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ULN Dispatch 4.5.2016

2016-Herriman-Riverton-Girls-18The Face-Off weekly picks is back!  ULN Staffers Tim Haslam and Steve Nelson use their lacrosse foresight to select who they think this weeks winners will be. Week One is now live!
Girls
Big news from over the weekend just in. Desert Hills beat Bishop Gorman in overtime, 12-10.  This is significant because this is the first loss for Bishop Gorman in 3 years.  For the complete update on the game, see the recap.
Herriman rallied past Riverton, 13-5.  The Mustangs were lead by the dynamic duo of Aleksa Allen and Allie Lambert.  Each contributed 6 points, which was over 60% of the teams offensive points.
On Deck for Today
There are great games for both Boys and Girls today with a lot of rivalries facing off this afternoon.  For a full list of games, see here.
Coaches Polls
Both the girls and boys coaches polls were released today. Where does your team stand?
Around the Web
Amherst is ranked No. 7 in the latest USILA Nike D-III Coaches Poll. Ian Kadish (Skyline) has 3 assists on the year.
Utah isn’t the only state with crazy weather during lacrosse season. Check out this game between Deerfield Academy (MA) and the Brunswick School (CT).
Everyone should read this article: Physicality v. Violence, in Lacrosse. The author makes some great points.
Also, the age old question about if lacrosse should have a shot clock is once again revisited. It’s a great read with good insight.
Here is a list of all the college games that will be streamed or on tv in April.
Last but not least, our good friend Jeff Brzoska sent us this article: Parents, Enjoy The Ride – Don’t lose sight of the present while focusing on the future!

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