Utah Lacrosse Announces 2023 Schedule
SALT LAKE CITY – Coming off its most historic season in program history, the Utah Lacrosse program is set for a full 13-game regular season slate in 2023, including seven games in Salt LAX City.
The Utes will start on the road at Denver on Saturday, Feb. 4 followed by back-to-back games in Salt Lake City, starting with their home opener against Marquette on Saturday, Feb. 11 in Rice-Eccles Stadium. Utah will then host Vermont on Saturday, Feb. 18 at Ute Field after beating the Catamounts on the road last season.
Utah takes off to the east coast on Saturday, March 4 to take on Rutgers, followed by its ASUN Conference opener against the Bellarmine Knights, who come to Salt Lake City on Saturday, March 18. The Utes continue their conference slate against Detroit Mercy (Saturday, March 25) and Air Force (Wednesday, March 29) on the road before returning to Ute Field to take on Jacksonville on Saturday, April 1.
The Utes are on the road on Saturday, April 8 against Robert Morris before a three-game home stand starting with Lindenwood on Wednesday, April 12. The Utes also host Mercer (Saturday, April 15) and Cleveland State (Saturday, April 22) for its final two regular season home games of the year.
Utah closes out the regular season against Queens College of Charlotte on the road on Saturday, April 29 with the ASUN Tournament taking place May 2-7 in Township, Pa.
The Utes are looking to build program momentum after the 2022 season that saw 42 school records fall while Utah won the ASUN regular season title in its first year in the league. Utah won a program-record 10 games with the Utes sweeping the main conference awards in Offensive (Tyler Bradbury) and Defensive (Samuel Cambere) Player of the Year and Coach of the Year (Andrew McMinn).
McMinn is entering his second year with the program, holding an overall record of 86-69 in Division I lacrosse. Under his direction, the Utes finished the 2022 season leading the ASUN in assists per game, clearing percentage, faceoff win percentage, ground balls per game, points per game and scoring offense.
Times for the 2023 schedule along with season ticket information will be announced at a later date.