Week 4 of the ULN Face-off is now Live! Team Nelson took a commanding lead over Team Haslam last week, but that could all change this week.
Viewmont hosted cross-town rival Bountiful in a contested battle. Come the final whistle, Bountiful walked away victors, 9-8.
Bonneville topped Mountain Crest in Overtime, 8-7. Bonneville’s remaining schedule will be a proving point for their team. 2 of the next 3 games are against top 10 teams. Mountain Crest has maintained a great record, going 8-2. They face Sky View and Woods Cross for their final two games.
The Brighton v. Park City highlights are live on the ULN site. Revisit this game between two commanding teams in a tough battle.
Herriman beat West Jordan, 15-7. Herriman had 6 different players score, with Allie Lambert leading the team with 6 points. Lambert also won 11 of the 18 face offs she took.
Copper Hills beat Lehi last night, 14-8. Copper Hills improved to 5-5 on the season, while Lehi dropped to 8-3. Brenlee Fordham led Copper Hill with 4 goals and 1 assist.
The Roy Royals topped the Davis Darts, 8-6. Aimee Bowen of Davis lead the team with 3 goals, as well as winning 50% of the face offs she took. This match up was featured in this week’s ULN Face-off.
Jordan topped Sky View on Wednesday, 12-3. The Beetdiggers were led by Eliza Harmer and Katie Bangerter. On the defensive side, Morgan Hirschi commanded the defense between the pipes and ended with a 72% save percentage. PHOTOS
Josh Holland of Westminster was named RMAC Academic Player of the Year. In addition to Holland, Jake Berard and Thomas Sarjeant were named on the All-Academic First Team. To see the full press release, see here.
The Westminster Women’s Lacrosse Notes has been released on the site. Check in with how the Griffins are doing in their season, who is leading in the stats, and what the rest of the season is looking like.
Katie Adams from Westminster was named RMAC First Team All-Academic for 2016. In addition, 5 other players were named the Academic Honor roll; Morgan Bakarich, Savanna Brown, Nicole Burgener, Hanah Carter and Abby Sebastian. For the full release, see here.
The season is winding down, so every game plays a huge roll in post-season plans. There are over 20 games tonight and tomorrow. Headlining this weekend is the RMLC playoffs, which will be held at the U of U Soccer Stadium. For a full list of games, see the Scores page.
This is a big weekend for NCAA play as well. Lots of top 10 match ups and big rivalries that have significant impact in a team’s post season play. Inside Lacrosse breaks down the key match ups this weekend.