212 Lacrosse Logo212 Lacrosse of Park City, Utah participated in the Warrior Vail Shootout June 20-22. Vail draws teams from the entire country including Baltimore, Maryland. 212 players from 8th through 12 grade participated.

The 212 Select HS Boys’ team (68-12 overall record) was strong throughout the tournament. The team scored 52 goals and surrendered 26. 212 Select HS beat FCA in the semi-finals 8-2 advancing to the finals against a tough Colorado team. They came up short 5-8 taking home 2nd place out of 22 teams.

The 212 Select U15 Boys’ team won 212’s 17th tournament championship in 5 years with a convincing 10-2 win over FCA. The team was outstanding throughout the tournament, scoring 58 goals and allowing just 11 for a perfect 6-0 record and the #1 spot of the 16 team field.

212 has a cumulative 5 year record of 194 wins 50 losses and 17 tournament championships with 24 players committing to play college lacrosse.

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East LogoThe East High School Lacrosse program is seeking a new head coach after coach Ryan Cantwell has taken the head coaching spot at Bingham High School. Cantwell played for the Miners in high school before playing his college ball at Utah Valley State College/Utah Valley University.

“We did have a good season this year,” said Coach Cantwell, “In fact, the past 3 have been so much fun and successful. It was hard to leave but I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to coach at my alma mater.”

Under Cantwell, the East Leopard boys went a combined 28-24 in three seasons, with appearances in the D-II and Class-B playoff quarterfinals all three years. He’ll be taking over a Bingham Miner program that went 11-12 this season and made the Class-B semifinals as the No. 1 seed. The Miners made the Class-A playoffs last season and were designated a D-I program before that. 

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460px-Utah_State_Aggies_Logo.svgTroy Oldham is continuing a tradition in Cache Valley Lacrosse, taking over the USU program just a season after
Jon Atwood was at the reigns. Atwood also started the Sky View boys program long ago, and Oldham took over the Bobcats, just two seasons after Atwood moved on, and took them to an undefeated season and D-II state championship in 2014. Now, Coach Oldham is looking to duplicate that success with the Aggies.

“I really think there is a solid group of exiting USU players and many new ones coming up,” says Oldham, “and there is a lot of tradition for Lacrosse at USU. I’m hoping to leverage that, as well as what I learned coaching at the high school level, to really help this team understand that they can be champions.”

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212 Lacrosse Logo212 Lacrosse of Park City, Utah participated in their hometown tournament, The Ski Town Shootout June 9-11, featuring 100+ teams.

The 212 Girls and Boys teams, led by Mike Acee (UNC) Laurel Van’t Hof (Adrian College), Ian Kadish (Amherst), Christian Pompoco (West Minster), Alec Meyer (Air Force), and JJ Pickard (Hill School) finished the tournament with a perfect 10 win 0 loss record. They finished with 102 goals for and 34 goals against. Overall, 212 teams have a cumulative record of 184 wins 48 losses and 16 tournament championships with 24 players committing to play college lacrosse.

212 tournament teams play in honor of Neill Redfern, The Family of Steve Muir and Eric Seremet. 3 former teammates at the University of North Carolina of 212 founder, Mike Acee. Neill is battling cancer, Steve has passed from cancer, and Eric tragically lost his wife in a car accident. Neill has 3 children, Steve has 4 children and Eric has 2 young daughters. Annually, 212 tournament fee proceeds are donated to these families.

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Judge LogoLooking for a fun new sport?

Interested in trying something new?
Want to be a part of the fastest-growing
NCAA & high school sport?

Judge Memorial coaches and players will serve as staff for this camp
designed to introduce players to the fundamentals of this exciting sport in a
fun environment. Girls from all schools are welcome!

CAMP DETAILS
Dates: June 20-24
Time: 4-6 pm
Ages: Grades 5-9
Fee: $50 (scholarships and sibling discounts available)
Location: Mon thru Wed @ Sunnyside North Field. (Enter north of U of U
Baseball Diamond and south of Steiner off of Guardsman Way)
Thurs & Fri @ Judge Memorial McCarthey Stadium (650 South, 1100 East)
Enter on 700 South

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Liberty LogoKendra and Scott Robinson are excited to announce their new coaching series coming to Utah! Every few months, they will be bringing high caliber coaches offered first to Liberty athletes.

They were thrilled to host Syracuse Head Coach, Gary Gait last November and are proud to announce 2005 Tewaaraton award winner, Katie Chrest Erbe will make her mark in the series on June 17th 2016. Coach Chrest Erbe was Duke’s all-time career points and goals leader, Katie Chrest Erbe was a standout on the Blue Devil attack from 2003-06. She received the 2005 Tewaaraton Award as the National Player of the Year and was a three-time Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) and Inside Lacrosse All-American. Chrest Erbe was named to the IWLCA All-South Region team each of her four seasons and made two appearances on the All-ACC team. She was twice voted the ACC Player of the Year and garnered ACC Tournament MVP honors in 2005 and ACC Rookie of the Year recognition in 2003. She was a history major at Duke and a member of the 2009 U.S. women’s World Cup championship team.

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Stout LogoWhat are you doing next week ??? Are you ready to put in the work to get better ???
Check out this great camp … Owned and operated by one of the Premier Lacrosse Families of Utah.
Find out what has made the Stout’s so good and heavily recruited.

WHAT: The Stout Lacrosse Camp
WHEN: Monday June 13 thru Thursday June 16, 9am to 4pm
WHERE: Oak Canyon Jr. High (111 South 725 East, Lindon UT 84042)
WHO: Boys All Ages
PRICE: $200 per player or $350 when you sign up with a friend
$100 Morning Only Session (9-12am)

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212 Lacrosse LogoCongratulations to 212 Lacrosse players Hunter Easterly, JC Herrmann, Beau Pederson, Andrew Pederson, Dylan Bauer, Liv Kimche, Gabby Nixon, and Lauren Pederson on their selection to the Under Armour Underclass tournament rosters.

Congratulations to Lucas Brennwald, Trae Ika, Brianna Bauman and Blake Davis for their selection to the Under Armour Uncommitted game roster.

The sport’s most prestigious underclassmen tournament will feature girls and boys teams from Baltimore, Long Island, Midwest, New England, New Jersey, Philadelphia, South, Southwest, Upstate New York, Washington, D.C., and West and consist of two divisions of players from the graduating classes of 2017-2020 competing in Towson, Maryland from June 30-July 3.

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ULA LogoUtah Lacrosse Family,

Over the past few weeks I have enjoyed opportunity to talk to many people in the community about an array of topics related to Lacrosse in Utah. The overwhelming hot topic is about the sanctioning of High School Lacrosse. However, in these numerous conversations, the below misinformation was raised:

1. Utah Lacrosse Association (ULA) is against sanctioning.
2. ULA doesn’t want to see sanctioning happen because the ULA loses control and money.

Neither of these statements could be farther from the truth. The ULA is a major supporter of sanctioning high school lacrosse by the Utah High School Activates Association (UHSAA). The ULA has maintained an active sanctioning committee for many years whose purpose is to work with the UHSAA, local high schools and the community to progress the opportunity for sanctioning. Within the last year this committee has met with the UHSAA on multiple occasions to present the benefits of sanctioning lacrosse, showing that lacrosse is a viable education based activity. In the past month, a detailed survey created by the sanctioning committee was sent to all Utah High School Principals at the request of the UHSAA. Again not only high schools who currently field club teams, but every high school in the state.

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