For one Edmonton Rush player, getting to the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship in Manchester, England, actually is a Small feat.
Corey Small, 23, was a late roster addition for the defending champion Team Canada squad, and the five-foot-nine attacker from St. Catharines, Ont., continues to make tremendous strides in his young career.
After turning pro at the completion of a stellar field career at Albany, and finding his game with both the Kitchener-Waterloo Kodiaks of Ontario’s Major Series Lacrosse and Toronto Nationals of the field-based Major Lacrosse League last summer, Small parlayed an impressive rookie campaign with Rush earlier this year to another dynamic summer season.
“I think I’ve been playing with a lot more confidence this year,” said Small in a press release.
“There are so many great players on the team and it’s a hard lineup to crack week to week.
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