Graduated from Endicott College in 2009 with over 250 career points. Selected to the QSLL All Star game in the Summer of 2010. Scored two goals in a 14-8 win over Iroquois Lacrosse Association All Stars. Finished with 19G-40A - 59Pts in 16 regular season QSLL games in 2011. Drafted by the NALL Kentucky Stickhorses for the spring 2012 season. Represented Team USA in the 2011 "Bowhunters Cup" vs Iroquois Nationals
Member of the 2012-2013 Philadelphia Wings in the National Lacrosse League, scored 2 goals in his first game vs the Buffalo Bandits. Selected All American DIII midfielder at Lynchburg College in 2010 and was selected for the USILA Senior All Star Game. Scored 41 goals and 35 assists for 76 points in 2011 and was selected to the QSLL All star Game. Serves as an Assistant Captain for the Voyageurs. Represented Team USA in the 2011 "Bowhunters Cup" vs Iroquiois Nations. Drafted in the 3rd round by NALL Charlotte Copperheads. Originally from Nantucket MA.
Gareth scored 3 goals, and 7 assists for 10 points in during twelve Voyageurs games in 2011. He played a key role in killing penaties during his first year of "Box" lacrosse after graduation from Cazenovia College.
Four year All American Attackman at DII Merrimack College. Selected to Team USA vs Iroquois Nationals in the 2011 Bowhuners Cup. Voyageurs leading scorer during the 2011 season with 43 goals and 34 assists for 77 points in 18 games played. He followed that up with 93 points in 2012 and is the voyageurs all-time leading scorer Represented the Voyageurs in 2011 QSLL All star Game. Drafted in 1st round by NALL Charlotte Copperheads.
Voyageurs Team Captain, scored 20 goals and 38 assists for 58 points in 2012. Won a Junior College National championship while at Herkimer CC. Selected to Team Canada for U19 World Field Lacrosse Championship. Was selected as MVP of the 2010 All Star game vs ILA. Trevor was selected in 5th round of NLL draft by San Jose Stealth after graduation from the University of Vermont. Currently teaches Physical Education and coaches lacrosse and hockey at Milton High School. Native of Guelph Ontario, now resides in South Burlington VT.
A former high school All-American in Maine, Kyle played one season at Merrimack College before transferring to the University of Southern Maine where he finished his college career in 2013. In 2013 he set the single season point and goal records, was named 1st team All-Little East Conference and 1st team ECAC All-New England while finishing his career with 117 points in 3 seasons. Kyle has played 2 seasons with the Voyageurs with 47 points in 36 games. He represented team USA in 2013 against the Iroquois Nationals with multiple Voyageurs teammates. He also coaches travel lacrosse in Maine for 207Lacrosse.
Mike graduated from Bates College in Lewiston, ME. Mike is a tough and physical defender. He was originally drafted by the Boston Rockhoppers in the NALL in 2012 and then by Rhode Island in the dispersal draft.
A St. Lawrence University graduate, class of 2004. Szymanski takes over as GM for the 2016 season. Notched four assists in twelve games during 2010 regular season.
Ryan Hotaling was an all American midfielder at Nazareth College in Rochester. Signed by the Colorado Mammoth in 2013, He has played professionally for the Boston Blazers (NLL) and Charlotte Copperheads (PLL). He has represented Team USA in the World Indoor Lacrosse Championships, and played in the ”Bowhunters Cup” vs the Iroquois Nationals . Hotaling recorded six goals and two assists in his Voyageurs debut to help beat the Caughnawaga Indians in 2011.
Currently a Medical Student at the UVM College of Medicine. McLaren played both Football and Lacrosse at Wesleyan, class of 2007. Served as Lacrosse Team Captain his senior year. Jeff scored two breakaway goals in the win over against Sherbrooke Extreme in 2009. Described by Coach Jeff Culkin as a “lockdown defender” and is the fastest player on our roster.
Won a NCAA - D2 National Championship with CW Post as an undergrad. John joined the Voyageurs in 2011. He made an immediate impact on defense and was among team leaders in loose balls. "I expect John Wood to become a real leader on defense now that he has a season of Box experience. His speed and athleticism will create fast break scoring opportunities for the Voyageurs", said Jeff Culkin
Bennett was a high school All American at Champlain Valley Union HS. He played at Division II power C.W. Post for Coach John Jez.