212 Lacrosse 6 year Review
“It’s important to express my gratitude to the staff, parents and players who have supported 212 over the years. These results wouldn’t be possible without their commitments.”
212 Club Results
- 212 has a cumulative record of 284 wins 69 losses and 30 tournament championships with 55 players committing to play college lacrosse.
- 7 seasons – 35 Tournaments, 30 First Place Finishes, 1,500+ players
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Utah State Championship Results
- 48-6 record over three seasons, 3 State Championships with boys and girls teams.
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Recent 212 Player Achievements
- Thirteen 212 Players Selected to 2019 Under Armour All-American Underclass Rosters
- 26, 212 Players Receive 2019 Utah State HS Awards
- Seven 212 Players Receive Invites to U19 Team USA Tryouts
- Three 212 Players Make 2019 Under Armour All-American Team
- Eight 212 Players Ranked in the Top 100 Nationally
- Nine 212 Players Chosen for Adrenaline All-American and Under Armour All-American Games
- 18 in 2018 – Eighteen 212 Players Earn All-State & American Awards in 2018
- Twenty 212 Players Earn All-State & All-American Awards in 2017
- 212 Players Thrive in 2017 Championship Game
212 Under Armour All-Americans
212 Lacrosse, based out of Park City, participated in the Sandstorm tournament this past weekend under the beautiful setting of Empire Polo Grounds in Palm Springs, California. Sandstorm is the the biggest club tournament in the west, with 400 teams participating this year. 212 fielded teams in the Boys’ 2019, 2024 divisions and the Girls’ 2020 division.
The teams were led by Mike Acee (UNC), Christian Pompoco (Westminster), Carson Dutkanych (Albany), Jon Fox (UNC), John Webster (UNC), Billy Ralph (Maryland), Andy Towers (Brown) and Chip Mayer (UNC).
The 2024 boys’ team finished the weekend with a 3-1-1 record. The team recorded wins over SC Sharks 6-3, All West 7-2 and DOCO Devils 10-1. They tied Maddog 6-6 and lost a tough one to the number one team in the division Sentry 2-6.
The combined 2021/20 Girls’ team finished the weekend undefeated with a perfect 7-0 record and 212’s 28th Title. The girls recorded wins over 3D Virginia 7-0, Pinnacle 15-0, Timberline Idaho 15-0, Tenacity Elite Bay Area Green 11-7, Norcal Rize 17-0, Tenacity Elite Bay Area Blue 3-2 in the semi-final and 6-5 over Team BC from Canada in the championship game.
The 2019 boys’ team finished the weekend in the Elite division with a perfect 7-0 record, culminating the weekend with 212’s 29th tournament championship. The team notched wins over Brady’s Bunch 15-1, Legends 8-6, LA Mavs 10-5, Maddog National Team 7-5, Fog City St. Ignatius 8-4, Santa Monica Dragons 12-1 in the semi-finals and RC Elite Torrey Pines 11-2 in the championship game.
212 teams posted a 17-1-1 record, scoring 198 goals and allowing 59 at Sandstorm 2019.
212 has a cumulative record of 274 wins 67 losses and 29 tournament championships with 52 players committing to play college lacrosse.
Please find all relevant information regarding the Sandstorm Tournament below. Call or write anytime if you need me. We’re looking forward to seeing you all.
THE SANDSTORM TOURNAMENT IS DEDICATED TO GRAHAM HARDEN. GAME ON.
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- Game time arrival: Dressed and ready to go 1 hour before first game and 30 minutes before subsequent games when possible.
- Bring nuts, granola, powerbars etc. for in between games. There will be water at each field, bring a large bottle for refilling.
- Bring two lacrosse sticks in case one breaks. Bring swimsuit, the team hotel has a large pool.
|Address: 44600 Indian Wells Lane, Indian Wells, California, United States, 92210|
Directions : https://goo.gl/maps/rGxQ9DZcz5A2Room Description: Queen/Queen. Rate based on occupancy of 4 persons per room.
