Daily Archives: April 22, 2009

Southwestern Lacrosse Conference Championship Tournament To Be Held April 24th-26th In Coronado, CA


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CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT

APRIL 24th – 26th, 2009

(Brackets Information)

6 Division I Teams
4 Division II Teams
3 Great Days of
Regional College Lacrosse Action

Division I Tournament All Games @ Coronado HS, San Diego

April 24th
6:30pm Quarter Final Game 1
9:00pm Quarter Final Game 2

April 25th
4:00pm Semi Final Game 1
6:30pm Semi Final Game 2

Division II Semi Finals @ CSU Fullerton
5:30pm Division II Semi Final Game 1
8:00pm Division II Semi Final Game 2

April 26th
Conference Championships @ Coronado
12pm Division II Finals
2:30pm Division I Finals

SLC Division II Semi-Finals @ CSU Fullerton
$5 General Admission
Youth 15 & Under wearing Team Jersey admitted FREE!

WHO WILL BE CROWNED THE FIRST SLC DIVISIONAL CHAMPION?

California High School Lacrosse Scores For April 21


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CA Acalanes 10, Miramonte 8
CA Amador Valley 15, San Ramon Valley 6
CA Bentley School 7, Sonoma Academy 3
CA Bishop’s School 12, Canyon Crest 0
CA Cardinal Newman 16, Urban School 3
CA Cathedral Catholic 13, University City 2
CA Chaminade Prep 16, Brentwood School 8
CA Clayton Valley 18, Northgate 1
CA Cordova-Folsom 11, Gold Country 7
CA Coronado 14, Patrick Henry 2
CA Dana Hills 9, Capistrano Valley 8
CA Davis 13, Bishop O’Dowd 6
CA De LaSalle 14, Livermore 1
CA Dublin 10, Dougherty Valley 3
CA El Toro 13, Northwood 2
CA Foothill 12, California 10
CA Foothill-Santa Ana 15, Woodbridge 0
CA Foothills Christian 9, San Dieguito 8
CA Granite Bay 13, Saint Mary’s-Stockton 2
CA Granite Hills 13, Monte Vista-Spg Valley 1
CA Grossmont 13, Helix Charter 1
CA Harbor 8, Pacific Collegiate 7 (OT)
CA Huntington Beach 8, Trabuco Hills 5
CA Jesuit-Sacramento 14, Foothill-Sacramento 4
CA La Jolla HS 15, Serra 2
CA Las Lomas 14, Alhambra 0
CA Loyola-Los Angeles 13, Crespi 3
CA Marin Academy 11, Head-Royce 1
CA Marina 7, El Dorado 4
CA Menlo School 7, Robert L Stevenson 4
CA Mission Viejo 13, Aliso Niguel 3
CA Monte Vista/Danville 18, Granada 2
CA Oak Ridge 8, Bella Vista 7
CA Palos Verdes 10, Culver City 3
CA Peninsula 9, Downey 6
CA Piedmont 19, Saint Mary’s-Berkeley 4
CA Sage Hill 9, Esperanza 4
CA Saint Margaret’s 10, J Serra Catholic 7
CA San Clemente 12, Tesoro 1
CA San Lorenzo Valley 12, Santa Cruz 2
CA Santa Margarita Cath 17, St John Bosco 1
CA Santana 13, El Capitan 4
CA Scripps Ranch 11, Mira Mesa 6
CA University SF 19, Stuart Hall 1
CA Watsonville 11, Aptos 8
CA York School 18, Carmel 6

High School Girls

CA Acalanes 12, Miramonte 3
CA California HS 11, Foothill, Pleasanton 7
CA Davis 18, Bishop O’Dowd 7
CA Dublin, CA 14, Dougherty Valley 1
CA Los Alamitos 16, El Dorado 3
CA Los Gatos 14, Harker 3
CA Menlo School 16, Pioneer, CA 6
CA Menlo-Atherton 17, Castilleja 5
CA Monte Vista, Danville 18, Granada 10
CA Redondo Union 12, Mira Costa 11
CA Sacred Heart Prep, CA 12, Leland 7
CA Santa Catalina 11, Stevenson School, CA 10
CA St. Ignatius Prep, CA 15, Burlingame 5
CA Trabuco Hills 12, Northwood, CA 4

http://www.laxpower.com/common/scoreboard.php

Best Of High School Boys Lacrosse (Video): Gilman School Boys Lacrosse (MD) Defeats Loyola-Blakefield 9-6 On April 21


