Uncle Roy Colsey Refuses to Stop Balling
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Uncle Roy Colsey Refuses to Stop Balling

Editor’s Note: Trilogy Lacrosse, a Lacrosse All Stars partner, released a new series titled “Trilogy Lacrosse Theatre” to take a look back at memorable lacrosse moments caught on film that feature different members of the Trilogy crew. Episode 9 is a man with legend’s status, Roy Colsey.

Who is Roy Colsey?

These days, Roy Colsey is focused on lacrosse education and development for indoor and outdoor lacrosse. Before he was leading youngsters, he was a leader of men on the lacrosse field. One of the greatest Americans to every play box lacrosse, Colsey is still able to compete at the highest level, playing in the Team USA Blue vs. White scrimmage as a member of the training team in 2019 ahead of the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships. He was a staple of the MLL and NLL and before that, a prolific star with the world-famous Syracuse lacrosse program.

  • National Lacrosse League 1996-2007
  • Major League Lacrosse 2001-2008
  • 3X MLL Champion (2007, 2006, 2004)
  • 1x Silver Medalist – Team USA Field (2006)
  • 1x Gold Medalist – U-19 Team USA (1992)
  • Syracuse University (1992-1995)
  • 2X NCAA National Champion (1993 & 1995)
  • 4X All-American (1992-1995)
  • 1995 Midfielder of the Year
  • Yorktown High School (1988-1991)
  • 2X State Champion (1989, 1991)
  • 2X All-American (1990, 1991)

What’s on the Tube?

Episode 9 features a packed house with Mitch Belisle and Ryan Boyle joining up to take a trip in the time machine with living-legend Roy Colsey. Trilogy Lacrosse Theater chops with up with “Uncle Roy” about to Hall of Fame coach Roy Simmons Jr., the OG NCAA score reporting that took place in Yorktown, New York, and his classic shoulder shrug celebration.

Looking for another guest appearance? You got it. Another legend in his own right, Kyle Sweeney joins the episode to reminisce on Colsey’s glory days.

Roy Colsey

The full episode is a whopping 47 minutes on the Trilogy YouTube page. Here’s a few “highlights” of the highlights to see if the water is right for you.

Now it’s time to watch the full thing. You’ll have to give Trilogy your views for that one. While you’re there, like, comment and subscribe to their channel for more awesome content like this.

Check out Trilogy on YouTube!