Ted Dowling (Player) –
It’s rare that today’s Senior and pro level lacrosse players play exclusively for one team in their careers, but Victoria, BC resident Ted Dowling has been literally all over the map in an outstanding career in Junior ‘A’, Western Lacrosse Association, Ontario Lacrosse Association, and the National Lacrosse League over the course of more than two decades.
A stand-out for the Jr. ‘B’ and ‘A’ Mississauga Tomahawks 1986-1991, Dowling was a WLA all-star in 1994, 2000, 2001 and 2002 with Victoria, the WLA’s leading scorer in ’01 and an NLL first team all-star in ‘95. He helped Brampton win a Mann Cup in 1998, Buffalo win a Major Indoor League Lacrosse cup in ’91, Calgary win an NLL championship in ’04, Fergus win a President’s Cup in ’92 and Ladner win a President’s Cup in ’04.
There were also stints in Rochester, Buffalo, Montreal, Colorado, San Jose, Coquitlam and Portland.
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