Legends Chrome Classic

Taking place at the Warhill Sports Complex in Williamsburg, VA, the Legends Chrome Classic caters to boys Elite Club programs. This tournament is open to teams ranging from 2025 – 2033 graduation years. Teams will play both Saturday & Sunday and compete in 5 games throughout the weekend with a champion being crowned per division.

Additional Details:


age guidelines



The Tournament Schedule will be posted the week of the event!

For Travel Purposes, Teams should be prepared to play by 7:30 am each day and end on Sunday by 4pm.

Any schedule requests must be submitted in writing to events@legendslax.com at least 30 days prior to the start of the tournament.  Schedule requests are not guaranteed but Legends will do our best to accommodate if received within the timeframe. 

Field Map

Facility Rules

  • No Dogs (service dogs allowed)
  • Tents allowed OUTSIDE of fenced fields.  No tents INSIDE the fenced fields


Attending Recruiters

2024 Recruiters Coming Soon!
**recruiters will be added as they confirm!

2023 Recruiters Below for Reference Only!

Albright College Men’s Lacrosse
Alma College
Alvernia University
Arcadia University
Averett University
Barton College
Bellarmine University
Berry College
Birmingham-Southern College
Chatham University
Chowan University
Christopher Newport University
Dickinson College
Fairfield University
Ferrum College
Goucher College
Greensboro College
Guilford College
Hampden-Sydney College
High Point University
Hood College
Lees-McRae College
Lenoir-Rhyne University
Lynn University
Methodist University
Newberry College
North Central College
North Central College
North Greenville University
Ohio Wesleyan University
Saint Leo
Shenandoah University
St Bonaventure
St. Marys College
Tusculum university
University of Alabama in Huntsville
University of Montevallo
University of Mount Olive
Ursinus College
Virginia Military Institute
Virginia State University
Virginia Wesleyan University
Wingate University


2022 Recruiters Below

Aurora University
Chowan University
Christopher Newport
Cornell College
Ferrum College
Hampton Sydney
Hendrix College
High Point
Hood College
Lees-McRae College
Lenoir-Rhyne University
Lincoln Memorial University
Mars Hill
Misericordia University
Newberry College
Ohio Wesleyan University
Pfeiffer University
Queens university of Charlotte
UMass – Lowell
University of Alabama in Huntsville
University of Montevallo
University of Richmond
University of VA
VA State
Virginia Military Institute
Virginia Wesleyan University
Shenandoah University

2021 Recruiters Below for reference only!!
Recruiters will be added as they confirm!

Arcadia University
Averett University
Barton College
Bridgewater College
Catawba College
Chowan University
Florida Tech
Hampton University
Hampton University
Hartford CC
Holy Cross
Lincoln Memorial University
Mary Washington
Marymount University
NC State University
Randolph College
Randolph-Macon College
Robert Morris University
Shenandoah University
Southern Virginia University (SVU)
St. Andrews University
St. Vincent
University of Mount Olive
Virginia Wesleyan University
Washington & Lee
Washington College
William Penn University

2020 Recruiters below for reference only!

Albright College
Alderson Broaddus
American International College
Bridgewater College
Cairn University
Centenary University
Christopher Newport
Eastern University
Farleigh Dickinson U
Goucher College
Hood College
Immaculata University
Marymount University
Messiah University
Misericordia University
Neumann University
Newberry College
Nuemann University
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Sage Colleges
St. Andrews University
St. Mary’s College of MD
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stockton University
Swarthmore College
Tusculum University
University of the Cumberlands
Utica College
Washington College
Wesley College
Westminster College
Wilkes University
Wilmington University

This event is STAY TO PLAY!  Hotels coming soon!

