212 Lacrosse wins 13th title | ParkRecord.com

212 Lacrosse wins 13th title

Submitted by Christa Graff,

212 Lacrosse, based out of Park City, participated in the Sandstorm Tournament last 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 2019 and 2016 divisions.

The weekend proved to be another stellar showing for the club led by former UNC Tar Heel Mike Acee, UVA Cavalier Court Durling and Manhattan College’s Brian Bilzi.

The 2019 boys’ team finished the weekend with a 5-1 record, dominating the competition, before losing to the West’s biggest multi-state all-star team, West Coast Starz. The team recorded wins over the 3D Orange County (14-2), 3D Riverside (8-3), Madlax (9-4), Brady’s Bunch (6-3), and 3D Los Angeles (6-3).

The 212 2017 team finished the weekend in the 2016 division with a perfect 7-0 record, culminating the weekend with 212’s 13th tournament championship in three years. The team notched wins over All-West Elite 9-2 in the semifinals and Brady’s Bunch 11-2 in the championship game.

212 has a cumulative three-year record of 133-31 and 13 tournament championships, with 18 players committing to play Division I lacrosse.

212 Lacrosse is based in Park City, Utah. 212 is led by Mike Acee, who has more than 30 years of experience playing and coaching lacrosse. At 212 Lacrosse, Acee has assembled a roster of high-caliber coaches and players. The program emphasizes commitment and success for all its players, and provides one-on-one mentoring for team members.

To learn more about 212, contact mike@212lacrosse.com.


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