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Successful FaceOff Club Event Coming Back in December

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To The Utah Lacrosse Community:
We can not thank you enough for welcoming us and the strong showing of support we received for our FaceOff Club event held on 10/20 in Park City. Coming to Utah for the first time we had no idea what to expect and looking back now, we could not be more pleased with how it turned out. Not only was the event a complete sellout, it was truly an excellent experience for all and is a strong indicator of the vast progress that Utah Lacrosse has made in such a short time. Your players are extremely coachable, thirsty to learn, made of high character, and have a gritty competitiveness that matches all lacrosse hotbeds.
One of the coolest (and completely unexpected) things to happen that night was the amount of club, high school, and youth coaches in attendance. Not only did they help promote the clinic, they showed up as students of the game taking notes and creating their own film work from their exposure to our curriculum. We hope that all coaches left with a greater appreciation and understanding of the faceoff part of the game.
FaceOff Club
Thank you to the ULA, UHSLL, Adrenaline/GULL, Utah Lacrosse News, Club Coaches, and College/High School/Youth Coaches for helping us to get the word out. Thank you again to the following programs for letting us work with your athletes: College: BYU and Utah State – High School: Alta, Copper Hills, Corner Canyon, Davis, East, Fremont, Herriman, Juan Diego, Lehi, Logan, Northridge, Park City, Riverton, Skyline, Spanish Fork, Syracuse, and Wasatch – Youth: Bonneville, Corner Canyon, Davis, Juan Diego, Lone Peak, Northridge, Park City, and Pleasant Grove. We are confident that you will see improved players around the “x” this upcoming season.
When speaking with a prominent coach of a neighboring state last week about our positive experience in Utah, the coach remarked in “Utah faceoff specialists being head and shoulders above those from other western states.” We agreed with his observation and noted that there is a culture-wide enthusiasm and commitment creating these players’ success. We can tell that Utah Lacrosse is serious about quality and success, and this extends to the good parents we interacted with as well. It is always great to be part of a progressive and successful culture and you definitely have one in Utah!
Mark your calendars and clear your schedules on Saturday evening December 20th 2014, because of all the great feedback we have received from this event, we will be back again with our next event. This one will be held in Woods Cross (Utah Indoor Soccer). We anticipate this next event to sell out again and you can register here to secure your spot before it does: http://thefaceoffclub.com/utahtraining.html
We can’t wait to be back in the Salt Lake City area this December to give players (and coaches) the tools to succeed.
Thanks again for having us and working hard for the great results you achieved.
Coach Godfrey and Coach Ortolani
The FaceOff Club
www.thefaceoffclub.cominfo@thefaceoffclub.com

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  1. Such a great event … As a coach, I came away with a much better understanding of the faceoff game … Thanks Coaches Nolan and Orto for coming out to work with our players.

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