If a player is not feeling well for any reason, PacNW requires that the player STAY HOME for the safety of the player and others and follow PacNW’s COVID Review/Return to Play Protocol:

  1. Stay home and do not attend practice.
  2. Notify your coach immediately.
  3. Go to https://tinyurl.com/pacnw-symptom-reporting to report symptoms to get entered in PacNW Covid review/return to play protocol.



(last updated November 8, 2021)

PacNW follows WYS Return to Play Guidelines. PacNW created the PacNW Covid-19 Resources and Procedures Handbook as a resource for our members to easily access WYS & PacNW specific Return to Play Guidelines/Action Plan, as well as valuable information from the CDC about Coronavirus and how to prevent transmission. All members should review the handbook before returning to practices. The handbook is available in both English and Spanish.

PacNW COVID-19 Resources and Procedures Handbook (English) PacNW COVID-19 Resources and Procedures Handbook (Spanish)

On-site contact (PacNW Clubhouse):  Malia Arrant (206) 715-8558.



Latest update on facial Coverings can be found on the WYS website.


To summarize:

    • Individuals are no longer required to wear a mask outdoors, including players, coaches, spectators, etc.
    • For more information on current local mask guidance go follow this link. https://kingcounty.gov/depts/health/covid-19/safereopen.aspx
    • Local fields may have different rules.  If your local field does require a mask, please adhere to their rules.

Current Starfire Guidelines:  The fields are now open to all, meaning spectators are now allowed inside the fenced area to observe training sessions!   Masks are not required outside, however social distancing of 6 feet or more is still required.   Please contact Starfire directly for updated indoor masking/testing requirements.


(last updated January 11, 2022)

PacNW follows travel guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Washington State Department of Health recommendations regarding players and staff returning from out-of-state non-essential travel.   The club expects – based on the honor system – our families to comply with these public health recommendations

Pursuant to this guidance:

Vaccinated Players and Staff:  
Fully vaccinated players and staff  are no longer required to quarantine following domestic travel. (See Domestic Travel Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People CDC).

Unvaccinated Players and Staff: 

  • Get tested with a viral test 3-5 days after returning from travel.
  • Stay home and self-quarantine for a full 5 days after travel.

If you recently recovered from Covid 19:  
You do NOT need to get tested or self-quarantine if you recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days. You should still follow all other travel recommendations.

If you develop COVID-19 symptoms after travel, isolate and consult with a healthcare provider for testing.

Questions or concerns?  Please contact .


Any player, coach, or club administrator present at PacNW functions must report to PacNW if they test positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19).

For any questions or to report a positive case of Covid-19 contact Jeff Hemmen at   and submit the information requested through the member reporting link below.

Covid-19 Member Reporting Form



(last updated January 17, 2022)

The PacNW policies and protocols are subject to change without notice as the CDC COVID-19 guidelines are continually updated with new information and guidance. The Dept of Health provides the following survey for information on isolation or quarantine guidance https://redcap.iths.org/surveys/?s=AP3NW4AWJM.

On 1/17/2022, the  CDC updated changes to recommendations for isolation and quarantine for people with COVID-19.  Public Health of King County explains the changes here. The most recent CDC guidance can be found here.

The following flowcharts detail the specific course of action a player should depending on certain situations. Please note:  PacNW consults with the King County Dept of Health (DOH) regarding all return to play guidance.  Information in the flowcharts is subject to change without notice based on current DOH guidance. To view theses flowcharts, click on the statement that best applies to the player to view the correct flowchart.

NOTE: Two flowcharts have been updated Jan. 7 2021

I am not feeling well, can I go to practice?

I am not feeling well and was told to stay home from practice.  What do I need to do to be able to return to practice?

I tested positive for COVID-19 and am feeling better, when can I return to play?