Why Ontario Masters Lacrosse Association?

Masters lacrosse a non-contact game incorporating the basic rules of lacrosse. The Ontario Masters Lacrosse Association strives to promote physical fitness, sportsmanship and fair play while playing this great game.

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Testimonials

Because I really love it!

Robert Wilkie

Huntsville Player

I'm too old to play anywhere else.

Jacques Mireault

Rams Player

Because my dad just left me at the arena!

Craig Henderson

Huntsville Player

Alumni

Foster Cuomo

Foster Cuomo

Player

As a senior in 2019
  • Named to All-MAAC Second Team
  • Appeared in 11 games, starting in 10
  • Second on the team with 51 points
  • Scored 33 goals
  • Had 18 assists
  • Tied the program record with 10 points (seven goals, three assists) vs. Hartford (3/19)
  • Led the MAAC in points per game with 4.64
As a junior in 2018:
  • Appeared in 14 games, starting in all 14 appearances
  • Scored 33 goals
  • Added 16 assists
  • Scored six goals against Detroit Mercy (3/31), including the last four goals of the contest
  • Scored four goals against Canisius (4/14)
  • Named MAAC Offensive Player of the Week twice
  • Named to the All-MAAC First Team

As a sophomore in 2017:
  • Preseason MAAC Player of the Year
  • MAAC All-Academic Team
  • Played in all 11 games
  • Finished with 14 goals and nine assists, ranking second on the team with 23 points
  • Had a hand in every Quinnipiac goal with three goals and three assists in the season finale at Cansius (4/28) after moving to attack
  • Had a hat trick against nationally ranked Princeton (3/7), including an over-the-shoulder goal than earned him a spot on NCAA.com's Top 10 Plays of the Week.
  • Tallied a goal and three assists against Bellarmine (2/25)
  • Scored twice against Siena (4/21)
As a first-year student in 2016:
  • Second-Team All-MAAC
  • MAAC All-Rookie Team
  • MAAC All-Tournament Team
  • Earned SportsCenter Top 10 highlight (No. 6) with a blind, over-the-shoulder goal in MAAC title game (5/7), one of his two third-quarter goals
  • Started 15 of 16 games (only exception was Senior Day)
  • Ranked third on the Bobcats in scoring with 33 points on 22 goals and 11 assists
  • Had 11 of his goals in the regular season and then 11 in four postseason games
  • Tallied four goals in an NCAA Preliminary Round win over Hartford (5/11), including three in the third quarter alone
  • Had four goals and two assists in a MAAC Semifinal win over Canisius (5/5)
  • Scored a goal against No. 1 Maryland in the NCAA First Round (5/15)
  • Tallied one goal and a personal-high three assists at Bellarmine (2/27)
  • Matched the three assists in a road win at Detroit (4/10)
  • Had two goals and one assist at Fairfield (3/22)

Brandon McMillen

Brandon McMillen

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Kevin Harper

Kevin Harper

Builder / Player

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