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PLAP Pre-Season Boot Camp!

March 15, 2014
By M Conklin of East Ridge Boys Lacrosse

The dates and times are March 17-19th 5-6pm in Inver Grove Heights and March 24-26th 5-6pm in Inver Grove Heights (http://www.ci.inver-grove-heights.mn.us/index.aspx?NID=87) (Veterans Memorial Arena). It will be ran by professional lacrosse players, Scott Jones and Jordan Houtby.  Their bio are below. The cost is $100 per player.  Checks can be sent to the address below, please write in subject: Bootcamp.
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#89 Scott Jones

Position Forward
Height 6'4"
Weight 225
College UMBC
Hometown Port Coquitlam, British Columbia
Summer Team Burnaby Lakers
DOB February 11, 1989
Shoots Right
Years Pro Rookie
Acquired Entry Draft/2013


Selected by Minnesota in the first round (7th overall) of the 2013 NLL Entry Draft.


Put up two assists at Philadelphia (1/18)... Scored his first career NLL goal at Vancouver (1/11)... Tallied one assist in his NLL debut on opening night at Rochester (12/28).


(2011) Named to America East Conference Second Team… Tabbed America East Player of the Week on April 18, 2011… Voted UMBC Athlete of the Month for April 2011… Named to the Winter-Spring America East Conference Honor Roll... : (2012) Named to America East Conference First Team… (2013) Selected as a team captain for the second consecutive season... Tabbed America East co-Player of the Week for games ending April 7… Selected to America East Second Team. (obtained from the UMBC Athletics Website)


#15 Jordan Houtby

Position Defensemen
Height 6'3"
Weight 180
College Detroit-Mercy
Hometown St. Catharines, Ontario
Summer Team Brooklin Redmen
DOB November 1, 1991
Shoots Right
Years Pro Rookie
Acquired Entry Draft/2013


Selected by Minnesota in the fourth round (29th overall) of the 2013 NLL Entry Draft.


Made his NLL debut, picking up three loose balls at Vancouver (1/11)


2013: Ended one of the best careers in Titan and MAAC history with a host of accolades, including the Detroit Defensive Player of the Year and Co-MAAC LSM of the Year… Was also selected Detroit’s first-ever USILA Scholar All-American and earned a spot on the South’s squad in the USILA North-South College All-Star Game – the first Titan to ever appear in the contest… Played in all 15 games and led the team with 73 ground balls – fourth in the MAAC and first among non-faceoff specialist – and was second tallying 35 caused turnovers – second in the conference… Also posted three goals and two assists for five points… Finished sixth in the nation with 2.33 caused turnovers per game, the fourth-straight season he has been in the top six in that category… Recorded a caused turnover in 14 of his 15 games, including three or more on five occasions… His 4.87 ground balls per game was fifth in the MAAC – and the most among non-faceoff specialist – as well as tied for 38th in the nation… Led the team with 13 penalties and 11.5 minutes of infraction time… Had a game-high six caused turnovers with six ground balls at Robert Morris… Picked up five ground balls and put in his first goal of the season against Quinnipiac… Had two caused turnovers and seven GB’s at Marist… Took the ball away three times with five loose balls in the win over VMI… Tallied two caused turnovers, five ground balls and a goal in the downing of Manhattan… Picked off two passes and came away with eight GB’s at Marquette… Posted three caused turnovers, four ground balls and netted a goal in the MAAC Semifinals win over top-seeded Marist… A great game in the first round of the NCAA Championship finishing with a game-high three caused turnovers and nine ground balls… A member of the UDM Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and the MAAC’s All-Academic Team and Honor Roll… A preseason candidate for the 2013 Senior Class Award®… Tabbed an Honorable Mention All-American by Inside Lacrosse as well as to the publication’s preseason All-MAAC Team… Helped lead a defense that finished in the top three in the nation in caused turnovers all four of his years and as the NCAA's all-time leader in caused turnovers with 158… Graduated tied for first with 61 games played… He also picked up 289 career ground balls and scored 14 points with nine goals… Represented Team Canada In the ‘Duel In Denver’ against Team USA in September. (Taken From Detroit-Mercy Athletics Website)

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