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"We are honored and excited to have the opportunity to compete against the Iroquois Nationals in Six Nations," said USIL President Graham D'Alvia. "Taking on the Iroquois on their home turf is an invaluable experience for our players as they continue to develop their indoor lacrosse ability. We look forward to competing to bring the Bowhunter Cup back to America."
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The USIL Team will feature NLL veteran defenseman Joe Smith and former Knighthawks Brent Rothfuss and Jake Henhawk. Bowhunter Cup veterans Ethan Farrell and Greg Rogowski are also playing for the Americans. The team will be coached by former Team USA member Randy Fraser. Team in 2003. Men's National Indoor Team, having served as an assistant coach in 2007 and 2011. win bronze in Prague.
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and an honor to put on an Iroquois jersey," said Point. "It's more exciting that it's on home territory as well."
The game, which is being presented by Arrow Express Sports, will feature nearly a dozen National Lacrosse League players, including Rochester Knighthawks star Cody Jamieson. The back to back NLL Champion Knighthawks have the most players in the game with Jamieson, Johnny Powless, Craig Point and Angus Goodleaf playing for the Iroquois. The Nationals roster also features NLL stars like Jeremy Thompson (Edmonton), Alex "Kedoh" Hill (Buffalo) and Roger Vyse (Toronto). The Iroquois also boast future NLL players in Randy Staats and Warren Hill of the Six Nations Arrows.
The Iroquois will be coached by Knighthawks Hall of Famer Duane Jacobs, who will lead his nation into the Bowhunter Cup for the fourth straight time. Jacobs was also the bench boss for Nike Air Vapormax Explorer the Iroquois team that captured a silver medal in the 2011 FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships. As a player, Jacobs spent eight of his 11 seasons (1993 2003) with the Knighthawks and was one of the franchise's first superstars. He finished his pro career with Nike Vapormax Blue Sole
Lacrosse fans looking for a game this weekend can take a trip to Six Nations to watch the Fourth Annual Bowhunter Cup. tonight, the Iroquois Nationals will host the USIL's Developmental Team at the Iroquois Lacrosse Arena. General admission tickets are $10 at the door.
196 goals and 206 assists in 113 regular season games. He was a Knighthawk from 1995 to 2002 and was a key member of the team's first championship team in 1997. He was a four time All Pro while in Rochester and was a two time team MVP (1996 and 1999). in World Indoor Championship competition, and have won two of the three Bowhunter Cup exhibitions. In last year's game, the Iroquois edged the USA all stars, 12 10 at The Blue Cross Arena in Rochester. Jamieson was crowned the Player of the Game, as he finished with a team high three goals as part of a four point performance. Point and Powless also contributed to the Iroquois' offense. Point scored a goal and led the Nationals with three assists, while Powless added a pair of goals, including the game winner in the fourth.
The Bowhunter Cup, which is awarded to the winner of the game between the Iroquois Nationals and an American squad, is named for Styres' sons, Wake:Riat "Bow" Bowhunter and Rato:Rats "Hunter" Bowhunter.
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