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Iroquois Lacrosse

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The Iroquois’ ‘Little War’ for Independence

Winona LaDuke explains how lacrosse is a microcosm of the Iroquois Nation's fight for sovereignty. "The history of lacrosse is also the history of attempts by the Iroquois Nation—the longest-standing democracy in North America—to gain recognition under international law."
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How Good Will Iroquois Lacrosse Be In Denver?

With the World Championships just over a month away, it's high time to start looking at some of the top contenders a lot deeper. While the US and Canada are still the clear cut favorites, and Australia has had a lock on the bronze (or silver) since the WLC inception in 1967, the Iroquois Lacrosse program seems to be putting forth a really competitive team for 2014, and we're all curious to see if they can do better than a 4th place finish, which is their best finish ever at a world field lacrosse championship.
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Blue Division 2014: Iroquois In, Germany Out

News is starting to hit the wire that the FIL member vote on the Iroquois - Germany proposal has come back in, and that the Iroquois Nationals will be placed back in the Blue Division for the upcoming world lacrosse championships in Denver this Summer while Germany will be bumped out of the Blue Division.
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Update – Denver 2014: Iroquois In, Germany Out?

The Iroquois were voted back into the Blue Division for the 2014 World Championships in Denver, but now it looks like Germany may be getting knocked out of the top division to make room for the Nationals. The matter is up for a vote this month by the FIL member nations.
2014 Bowhunter Cup Canceled
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Bowhunter Cup Rosters: US and Iroquois

The Iroquois are 2-1 agains the US in Bowhunter Cup games, and 3-0 against the US at the WILC. The Iroquois won last year's Bowhunter Cup 12-10. The Nationals are sending out a relatively seasoned group of players, and they will have plenty of offensive fire power. The US is sending out a younger team, with good box pedigrees.