ISLANDERS ADD OGILVIE AS CO-HEAD COACH


by Owen Munro

The Delta Islanders Junior Lacrosse Club is pleased to announce and welcome Andy Ogilvie as Co-Coach with Kyle Goundrey to our Jr A coaching staff. 

Andy’s Junior career was in Peterborough, Ontario. Playing Junior, he recorded 30 goals, 103 points and 101 penalty minutes in 60 games and won two Minto Cups before heading west to play WLA. He won the Mann Cup three times (1989 and 1991 with the New Westminster Salmonbellies and in 2001 with the Coquitlam Adanacs, where he was also named playoff MVP). While in Senior he got 157 goals, 406 points and 764 penalty minutes and his playoff scoring adding another 103 goals and 233 assists. 

Andy still holds the record for the most penalty minutes in Mann Cups! Andy has won the World Box Lacrosse Championships once, and a bronze at the 1994 World Field Lacrosse Championships. He also played pro for Buffalo, Vancouver and Calgary and ended his career at the age of 42. 

In 2014 Andy Ogilvie was inducted into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame! Andy previously coached the Coquitlam Sr A Adanacs with Kyle and for the past two years was an assistant coach with the Langley Thunder Sr A. 

These two coaches will bring with them a high level of experience and knowledge that will be an asset to a young Delta Islander Jr A team moving forward.