Utah Lacrosse News is proud to announce that Epoch Lacrosse, innovators in the lacrosse shaft industry, have been awarded the sponsorship of the 2013 Boys & Girls High School Coaches Poll. Each week, starting March 5, 2013, the coaches who have volunteered to vote will cast their ballots, votes will be tallied and the results will be published.
“The Epoch brand is growing at a very rapid pace and we truly appreciate all the support we have received from Utah lacrosse community,” says James Miceli, Principal at Epoch Lacrosse. He adds, “the lacrosse talent in Utah is growing stronger everyday and Epoch could not be more pleased to be associated with a trusted news resource like Utah Lacrosse News. We look forward to watching the polls every week to see these highly competitive schools battle for top honors.”
Epoch Lacrosse continues to raise the bar for quality lacrosse shafts each year. The 2013 carbon fiber Dragonfly shafts are top notch, featuring Advanced Carbon Layering and Slip/Grip technology. They offer 4 different geometries in the attack/middie position, allowing players to find the shaft that feels right to them. Also included in Epoch’s lineup of shafts is their innovative d-pole and goalie shaft. Epoch already has some exciting prototypes in the works for later on this year and the 2014 season that are sure to revolutionize the game.
“I’m excited to work again with Epoch Lacrosse,” said Utah Lacrosse News Founder Tim Haslam. “They have always been good to Utah Lacrosse News and they truly care about their customers. Their shafts are very dependable and their company is growing each year, helping them to gain a foothold in the very competitive lacrosse equipment market.”
Polls will be released on Utah Lacrosse News on the following dates:
To get an up close look at the latest Epoch shafts, head to Face Off Lacrosse in Salt Lake City, Tribal West Lacrosse in Sandy or Storm Lacrosse in Pleasant Grove. Also to stay on top of all that is Epoch, be sure to like them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/epochlax and follow them on twitter @epochlax.
To see previous coaches polls, please visit this page: www.utahlacrossenews.com/polls