Cancellation Policy: You must cancel your reservation before 2:00 pm hotel time at least 3 day(s) prior to check-in or the hotel may charge a cancellation penalty up to all nights of the reservation. At 2:00 pm 3 days prior to arrival, the individual penalty period begins. All changes and cancellations need to be requested directly with the hotel once the individual penalty period begins.
Need help? Contact Halpern Travel at 888-640-6400, Monday – Friday 8:30am – 5:30pm EST.
Casual dinner attire. There are restaurants on site at the team hotel for those staying at the Hyatt Regency. Most parents and players will eat during the evenings on site, but it’s not mandatory. If you plan to eat out, come down and say hello before leaving, we’d love to see you.
Hyatt Regency Dining Information
2019 SANDSTORM SCHEDULE
Boys and Girls Schedule
The schedule for Sand Storm 2019 is posted!
Go to www.sandstormlacrosse.com and click on “BOYS SCHEDULE & RESULTS or GIRLS SCHEDULE & RESULTS “
To see your individual team schedule:
1. Find your division
2. Click on “Standings”
3. Find your team name and click the hyperlinked name
4. To view another teams schedule click “Main Menu” and repeat steps 1-3
PARKING (Uber or Carpool if possible. 25k plus decend on Palm Springs for the weekend)
Lots Open at 6:00 AM and close at 6:00 PM. Complimentary parking.
Look for Lax Tournament Parking signs & colored balloons up in the sky denoting specific lots.
- Mike Acee (UNC) Boys’ 2019 Team but will help all teams when possible.
- Christian Pompoco (Westminster) Boys’ 2019 Team
- Carson Dutkanych (Albany) Boys’ 2019 Team
- Andy Towers (Brown) Girls’ 2020 Team
- John Webster (UNC) Girls’ 2020 Team
- Billy Ralph (Maryland) Girls’ 2020 Team
- Jon Fox (UNC) Boys’ 2024 Team
- Todd Reece Boys’ 2024 Team
- Current boys’ team players, please bring your “212 Select” uniforms.
- Current girls’ team players, please bring your “212 National” uniforms.
- New players will receive uniforms one hour before our first scheduled game.
· Players must understand the team is above the individual, we succeed together:
“Talent wins games but teamwork and intelligence wins championships” -Michael Jordan
Please arrive dressed and ready to go 1 hour before the first tournament game and 30 minutes before subsequent games when possible.
· Players & Parents – No talking to officials.
· At each game players must line up bags in an orderly fashion. All belongings must remain in bags unless being used. Players, not Parents, are responsible for carrying their bags and are responsible for ensuring they have all their necessary equipment. Before you leave for games, be sure you have everything. Parents are not responsible for their player’s equipment.
· Be respectful and courteous to others. Those who put on a 212 jersey represent our culture and must uphold a strong code of conduct. All players are to be good sportsmen and sportswomen and understand that it’s a privilege to be in their position.
· Maintain a positive atmosphere in all circumstances. Encourage teammates and other 212 players and coaches. Players will always be positive to each other, congratulate each other when we succeed as a team and never place blame for team losses or mistakes. Be happy for your teammate when they do something well. Tell them they had a great game. NEVER belittle another player on this team or any other team. No matter the outcome, we win with class and we lose with class.
· At the end of each game we will always “get” our goalies, give the opposing team a cheer and look opposing players in the eyes and shake hands respectfully (helmets stay on, gloves off, line up goalie first). Players failure to conduct themselves in a respectful way on or off the field will have consequences.
· Following games, players are to clean up their belongings and any trash that may have accumulated throughout the game.
· During game play, every player must be focused and encouraging their teammates. All players must be in a line organized and ready to sub into the game. There is no sitting on the sideline or taking a knee, unless injured. Our bench is just at important as our players on the field.
· Do everything 100%. As coaches, we put our teams in the best possible position to have success. We fully expect each individual to submit themselves, regardless of the circumstance, to the best of their abilities.
· Play fast, share the ball, HAVE FUN and RESPECT THE GAME.
· Be a good teammate – we are here for each other and we expect your full commitment EVERYDAY. Thank you.
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