Haudenosaunee squad learning lessons, getting closer to beating U.S. and Canada on world stage

At left is Haudenosaunee star forward Austin Staats with a photo of the team after winning the bronze medal match at the world men’s field lacrosse championships.

Summary “Not to make excuses, but that definitely sucked… Not to say if we had a day off we would have beat Canada, but I’d like to think it would have been a lot closer game. But, who knows… It is tough to play seven games in seven nights without a rest.” — Haudenosaunee goalie Warren Hill By Sam Laskaris Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Haudenosaunee squad is getting closer to the perennial powerhouses of the United States and Canada at the world men’s field lacrosse championships. The Haudenosaunee team took the bronze medal again at this year’ tourney, which concluded on July 1 in San Diego, Calif. “We’re getting closer,” said Haudenosaunee star forward Austin Staats, who led all tournament scorers with 38 points, including a whopping 30 goals…

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