NCAA Lacrosse Tournament: A Class of Native American athletes

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This year is extraordinary for Native American lacrosse athletes, a renew interest NCAA Collegiate Lacrosse National Championships with a class of talented Haudenosaunee student athletes.  At least 15 native athletes begin the 2014 collegiate lacrosse tournament.

On Wednesday Division 1 Siena College started the lacrosse May Madness with player Chris White (Oneida), Saturday and Sunday games include University of Albany : Lyle (Onondaga), Miles (Onondaga), and Ty Thompson (Mohawk), at number 2 seed Syracuse University: Randy Staats (Mohawk) and Kyle Henry (Tuscarora), at number 5 seed University of Denver: Zach Miller (Seneca), at University of Virginia: Zed Williams (Seneca).

Division lll Lacrosse Cortland State with player Zach Hopps (Mohawk), and the NJCAA number 1 seed Onondaga Community College has Vaughn Harris (Cayuga)Oakly Thomas (Mohawk), Adam Bomberry (Cayuga) Wayne Hill (Mohawk), and Warren Hill ( Mohawk), at Geneseo Community College is Jesse Jimerson (Cayuga),  and D1 number 4 seed Penn State has Assistant Coach, Chris Doctor, (Mohawk).

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The Native Americans Tewaaraton finalists are University at Albany attackman Lyle Thompson and University at Albany attackman Miles Thompson.

Keep track of the Native lacrosse athletes at Iroquois Nationals facebook and tweets.

(Story republished with permission from Onondaga Redhawks website at: