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Scotland Lacrosse Roster – 2018 FIL Championships

The international lacrosse community has been anticipating what team Scotland would put on the field in Israel for the 2018 World Lacrosse Championship after their epic run in 2014 that knocked Japan out of the Blue Division. The 6th place finish came after three previous runs to 7th, but never the extra step into the top tier of the world. Now their back to defend their grip on the Blue Division, but they’ve got to start this event against the five other bests on the planet.

(Check out the FULL list of FIL rosters HERE.)

Although lacrosse is has been played in Scotland for ages, the Men’s National Team only started competing on the world stage in 1998. In 2016’s European Championships, Scotland finished with a 4-4 record and 8th on the continent without their core of North American-based athletes. They’ve retuned their focus on dethroning their neighbors to the south as the king of Europe. Here’s the 23 men and 7 staffers that will help lead the Scottish through their 6th ever World Championships.

Scotland Lacrosse Roster 2018

Name, Current/last team


  • Jimmy McBride (New West Salmonbellies)
  • Colin Uyeki (Wesleyan University)
  • Luke Laszkiewicz (Rochester Knighthawks)
  • Dan McQuade (New West Salmonbellies)
  • Cole Paciejewski (Pfeiffer University)


Scotland v Finland - EC16 Quarterfinals

  • Matt Carey (Jacksonville University)
  • Jack Crawley (Hillcroft, UK)
  • Sean Darroch (Lindenwood University)
  • Alex Harper (Welwyn, UK)
  • Alex Mulholland (Rowan University)
  • Thom Gilbrook (Hillcroft, UK)
  • Resham Penesar (Spencer, UK)
  • Josh Richardson (Heaton Mersey, UK)
  • Ryan Sage (Mars Hill University)
  • Iain Vickars (Hillcroft, UK)


  • Matt MacGrotty (Saskatchewan Rush)
  • Tom Loake (Hillcroft, UK)
  • John Goodwin (Hillcroft, UK)
  • Ben Matthews (Heaton Mersey, UK)
  • Fergus McMahon (Birmingham University, UK)
  • Matt Hill (Glasgow, UK)

Scotland v Finland - EC16 Quarterfinals


  • Trevor Jackson (Wilmslow, UK)
  • Dean Stewart


  • Head Coach: Brian Silcott
  • Defensive Coordinator: Peter Lawrence
  • Assistant Coach: Buddy Garland
  • Assistant Coach: Mark Hodkin
  • Coaches Assistant: Mike Paletta
  • Strength & Conditioning: Adam Terry
  • Trainer: Elizabeth Zanolli