Miller and Monture to help lead Haudenosaunee squad at 2024 world championships

By Sam Laskaris Writer A pair of Six Nations members will be among those leading the Haudenosaunee Nationals men’s squad at the 2024 world box lacrosse championships. It was announced this past week that Landon Miller will serve as the general manager of the team. And Stew Monture has been named as an assistant coach for the team. The world tourney will be staged Sept. 20-29 in Utica, N.Y. Also announced last week was that Roger Chrysler, a member of Tuscarora Nation in the state of New York, will serve as the head coach of the club. Chrysler is currently working as an assistant coach for Halifax Thunderbirds of the National Lacrosse League (NLL). The Haudenosaunee coaching staff will also include Mike Accursi and Bruce Codd, who are not Indigenous….

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