- Detroit Tubos - #1 All-Time Assists / 2x All-Pro / MVP / Undefeated MILL Champions
- Windsor Hall of Fame Inductee (2013)
- Sr. A Box Lacrosse - #1 Draft Pick / Multiple Provincial Championships / Scoring Titles / Founder's Cup Canadian Champions ('75)
- Windsor Clippers Coach - 8 Consecutive Division Titles
- University of Maryland - 2x All-American / #6 All-Time Goals in a Season / #13 All-Time Career Goals / Back to Back ACC Champions
- Team Canada - 1975 - 1981 - Bronze - '81 World Championships
- Box and field lacrosse coach - 30 years experience.
- University of Michigan (NCAA D1) - Women's Asst Coach (Present)
- University of Louisville (NCAA D1) - Women's Asst Coach (2016) Coached ACC Defender of the Year
- Sacred Heart University - 3x 1st Team All-NEC Goaltender
- The first female in North America to sign with a men's professional team and the first female to play in a men's professional lacrosse game.
- The first female to play for a men's national team in any sport.
Why Box Lacrosse?
“American field players would really help themselves if they were exposed to a steady stream of box experience. Box lacrosse is an extremely valuable background for a young player, we need to incorporate more of the indoor skills in to the field game. It is almost a requirement to have a top player with indoor experience on your roster right now.”
- University of Virginia Head Coach, Dom Starsia
“I believe that box lacrosse gives young people many more opportunities to excel in our game. If I had my choice, I would have every player under the age of twelve play box lacrosse exclusively or at least a majority of the time. The number of touches of the ball and the ability to develop better stick skills in a game of box lacrosse, far surpasses what happens to young people on a 110 x 60 yard field. Learning how to pass and catch in traffic, understanding how to shoot, and developing a sense of physicality are all positive traits developed by the box game.”
- Bill Tierney, US Lacrosse Hall of Fame, Denver University Head Coach, Princeton 6xNational Champion, Team USA 1998
“I knew that if I wanted to be one of the best players in the world, I would have to dedicate myself to both the indoor and the outdoor game. Playing indoor lacrosse has been a great thing for my career.”
- Casey Powell - One of the best to ever play the game.