Experience

David Anderson CMA ’20 Selected to 2018 Iroquois World Junior Lacrosse Championship Roster

CULVER, IN— August 10, 2018

David Anderson, the 6’0” 190lbs right-handed Cambridge, ON native has been selected to join the 2018 Iroquois World Junior Indoor Lacrosse team as they compete in the WJLC, held at the SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, SK from August 8th-12th. The tournament consists of three national teams, the United States, Canada and Iroquois playing in a round robin format.

Anderson is a two-sport athlete for CMA, playing both lacrosse and hockey. In the indoor box lacrosse game he is a dominate runner and scorer for his Ontario Junior B team, the Oakville Buzz. In four games played during the 2018 Ontario Junior B season, he has produce five goals and five assists.

 “I am really excited and honored to be selected for the Iroquois World team, and it is something that I have always wanted to do” said Anderson. “I had the privilege of playing against many of the other guys on this roster this summer, and so I knew from first-hand experience that I was being picked to play on a very strong team.”

Play began for the Iroquois on August 8th as they battled Canada in a 26-9 loss, and continued on August 9th where they pulled out a 25-9 victory over the U.S. squad. Anderson tallied one goal and two assists in the match against the Canadians and had an even more impressive three goal two assist performance against the U.S. The Iroquois group currently sits in second place, with the hopes of advancing to the championship round to take place on Sunday, August 12th at 7:30pm CST.