Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Tyler Pace Pro Caliber Lacrosse Port Coquitlam BC
High School Logan Schuss
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S Pts G FO % A
Career - - 218 - 321
Season - 104 43 - 61
Lacrosse Honors

UPCOMING: 2022 Apex 60 Summer Finale Invitational Showcase July 21-22/22 in Bel Air, Maryland;
UPCOMING: 2022 Great By Choice (GBC) High Academic Elite Showcase July 18-20/22 in Hanover, New Hampshire
Selected for XLL U17 All-Star Box Lacrosse team January 2022; Selected for Pro Caliber Lacrosse Junior Varsity team 2021; Selected to the RLL All-Star Game 2021
Adanac Cup MVP
Swash Buckler Tournament MVP
BC Provincials MVP
Richmond Romp Gold medal (team)
Richmond Romp MVP (3 years)
Salmonbellies Bellie Bowl Gold medal (team)
Jack Crosby Tournament Gold medal (team)
Jack Crosby Tournament MVP (3 years)
US Box Nationals -selected for All-Star Team
Richmond SalmonFest Tournament MVP
Trevor Wingrove Tournament MVP
Selected for Team BC

Canadian Nationals Bronze medal (team) with Team BC

Lacrosse Additional

XLL U17 Box Lacrosse All-Star team - January 2022
Delta Islanders - 11 years of box lacrosse (club team)
Delta Footmen - 11 years of field lacrosse (club team)
Delta Lacrosse Academy - 3 years of field and box lacrosse (high school academy and travel team)
PCL (Pro-Caliber Lacrosse) - 3 years of box lacrosse (club team and travel team)
PCL (Pro-Caliber Lacrosse) - 3 years of field lacrosse (club team and travel team)
Steelhead Lacrosse - 1 year of box lacrosse (travel team)
Evolve Lax - 1 year of field lacrosse (travel team)
Team BC - 1 year of box lacrosse (travel team)
Vancouver Ravens - 1 year of box lacrosse (travel team)
Vancouver Ravens - 1 year of field lacrosse (travel team)
Booth Indians - 1 year of field lacrosse (travel team)


UPCOMING: 2022 Apex 60 Summer Finale Showcase July 21-22/2022 in Bel Air, Maryland
UPCOMING: Great By Choice (GBC) High Academic Elite Showcase July 18-20/2022 in Hanover, NH
UPCOMING: PCFLL U15 Provincial Championship March 11-13, 2022, Langley, BC

USBOXLA - Western Invitational, Phoenix, Arizona, February 2022
Pro Caliber Lacrosse XLL U17 Box Lacrosse Tournament - Dec 2021/Jan 2022
Adanac Cup - Coquitlam, BC (multiple)
Swashbuckler Tournament - Seattle, Washington
Richmond Romp - Richmond, BC (multiple)
Bellie Bowl - New Westminster, BC (multiple)
Jack Crosby Tournament - Burnaby, BC (multiple)
US Box Nationals - San Jose, California
Oregon Lacrosse Classic - Bend Oregon
Canadian Nationals - Whitby, Ontario
BC Provincials - Nanaimo, Victoria, Coquitlam, Surrey (multiple)
Richmond SalmonFest - Richmond, BC (multiple)
Trevor Wingrove Tournament - Coquitlam, BC (multiple)
High School Lacrosse Academy Tournament - Victoria, BC
Sandstorm - Indio, California (multiple)
BlackJack Tournament - Las Vegas, Nevada
Resolute Midwest Classic - Columbus, Ohio
Western Invitational Tournament - Las Vegas, Nevada
PCL Jamboree - Surrey, BC

- Delta Lacrosse Box Lacrosse Referee - 4 years

- Delta Lacrosse Elementary School Program - 5 years
- Delta Lacrosse Introduction to Lacrosse - 4years
- Delta Lacrosse Tyke Evaluations/Tryouts - 2years
- Delta Lacrosse Novice Evaluations/A tryouts - 2 years


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South Delta Senior Secondary
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French Immersion Student - Kindergarten - present (11 years)
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

The thrill of college sports; the level of competition, the travel, the camaraderie amongst teammates and fellow students, the shared goals and the life experience all are intriguing to me. Seeing my sister achieve her goal of playing lacrosse at the D-1 level has been thrilling for all of us and I hope to achieve the same for myself.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Choices are mine to make all the time. I choose to practice when others are enjoying free time. I choose to eat healthily when others are eating junk. I choose to rest when others are staying up late. My health is a priority for me always. I don't pollute my body and I don't abuse it with anything other than hard exercise. I know younger players look up to older players. I did and still do. I know that my behaviour influences younger players and also influences my teammates. It's easy to make good decisions when you are committed to your goals.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I am a multi-sport player. I have played ice hockey for 12 years. I played soccer for many years. Football, rugby, basketball, baseball are all sports I still play. I love skiing, snowboarding, and mountain biking too. There are not enough hours in a day for the sports I love to play but lacrosse is my life. It is the one sport I won't set aside to accommodate another. Playing many sports has exposed me to many different coaches and coaching styles. I learned from them all. It has also helped me to develop a strong 'sports IQ' All of my coaches have remarked on my 'ability to see a game well' and to 'be where I need to be' on the field, in the box, on the field, on the ice, wherever the situation applies. Playing sports is tough at times but is never a chore; always a privilege.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

I volunteer with my home association, the Delta Lacrosse Association. I have coached lacrosse through their Elementary School Program for the past 5 years with my sister. I also volunteer for their 'Introduction to Lacrosse' clinics where I demonstrate the sport of lacrosse and encourage new players to love the sport as I do. Mentorship is strong throughout the sport. When I was a new player, our local pro, Logan Schuss, gave his time to me and my teammates. His attention had a profound impact on me and I wish to inspire young players to love the sport in the same way that he continues to do for me. Later on, I enjoyed personal coaching from Ryland Rees, Curtis Dickson and Tyler Pace in addition to Logan. It is a thrill when the players who inspire you, spend time with you and help you improve.

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