The 2018 regular season is now in full swing. Check out our schedule for games and results!
The BC lacrosse community mourns the loss of Les Wingrove, who passed away with his loving wife JoAnne by his side Saturday, April 28th.
He leaves behind an amazing legacy of family and commitment to community. Les is a member of the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame and the Coquitlam Sports Hall of Fame. He was a parishioner of St. Laurence Anglican Church in Coquitlam. He was a tireless volunteer who gave his time to dozens of organizations.
The Canadian Lacrosse Association has approved the bid by the Nanaimo Timbermen to host the 2018 Presidents’ Cup national senior B lacrosse championships at Frank Crane Arena. The announcement came seven weeks after the WCSLA selected the bid from the Harbour City. The Tri-City Bandits (now Coquitlam Adanacs) were the last BC team to host the Presidents' Cup in 2014. For more information or to volunteer for the event, visit the Timbermen's Facebook Page.
The Ladner Pioneers represented British Columbia at the 2017 CLA Presidents' Cup in Six Nations, Ontario. The BC champions wrapped up the tournament by defeating the Kahnawake Mohawks (QC) 13-10 in the fifth place playoff game Sunday September 3rd.
The Pioneers opened the tournament with a 17-4 win over the Saskatoon Brewers, followed by an 15-5 victory over the Nova Scotia Privateers. The Pioneers then dropped five in a row: 12-4 to the Six Nations Rivermen (ON), 15-5 to the Native Sons (CanAm), 16-7 to the St. Albert Miners (AB), 12-2 to the St. Regis Braves (TNSLL) and 16-7 to the Mohawks, before closing out the round-robin portion of the tournament with a 9-8 win over the host Six Nations Slash.
The 2017 All-Star Teams and individual award winners have been announced. Check out the Awards Page for details.
The Ladner Pioneers are the 2017 WCSLA and Provincial Champions after winning Game 5 in the best-of-5 final series with the Royal City Capitals by the score of 10-4 Wednesday August 16th at Sungod Arena. Ladner had earlier won Game 1 (9-8) and Game 4 (13-4) while Royal City took Game 2 (14-7) and Game 3 (8-6). Click on the thumbnail above for the full team photo.
The regular season is over and the Ladner Pioneers locked up top spot with a record of 11-3-0-0, with the Royal City Capitals finishing second and also earning a first round bye in the playoffs. It will be Langley hooking up with Coquitlam and Victoria facing their island rivals from Nanaimo in the best-of-three quarter-finals. Mark Negrin of Royal City is the league's top scorer with 61 points and the top sniper with 36 goals, while Langley's Bryan Poole is the top assist getter with 32. Kevin Hill of Ladner is the top goaltender with a save percentage of 84.4%.
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Action Photos Courtesy of:
Abbotsford News, Advantage Action Photography, Dan Brodie Photography, Delta Optimist, Goldstream News Gazette, Nanaimo News Bulletin, Royal City Record, Tri-City News, Alan Wallace
To see playoff and regular season results and statistics from previous seasons, visit our Archives, either by selecting the page from the dropdown menu under the About Us button above or by clicking here.