Sin City Debuts First Girls Only Adrenaline Event, Top Programs From All Over

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Coming off the heels of a wildly successful boys weekend in Vegas with 160+ competitive teams in attendance, the Adrenaline crew heads back to Sin City for more, this time with only girls programs in tow. This year’s Sin City Showdown marks the first official girls-only Adrenaline tournament, a feat our leadership team with seven daughters collectively is proud of. While the western game has grown for longer on the boys side, the girls side has undoubtedly grown faster. Not only are there more girls programs spread across emerging western hot beds, but the talent level of players and programs have elevated significantly over the last few years. It surely helps having DI programs such as Stanford, Cal, UC Davis, Oregon, SDSU, USC, ASU, and more in our backyard, but east coast NCAA powerhouses aren’t sleeping on western players either.

Over 100 players will jump start the weekend early by attending Friday nights Sin City Clinic. Players will run through a series of drills led by NCAA coaches for the first half of the night, followed by full field games in a round robin format. NCAA coaches leading the way include Georgetown, Florida, Northwestern, Colorado, Denver, Cal, VCU, Southern Florida and more! Players are also attending from all over, check out clinic rosters here.

The fun will continue through the weekend with regular pool play games starting early Saturday. 60+ girls teams will compete for a championship across seven divisions. 27 different programs from 8 different states- WA, CA, CO, OR, MN, UT, NV, AZ- and Canada will walk away with western bragging rights. Top performers will make the All-Tournament team, to be announced after the event. Check out the full schedule on Tourney Machine here!

Who will take home the hardware? Tune in to our social all weekend long for a BTS look at #SinCityShowdown21.

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