Vermont Voyageurs sign Tony Sorci as Senior Head Coach

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The Vermont Voyageurs have signed Tony Sorci to be their new head coach for the Summer of 2015. Tony brings with him a competitive mentality and a lifetime of lacrosse experience.

"We are extremely happy to have Tony on the bench for this coming season... he is a competitor with Sr A and NLL experience that will help us get to where we want to be" Said GM Joe Evans "It is difficult to find qualified coaches in the United States so we are lucky that we found one with ties to Vermont" Tony was the lacrosse coach at Vermont Academy.

Tony grew up at the Prep School Northfield Mount Hermon as his parents were both teachers there. He played his high school lacrosse there going on to play for Colorado College. After College Tony made the trip to St Regis to play senior a for the Indians for 3 seasons. Tony made the jump to the NLL were he played 2 seasons for Darris Kilgour and the Buffalo Bandits.

After realizing he had been playing with a torn ACL for 2 years he went for surgery and spent his time recovering promoting the Creator's game including a trip to Costa Rica for lacrosse and community service.

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  • Thomas C. Sorci Tuesday, 26 May 2015

    Tony's first job was retrieving lacrosse balls for Coach Mark Jander at NHM home games. I think he was 5 years old at the time.

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