The only player to be drafted 1st overall in the MLL, NLL and WLA Entry Drafts. Kevin is a New Westminster, BC native and has been dominant at every level lacrosse has to offer. He currently plays in the NLL with the Philadelphia Wings, the MLL with the New York Lizards and in the WLA with the Salmonbellies. Kevin attended Division 1 Stony Brook University where he holds the record for most points in school history, was a two-time first team All-American, D1 Midfielder of the Year, D1 Player of the Year, and Teewaraton nominee. Kevin has played for Team Canada's Mens National Field Team 3 times (2010, 2014, 2018), and led Team Canada to a World Championship victory in 2014, scoring 5 of the first 6 goals in the Gold Medal game.
Coach Crowley started Fusion Lacrosse in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with the goal of growing box lacrosse in the United States. The company has been growing for the past 7 years and includes year round travel teams, skills clinics, summer camps and box lacrosse tournaments in both Pennsylvania and Virginia. Crowley is the Head Middle School and Varsity Lacrosse Coach at the Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, PA. Coach Crowley was also a volunteer assistant coach at Division 1 St. Joseph's University in 2012.
Savanna has played lacrosse for 23 years, start in boy’s box lacrosse at the age of 5 and playing with the boys until graduating out of intermediate with North Delta. Savanna began to play boys field lacrosse at the age of 9 and continued until she graduated out of the U-19 program in South Fraser. In 2005 Savanna, along side with four women started the girls field lacrosse league that exist in the lower mainland today. During this time Savanna put on clinics and camps to help teach girls field to coaches and players all around the lower mainland. Savanna first began coaching boys field lacrosse in 2004 and continued to coach boys field for 8 years, included the 2014 BC Summer games as a zone 4 coach. In 2008 Savanna made Team BC for U-19 men’s field lacrosse, being the only female in the team’s history. In 2010 Savanna attended La Salle University playing division 1 lacrosse as an attacker and in 2012 became a goalie. Being one of the first females in NCAA history to go from field player to goalie.
After graduation Savanna came back to BC and started coaching girls field lacrosse again in Langley, and has been for the past 4 years. Having coached girls field lacrosse for a total of 9 years, box lacrosse for 13 years and boys field lacrosse for 8 years. As well as one of the coach for Fusion West girls field lacrosse camps for 3 years. Savanna was the head coach of the 2017 U-19 indigenous girl’s lacrosse team that took bronze in the 2017 North American Indigenous games. After NAIG to continue to grow indigenous lacrosse in BC Savanna has done several camps, clinics and throughout different indigenous communities in BC. Outside of the youth Savanna runs a women’s field lacrosse program that competes in the Pacific North West women’s lacrosse league in the USA for the past 2 years, and a women’s box lacrosse team out of New Westminster for the past 5 years.
During the summer Mary coached at the SFU girls field lacrosse camps for two years. After graduating she travelled to South Australia in 2018 to play in the SA state league. Played 15 games with the Sturt Blue Devils scoring 50 goals, making the Women’s State League All Star Team and earning second highest scorer in the league. While playing in Australia, also coached the Under 19 Sturt Blue Devils women’s team. She coached the New Westminster U15 girls’ team to a silver medal in 2017. Currently coaching the New Westminster U15 girls. Mary currently plays box lacrosse for the Women Salmonbellies, and field lacrosse for BC women’s field lacrosse team.
Mary McQueen started playing lacrosse at the age of six in New Westminster for the minor Salmonbellies. She has been playing box lacrosse for 17 years with the Salmonbellies. Mary was also apart of Team BC box lacrosse that went to Nationals in 2009 and 2011. She started playing girls field lacrosse at 14 years old. In 2012 Mary was apart of the team BC girls field lacrosse team. Mary went on to play four years at Division 1 Long Island University- Brooklyn. She was a two-year captain scoring 112 goals during her four years. Made second team All Conference in 2015.
From New Westminster BC, Morgan grew up playing Box lacrosse. She was part of the 2010 National Women’s Box Lacrosse team that placed 2 nd and participated in numerous Provincial Championships. After starting Field Lacrosse in grade 9 and playing for Team British Columbia, Morgan received a full ride scholarship to attend Tiffin University in Ohio. She earned her BBA with a minor in counselling; graduating in 2017. As an asset to the Tiffin Dragons, Morgan earned 1 st team all-conference, and all-academic team awards; she also lead her team in points her final year. In years prior she also received 2 nd team all-conference as well as remaining on the All-Academic team. Still playing, she is part of the Senior Women’s Salmonbellies Box lacrosse as well as BC Women’s Field lacrosse teams.
Morgan currently coaches for New Westminster Salmonbellies u19 & Maple Ridge Burrard’s u12 women’s teams. Previously she has helped coach numerous box lacrosse teams as well.