212 Lacrosse LogoRegistration is now open for the 2017/18 season, beginning June 5 in Park City.

Age breakdowns (son’s grade fall of 2017):
4-5 Grade
6-7 Grade
8 Grade
9-12 Grade

Staff/Training Sessions by 212 Staff

  • NCAA Division 1 coaches.
  • Professional and D1 All-American guest coaches
  • Players are paired against teammates of similar physical and technical abilities.
  • Real-time concise feedback. Players are encouraged to ask questions.
  • A variety of skills, drills and small sided games developing diverse skill sets.
  • FUN, positive and competitive environment.
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Shootout for Soldiers will be holding its event on August 4-5, 2017 at the University of Utah.

I have heard of this event before, but never looked into it further. I figured it was just another tournament for kids to play in front of coaches, but, after talking with Stephen Hughes (the organizer of the Utah event), I realized this is an awesome event and we’re lucky to have it come to Utah.

TH: What is your background? lacrosse background?
SH: I grew up in Utah and started playing lacrosse at Alta High in 1999 back when there were only a handful of teams. I graduated in 2001 and then played at Utah State in 2001 and then again from 2004-2007. After I graduated from Utah State in 2008 I was commissioned an officer in the Army and I’ve been on active duty since then. I did 4 years in Washington state with a deployment to southern Iraq. During this time I coached a 7th grade lacrosse team in University Place, Washington along with a few other Soldiers I recruited with lacrosse backgrounds. In 2012 I was transferred to Ft. Lee, Virginia for military schooling and then transferred to Germany for four years with a deployment to Afghanistan. I’m now attending the University of Utah for my MBA while still on active duty.

Tim Haslam

Sandy, UT – January 24, 2017 –Utah Mamaci Girls Lacrosse Club announced a partnership today with The Tenacity Project to continue the advancement of girl’s lacrosse in the state of Utah. The Tenacity Project is a national, non-profit organization working to empower, educate and inspire girls through the sport of lacrosse. The Tenacity Project currently reaches thousands of girls in California, Oregon, and Texas, and runs a diverse mix of programs including camps, club teams, tournaments, coach development, community outreach, and college counseling for those looking to play women’s lacrosse at the college level. Founder and CEO, Theresa Sherry is one of the most respected people in the game not only for her talents on the lacrosse field with the USA U19 team and then at Princeton but more importantly for the impact she has had on the women’s game in the West.

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Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premier outdoor professional lacrosse league, announced today the 2017 MLL All-Star Game will be played in Sacramento, CA at Bonney Field, home to Sacramento Republic FC of the United Soccer League on Saturday, July 8. The state of California will host the MLL All-Star Game for the second straight year after the 2016 contest was held in Fullerton.

“The sport of lacrosse is growing tremendously in Northern California,” MLL Commissioner David Gross said, “and this is another opportunity for MLL to showcase the best players in the world in front of passionate lacrosse fans.”

Located on the grounds of the Cal Expo, Bonney Field opened in 2014 and seats approximately 11,500 fans for soccer matches. The natural grass surface has also hosted several international soccer and rugby matches, including USA Rugby.

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212 Lacrosse, based out of Park City, participated in the Sandstorm tournament this past weekend under the beautiful setting of Empire Polo Grounds in Palm Springs, California. Sandstorm is one of the biggest club tournaments in the west, with 250 teams participating this year. 212 fielded teams in the Boys 2019, 2017 divisions and the girls 2021 division.

The teams were led by Mike Acee (UNC), Christian Pompoco and Thomas Sarjeant (Westminster), Lauren Schmidt (Stanford/Team USA) and Lauren Vanthof (Adrian College).

The 2019 boys team finished the weekend with a 2-2-1 record. The team recorded wins over RC 11-1 and 3D San Diego 8-2. They lost a tough battle to True Chicago 2-5 and lost to a very good Alcatraz team out of San Francisco 2-9 while tying ADVNC SF 7-7.

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East Meets West Lacrosse founder Drew Searl who is the first NCAA D1 player from Utah (4 year Syracuse University midfielder) and the only to go to a D1 National Championship game, is hosting a winter offensive & defensive clinic at Utah State University in Logan on Friday evening Jan 20th from 9pm- 11:45pm. The goal is to get Logan Lax players dialed in for their upcoming 2017 season.

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The Utah Lacrosse Club, Utah’s 3d Lacrosse affiliate, has released their 2017 summer program.  Registration opens on 1/15 for returning Warrior players and opens on 2/1/17 for any player to join and play on a Warriors Club team for the 2017 Summer Session.

Early registration is just $295 which includes multiple weekly practices and games, as well as participation in the local GULL tournaments (the Patriot Games and Melt Down).  The competitive-level of the club, “Warriors Select” will be attending the Ski Town Shootout, the Lake Tahoe Classic and the Aloha Salt Lax Tournament.

While registration opens on 2/1/2017 to any player in classes 2021 – 2026 but space is limited to just 22 players per team.  Those interested are encouraged to visit www.utahwarriors.org to learn about the club, the upcoming program and to register online.

Rick Kladis

Wasatch Lacrosse Club is holding tryouts at Olympus High School in Salt Lake City on Saturday, February 11th & 25th, from 11am – 1pm. Players who can attend are players who are currently in 9th-12th grade (graduating seniors are eligible to attend the U19 Vail Shootout).

We are pleased to announce our 2017 summer tournament schedule. Our focus is to get our players exposed to the best competition, and also have them exposed to college recruiters to build the name of Utah lacrosse. The U19 Vail Shootout (June 25-28 in Vail, Colorado) is consistently the BEST tournament in the West, bringing teams from all corners of the country. The Battle of Hotbeds (July 16-19 in Newark, Delaware) is an elite recruiting opportunity run by the coaches of University of Delaware and Yale University, where more than 110 college coaches are present, and over 60 teams play in one Varsity division.

Press Releases

How many people want to play lacrosse but the barriers to entry are just too high? How many people would play lacrosse if it were less expensive, or if equipment more available? These are the questions Brandon Bednar, founder of Happy Lacrosse, asked himself when he decided to do something about it.

Happy Lacrosse is a company Brandon started because he simply wanted to help grow the game. Brandon a native of Centerville, Utah, currently studying at Purdue University, started the company Happy Lacrosse (Happy Lax) because he saw that the game he loves needs help to grow. I spoke with him about the company and what he hopes it can do for the lacrosse community.

Randy Everett

212 Lacrosse, based out of Park City, participated in the 3D Oceanside Tournament this past weekend in beautiful San Diego, California. The tournament attracted 100+ teams and 40 college recruiters with outstanding competition. 212 fielded teams in the 2019 and 2017 Elite division with players spanning grades 9-12.

The weekend proved to be another strong showing for the club led by former UNC Tar Heel Mike Acee, Westminster’s Christian Pompoco and Thomas Sarjeant.

The 2019 boys’ team finished the weekend with a 3-2 record. Their losses came to eventual tournament champion ADVNC team led by former UVA All – American Chris Rotelli and a tough one goal loss to So Cal Express led by Hall of Fame inductee Glenn Miles.

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