Al Luciuk is known for his involvement in many areas in growing the game. He is a builder of field lacrosse in Saskatchewan and has worked at all levels of the game: locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. Al has taken skills learned as a professional teacher and brought them to benefit lacrosse.

He has served for 15 years as the president of the Saskatoon Field Lacrosse Association. Al served with Saskatchewan’s Senior Men’s Provincial Teams as a player, coach, and team captain for 15 years. With them, he won six national titles including two Ross Cups and four Victory Trophies. As head coach for the Junior Men’s Provincial Teams he won two silver medals and nine bronze medals. He was the Men’s Field Sector chairperson, and the president and a lifetime member for the Saskatchewan Lacrosse Association.

As coach of the Scorpion Lacrosse and Sturgis Trojan Lacrosse Teams, his teams won five consecutive Provincial High School U19 Championships and 12 Provincial U19 Championship Titles. His programs placed 28 athletes in Div. I, Div. II, Div. III, and Collegiate Club Programs in the NCAA.

For Team Canada he was assistant manager for the Canadian Men’s U19 National Team when they won a silver medal at the World Championships in Burnaby, B.C., and assistant coach for the Canadian Men’s U19 National Team winning a silver medal at the World Championships in Towson, MD.

He has been a writer of many manuals for the Canadian Lacrosse Association and a presenter at the US Lacrosse Convention. When you think of lacrosse in Saskatchewan you think of Al Luciuk.


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