Joe was born and raised in Calgary, he played minor lacrosse in Calgary for the Sabrecats Lacrosse Association and then played for the Calgary Jr. B Chill. Joe represented the Mounties Jr. B team at Founders Cup in 2004. In 2005, Joe moved out to BC to play for the Burnaby Jr. A Lakers. That year they won the BC League Championship and represented BC at the Minto Cup held in Edmonton. The Burnaby Lakers would go on to beat the Six Nations Arrows in the third game of the championship series to hoist the Minto Cup. Joe spent four years playing for the Burnaby Lakers and after his final year in 2008 he got drafted 20th overall to the Calgary Roughnecks of the NLL. In 2009, Joe made the team as a practice roster player and the Calgary Roughnecks would go on to win their second NLL Champions Cup Trophy. During the next two summers Joe returned to BC to play Sr. A for the Langley Thunder club. Joe would spend three years with the Calgary Roughnecks before leaving to play Pro Hockey in Europe.
Joe coached along side Rick Windl at NSA teaching junior high and high school lacrosse programs. He has also coached various ages through summer camps. Joe is very excited to be apart of the Jr. A Mounties program and looks forward to the start of the upcoming season.
Cody was born and raised in North Delta BC, where he played minor lacrosse for the Delta Lacrosse Association before graduating into their senior program. In Cody’s second year of intermediate, he was able to play a third of the Junior A season with their program as a call up. This allowed for Cody to gain much needed experience, before hopping into what was a dominant three years on the Delta Junior A Islanders back end. In those three years, Cody was named Defensive player of the year in all three years for his club as well as assistant captain in his second year and was honored as Captain in his last and final year. Cody led his team to progressively the three best seasons Delta’s Junior A club had ever had at the time, including a trip to the BC finals in 2012. At the end of the 2012 season, Cody was given the nod for Defensive Player of the Year by the BCJALL and was also chosen for first team all BC. Shortly after graduation from the junior ranks, Cody was drafted 29th overall by the defending champions, the Rochester Knighthawks, in which Cody was not able to secure a roster spot on an already talented deep roster. The Senior A Adanacs drafted Cody 12th overall in the WLA draft leading into the 2013 season but Cody opted to head to Alberta to pursue work. While in Alberta, Cody was asked to training camp by the Calgary Roughnecks where he inched and clawed for an active roster spot in the 2014 season. After being released late in the 2014 season by the Roughnecks, Cody turned to the Senior B mountaineers of the RMLL to play his past two seasons, where he partook in the 2016 Presidents cup, hosted in Edmonton, AB. During the past two years, Cody has become a gym owner, where he takes pride in providing an old school environment for athletes to thrive during the off-seasons. Cody also has racked up 10 years of field lacrosse experience playing minor with the Delta Footmen and senior with the Ladner Pioneers. Along with Cody’s playing career, he was a top end referee in minor’s for 10 years, having refereed many provincial medal games from pee-wee to midget as well as representing BC at the 2012 female nationals held at the Queenspark arena in New Westminster, BC.
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Sean has been involved in minor sports for 27 years in various capacities. He has coached and managed soccer as well as coached and scouted minor hockey. Sean has been a scout in the Western Hockey League (WHL) for over 15 years working with the Seattle Thunderbirds, Prince Albert Raiders, and most recently with the Saskatoon Blades. Currently he works for an internet scouting company called the Scouting News in which he oversees the rankings and evaluations of the WHL’s annual bantam draft. Sean is looking forward to bringing his knowledge and experience in various other sports and applying it to managing the Mounties lacrosse club. During the day Sean is a professional within the Logistics field which he has done for the past 20 years.
Rick enjoys many different genres of sports, has lent his skills to a National Motocross race team as a bike mechanic for two race seasons, along with coaching his son’s in minor lacrosse with the Okotoks Mustangs in the Novice to Bantam levels, then volunteered with the Calgary Roughnecks organization, assisting with setup/repair of the players equipment, home team dressing room along with visiting team’s dressing room prep for before the games for a four year stint. Has enjoyed serving as the equipment manager for the Jr. A Mounties for the last two years, excited to head into his third session, and many more to come.