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Orangeville Northmen Jr. A

Orangeville Northmen
Sport Box lacrosse
Founded 1975
League OLA Junior A Lacrosse League
Based in Orangeville, Ontario
Arena Tony Rose Memorial Sports Centre
Colours Silver, Black, and White
Head coach DJ Clevely

The Orangeville Northmen are Junior "A" box lacrosse team from Orangeville, Ontario, Canada. The Northmen play in the OLA Junior A Lacrosse League.

History

The Northmen celebrate their 2008 Minto Cup championship in Calgary.
Orangeville Stingers 1975 - 1981
Orangeville Northmen 1982 to Present

The Northmen are connected to the Orangeville Northmen Jr. B, who were recently founded to be a feeder team for the Junior "A" Northmen.

Season-by-season results

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against
Season GP W L T GF GA PTS Placing Playoffs
1975 24 13 11 0 341 359 26 3rd OLA-C Central Lost Division Quarter-final
1976 22 11 11 0 257 276 22 6th OLA-C Won League
1977 24 15 8 1 301 230 31 3rd OLA-C Lost Final
1978 20 8 12 0 214 237 16 4th OLA-C Lost Quarter-final
1979 24 5 19 0 232 442 10 4th OLA-C
1980 16 2 14 0 146 269 4 6th OLA-B Central DNQ
1981 20 0 20 0 89 394 0 8th OLA-B West DNQ
1982 20 4 16 0 180 283 8 9th OLA-B East DNQ
1983 22 9 13 0 308 324 18 10th OLA-B East DNQ
1984 20 8 12 0 313 317 16 3rd OLA-B Div II Won Tier II Title
1985 24 9 15 0 281 354 18 5th OLA-B East DNQ
1986 18 8 9 1 192 257 17 5th OLA-B East Lost Quarter-final
1987 0 - - - - - - Folded
1988 0 - - - - - - Folded
1989 20 15 5 0 276 160 30 2nd OLA-B Won League, Won Founders Cup
1990 20 17 3 0 268 158 34 2nd OLA-B Won League, Won Founders Cup
1991 20 14 6 0 234 198 28 2nd OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1992 20 9 11 0 213 219 18 7th OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
1993 22 18 4 0 329 213 36 2nd OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1994 26 21 5 0 367 194 42 1st OLA-A West Lost Semi-final
1995 20 19 1 0 231 125 38 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1996 20 18 2 0 283 118 36 2nd OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
1997 18 14 4 0 184 158 28 2nd OLA-A Lost Semi-final
1998 22 12 10 0 264 205 24 6th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
1999 20 16 3 1 211 165 33 2nd OLA-A Lost Semi-final
2000 20 16 4 0 220 141 32 2nd OLA-A Won League
2001 20 14 5 1 203 158 29 3rd OLA-A Lost Quarter-final
2002 20 14 6 0 185 158 28 4th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
2003 20 16 3 1 194 137 33 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
2004 20 15 4 1 196 140 31 1st OLA-A Lost Semi-final
2005 22 19 3 0 220 123 38 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
2006 22 11 10 1 176 155 23 6th OLA-A Lost Semi-final
2007 18 14 3 1 170 106 29 2nd OLA-A Lost Final
2008 22 19 3 0 207 114 38 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
2009 22 19 2 1 303 138 39 1st OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
2010 22 21 1 0 268 116 42 1st OLA-A Won League
2011 22 19 3 0 242 147 38 1st OLA-A Lost Final
2012 20 16 4 0 256 148 32 3rd OLA-A Won League, Won Minto Cup
2013 20 12 8 0 212 197 24 5th OLA-A Lost Quarter-Final
2014 20 12 8 0 196 154 24 6th OLA-A Lost Quarter-Final
2015 20 9 9 2 171 149 20 5th OLA-A Lost Quarter-Final

Orangeville natives and Northmen alumni in the NLL

Orangeville and the Northmen have produced a number of National Lacrosse League players, coaches, and executives.

External links

  • Northmen "A" Webpage
  • The Bible of Lacrosse
  • Unofficial OLA Page


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