WAC lacrosse claims second crown

Men’s team wins second straight title

The Washington Athletic Club men’s lacrosse team successfully defended its title in the Pacific Northwest Lacrosse League (PNLA) championship game on Sunday, June 13, 2021.

The WAC posted a 4-1 regular season record and defeated Kavu in the Seattle semifinals and the Seattle Lacrosse Club in the Seattle championship game.

The WAC beat the Oregon champion, Team “503”, in the league championship. The championship effort was led by Cole Nordstrom, who scored seven goals. Scott Spencer, the netminder for the WAC, posted a strong save percentage to help the team to a 13–9 victory.

The WAC has competed in the PNLA for two full seasons since the formation of the team and has won the championship both years, in 2019 and 2021. The 2020 season was cut short.

Back row from left: Caldwell Rohrbach, Spencer Evans, Matt Shannon, Marty Taffet, Darrel Hunter, Colin Johnson, Bart Housman, Spencer Matches, Hank Bethke, Cam Cronk, Justin Lau, Sean Whitsitt, Cole Nordstrom, Martin Park; kneeling from left: Drew Nordstrom, Henry Schoonmaker, Will Snider, Scott Spencer, Matt Wigren, Austin Gaiss, Greg Rushing, Kevin Mahoney, Matt Sauri, Ben Brooks; not pictured: Alex Beatty, Joey Luchessi, Brock Waddell, Eric Haehl, Jeren Andreotti

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