Posted On: 05/1/19 9:00 AM

The first NCAA viewing period for D1 coaches took place this last weekend and adidas held their Platinum Division series in Dallas, Texas. 40 of the best club teams in the country traveled to Dallas to compete in the always competitive Gauntlet. A couple hundred colleges were in attendance throughout the weekend from high major D1's on down to National Jucos looking for quality prospects. The 40 teams were split into 8 different pools with showcase style games played among the teams in each pool. Below is a quick recap of who did well in each pool!

Pool A: All in 17u Truding: 4-0 record for the Illinois based program. All in displayed a team full of skill players that can run their system well.

Pool B: Minnesota Stars: 4-0 record. The stars are quickly gaining momentum as not only one of the best teams in the midwest, but the entire country.

Pool C: Indiana Elite Platinum:  3-1 record. The Indiana based squad finished first in their pool, suffering only one loss to Fresno Lady Heat, who placed second due to tie-breaker rules.

Pool D: Arizona Elite Black: 4-0 record behind high major recruit 2020 6'4 F Alexandra Zelaya. The adidas All-American

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