Utah Lacrosse Ready To Host Robert Morris Saturday
The University of Utah Lacrosse program will take on the Robert Morris Colonials on Saturday, April 16. The game is set for a 1 p.m. MT start at Ute Field on the Utah campus.
SALT LAX CITY TICKETS
Single-game tickets are on sale at www.UtahTickets.com for $10 each with just two more opportunities to see the Utes this season. Tickets will also be available at the Ute Field ticket office prior to each home game.
HOW TO WATCH
Utah Lacrosse will provide a live stream of the game and live stats, both available on UtahUtes.com. Direct links to both the stream and the live stats are available on the Utah Lacrosse schedule page.
To get inside access to the Utah Lacrosse program including behind the scenes videos and photos, in-game updates, and much more, make sure to follow along on social media (Instagram: @UtahLacrosse | Twitter: @UtahLacrosse).
UTE FIELD HISTORY
Utah's game against Robert Morris will mark just the third time that the Utes have played on the field with two of those games happening against the Colonials. The Utes are 1-1 at Ute Field after beating Mercer 23-9 this season and falling to Robert Morris 16-12 in 2021. Utah currently ranks eighth in the country in attendance average (1,692) and is first in the ASUN.
• Utah is currently receiving votes in both the Inside Lacrosse Media and the USILA Coaches Polls and is 2-2 this season against ranked opponents.
• The Utes are 2-0 in ASUN games with Robert Morris being the only other undefeated team in league games.
• Utah ranks second nationally and first in the ASUN in clearing percentage (.932).
• The Utes are currently 14th in the country and second in the ASUN in shot percentage (.320).
• Utah has 116 goals through eight games, 23 away from setting a team single-season record with three regular season game remaining.
LAST TIME OUT
Utah came away with its second ASUN victory of the season and its second straight road win, beating Cleveland State 15-11 on April 9. Utah trailed 6-1 early in the first quarter, but took control in the second half to post its fifth road win of the year.
• Utah finished the game with 41 ground balls and four caused turnovers.
• Josh Stout scored a season-high six goals with his seven points (1 assist) ranking in the top-five all-time at Utah.
• Tyler Bradbury had a season-high four assists.
• Cole Brams had his second double-digit GB performance of the season with 10.
• Zion Dechesere finished the game with 12 saves and nine goals allowed, only allowing three goals total after the first quarter.