Moving up to play Senior lacrosse with the Brampton Excelsiors, Josh won three Mann Cup championships (2002, 2008, 2009).
Over 20 seasons in the NLL, Josh Sanderson won the Champions Cup in 2005 and 2009.
Category: Wall of Fame
Rey Comeault’s efforts to help promote and grow the game are unparalleled. Among his major contributions are: BC Regional Coach 2008-2010; Team BC Field Lacrosse Coordinator (2010-2020) – a role of overseeing all Men’s and Women’s Field Lacrosse teams. With a vision of build, grow and expand – under Rey’s leadership – BC Field Lacrosse has grown from 3 to 10 age-appropriate teams.Read More
Trish Nicholson has been involved in various sports her entire life. Beginning in 1983, she joined the B.C. Selects Women’s Field Lacrosse Team – a team inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2014. This team won eleven consecutive National championships. Trish also played for the Canadian National Women’s Field Lacrosse Team in 1986 and 1989.Read More
Her distinguished lacrosse career has reached four decades. As a 12-year-old, Troyhann competed with boys in box lacrosse in the Whitby Minor Lacrosse Association. From there, she has excelled at the highest levels of field lacrosse. In 1993, Troyhann began playing for Team Canada. Over the next twelve years she competed in 3 more World Cups (1997, 2001, 2005).Read More
Doug has been involved in lacrosse for more than 50 years, mostly in the Whitby/Oshawa community. His long-term commitment has taken place in Ontario, across Canada and Internationally. Doug has held numerous positions including Team Coach, Manager, and Team and League Executive at the local, provincial, national and international levels.Read More
Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Kaleb Toth played his minor lacrosse in Calgary. Toth played two seasons of Junior “A” with the Burnaby Lakers of the BCLA winning a Minto Cup in 1998. Along with his WLA career, Kaleb played thirteen seasons in the NLL (two with the Toronto Rock and eleven with the Calgary Roughnecks) tallying 744 points in 194 games. Toth played on the NLL Champions Cup team in 2000, 2004 and 2009.Read More
The Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame is proud to announce its 2022 class of ten inductees, which include six Players Rich Catton, Blane Harrison, Trish Nicholson, Josh Sanderson, Troyhann Santos and Kaleb Toth; and, three Builders Rey Comeault, Doug Luey and Joanne Stanga; and one Official Bill Fox.Read More
Born in New Westminster, British Columbia, Rich Catton had a stellar lacrosse career including playing four seasons for the New Westminster Junior “A” Salmonbellies. His Senior career saw him suit up for Vancouver, Surrey, Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Victoria and Coquitlam.Read More
From Orillia, Ontario – Joanne Stanga has been instrumental in building women’s field lacrosse in Ontario, across Canada and internationally. As a player, she competed for Canada and Ontario, As a coach, Joanne has guided teams to provincial, national and international titles. Her contributions to lacrosse also include serving in various administrative capacities.Read More
One of the finest officials in lacrosse, Bill Fox was also an accomplished box and field player. Refereeing for over four decades, included among Bill’s accomplishments are Induction into the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame in 2021; Recipient of the Allen G. Rae Builder Award from Sports Officials Canada -recognition of an individual who has made a significant contribution to the development of sports officials and the advancement of the sports officiating profession (2010).Read More