After nine weeks of play, the Maple Ridge Burrards continue to lead the A League standings with a 13-1-0 record, and the Coquitlam "B" Adanacs and Delta "B" Islanders are still tied for the lead in the B League standings with records of 13-2-0. Delta's Jake Cantlon is still in top spot in A League scoring while Nate Faccin of Maple Ridge continues to have the best goaltending save percentage. In the B League, Coquitlam's Payton Michielin is still the top scorer and Kaiser Gauley of Ridge Meadows has re-taken the lead in save percentage.
Statistics are updated weekly (usually Tuesdays). Leading Scorers and Goaltenders can be viewed be clicking on the "Statistics" link above and then selecting the League to get to the League Statistics Page. Player statistics by team can be viewed by either clicking on the team logo above or on the "Teams" link above, selecting the League and then the Team to access the Team Page.
To see when your favorite team is playing next, check the news ticker above, or visit the league schedule page by clicking on the SCHEDULES button above and selecting either the A League or B League. Scores and standings are updated daily.
To celebrate organized Lacrosse's 150th birthday in 2017, the BC Lacrosse Association has created a die-cut, removable car decal (size is approximately 5 ½ inches wide by 5 ½ inches tall). Cost is $5.00/decal (plus postage), with net proceeds from the sales of these decals supporting the BCLA's three scholarship/bursary funds: Wayne Goss Scholarship, Ted Fridge Scholarship and Dorothy Robertson Memorial Bursary.
To order Lacrosse 150 Car Decals through PayPal, please visit http://www.isportsnetwork.com/bcla_lacrosse150_decal.php.
For bulk orders of 100 or more, BCLA will offer a discount. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Langley Thunder are hosting the 2017 BC Intermediate Provincial Championships the weekend of August 4-7 at the Langley Events Centre.
Click here to visit the Provincials Page for the schedule, scores and other tournament details.
The Board of Governors of the BCILL have approved the return of all ten A League teams who competed in 2016 play, as well as the addition of the expansion Okanagan Wild. In the B League, New Westminster and Port Coquitlam are re-joining after one-year absences, while Burnaby, Langley and Port Moody will not be fielding teams in 2017.
The British Columbia Intermediate Lacrosse League is comprised of box lacrosse teams in southwestern British Columbia, Canada.
The BCILL provides a bridge between minor lacrosse and junior lacrosse for those players aged 16-18.
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