Jamie Dubrick is the only head coach in Paris RiverWolves history. Since the birth of the Arena Lacrosse League in 2017 he’s seen players grow and develop, with many moving on to the National Lacrosse League. Coming into 2020, the RiverWolves all-time regular-season record was 19-23. Those numbers have are reversed when compared to playoff […]
The third season of the Women’s Arena Lacrosse League is scheduled to begin this weekend with all teams competing at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena on Saturday. The games begin at 1:00 PM. The Arena Lacrosse League — a development league affiliated with the National Lacrosse League — added a women’s box lacrosse league division in […]
The Calgary Shamrocks are Founders’ Cup champions! The Shamrocks built a five-goal advantage during the championship match, and would hold on to win gold.
Six Nations Tomahawks are the first-ever champions of Senior Series Lacrosse as they hosted the SSL playoffs over the weekend at Iroquois Lacrosse Arena.
Halifax Hustle captured their first championship on Thursday night, winning the NSSLL by defeating the Halifax-Colby Pool Sharks 7-5 in Game 2.
First Nations Junior B Lacrosse League Season celebrates the inaugural season with the Montreal Jr. Shamrocks defeating the Kanehsatake Jr. Warriors, 6-5.
Six teams have been eliminated as six teams advanced from the CUFLA Baggataway Cup Division Playoffs last week. All three top seeds in both the West and East all advanced, some more easily than others.
The 30th regular season of the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA) is complete, playoff seeds decided and the quest for the Baggataway Cup has begun. Twelve teams are set to begin their pursuit of the league title with division playoff games scheduled for this week.
One week remains in the 2014 CUFLA regular season and much is to be decided. Six teams in each division qualify for the post-season and the battle for those final spots are still up-for-grabs.
18-time CUFLA champion Brock Badgers had what might have been their toughest test of this season last weekend. Facing their northern rival Laurentian twice on the St. Catherines campus, Brock needed a late rally to win 11-8 on Saturday.
Two league games remain for McGill University, but the undefeated Redmen already can call themselves CUFLA East Division champions.
In its third season of competition, the European Lacrosse League (ELL) just wrapped Tournament 2 of the 2014 season. The ELL format has four box lacrosse teams competing over four weekend round-robin tournaments to crown a champion.