|Faceoff Dan Spinella vs Tommy Schmicker won by HOB.|
|[14:27]||Clear attempt by COR good.|
|Shot by COR Brian Clayton, SAVE Max Silberlicht.|
|[13:43]||Ground ball pickup by COR Eric Pittard.|
|[13:28]||Clear attempt by HOB good.|
|[12:48]||Clear attempt by COR good.|
|[12:13]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Matt Smalley.|
|[11:55]||Shot by COR Max Seibald, SAVE Max Silberlicht.|
|[11:52]||Ground ball pickup by COR David Mitchell.|
|[11:49]||Shot by COR Brian Clayton WIDE.|
|[11:22]||Shot by COR John Glynn WIDE.|
|[11:16]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Max Silberlicht.|
|[11:12]||Clear attempt by HOB good.|
|[10:17]||Ground ball pickup by COR David Mitchell.|
|[09:47]||Shot by COR Eric Pittard BLOCKED.|
|[09:44]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Mike Suits.|
|[09:34]||Clear attempt by HOB failed.|
|[09:30]||Ground ball pickup by COR Rocco Romero.|
|[09:26]||Shot by COR Eric Pittard, SAVE Max Silberlicht.|
|[09:26]||Ground ball pickup by COR David Mitchell.|
|[09:27]||1||11||GOAL by COR David Mitchell, goal number 34 for season.|
|[09:27]||Faceoff Dan Spinella vs Tommy Schmicker won by COR.|
|[09:11]||Ground ball pickup by COR Tommy Schmicker.|
|[09:05]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Matt Smalley.|
|[08:50]||Shot by HOB Sean Murphy WIDE.|
|[08:46]||Ground ball pickup by COR Matt McMonagle.|
|[08:45]||Clear attempt by COR good.|
|[08:37]||Clear attempt by HOB failed.|
|[08:16]||Ground ball pickup by COR John Espey.|
|[08:14]||1||12||GOAL by COR Rocco Romero, Assist by John Espey, goal number 8 for season.|
|[08:14]||Faceoff Dan Spinella vs Tommy Schmicker won by HOB.|
|[07:51]||Penalty on COR Ethan Vedder (SLASHING/1:00) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[07:40]||Shot by HOB Nick Currie, SAVE Matt McMonagle.|
|[06:54]||1||13||GOAL by COR Max Seibald (MAN-DOWN), goal number 14 for season.|
|[06:54]||Faceoff Dan Spinella vs John Glynn won by HOB.|
|[06:48]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Matt Smalley.|
|[06:01]||Shot by HOB Daryl Veltman BLOCKED.|
|[05:59]||Ground ball pickup by COR John Glynn.|
|[05:53]||Clear attempt by COR failed.|
|[05:48]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Rafe Mattingly.|
|[05:33]||Shot by HOB Matt Smalley HIGH.|
|[05:20]||Shot by HOB James Dussich, SAVE Matt McMonagle.|
|[05:14]||Ground ball pickup by COR Mitch Belisle.|
|[05:12]||Clear attempt by COR good.|
|[04:55]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Daryl Veltman.|
|[04:46]||Shot by HOB Mike Lazore HIGH.|
|[04:39]||Clear attempt by COR good.|
|[03:41]||Shot by COR Chris Finn WIDE.|
|[03:22]||Shot by COR Troy Turri HIT POST.|
|[03:00]||Shot by COR Christian Pastirik, SAVE Max Silberlicht.|
|[02:57]||Ground ball pickup by HOB Max Silberlicht.|
|[02:47]||Clear attempt by HOB good.|
|[02:39]||Shot by HOB Matt Smalley WIDE.|
|[02:37]||GOAL by HOB Daryl Veltman, Assist by Jamie Kirk, goal number 33 for season.||2||13|
|[02:37]||Faceoff Dan Spinella vs John Glynn won by COR.|
|[02:24]||Ground ball pickup by COR George Calvert.|
|[02:20]||Shot by COR Chris Finn, SAVE Max Silberlicht.|
|[01:59]||Shot by HOB Chris David, SAVE Matt McMonagle.|
|[02:18]||Clear attempt by HOB good.|
|[01:46]||Clear attempt by COR failed.|
|[00:28]||Penalty on HOB Matt Smalley (HOLDING/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[00:12]||Shot by COR David Mitchell WIDE.|
|[00:03]||2||14||GOAL by COR Brian Clayton (MAN-UP), Assist by Max Seibald, goal number 14 for season.|
Tastemakers of Park City, Utah: Vessel Kitchen
If you haven’t tried this locals’ favorite already, we highly recommend stopping by Vessel Kitchen, a farm-fresh, fast-casual spot that won’t break the bank, the next time you’re fueling up for an adventure or heading home after an action-filled day.