Tournament Rules


*Coaches will certify their players are properly equipped

Scoring and Time

  • Refs keep game time
  • Table keeps score and penalty time

Tournament Play – Pool Play (Saturday Games)

  •  2 – 21 minutes halves
  • 3- minute halftime
  • 3 game guarantee (Pool Play)
  • No Timeouts
  • No Overtime
  • 2023 NFHS Rules with modifications below
  • 2024 & 2025 Divisions – SET SCHEDULE BOTH DAYS

Playoff Rules (Sunday)

  •  2 – 21 minutes halves
  • 3- minute halftime
  •  Playoff Games…
  • Teams are awarded (1) one minute time-out per team in Regulation Time
  • The clock will stop. Timeout does NOT roll over to OT.  No timeouts in OT
  • Timeout can be called when the team calling the timeout is in possession of the ball, anywhere on the field
  • Overtimes will begin immediately and be decided by sudden victory.  OT will have a Running Clock on all whistles.  The first goal scored wins the game.
  • Injuries
    • Any injury within 2 minutes and under that requires the game to be stopped, the clock stops with the injury.
    • Any injury with more than 2 minutes remaining when the game is stopped, a maximum of 1 minute will come off the clock to assess the injury before the clock is stopped


  •  No stick checks unless refs think a stick is outrageously illegal
  •  4 pole maximum on the field
  •  Mercy Rule
    • (applies to 2031 and below) Applied when there is a 5 goal deficit in pool play.  Teams down by 5 or more goals will get a free clear after each goal.  Coaches can agree to waive this rule.
  • Counts
    • 20 seconds to get over midfield and 10 second to advance into the box (Pool Play and Playoffs)
    • 2024 – 2030 Grad Years:  Clearing Counts.
      • No Counts – 2031/32/33 Grad Year and below.  Exception is a 4-second goalie count
    • Championship/Playoff Games Only:  The leading team must keep it in the box under 2 minutes if they are ahead by 2 goals or less.
      • If a score changes to 2 goals or less under 2 minutes the clock will stop and start with the whistles
      • If teams are ahead by 3 goals or more, the clock will remain running
  • Checking
    • Limited body checking in 2028 – 2032.  Big hits & physical play (even within three yards of a loose ball) constitute unnecessary roughness (90 sec penalty)
    • One handed stick checks are not allowed in any youth divisions (2031 and below)
  • Penalties
    • Penalties are running time starting on the whistle (45 or 90 seconds)  Penalty time stops during injuries, end of quarters and while another penalty is being assessed.
    • Penalty Time will be served at regular time, and not time and a half
    • Counts/Over & Back – Counts will not be enforced.  Exception is a 4-second goalie count.  No over and back
  • Boys 2033 SPECIFIC RULES (7 v 7)
    • 2 Attack, 2 Midfield, 2 Defense, 1 Goalie
    • Games will be played on a shortened field
    • No Poles
    • No Counts
    • Penalties will result in a change of possession and the offending player leaving the field.
    • One pass rule will only be enforced on faceoffs in the shooting teams offensive side
    • The clock will stop at or under 2 minutes in each half (playoff games only)
    • The clock will stop on each whistle during the last 2 minutes of each half (playoff games only)
  • If at 2 minutes or under time period for either half of the game and a team has a lead of 10 goals more, then the game clock will remain a running clock. If the score changes to less than a 10 goal differential at any point during the final 2 minutes of either half, the clock goes back to stop clock.


  • Game ejections are handled by the referees
  • Tournament ejections are handled by the tournament director (2 unsportsmanlike conduct penalties warrant ejection or 1-game suspension)


  • Win = 3 points
  • Loss = 0 points
  • Tie = 1 point
    • In the event that a team needs to play a 4th pool game in order to give a second team their 3rd game:
      •  The 4th game will be identified and acknowledged with a ‘*’ on Tourney Machine
      • The 4th game will not count for any potential points or Goals Against for the team playing their 4th game
      • For the team playing their 3rd game, the results will count for points and goals against
      • In the event that there is a tie breaker scenario, which includes a teams head to head being their fourth game, that has been identified with ‘*’ the head to head will NOT be applied.

