Intramural and Club Sports

Elijah Boudreau
Graduate Assistant of Intramural and Club Sports

Thursday, March 25

Morris Recreation Center, MAC
2350 Hwy 24, Commerce, TX 75429

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Campus Recreation, Intramural Sports


Events for Students, Events for Faculty & Staff



Campus Recreation


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Katie Thomas

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