Located in Kimball Junction, Vessel Kitchen offers a quick-service dining experience and delicious dishes made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. But as soon as you walk in the door, you’ll recognize that Vessel isn’t your usual fast-casual joint. “The ordering process lends itself to one of our core ethos at Vessel, which is transparency,” explains Nick Gradinger, co-founder. “Everything at Vessel is on display, so anytime that a patron comes into Vessel, they’re in control of cultivating a dining experience that’s conducive to them.”
With a dining area that feels warm and inviting and plenty of outdoor space on the back patio, Vessel feels like a place you’d like to stay and hang out for a while, enjoying your meal with friends. The china and silverware add an elevated touch, too, creating an experience more akin to a fine dining restaurant than a grab-and-go spot.
In the kitchen, Chef Roee Levy ensures that Vessel’s food also tastes above and beyond what you might expect from a typical quick-service spot. Originally from Israel, Levy infuses the menu with hints of global flavors and a Mediterranean flair. He’s also deeply inspired by local Park City purveyors; Vessel’s local partners include New Roots Farms, Red Bicycle Breadworks, Gold Creek Farms, and Suss Cookies.
In this episode, Levy talks about the phenomenal Hash Hash, one of the first menu items developed at Vessel that (luckily) won’t be off the menu anytime soon. A hearty dish that you’ll crave when you come off the mountain, the base is a sweet potato hash with Moroccan paprika and caramelized onions. It’s then topped with braised beef that’s been braised for 16 hours, horseradish aioli, and pickled onions.
The culinary team loves to change up the menu frequently, ensuring you’ll never get bored — even if you end up eating there daily, which is all too easy to do! The menu changes not only seasonally, but also whenever a farmer calls up with a truckload of something new and Levy feels like experimenting. “It can be a big change or a small change, but we love implementing and adding new ingredients,” he says.
No matter what time of day or what you choose to eat here at Vessel, we guarantee you’ll leave satisfied and ready for more adventures on the mountain.
|[15:00]||ZANDER BUTEUX at goalie for DEN.|
|[15:00]||Brad Hester at goalie for JU.|
|[15:00]||Faceoff JOHN CUGINI vs Mike Wallenhorst won by JU.|
|[14:34]||Shot by JU Jeremy Tissenbaum BLOCKED.|
|[15:00]||Ground ball pickup by JU Mike Wallenhorst.|
|[14:24]||Ground ball pickup by DEN DILLON ROY.|
|[14:22]||Clear attempt by DEN good.|
|[14:16]||Shot by DEN ALEX DEMOPOULOS, SAVE Brad Hester.|
|[14:12]||Ground ball pickup by JU Brad Hester.|
|[14:03]||Clear attempt by JU good.|
|[12:50]||Shot by JU Ryan Serville WIDE.|
|[11:54]||Shot by DEN TODD BAXTER, SAVE Brad Hester.|
|[11:46]||Ground ball pickup by JU Brad Hester.|
|[11:40]||Turnover by JU Jake Ziegler (caused by Steve Simonetti).|
|[11:34]||Ground ball pickup by DEN Steve Simonetti.|
|[11:29]||Clear attempt by JU failed.|
|[11:26]||Clear attempt by DEN good.|
|[11:22]||GOAL by DEN ALEX DEMOPOULOS (FIRST GOAL), Assist by JOHN DICKENSON.||1||0|
|[11:22]||Faceoff JOHN CUGINI vs Mike Wallenhorst won by JU.|
|[11:22]||Ground ball pickup by JU Mike Wallenhorst.|
|[10:48]||Turnover by JU Nick Scalzo.|
|[10:34]||Clear attempt by DEN good.|
|[10:31]||GOAL by DEN CAMERON FLINT.||2||0|
