Haudenosaunee team finishes with round-robin record of 2-2 at world tourney

Six Nations’ Randy States has been one of the offensive leaders for the Haudenosaunee team competing at the world men’s field lacrosse tournament in San Diego. (Supplied Photo)

By Sam Laskaris Writer The Haudenosaunee squad competing at the world men’s field lacrosse championships in San Diego managed to conclude its round-robin schedule on a positive note. The club, which includes plenty of Six Nations connections, defeated Australia 10-6 in its fourth and final round-robin match held on Monday. That victory enabled the Haudenosaunee squad to finish with a 2-2 round-robin mark. The squad had also kicked off its appearance at the worlds with a lopsided 18-5 victory over England this past Friday. The Haudenosaunee then suffered a pair of heartbreaking losses. First it was downed 9-7 by the United States, the defending world champs, in a Saturday match. Canada then edged the Haudenosaunee side 8-7 in a game on Sunday. The 4-0 Americans and Canada, which posted a…

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