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US LACROSSE PACIFIC SOUTHWEST REGION


BUZZING IN THE BEEHIVE STATE


A commitment to coach and athlete development has Utah on the cusp of


a big breakthrough BY MATT HAMILTON


It was a rare but welcome sight during the game between Westminster, an NCAA Division II men’s lacrosse team, and Utah, which is playing in the MCLA, but hoping to make it to NCAA Division I in the near future. Westminster coach Mason Goodhand, who started the Utah Chapter of US Lacrosse in 1996, realized that all three referees grew up playing lacrosse in Utah. Each was part of the first generation of Utah lacrosse players, willing to give back to the next generation in a variety of ways. “We’re now seeing dads of little league and high school teams who played the game locally when they were kids,” Goodhand said. “That’s an exciting transition for us to get experienced people involved in the organization of teams and running games.”


Goodhand has witnessed the beginning of a lacrosse movement in the state of Utah, and with the help of US Lacrosse, was able to create a sustainable


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Rep Arielle Insel Membership and Regional Development


Arielle Insel, manager of membership and regional development at US Lacrosse, provides administrative support for all eight regions. US Lacrosse was reviewing candidates for its Pacific Southwest regional manager vacancy as this edition went to press. Arielle has overseen development efforts in the region, which


includes chapters in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada and Utah, in the interim.


How can US Lacrosse help grow the sport in your area? Contact Arielle at ainsel@uslacrosse.org or 410-235-6882, extension 176.


32 US LACROSSE MAGAZINE May/June 2017


PICTURE THIS LIONIZED


The Loma Alta (Calif.) Lions of the Pacific Edge Lacrosse Association are part of the LA County Parks and Rec program which received US Lacrosse First Stick Program support through the Kids in Sports Foundation.


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