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Scott Teeter Returns as Canada Women’s National Field Head Coach

OTTAWA, ON—Lacrosse Canada is pleased to announce Scott Teeter will return as head coach, accompanying the senior women’s national team to next summer’s 2022 World Lacrosse Women’s World Championship in Towson, USA.

“Scott Teeter will once again bring a wealth of coaching talent and personal character to our Women’s national team,” said Jason Donville, Director of High Performance and International Relations for Lacrosse Canada. “Scott has been one of the elite coaches in both the NCAA and International Lacrosse for many years, and we look forward to seeing him lead Canada’s women’s team through to the World Championships in 2022.”

Previously, Teeter led Canada to a silver medal in the 2017 FIL World Cup, held in England, as well as a silver medal at the 2017 World Games in Poland.

Team General Manager, Gary Gait, is also thrilled with the appointment.

“Scott has had tremendous success leading our national teams at the U-19 and Senior levels in the past, and I believe he is the right coach to allow us to compete for gold at the 2022 World Championships,” Gait said.

Who Is Scott Teeter?

Scott Teeter, who hails from Shelburne, Ont. grew up as both a box and field lacrosse player. Currently the head coach of the University of Louisville’s women’s lacrosse team, he will return as head coach of Canada’s senior women’s field team for the second time.

Prior to moving to Kentucky, Teeter spent 14 years as the head coach at Canisius College, where he led the program to six conference championships in seven years. A Canisius alumnus, Teeter holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in physical education.

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