Powless accepts scholarship offer to play lacrosse at Iowa’s Clarke University

Six Nations’ Dougie Powless (photos courtesy Dougie Powless)

By Sam Laskaris Writer As it turns out Six Nations’ Dougie Powless is not finished his collegiate lacrosse career just yet. Powless had spent the past couple of years playing field lacrosse for the Herkimer Generals, a junior college team based in the state of New York. Powless was scheduled to write his final Herkimer exam on Monday before returning to his Ohsweken home. But it was announced this past week that Powless will be continuing on with his academic/athletic careers south of the border. That’s because he has accepted an offer to play at Iowa’s Clarke University. He plans to major in History while also suiting up for the school’s lacrosse squad. The Clarke Pride lacrosse team competes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Powless said he…

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