The awards and honors keep coming this offseason for members of the Washington Stealth. Here’s the latest:
On November 6, the Victoria Seasprays/Royal Waxmen were inducted into the Victoria Sports Hall of Fame, including Stealth Head Coach and Seasprays founder Chris Hall. Newly named Stealth Director of Player Development Kevin Alexander played for the Seasprays in the 1980s. Alexander is also a member of the Victoria Sports Hall of Fame for his individual accomplishments.
The Seasprays/Royal Waxmen began under Hall’s direction and went undefeated for their first four years, spanning 77 games. They won six of their first seven attempts at the Canadian Field Lacrosse Champuionships.
More on the Seasprays’ Induction:
Victoria Times Colonist
The Western Lacrosse Association champion New Westminster Salmonbellies held their 2010 season banquet last week, and a number of Stealth players earned team honors. Defenseman Curtis Hodgson was a co-recipient of the Ab Brown Player of the Year Award for outstanding achievement in Leadership, Dedication and Sportsmanship. Offseason free agent signee Clayton Richardson was the co-recipient of the team’s 7th Man Award for the Salmonbellie with the Most Valuable Contribution and Hardwork in a Supporting Role. Another free agent acquisition, Tyler Crompton was given the Ed Downey Memorial Award for the Salmonbellies MVP.
For more on the Salmonbellies banquet recap, click here.