Grand River Attack prepping for new season with some new opponents

The Grand River Attack, who captured the B Division at the Women’s Major Series Lacrosse championships in 2023, will face some new opponents this season. (Photo courtesy Brooke Doolittle).

By Sam Laskaris Writer The brass of the Grand River Attack is busily making plans for what it hopes will be a successful 2024 campaign. It remains to be seen how the Attack, traditionally a powerhouse in the Women’s Major Series Lacrosse (WMSL), will fare in its upcoming season. But members of the local squad know they will be facing some new opponents this year. WMSL officials announced on Monday that the league has expanded and will feature two new entrants this year, the Kingston Cannons and the Peterborough Lakers. Nine clubs had participated in the WMSL season in 2023. But it has yet to be determined whether the circuit will include 11 or 12 teams this year. The Toronto Stars, who dropped out of the loop prior to the…

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