This season, a new team has added its name to the Utah Lacrosse Association lineup. Organizing a team from the ground up is a difficult task in any sport, but for Coach Darrell Robinson the first season of the Herriman High School Girl’s lacrosse team is a passion.
Coach Robinson’s love for the sport began years ago when his oldest son began playing lacrosse. Robinson followed his sons’ games all through high school and he is proud that his son now plays for Utah Valley University. The lacrosse roots spread wide in the Robinson family. After his son went off to college, one of Robinson’s daughters started playing, and that is when his involvement was really set in motion. He initially coached for the Bingham Miner’s Junior Varsity girls team, and he helped start their youth program. After Bingham, he started working with the Utah Lacrosse Association as member of the board on the girl’s division of the ULA. He was elected Vice President of the ULA in 2009 and ULA President in January 2011.