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Cameron "Cam" Bomberry

Cameron "Cam" Bomberry


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Cameron “Cam” Bomberry grew up in the Six Nations community of Ohsweken, Ontario.
Bomberry played six seasons of OLA Junior “A” lacrosse and he scored 199 goals, added 286 assists for a total of 485 points. He played his first three season with the St. Catharines Athletics. In 1991, Bomberry played for his hometown Six Nations Arrows to complete his junior career. In 1992, he won the Most Valuable Player award as he captained the Arrows to the Minto Cup championship.
Bomberry played twelve seasons of Senior Lacrosse in the MSL of Ontario. He also played one season with the Mohawk Stars in 2008 in the OLA Senior “B” league.
Bomberry was a member of two Mann Cup championship teams, including the Six Nations Chiefs in 1994 and 1996. Over 242 games, Bomberry scored 281 goals, and had 335 assists for a total of 516 points. He was inducted into the Ontario Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2016.
Cam Bomberry also played field lacrosse. He was a member of the U19 Champion team when Team Canada earned a Silver Medal. During an accomplished college career, Bomberry was a three-time All-American midfielder for Nazareth College, and a member of the NCAA Division III National Championship Team in 1992. In addition, Cam played for the Iroquois Nationals four times. He was a key player on the 2014 Bronze Medal winning team in the Federation of International Lacrosse Association.
Bomberry also played in the National Lacrosse League. He was the first overall selection in the 1994 draft. He also played for the Buffalo Bandits, New Jersey Storm and Rochester Knighthawks. Bomberry was a member of the Rochester Knighthawks winning the NLL Championship in 1997. In fourteen NLL seasons, Bomberry scored 256 goals, and had 464 assists for 720 total points in 206 games.
Cam Bomberry gives back to the game and has experience leading lacrosse clinics. He has coached and played for several First Nations teams at both the National and International levels, including the Iroquois Nationals in field and box lacrosse.

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