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Troy Cordingley 
Player - Class of 2023

Troy Cordingley was at the top of the game throughout his distinguished career.  He was a top scorer in 5 years of Jr A and 12 years in Major/Sr A and with multiple Mann Cup and NLL Championship teams. During this span he was Assistant Captain for many teams and a team leader.

In his Junior A lacrosse career in1985 & 87 he was 3rd in OLA Jr A scoring, in 1988 top scorer & MVP BCLA Jr A and in1992 & 93 2nd in OLA MSL scoring. In 1995 he was the top scorer in OLA MSL (Bucko McDonald Memorial Trophy). In 1988, playing for the Coquitlam Adanacs of the BCLA Jr A Series, he won the Bill Dickson Trophy as top scorer, the Most Valuable Player in and was 1st Team All Star.

He played 12 seasons for MSL/WLA for Brampton Six nations & Coquitlam.

With the Major Brampton Excelsiors 1989-90;92-94; and 99-2000 he was with the winning Mann Cup team 1992-93. He was also with the Major Six Nations Chiefs 1995-97 a team winning Mann Cup Champions 1995-96 and with the Coquitlam Adanacs in 1991 & 1998 with the team being Mann Cup Finalists in 1998.

In total he was with Mann Cup Champion 6 times - 4x player (92,93, 95,96) and 2x coach (2009 & 2011) while in professional close he was with NLL Champion teams 4 times – 2 x player (93,95) and 2 x coach (2009 & 2011).

In professional lacrosse, Troy played 8 NLL seasons for Buffalo, Albany, and Rochester and while with the Buffalo Bandits NLL from 1993-99 during the team were Champion Cup Champions in 1993 & 1996.

Troy was honoured to play Team Canada Men’s Field 1994, the World Championship Bronze Medalist.