212 Lacrosse Brings Home the Title At Legends National Cup in Arizona for the Second Consecutive Year
Mesa, Arizona, December 12-13, 2020
Players from 212 Lacrosse left the snow-capped mountains of Utah for the Desert of Arizona to compete at Legends National Cup in Del Mar on Dec. 12–13, 2020 and brought home the hardware to win their 34th tournament championship.
Coached by 212 Lacrosse Founder Mike Acee (University of North Carolina), and Christian Pompoco (Westminster), the 2022 players battled it out in the 2021 Elite Division.
“212 dedicates tournament play to my former UNC teammate Graham Harden. Graham is battling ALS. I’m very proud of all the 2022 boys for their gritty performance in Arizona.
I’d also like to thank the 212 parents, their support over the years has been tremendous. Big thanks to Christian Pompoco for his tireless work and Legends Lacrosse for a quality event.” said Acee.
Boys 2021 Elite
|Saturday, December 12, 2020|
|P7||2:00 PM||Eagles Sports Complex – Field 1||Wasatch LC 2021||4||7||212 2022|
|P10||3:00 PM||Eagles Sports Complex – Field 2||212 2022||9||2||True MN Select 2021|
|P12||5:00 PM||Eagles Sports Complex – Field 2||212 2022||12||7||SoCal Rogue 21/22|
|Sunday, December 13, 2020|
|B2||8:00 AM||Semi-Finals|| 212 2022||9||2|| Flying Pigs 21/22|
|B3||9:40 AM||Championship Game|| So Cal Bulls 21||1||9|| 212 2022|
About 212 Lacrosse
212 Lacrosse, based in Park City, Utah, was founded by by Mike Acee, who has more than 30 years of experience playing and coaching lacrosse. Acee was raised in Deer Park, N.Y., where he was an All-American and Gold Medalist at the New York Empire State Games. Acee continued his career at the University of North Carolina starting on attack for teams that won 4 ACC Championships and 1 NCAA National Championship.
The staff focus is for players to experience personal growth, make new friends, enjoy the outdoors, and become a better lacrosse player. 212 tournament teams play in honor of Mike Acee’s University of North Carolina teammates whose families have endured hardship.
Contact: Mike Acee
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