A report on Saturday scores for collegiate and high school women’s lacrosse at the Santa Barbara Shootout are here on MaxLaxOC.com. High school play started yesterday. Bracket results for those games are also shown here.
“I have a young team,” Says San Clemente and Tritons Club Head Coach Josh Cain, “They show a lot of ability and potential. I can’t wait to see how they grow between now and the end of season.”
The Tritons are 0-2 in the tournament, but have had a winning experience with their second #SBSHOOTOUT experience. Speaking of last year at Santa Barbara, Coach Cain says, “It was a lot of fun. The level of play was really competitive, which helps players to see good teams. Especially before season, the Shootout helped them notice strengths and weaknesses of our team.”
The Santa Barbara Shootout is the 28th annual event with a record number of 84 women’s lacrosse teams competing.
Of the WCLA DII club competition, Cal State San Marcos is undefeated, with a whopping 16-1 victory over Humbolt on Saturday. Team leadership is spread wide across their roster from seniors like EDHS alum Nicole Robertson to ETHS alum and freshman, Madison Larsh (pictured above). The Cougars take on Stanford Club at 2:00PM today. @Maxlaxocgirls will live tweet the game.
Scores for all Saturday games are below, along with LaxPower.com rankings. Tune in to @maxlaxocgirls on Twitter for live updates on high school bracket play.
|UC Santa Cruz||UCSD|
|Cal Poly||21||Texas A&M||5|
|Cal Poly B||12||Grand Canyon B||5|
|UC Davis B||21||UCI B||1|
|Team Scream||4||Eh Team||10|
|Fillies Blue||4||Legacy White||10|
|Utah Valley||5||St. Benedict’s||14|
|Boise State||6||Michigan State||11|
|Chico State||Air Force|
|Utah State||7||San Marcos||8|
|Santa Clara||13||Virginia Tech||10|
|N. Arizona||18||San Jose State||12|
|Portland St.||Nevada, Reno|
|UC Davis||5||Virginia Tech||17|
|UCSB B||11||UCLA B||14|
|Cal Poly B||22||UCI B||1|
|Boise St.||13||St. Benedicts||12|
|Arizona State||12||W. Washington||15|
|UNLV||15||UC Santa Cruz||3|
|Utah Valley||19||N. Colorado||6|
|UC Davis B||14||UCLA B||5|
|UCSB B||6||Grand Canyon B||11|
|Aliso Bl.||8||Fillies Gold||5|
— Michelle Mendoza (@Michelledm18) February 13, 2016
Michelle Mendoza is a graduate of El Toro High School and Chapman University, where she played NCAA D3 lacrosse. Follow her on Twitter @michelledm18.