UTES TOP 75 Fall Prospect Days *Grades 9-12

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The Pillars of Utah Lacrosse

Humility - Honesty - Passion - Gratitude - Trust

Show us YOUR game! Visit the University of Utah and join Head Coach, Brian Holman, Assistants Adam Ghitelman, Marcus Holman, Will Manny, Tim McDermott and UTES players for top level lacrosse instruction, game play and campus visit. Learn to play the UTAH WAY…HARD, FAST, SMART, TOGETHER! This event will give YOU the opportunity to showcase your skills while coaches are teaching and evaluating your ability. Learn about the recruiting process and what it takes to become a UTE!  We have recruited players from Camp every year, and many more go on to find homes at D1, D2, D3 and MCLA programs across the country. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend. Coach Holman will meet with parents at the beginning of event for a Q & A session about the college lacrosse recruiting process, academics and what it takes to be a Division 1 athlete. This will begin after welcoming players and introducing coaching staff.
*Maximum 75 Players: 
A=15, M=21, D=15, LP=8, FO=8, G=8

2020 Summer Prospect Days Tentative Dates:
June 15-16 & July 24-25

The University of Utah offers Daily Campus Tours (approx. 2 hours long)
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday at 10am & 1:30pm. Tues. 1:30pm only.  
Please schedule prior to your visit if interested.

  • FOR:  HS Players 9-12 Grade for the 2019-20 School Year

  • DATES OPTION #1: Saturday, September 28th           

  • DATES OPTION #2:  Saturday, October 19th  

  • TIME:  10am-4pm 

  • CHECK IN: 9:30am *NOTE: NO PAPER FORMS NEEDED AT CHECK IN. MEDICAL/WAIVER information is completed online.

  • COST:  $165.00  *Includes Under Armour numbered reversible

  • LOCATION: Men's Lacrosse Crimson Field

  • ALL PLAYERS BRING: LUNCH, Equipment, Mouthguard, Snacks, Water bottle. Goalies bring equipment. *Write first/last name on tape with sharpie (athletic or masking) and place on front of helmet

*Utes Lacrosse Camps are open to any and all entrants limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.