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Coady Adamson


offensive coordinator

Coady grew up in Ontario and started playing lacrosse when he was 8 years old. He played Jr. A with the Whitby Warriors and attended Onondaga Community College where he won a National Championship in 2010. In 2012, he transferred to Adrian College where he was named All-American, First Team All-Conference and Most Offensive Player of the Year.

After college, he was drafted by the Hamilton Nationals in the MLL professional outdoor league.

On the West Coast, Coady played for the Mann Cup finalists Maple Ridge Burrards in 2016.

He currently plays Senior A for the Nanaimo Timberman.

As a coach Coady was an assistant for both Bellingham High School and Sehome High School. He went on to become Head Coach at Western Washington University for two seasons.