EM&B #393: Professional Lacrosse with Josh Sullivan

 -Grew up like most Alberta kids playing hockey.  

– started playing lacrosse at 12 years old 

– quit hockey at 15/16 years old 

– played lacrosse in red deer until I was 20 years old.

At 21 I went to play Jr. A for the St. Albert Miners (Jr. A not offered in red deer) 

– drafted by Sr. B St. Albert Miners after junior, age 22.  

– bronze medal at Sr. B national championship 2014  

– tryout with the Calgary Roughnecks

– released  

– moved to Coquitlam to play Sr. A lacrosse in summer of 2015

– winner of seventh man award (Sr. A only offered in BC and Ontario)  

– approached by Colorado defense coach  –

First year in NLL winter 2015 

– summer 2016 first national championship with Sr. B St. Albert Miners 

– 2016 fan choice award winner Colorado  

– summer 2017 traded from Coquitlam to Burnaby Sr. A

– won Western Lacrosse Association provincial title  

– winter 2017 played every game in Colorado 

– summer 2018 won second National Championship with St. Albert Miners  

– signed three year contract extension with Colorado

Professional Lacrosse with Josh Sullivan