|[10:31]||Faceoff JOHN CUGINI vs Mike Wallenhorst won by DEN.|
|[10:19]||Clear attempt by DEN good.|
|[09:58]||Turnover by DEN ANDREW LAY.|
|[09:54]||Clear attempt by JU good.|
|[09:54]||Shot by JU Jeremy Tissenbaum BLOCKED.|
|[09:54]||Ground ball pickup by JU Donovan Lange.|
|[09:52]||2||1||GOAL by JU Tj Kenary, Assist by Donovan Lange.|
|[09:52]||Faceoff JOHN CUGINI vs Mike Wallenhorst won by JU.|
|[09:52]||Ground ball pickup by JU John Linnan.|
|[08:40]||Shot by JU Dan Jones, SAVE ZANDER BUTEUX.|
|[08:25]||Clear attempt by DEN good.|
|[07:52]||Ground ball pickup by DEN ALEX DEMOPOULOS.|
|[07:43]||Shot by DEN MARK MATTHEWS BLOCKED.|
|[07:30]||Shot by DEN CAMERON FLINT HIT POST.|
|[07:25]||GOAL by DEN CAMERON FLINT.||3||1|
|[07:25]||Faceoff PATRICK ROGERS vs Mike Wallenhorst won by JU.|
|[07:25]||Ground ball pickup by JU Mike Wallenhorst.|
|[07:25]||Shot by JU Cameron Mann, SAVE ZANDER BUTEUX.|
|[07:25]||Clear attempt by DEN good.|
|[07:24]||GOAL by DEN MARK MATTHEWS, Assist by Steve Simonetti.||4||1|
|[07:24]||Faceoff PATRICK ROGERS vs Mike Wallenhorst won by JU.|
|[07:17]||Ground ball pickup by JU John Linnan.|
|[07:13]||Turnover by JU John Linnan (caused by PATRICK ROGERS).|
|[07:09]||Ground ball pickup by DEN ALEX DEMOPOULOS.|
|[06:39]||Shot by DEN CHARLEY DICKENSON, SAVE Brad Hester.|
|[06:33]||Ground ball pickup by DEN TODD BAXTER.|
|[06:08]||Shot by DEN MARK MATTHEWS WIDE.|
|[06:05]||Ground ball pickup by DEN TODD BAXTER.|
|[05:57]||Shot by DEN JOHN DICKENSON, SAVE Brad Hester.|
|[05:49]||Shot by DEN CHARLEY DICKENSON WIDE.|
|[05:41]||Shot by DEN JOHN DICKENSON WIDE.|
|[04:54]||Ground ball pickup by DEN JOHN DICKENSON.|
|[04:47]||Shot by DEN CHARLEY DICKENSON WIDE.|
|[04:23]||Turnover by DEN ALEX DEMOPOULOS (caused by Garrett Swaim).|
|[04:19]||Ground ball pickup by JU Garrett Swaim.|
|[04:16]||Clear attempt by JU good.|
|[02:51]||Shot by JU Max Gurowski WIDE.|
|[02:51]||Penalty on DEN CAMERON FLINT (SLAS/1:00) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[02:39]||Turnover by JU Cameron Mann.|
|[02:27]||Ground ball pickup by JU Garrett Swaim.|
|[02:25]||Turnover by DEN ZANDER BUTEUX.|
|[02:20]||Clear attempt by DEN failed.|
|[01:40]||Penalty on DEN TODD BAXTER (OFFS/0:30) Extra-man opportunity.|
|[01:29]||Shot by JU Ryan Serville, SAVE ZANDER BUTEUX.|
|[01:24]||Turnover by DEN ZANDER BUTEUX.|
|[01:24]||4||2||GOAL by JU Ryan Serville (MAN-UP).|
|[01:24]||Faceoff PATRICK ROGERS vs Mike Wallenhorst won by JU.|
|[01:24]||Ground ball pickup by JU Mike Wallenhorst.|
|[01:21]||Turnover by JU Mike Wallenhorst.|
|[01:05]||Clear attempt by DEN good.|
|[01:00]||Turnover by DEN CAMERON KERR (caused by Stephen Spindler).|
|[00:56]||Ground ball pickup by JU Brad Hester.|
|[00:50]||Clear attempt by JU good.|
|[00:47]||Shot by JU Ryan Serville WIDE.|
|[00:41]||Timeout by JU.|
|[00:41]||Ground ball pickup by JU Nick Scalzo.|
|[00:02]||Turnover by JU Ryan Serville (caused by NICK GRADINGER).|
|[00:00]||Ground ball pickup by DEN ZANDER BUTEUX.|
Max Gradinger – Men’s Lacrosse
• 2009 America East Academic Honor Roll
AS A SENIOR (2011): Played in all 15 games for the Catamounts, making four starts … Finished second on the team in ground balls with 55 … Grabbed a season-high eight ground balls in a 7-5 win over Bryant … Caused five turnovers in a win over St. John’s and also at #16 Denver … Scored his lone goal of the season in the win over St. John’s at home.
