Dear Potential SFU Field Lacrosse player,
First, congratulations on discovering Simon Fraser University (SFU) and involving us in your selection process. SFU is one of North America's premier schools, successfully combining athletics and academics with its collegiate atmosphere.
SFU consistently ranks among the top universities in Canada. In fact, Macleans Magazine has placed SFU as the top comprehensive university in Canada ten times since Maclean's started its rankings, 22 years ago and 2012 marked the fifth year in a row that SFU has been ranked in the top position in it's category. The school, with an approximate enrollment of 32,000, offers over 100 programs in Applied Science, Arts, Business, Education and Science.
SFU Lacrosse has also succeeded to be one of the top collegiate field lacrosse clubs in North America. Competing on a national level with some of the biggest and most reputable schools in North America since 1997, SFU Lacrosse has won a record eight Pacific Northwest Collegiate Lacrosse League (PNCLL) conference championships, and currently ranks tenth all-time with ten MCLA National Championships Tournament appearances.
If you decide to play here, you will be joining our drive to be the best both on and off the field. Every post-secondary institution offers a different array of academic classes, fields of study, social and athletic experiences, however. So take the time and weigh all of your options to find the best fit for you. While going through this selection process, do not get intimidated and do not be afraid to ask questions.
If you would like more information on Simon Fraser University, the University's field lacrosse program, and/or application procedures, please take a moment to fill out the below boxes. You may also click HERE to find answers to Frequently Asked Questions.
Thank you for your interest in Simon Fraser Lacrosse!
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Please contact Assistant Coach / Operations Coordinator (Recruitment) Luke Genereux prior to applying to ensure that your application is complete.