212 LAX wraps winter season
212 Lacrosse, based out of Park City, participated in the 3D Oceanside and Sandstorm tournaments in beautiful San Diego and Palm Springs, California in December and January. The tournaments attracted 350-plus teams and 150 college recruiters with outstanding competition. 212 fielded teams in the 2019 and 2016 Elite divisions with players spanning grades 8-12.
Both weekends proved to be strong showings for the club led by former UNC Tar Heel Mike Acee, Manhattan College’s Brian Bilzi, Notre Dame’s Casey Price and Westminster’s Christian Pompoco.
The 2019/20 boys’ team finished the winter season with a 9-2 record. The team recorded 101 goals for and 38 against through 11 games, taking third place out of 27 teams combined for both events.
The 212 Elite High School team finished the winter season with a 7-3 record and captured 212’s 14th tournament championship. The team recorded 80 goals for and 45 against through 10 games while competing against 36 teams combined for both events. This team has an overall 64-10 record and three tournament championships.
"I’m extremely proud of all the 212 kids," Acee said. "As always, a big thank you to the entire 212 community. The support the parents show myself and our staff is tremendous. I’d also like to thank Brian Bilzi, Casey Price and Christian Pompoco for an excellent weekend of coaching. A big thank you to the 3D and Sandstorm directors for organizing well-run and fun events for the kids."
212 has a cumulative four-year record of 174-48 and 14 tournament championships, with 24 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. To learn more about 212 Lacrosse, visit http://www.212lacrosse.com.
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