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Bring Your Whole Team To Compete In Our Brine Cup League.

The Brine Cup is a new twist on our All American Lacrosse Leagues and is designed for the most competitive teams and players in the state. Each team plays a round-robin series over the first weeks of our schedule; the last  two weeks are devoted to playoffs.  There is one game per week scheduled during normal league times for each division.  There will be a winner crowned in each division; members of the winning team will each receive ultra cool prizes from All American and Brine.  Here's how it works:  
  • Register your team by contacting All American.  Coaches and or schools subject to MHSAA oversight are prohibited from organizing teams. You may bring your own coach if that person has completed a minimum certification of U.S. Lacrosse Level 1. Teams must have a minimum of 13 and a maximum of 18 players on the roster.  You must have a goalie.
  • Everybody on your team must register as an individual.  All you need to do is include the school you attend.  We'll automatically group you together.
  • We will keep standings and post them each week on this website.
  • Teams will play a round robin and be seeded for the playoffs; The top four teams will play for the championship.  Each team gets 8 games guaranteed in Session 2 (Winter).
  • The Brine Cup is for High School Varsity only.
  • Games will be played on Saturday afternoons per the usual All American Girls High School schedule..
  • Certified MWLOA Officials for every game.
  • Games are played at Ultimate Soccer Arenas
  • Registrations will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Games are 10v10 format (3 attack, 3 defense, 3 midfield, 1 goal); two 25-minute halves.

Welcome to the Brine Cup Girls High School Varsity Challenge

Teams will compete for the championship this Winter Session 2 at All American Lacrosse.  Scores and standings will be kept each week and will be posted here.  The first 6 games will count as qualifiers for the playoffs.  Then, there will be playoff games  the final two weeks culminating with the championship on the last Saturday of play for the session.  The top four teams will be eligible for the championship.  The other teams will play consolation rounds in the last two weeks to determine their final standing in the league.  Every team gets 8 games in Session 2 (Winter).  Here are the rule highlights:
  • 5 points for a win, 2 points for a tie, zero points for a loss
  • Seeding will be based on points at the end of the first six weeks.