Join us April 7 and 8 as we celebrate 10 years of SWAT Lacrosse.
April 7 we will be hosting a special steak dinner and gala to honor our past players, coaches, managers and families.
April 8 we will host a special alumni game starting at 12:30 pm followed by a shootout.
We will be holding open tryouts March 31 - April 2, 2017 for all elite SWAT teams (Peewee, Bantam, Midget, PGLL, Junio B, Junior A)
LOCATION: Kinsmen Gordie Howe Arena in Saskatoon
March 31st - 6:00 - 7:00 PM
April 1st – 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 6:30 - 7:30 PM
Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association in coordination with the Saskatoon Box Lacrosse and the Saskatchewan SWAT Lacrosse are excited to announce a number of FREE upcoming ‘Try Lacrosse’” sessions for boys and girls age 7 to 12, in your area! This series of events is designed to introduce Canada’s National Summer sport
It is that time of year again, we are starting winter training camp. Below are the dates and times to get everyone in shape for the 2017 season. Tryouts for all junior teams will begin March 31st.
Where: Lawson Soccer Centre
When : November 6th 1:45 - 3:15 pm
November 27th 4:00
Saskatchewan may not yet be considered a hotbed for lacrosse but things are certainly warming up.
The possibility of a finding a spot with the Saskatchewan Rush has definitely sparked the interest of many players – those who have been in the game for some time, and others who are just starting
BY WAYNE SHEILS
Jesse Nash and Darian Noln-Ens of Warman combined for the one-two punch that earned Team Saskatchewan the B-side gold medal at the Bantam National Box Lacrosse Tournament in Saskatoon last weekend.
Nash led the provincial all-star team in points with 11, including 9 assists; while Noln-Ens was the squad’s
Athletes, coaches, officials and fans have packed in to the Gordie Howe Kinsmen Arena for the 2016 Bantam Nationals in Saskatoon from August 2-7. With seven teams from across the country, it has been an action packed week so far and the medals are still up for grabs.
Players from Ontario, First
WATCH ABOVE: The Saskatchewan SWAT aren't satisfied with simply making the playoffs in their first season at the Junior A level; they want to compete for the championship. As Ryan Flaherty reports, they’re ready to make some noise.
The Saskatchewan SWAT took their time making the jump to the Junior A
Baden Boyenko, Keenan Koswin, Reed Murphy, and Zach Gould have all made it into the top 10 in the RMLL regular season for overall points.
With 115 points and 113 points, Boyenko and Koswin sit 2nd and 3rd respectively. The SWAT played in the Junior A division for the first time