Cam Bomberry began playing lacrosse when he was just three years old. He worked his way through the Six Nation’s minor league box lacrosse program and began playing for St. Catherine’s Junior A team when he was 15. He finished his junior career with the Six Nations Arrows and won the Minto Cup in 1992. He was captain of the first Indigenous based franchise to win a Minto Cup and won the Jim McConaghy MVP Trophy. The three-time All-American played NCAA lacrosse with Nazareth College from 1990 to 1994 in Rochester, New York, where he helped his team claim an NCAA championship title in 1992. 

On top of his minor league and college achievements, Cam was able to play professionally for eight seasons in the NLL with the Buffalo Bandits, the Rochester Knighthawks, and the New Jersey Storm. On the Ontario Lacrosse Association (OLA) circuit, he participated in three Mann Cup titles with the Six Nations Chiefs. His experience also stretches onto a number of national teams. He played for the U19 Canadian Men’s Field Lacrosse Team in 1988, and was a four-time member of Iroquois Nationals team. He finished his playing career in the summer of 2006 at the World Championship in London with Team Iroquois. Cam continues his involvement with the sport through lectures and clinics


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