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Apex Lacrosse Club. Edmonton, Canada

APEX Lacrosse Club from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada offers field lacrosse teams, camps and clinics for boys ages 10-18. Apex is the premier field lacrosse program in Edmonton and the goal is to create the largest and most competitive outdoor teams in Alberta Province.

Madlax Welcomes Partner Program: APEX Lacrosse Club

Founders and Directors: Jamey Bowen and Rod Payne
Teams: U13-U19 Boys.
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Website: www.facebook.com/ApexLacrosseClub

Jamey Bowen - BIO

Field Lacrosse

  • Silver Medalist in the 1998 World Field Championships - Men's National Field Team
  • Member of the 1996 Commonwealth Games (Demonstration Sport) representing Canada
  • Played three years at Sonoma State University for Men's Field Program
  • Member from 2005-2007 Edmonton Rush Professional Lacrosse Team (Alternate Captain)
  • Assistant Coach for the Edmonton Rush, NLL, in 2007 to 2008
  • Head Instructor St. FX Lacrosse Academy, Current
  • Member of the Vancouver Ravens 2002 (NLL)
  • Captain and member of the Senior B National Champion Edmonton Outlaws
  • Scoring Leader and 1st Team All-Star
  • Played five years for the North Shore Indians of the Senior A League in British Columbia (1st Team League All-Star in 1997)

Rod Payne - BIO

  • VP of National and Provincial Competition, Alberta Lacrosse Association
  • Level II Certified - Competitive Field Lacrosse Coach (NCCP); Level II Certified (in training) Competitive Box Lacrosse Coach (NCCP)
  • Team Alberta Field Lacrosse Coach (2010, 2011)
  • Coach of Apex Field Lacrosse Club (2012-2013) and Edmonton Razorbacks Field Lacrosse Club (2008 -2013)
  • Coach of Edmonton Warriors (2007- 2012) and St. Albert Rams (2013) box lacrosse clubs
  • Player/Coach - University of Manchester and Heaton Mersey Field Lacrosse Clubs, Manchester England (1988-1991)
  • Player/Captain - University of Western Ontario Field Lacrosse Team (1985 - 1988) - instrumental in creation of the Canadian University Field Lacrosse Association (CUFLA)
  • Minor lacrosse in Oshawa/Whitby