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TWO LACROSSE LEADERS FEATURED IN LEGENDS OF LACROSSE VIDEOS

The Canadian Lacrosse Foundation has release two new Legends of Lacrosse interviews:

Barb Boyes' contribution to Women's Field Lacrosse in Ontario and Canada goes back to her representing Canada in the first Women's World Field Lacrosse Championship in 1982. She is the Founder and Executive Director of the renowned Oshawa Lady Blue Knights Field Lacrosse Program since 2000. Through her programs, Barb Boyes has been responsible for dozens of Canadian girls playing NCAA and OUA lacrosse.

Barb Boyes was inducted into the Ontario Lacrosse Sports Hall of Fame as a Builder in 1999. She was presented with the International Federation of the Women's Field Lacrosse Association Recognition Award in 2007 and the Roots of the Game Award in 2000.

Bob Salt was a league all-star eight times, winner of the Maitland Trophy for play, sportsmanship, and contributing to minor lacrosse, and was twice awarded the Commission playoff MVP award. He also played on three Mann Cup teams, twice with Vancouver in 1967 and 1975 and as a pickup player with New Westminster in 1972.

Salt also showed his great leadership by coaching in the junior and senior leagues. He received both the W.C. Ellison Trophy (Most Valuable Player in the WLA league playoffs) and the Commission Trophy (Most Valuable Player in the WLA regular season) in 1975.

In 1987 he was inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in the Box Player category. He received the Dorothy Robertson Memorial Trophy as the WLA Coach of the Year in 2005.

Watch all the video stories here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCBvOxZi_Bu2toDatSBvvZA

 

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