The lacrosse experience for Myan Adams runs far and wide, from box to field and east to west. Five seasons of Junior A lacrosse with Akwesasne was followed by a run with the Coquitlam Adanacs, where he got a chance to play for Minto Cup glory in 2011. Just a few months ago, he graduated from Cornell University where he was part of a Big Red team that won 3 Ivy League titles. And last summer, he was part of a Senior B team in St. Regis that won the Presidents Cup. He played his summer with Caughnawaga and another Presidents Cup tournament. And when he’s not on the floor playing the game, he’s working at Traditional Lacrosse in Akwesasne. The roots of lacrosse run deep for Adams and he’s hoping now to extend those roots to another level, the National Lacrosse League. He’ll find out if he gets that chance on Sept. 16 at the NLL entry draft.
Junior A: Coquitlam/Akwesasne
School: Cornell Big Red
What do you feel your greatest asset is that would allow you to translate you game to the NLL? I bring lacrosse IQ along with strength.
One word to describe your game: Intelligence.
What role do you see yourself playing in the NLL? Transition.
What current or former NLLer would you most closely compare or model your game after? Jay Thorimbert of the Buffalo Bandits.
Your greatest accomplishment during lacrosse career: Winning the 2012 Presidents Cup.Chavez is an avid lacrosse player in Rochester and a journalist for the Democrat and Chronicle as well as a longtime Inside Lacrosse contributor. Email him at email@example.com or go to RochesterSports.com.
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