Congratulations to the following individuals for being selected as Coaches for the 2019 Team Sask season!
TEAM SASK PEE BOX - Duncan Elliott
Coach Elliott comes to the Team Sask program with 10 plus years of Lacrosse coaching experience from Tyke all the way up to Senior and has been an Assistant Coach for Team Sask Midget in 2018.
TEAM SASK BANTAM BOX - Chad Pottle & Trenton Froese
Coach Pottle and Coach Froese are both returning to the Team Sask program for 2019. Coach Pottle comes with 6 years experience Coaching Lacrosse, coaching from Tyke and up at the house level and "A" level and was the head Coach of the 2018 Team Sask Pee Wee team. Coach Pottle is no stranger to Nationals taking part as a player when he was a teenager. Coach Froese comes with 6 years experience Coaching Lacrosse from Novice up to Bantam at both the house and "A" levels, Coach Froese has been an Assistant Coach in the Team Sask program for two years.
TEAM SASK MIDGET BOX - Randy Trobak
Coach Trobak comes with decades of Lacrosse Coaching and playing experience. As one of the few Lacrosse Coaches in Canada to have their Level 3, Coach Trobak has coached for years in the house and "A" programs all the way up to Junior A. Coach Trobak has also coached for over 10 years off and on for the Team Sask program.
TEAM SASK U15 FIELD - Joseph Laprairie
Coach Laprairie is loaded with Coaching and Playing experience. As a player Coach Laprairie has been to Nationals and played University Lacrosse for the Gators. Coach Laprairie is no stranger to Coaching having taken teams to Provincials, currently Coaches the house teams in Regina and was the Team Sask U15 Head Coach in 2018.
TEAM SASK U18 FIELD - Javan Bexson
Coach Bexson has over 11 years of Lacrosse Coaching experience from Mini Tyke and up, and was the Team Sask U18 Head Coach. Coach Bexson has also Coached teams at Provincials and is currently the SLA Coaching Sector Chair.
Thank you Coaches for your dedication to the sport of Lacrosse and volunteering your time to Coach, with out you the Team Sask program would not exist.