Gary Alabaster - NILOA Vice President
36 years – 36 years post-high school
Crew Chief on two MCLA Division 1 Championship games
Crew chief on three MCLA Division 1 Semi-final Championship games
Crew Chief on at least 10 Western Collegiate Lacrosse League (MCLA) Championship games
Crew Chief on at least 10 Western Collegiate Lacrosse League Semi-final Championship games
Officiated many California Interscholastic Section championship, semi-final and quarter-final games
Official in the MLL in 2008 (when games were being played in California)
Officiated at least 10 California Post College Club State Championship games and 20 Northern California Post College Club League Championship and 20 Northern California Post College Club League Semi-final Championship games
Crew Chief on at least 10 Lake Tahoe Lacrosse Tournament Championship games and on at least 10 Lake Tahoe Lacrosse Tournament Semifinal Championship games.
Crew Chief on three of the five games played between Division 1 USILA teams in the "Fall Classic" that was held in San Francisco's Kezar Stadium from 2008 – 2013
Gary is an attorney who works primarily for small business owners, negotiating and drafting contracts and litigate contract disputes. Gary also practices real estate law. He has been married for 36 years.
Gary played high school lacrosse on Long Island for legendary coach Jim Amen and then on the first lacrosse team fielded by San Diego State University. Gary has, as NILOA Vice President, negotiated the last three or four contracts between the COC or NILOA and the MCLA.
Gary is a member of the San Diego State Lacrosse Hall of Fame, the Northern California Chapter of US Lacrosse Hall of Fame, and was the recipient of the NILOA Frenchy Julien Award. Gary has been the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Northern California Lacrosse Referees Association since it was founded