2015 Team Canada Indoor Coaching Staff Announced

Sean Ferris - Team Coordinator
A Burlington (ON) native is currently an Assistant Coach for the NLL's Colorado Mammoth, a position he's held since 2010. Prior to his time on the bench for the Mammoth, he held roles as Assistant Coach for Orlando/New York Titans from 2008-2010, Assistant Coach for the Rochester Knighthawks from 2004 - 2008, and Head Scout for the Toronto Rock from 1999-2004. As an athlete he played both field and box lacrosse in the Burlington minor and Junior "A" lacrosse system. He was a member of two President's Cup (CLA Senior "B" National Championship) championship teams with the Fergus Thistles Majors (1990 and 1992) and competed for the Mann Cup as part of the 1996 Six Nations Chiefs team.

"We've been here before, coaching Team Canada with a collective goal and focus; knowing each other and our coaching styles the way we do will be a huge asset as we lead Team Canada towards another world championship title" said Comeau. "The selection of Derek, Paul, Glen, and the addition of Sean as Team Coordinator, allows me to feel confident that I will be surrounded by the best of the best on the bench in 2015."

The past three FIL World Indoor Lacrosse Championships (WILC) have concluded with Team Canada versus the Iroquois Nationals in the battle for the gold and the World Championship title. Canada has come out victorious in all three matches and remains the current World Champion for Indoor lacrosse. With the gold medal win at the last world championship, held in Prague, Czech Republic in May 2011, Canada improved to 17-0 in world championship indoor play beating the Iroquois Nationals for the third straight time in a WILC final, this time by a score 13-6.

The coaching staff will first come together in preparation of 2015 when they coach at the November 17 International exhibition game between Team Canada and the Iroquois Nationals. For more information on the November 17 game, click here.

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2013-10-28



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