August 4, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Graff Public Relations
212 Lacrosse of Park City, Utah participated in the Adrenaline San Jose Tournament this past weekend, just a short drive from the beautiful shores of Santa Cruz, California.
212 traveled with two teams, High School and U13 Boys. The teams were led by UNC Tarheel, Mike Acee. The U13 boys took second place with 54 goals and 19 against, losing a hard-fought battle for the championship (7-5) to a strong 8th grade team out of Northern California, Booth Indians 2019.
The 212 Select HS team dazzled the crowds all weekend. This team scored an astounding 86 goals and had just 6 against in 5 games. The boys cruised to a 13-0 first place finish over their friends from Brady’s Bunch in the championship game.
For the weekend the two teams scored a cumulative 140 goals while surrendering just 25 in 10 games with an 8 win 2 loss record, and another championship trophy.
212 has a cumulative 3 year record of 117 wins 31 losses and 11 tournament championships with 12 players committing to play Division 1 lacrosse. 212 continues to cement itself as the premier lacrosse training club in Utah.
212 founder Mike Acee reiterated a theme of the program over the last 15 months. “212 continues to play for two of my former teammates at North Carolina, Neill Redfern (battling cancer) and Eric Seremet (recently widowed). The message for the kids to play for something greater than themselves is unifying and they all continue to play very hard for Eric and Neill. I’m extremely proud of all the 212 kids. As always, a big thank you to the entire 212 Lacrosse community. The support the parents show myself and our staff continues to be tremendous. I’d also like to thank Brian Bilzi (D1- Manhattan College) for an excellent weekend of coaching and Adrenaline for organizing a fun event for the kids.”
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. He was raised in Deer Park, N.Y., where he was an All-American and went on to become a four-time ACC Champion and an NCAA National Champion, starting on attack for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels. Mike was also a gold-medalist and the top scorer in the Empire State Games for Team Long Island of New York.
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.
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