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2018 Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Roster

The 2018 Iroquois Nationals lacrosse roster has gotten out, and it’s one heck of a team. Let’s get ready for the FIL Worlds!

The 2018 Iroquois Nationals lacrosse roster seems to be out, and while the official homepage for the Iroquois has not been updated with the info, it’s making the rounds on social media, and if this list is 100% correct, it’s one heck of a team.

The Nationals often release their roster at the last minute, and changes have been made in the past, so it’ not a lock until it’s actually game day and the official roster has been submitted to the FIL, but this looks pretty darn legit!

For a complete list of 2018 FIL rosters click HERE.

2018 Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Roster


Tehoka Nanticoke – 1
Miles Thompson – 2
Lyle Thomspon – 4
Randy Staats – 45
Kyle Jackson – 47
Austin Staats – 83
Ty Thompson – 91


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Ron John – 19
Frank Brown – 21
Hiana Thompson – 22
Mike Lazore – 24
Vaughn Harris – 28
Oran Horn – 42
Brendan Bomberry – 43
Jeremy Thompson – 74


Liam Anderson – 7
Taylor Smoke – 11
Jake Fox – 15
Tyson Bomberry – 18
Johnson Jimerson – 44
Jerry Staats – 77


Tyler Armonstrong – 94
Warren Hill – 76

Quick Thoughts

You will notice that is only on 22 names and 23 spots are available, so the 2018 Iroquois Nationals are either going over a man short, or there is another name we will see added to the list.

Again, this might not be the FINAL 2018 Iroquois Nationals team that we see playing in the World Lacrosse Championships, but it looks awfully close!

Injuries, last minute changes, births of children, and other things can all be the cause of change to rosters, so keep your eyes peeled and stay up to date with us here on

Assuming the above group is the final team, this is going to be an exciting bunch to watch! Good goaltending, a skilled and tough defense, legs in the midfield, and an offense that can put the ball away with the best of them.

Are there some notable names “missing” from this list? Perhaps! It’s a tough team to make, but this group looks really tough and conditioned, and as competitive as ever!

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