Tie Breakers

If 2 teams are tied with POINTS:

  1. Head to Head
  2. Goals Against TOTAL
  3. Goals Against Common Opponent.  If multiple common opponents, take the sum.

If more than 2 teams tied with POINTS:

  1. If 1 team beat the other 2 teams – that team will advance and the second 2 will fall back into tiebreaker rules
  2. Goals Against Total
  3. Goals Against Common Opponent (only used if all teams played common opponent.  If multiple common opponents, take the sum)
  4. Coin Toss/Bravehart
    1. If a team is still tied after these tie breakers and is eligible for championship playoff bracket, a Braveheart may be used to determine who advances.  The tournament director will determine the scheduling of a braveheart based on fields and availability


  • All players must be registered and can only play for 1 team, unless approved by event director, in each event.
  • Unregistered players are considered ineligible for play and if found may result in a team forfeiting games and player ejection from event.
  • Any teams who are found moving players or playing with ineligible players will forfeit that game and possible any others already played.

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Event Policies


  • Medical – Player will receive a full refund only with Doctors Note
  • Player Conflict – Player/Team will receive a credit towards a future event (30 days out)
  • Travel Conflict – Player/Team will receive a credit towards a future event (30 days out)
  • If Legends Cancels a division – Full refund
  • If a situation occurs that is beyond the control of Legends (Force Majeure) credits will be assessed on a case by case scenario.



In the event of inclement weather or unplayable field conditions, Legends reserves the right to:

  • Reduce games to catch up with the schedule
  • Finish games before inclement weather arrives, or to preserve the fields
  • Reschedule games, if possible
  • Convert tournament to “Festival” format without playoffs or championships to provide most teams an opportunity to play as many games as possible

Every attempt will be made to update the changes and cancellations on the website.  However, the weather can change rapidly, and all teams should be prepared to play as soon as the weather clears, and fields are playable.  Should a tournament be on hold due to weather, the tournament organizer will send text messages/emails via the tourney machine app.  We HIGHLY recommend that all club directors, coaches and parents download this app on their phone so they can have the most up to date information.

If lightning is observed at any location:

  • play will be suspended immediately, and all teams must leave fields as quickly as possible. The safest location for people to relocate is in their cars.
  • Play will be allowed to resume 30 minutes after the last sight of lightning is observed. If a game is in progress:
    • If it is the second half of the game, the game will be considered final and the score at that point will be recorded
    • If it is the first half, when play resumes it will be the start of the second half
    • Every attempt will be made to begin subsequent games on time.

If the start of the second half of the suspended games delays the onset of the subsequent game the following actions may occur:

  • The game suspended will play one 20 minute running time second half
  • Subsequent games will begin immediately after proceeding games (teams will warm up on the sideline prior to the game)
  • Once games are back on schedule they will revert back to 21 minute halves

We will make every attempt to play event minute of every game but the safety of players and all tournament attendees comes first.

NO REFUNDS will be granted if these actions are necessary after the start of the tournament

Facility owners, not tournament organizers, have final say on whether the tournament will take place due to weather and field conditions

If the tournament is cancelled prior to the start of the event, a credit may be issued.  Final determination of refund amount will be on an event-by-event basis.  All events have fixed expenses related to field rental and facilities, set-up costs, insurance, personnel, and other matters regardless of cancelation due to weather.  Accordingly, no teams will receive full refunds of the registration fee if the tournament is canceled.



Free Agents must register online for the event that they want to participate

$25 placement fee due to Legends Lacrosse

How it Works
Once you have registered and paid your placement fee we will actively communicate with attending clubs/coaches to try and find a team that could use a Free Agent as a guest player.  We will do our best to place you on a team however, it is not guaranteed that you will be placed on a team

If you are picked up by a team…
Legends staff will connect you directly with the coach via email.  All Free Agents picked up by a team should expect to pay the teams per player fee (which varies from team to team.  This is something that will be discussed between players and coaches directly.)

If you are not picked up by a team…
The $25 placement fee will be refunded

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