AS A JUNIOR (2010): Gradinger played in all 16 games and made nine starts … Ranked first on the team with 60 ground balls … Had one goal and one assist … Had an assist and three ground balls in a 7-4 loss to Bryant on Feb. 20 … Recorded six ground balls in a 13-11 loss at home to Marist on March 4 … Recorded four ground balls in an 18-7 loss at No. 1 Virginia on March 16 … Scored a goal and had three ground balls in an 8-7 loss to St. John’s on March 20 … Had five ground balls in an 11-8 win against Binghamton in the America East opener on April 3 … Picked up a season-high seven ground balls in a 9-4 loss at Albany on April 11.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2009): Gradinger played in all 14 games and had a team leading 41 ground balls … Had one goal and one assist … Named to the America East Academic Honor Roll … Had five ground balls in a 13-7 loss to Notre Dame on March 21 in the Patriot Cup at SMU Ford Field in Dallas, Texas … Grabbed four ground balls in a 10-8 loss at Stony Brook on April 4 … Had five ground balls and an assist in an 8-4 loss at Binghamton on April 10 … Scored a goal in a 9-6 loss against Albany on April 19 at Moulton Winder Field.AS A FRESHMAN (2008): Gradinger was one of only two UVM freshman to play in all 16 games … Was seventh on the team with 29 ground balls … Recorded three ground balls in a 9-8 win against Fairfield on April 1 and a 12-10 victory at Marist on April 8.
BEFORE VERMONT: Gradinger played four years of lacrosse and one year of football at Torrey Pines High School in Del Mar, Calif. … He led Torrey Pines to a San Diego sectional title as a senior and was the San Diego Union Tribune Player of the Year … Went on to be named a U.S. Lacrosse All-American … He had five goals, seven assists and 136 ground balls as a senior … He was named First-Team North County and First-Team All-Section.
PERSONAL: Max A. Gradinger the son of Leo and Melanie Gradinger … His brother Nick plays lacrosse at Cornell … His grandfather Leo played college football at San Diego State … Lists Ladainian Tomlinson as one of his favorite athletes … Lists snowboarding as one of his hobbies … Majoring in community entrepreneurship.
Year GP GB Sh G A Pts Pen 2008 16 29 4 0 0 0 15-12.5 2009 14 41 7 1 1 2 12-11.0 2010 16 60 2 1 1 2 12-9.5 2011 15 55 2 1 0 1 9-7.0 Totals 61 185 15 3 2 5 48-30.0
WESTMINSTER MEN’S LACROSSE CAMPS
Westminster Lacrosse – Summer Lacrosse Camps
Advanced Defensive Skills (June 7, 2016 – July 26, 2015) – – – $225.00
What: Multi-session offensive skills training camp geared toward middle & high school age male athletes serious about improving their Defensive skills and skill sets in a high intensity small group setting. Most sessions include speed, agility and unique conditioning approaches targeted specifically towards the modern lacrosse athlete. All sessions are prepared and instructed exclusively by Brad Lavoie (Associate Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach, Westminster College), Nick Gradinger (HC Park City HS, Director of Utah Prime LC) and their staff of expert coaches.
When: Six sessions taking place on Tuesday evening’s 7:00PM-8:30PM June through July 2016 — Dates listed below
Dates: June 7, 14 & 28 – July 5, 19 & 26
Who: Middle and High School boys (rising 7th graders 2022 – rising HS seniors 2017) serious about improving their offensive skills and skill sets – limited to 40 spots – first come first serve
Where: Dumke Field on the campus of Westminster College (SLC)
Why: This is the very best defensive training experience available in the region. Our proven teaching methodology focuses on purposeful teaching, individual attention and high intensity repetition in a “safe place” environment alongside like-minded individuals.
- Small groups – more rep’s, more attention and more opportunity for improvement
- Progression teaching over many sessions – perfect practice makes perfect (no rush)
- State of the art facilities and equipment – efficient and effective – no wasted time
- Proven track record of success – money back satisfaction guarantee
How: Registration information can be found at
Contact: Brad Lavoie · [email protected] or 801.832.2338
*This camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and gender).
