FULTON, NY – Former Raider Laxmen Ross Maxam and Brett Williams traveled to Long Island with their team, Onondaga Community College, May 11 and 12.
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They brought home the NJCAA National Championship.
This was the Lazers fifth straight championship title and its 70th straight win, breaking the all-time record by any level college lacrosse team of most consecutive wins.
Ross will return next year to the Lazers.
Brett will move on to join the Mercyhurst men’s lacrosse team.