Six Chilliwack Hawks named to United Lacrosse League rosters

The new circuit promises to provide top level coaching and competition for field lacrosse players

More players from the Chilliwack Hawks field lacrosse club have been named to United Lacrosse League (ULL) rosters.

The ULL advertises itself as Canada’s first premier club lacrosse league, with circuits in Ontario and British Columbia featuring the top 12o players in each age division.

Chilliwack’s Noah Choi was posted to the roster of the U15 Mavericks last week, and six Hawks have now been selected for U13 squads.

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Jasen Feiss and Jameson Reed will wear the uniform of the U13 Mavericks. Levi Crooks, Jonah Choi and Jameson Miller have been picked by the Dark Horse Lacrosse Club while Wyatt Renaud joins the U13 Cardinals.

“We are excited to see our players join their respective teams in the ULL and showcase their talents with the top lacrosse players across B.C.,” said Hawks president Tyler Crompton.

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