From Coquitlam to San Diego – How I Made It

Wes Berg Chris O'Dougherty Vancouver Stealth Calgary Roughnecks NLL 2016 Photo: Garrett James

Before the championships, before the professional contracts, and before the gold medal, there was Coquitlam. Growing up, box lacrosse was lacrosse. Field was barely an option in Coquitlam, British Columbia, where I lived. Not until I was already leaving for college did the field game build any real presence in the area. Some schools had […]

Wes Berg Player Profile – A Recap of the Seal’s Career

Calgary Roughnecks Saskatchewan Rush NLL 2016 Photo: Candice Ward

At 27, Wes Berg already has a number of championships under his belt. That’s why we’ve put together this Wes Berg player profile. It started in 2010 with the Coquitlam Adanacs. Berg helped lead the team to a Minto Cup win, a first for the program. In 2011, he won the Bill Dickinson Trophy as […]

Adanacs Continue Roll Toward Minto Cup, Arrows Look to Stop

Coquitlam Adanacs vs Six Nations Arrows Minto Cup

The Best of 7 Minto Cup finals are two games in and the Six Nations Arrows are starting to really look flustered. Although the Arrows lost the first game to Coquitlam 7-6, the Adanacs got the better read on Six Nations in game two taking 11-6 win.

Box Lacrosse in British Columbia: Game of the Year

Coquitlam Adanacs vs. New Westminster Salmonbellies BCJALL Photo Credit: Paul Sparrow

After losing 12-10 to the ‘Bellies on June 18th, the Adanacs will be seeking revenge and looking to avoid being swept in the season series between the first and second place teams in the BCJALL. A win for New West will clinch them the regular season title and will mark the first time since 2008 Coquitlam will not finish with first place honors.

Box Lacrosse in British Columbia: Playoff Push

Coquitlam Adanacs vs Victoria Shamrocks BCJALL credit: Paul Sparrow

After playing each other Saturday, the Adanacs will host the Shamrocks for their third and final meeting this season. With the first game between the two clubs ending in a 9-9 tie, a crucial two points is up for grabs as both teams fight for a better position in the standings and a more favorable draw heading into the post season. With Coquitlam sitting in second with 29 points, and Victoria currently in third with 23, it is probable these two teams will face each other in the first round of the 2014 BCJALL playoffs.

Box Lacrosse in British Columbia: Battle of the Bigs

Coquitlam Adanacs vs. New Westminster Salmonbellies BCJALL box lacrosse Jr. A Photo Credit: Paul Sparrow

Both teams now have their complete rosters and all players back from school, you can be sure this game will be a little different than when the two league leaders first met. This week New West heads to Coquitlam for a battle of the bigs.