Date Opponent Conference PR Rank Score   QWF
3/13 at Landon (12-3) DC IAC 98.4 8 W 12-  5   0.175  
3/19 GEORGETOWN PREP (14-2) DC IAC 99.7 2 W 9-  6   0.225  
3/25 LASALLE COLLEGE HS (6-3) PA Cath-No 97.7   W 8-  7 ot 0.175  
4/03 at St Mary’s Annapolis (10-1) MD A MIAA 99.9 1 W 12- 11   0.325  
4/07 MOUNT ST JOSEPH (7-4) MD A MIAA 96.3   W 10-  6   0.025  
4/09 MALVERN PREP (5-4) PA IAC 97.3   W 12-  4   0.150  
4/14 at Severn (10-5) MD A MIAA 95.2   W 11-  7   0.100  
4/17 MCDONOGH (8-6) MD A MIAA 97.2 10 W 7-  4   0.100  
4/21 LOYOLA-BLAKEFIELD (7-4) MD A MIAA 98.5 7 W 9-  6   0.175  
4/24 at Boys’ Latin (10-2) MD A MIAA 99.6 4        
4/28 ARCHBISHOP SPALDING (7-5) MD A MIAA 97.4 9        
5/02 at St Paul’s (10-4) MD A MIAA 98.6 6        
5/05 at Calvert Hall (9-1) MD A MIAA 99.5 5        
5/07 FRIENDS (3-5) MD A MIAA 90.3

Cameron Piorek Update: April 22 Is The One-Year Anniversary Of Cameron’s Injury


 

Cameron #36 watching Aliso Viejo High School Lacrosse game in 2009

Cameron #36 watching Aliso Viejo High School Lacrosse game in 2009

Today is the one year anniversary of Cameron’s injury. It has been quite a year! Thank you to everyone who has helped Cameron and our family. Cameron has come so far in one year and the next year should be even better!

UC Santa Barbara Women’s Lacrosse Wins Western Women’s Lacrosse League Championship With 12-10 Victory Over #2 Santa Clara And Will Be Top Seed For WDIA National Championship Tournament May 6-9


UCSB rallied to come from behind against Santa Clara to win 12-10 and capture the Western Women's Lacrosse League championship in Harder Stadium at UCSB.

UCSB rallied to come from behind against Santa Clara to win 12-10 and capture the Western Women's Lacrosse League championship in Harder Stadium at UCSB.

 UC Santa Barbara has earned the top seed for the 2009 US Lacrosse Women’s Division Intercollegiate Associates (WDIA) National Championship Tournament, presented by Brine. The 16-team tournament will be held May 6-9 at the Scottsdale Sports Complex in Scottsdale , Ariz. The championship game is set for May 9 at 12:30 p.m.

 

 UCSB completed an 18-2 season record with a 12-10 victory over No. 2 ranked Santa Clara in the Western Women’s Lacrosse League championship game, earning the league’s automatic bid to the tournament.

 

Six other teams earned automatic qualifiers to the tournament field by virtue of winning conference championships: No. 7 seed Lindenwood (Women’s Collegiate Lacrosse League), No. 10 seed Florida (Southeastern Women’s Lacrosse League), No. 13 seed Minnesota (North Central Women’s Lacrosse League), No. 14 seed Texas (Texas Women’s Lacrosse League), No. 15 seed Connecticut Club (New England Women’s Lacrosse League) and No. 16 seed West Chester Club (East Coast Women’s Lacrosse Association).

 Nine at-large invitations were also awarded: No. 2 seed Santa Clara , No. 3 seed Colorado State , No. 4 seed Colorado, No. 5 seed Cal Poly, No. 6 seed Virginia Tech Club, No. 8 seed Michigan, No. 9 seed UCLA, No. 11 seed Central Florida, and No. 12 seed Georgia.

 Colorado State snapped Cal Poly’s 28-game winning streak to win the US Lacrosse WDIA National Championship last spring. CSU won 8-5 in overtime at Denver ’s Invesco Field at Mile High. The victory ended Cal Poly’s seven-year run as the national champion.

www.uslacrosse.org/wdia.