Lucas Gradinger – Men’s Lacrosse
Gradinger in the News:
• March 3, 2016: A California Homecoming: Gradinger Returns to California
As a redshirt sophomore (2016): Appeared in all 20 games on the second midifeld line, totaling six goals and three assists … scored a goal against High Point (2/20) in first game since return from injury … had a goal in front of hometown California crowd vs. #1 Notre Dame (3/5) … picked up a ground ball at Drexel (3/8) … posted career-high three points on one goal and two assists at Princeton (3/12) … dished an assist vs. #10 Albany (3/16) … had a ground ball vs. #18 Rutgers … scored a goal against #10 Navy (4/19) … scored a career-high two goals in Big Ten Tournament semifinal win vs. #18 Penn State (5/5) … had two ground balls in NCAA 1st Round vs. Quinnipiac (5/15).
As a sophomore (2015): Made season debut in victory at Navy (2/14) … suffered season-ending injury in second game of season against Yale (2/21).
As a freshman (2014): Made his collegiate debut in 16-3 win vs. Mount St. Mary’s (2/8) … spectacular first collegiate goal, putting in his own rebound on a diving back-handed shot in 14-3 win over UMBC (2/15) … also had one groundball vs. the Retrievers … one groundball in 13-5 win at Michigan (3/18) … saw time in the first half in 11-8 loss at No. 6 North Carolina (3/22).
Before Maryland: Two-time US Lacrosse High School All-American … 2013 US Lacrosse Western Region Player of the Year … his No. 6 jersey is retired by Torrey Pines – also worn by his older brothers, Nick and Max … won the 2013 Adrenaline All-American honor after scoring four goals and adding two assists at the Adrenaline All-American Game … ranked the No. 15 freshman midfielder in the nation according to Inside Lacrosse … ranked the 35th overall recruit by Inside Lacrosse … four-year letterwinner for coach Jono Zissi at Torrey Pines HS … totaled 291 points on 144 goals and 147 assists for his prep career … 2013 San Diego Union Tribune Player of the Year … four-time all-league and all-county … two-time team captain.
Personal: Son of Leo and Melanie Gradinger … father, Leo, played football at San Diego State from 1977-80 … younger brother of Nick and Max … brother, Nick, played lacrosse at Cornell from 2006-09 … brother, Max, played lacrosse at Vermont from 2008-11 … majoring in communications.
|Gradinger’s Scoring Statistics|
Psychologist Ufa – As promised, continuation of the previous one …
As promised, continuation of the previous post, likes from you ❤️
I’ll start with the question: what are the emotions and feelings and what to do with them?
In psychology, there are many theories explaining the various manifestations of human feelings.
1. So, to summarize, you are either good or bad, or “in no way”, and perhaps – do not understand what, or, ambivalent.
I repeat once again: in a very rough approximation, you can tell how you feel:
3. neither good nor bad
4. sometimes good, sometimes bad
2. Now I propose to separate the sensations in the body from the actual emotional experiences.
Yes! Imagine they are connected and directly. In case of severe hunger or pain, irritability is guaranteed. When the body is tired, the pressure has dropped, more often a person wants to sleep – he becomes calm, sad, etc.
However, is your “good, bad, not comprehensible, and in any way” related to the body? Or with some real or imaginary events?
Determine where and what you feel:
– sensations in the body,
– emotions and feelings.
3. We decipher the experience, name it, determine its intensity. At the very beginning, while you are learning to explain to yourself and decipher your state, you can use a cheat sheet !!!
Doubt or shadow of doubt, Fear flashed, Light fear, Awe, Fear, Fear, Mild anxiety, Excitement, Anxiety, Severe Anxiety, Severe fear, FEAR !, Mild horror, Horror, HORROR, HORROR, HORROR !!! Horror paralyzing the whole body and mind, Horror, Mind-blowing horror, Panic.
Light disgust, slight contempt, disgust, disgust, dislike, antipathy, disgust, contempt, disgust, hatred
Light annoyance, discontent, annoyance, slight irritation, irritation, displeasure, indignation, anger , seething anger, anger, anger, fervor, indignation, anger, rage, fury, ferocity, frenzy, frenzy, frenzied rage.
Turn the photo feed ❗️➡️ Love yourself!
Take care of yourself!
Sincerely yours psychologist Lilia, entry in the profile header # feelings # emotions # affect # psychologonline # psychotherapist # psycholilia