Ted Sawicki had a star-studded box and field lacrosse career doing double duty in the arena and on the field.
A box lacrosse goaltender by trade, Sawicki learned the field lacrosse goaltender position mainly on his own. He was known as Canada’s goalie playing for the Canadian National Men’s Field Lacrosse team from 1980 to 1998 winning three silver and two bronze medals in five World Championship appearnaces.
He currently holds the world record for the most World Championships appearances. In 1990 he won an Ontario Field Lacrosse Championship with the Oshawa Blue Knights and played for the Hamilton Field Lacrosse Club winning another title in 1994 and 1995.
Sawicki was inducted into the OLA Hall of Fame in 1999.
|Ted Sawicki (supplemental)|
- Parent Category: Honoured Member
- Category: Field