In the Utah lacrosse family, we take care of each other. There is a family in the lacrosse community that has recently lost their source of income just before the holidays. We can all help them have a merry Christmas (and get a cool shirt, to boot).

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Break the Chain

As lacrosse becomes increasingly popular in Utah, it’s not unusual to see new lacrosse camps pop up; each aims to help players get better and realize their full potential on the field. While Break the Chain Lacrosse Camps does this as well, it is unique in its purpose: first, to fight child abuse locally, and second, to help lacrosse players become better men off the field.

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The Utah Annual Lacrosse Convention will boast many firsts this weekend when the Beehive State’s lacrosse coaches and team representatives swarm Westminster College Friday (11/13) and Saturday (11/14).

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The Utah lacrosse community lost one of its own last week. If able, please consider donating to the Cadee Conner Memorial Fund.

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The annual Skyfall Shootout lacrosse tournament will be on November 7, 2015 at Elk Ridge Park in North Logan.There will be Varsity, JV, Freshman/Sophomore, 7/8th, and 5/6th divisions. Each team will get 2 games. $250 per team, $20 for tournament shirt. To register, contact

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For the girls at East High School, playing lacrosse means driving across town every day to play on a joint team with West. It means they don’t get to wear their school name or represent East when they step on the field. In fact, East hasn’t fielded its own girls lacrosse team since 2010. Mary Grace Gilstrap is trying to change that.

Mary Grace is a second-year player from East who recognized that a lot of potential players at East were missing out because they didn’t field their own team.

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Fremont Silverwolves

The Fremont Silverwolves had a successful 2015 campaign, notching victories over notable teams like Syracuse, Alta, Bountiful, and Viewmont and playing their way to a spot in the Class-B semifinals. Despite the good season, the Silverwolves found themselves searching for a new head coach once the season was over. Fremont eventually decided to offer that position to current Chaos club coach Paul Karner.

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After taking Utah State Lacrosse from a D-II also-ran to RMLC champs, elevating the program to never-before-seen heights, head coach Jon Atwood decided to pass the torch. But the Aggies didn’t have to look far to find a qualified replacement.

Enter former USU star Kevin Mann. Before playing for the Aggies, Kevin grew up in Centerville and first picked up a lacrosse stick in sixth grade. He ended up making Viewmont’s varsity squad his freshman year and started at midfield for three years under coach Chase Nye. After graduating, Mann played at USU under Coach Atwood and was a valuable part of the transformation of the Aggie program.  Mann cut his coaching teeth by helping out at Viewmont and Sky View high schools. In his own words, Coach Mann explains “I’ve basically lived and breathed lacrosse for over 15 years.”

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BYU adds two teams to its extramural sports program

Brigham Young University is adding two new women’s teams to its extramural sports programs, which currently includes five teams. The two new sports are women’s rugby and women’s lacrosse.

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