PG’s Pacijewski leads Scotland into World Box Lacrosse quarter-finals

PG's Pacijewski leads Scotland into World Box Lacrosse quarter-finals

The 29-year-old will face hosts Germany in Wednesday’s play-off in Hannover.

Cole Pasiejewski’s skills paid off as a sniper for the Scottish national lacrosse team.

Prince George’s 29-year-old attacking specialist and finishing ability at the net helped Scotland advance to the quarter-finals of the 14-team European Indoor Lacrosse Championship in Hannover, Germany.

After a 17-4 win over Belgium on Tuesday, Scotland will face the host Germans in a playoff match on Wednesday (10 a.m. PT, broadcast live at ).

Paciejewski and Scotland started with a 13-8 loss to England on Saturday and then beat Ireland 16-9.

The winners of Scotland-Germany will meet the winners of Finland-Slovakia in the semi-finals on Thursday. The other quarter-finals are Czech Republic-Switzerland and Sweden-England.

The medal matches will be held on Saturday.

This will be Pacijewski’s fifth time representing Scotland at an international lacrosse tournament.

The former Pfeiffer University field lacrosse specialist traveled to Israel as part of Team Scotland at the 2018 FIL World Field Lacrosse Championships. He wore the Scottish jersey at the 2019 Indoor Lacrosse World Cup in Langley, where the Scots finished 2016 in 2016. Teams.

Paciejewski, who plays senior C lacrosse locally for the BHL Bandits, was one of the top scorers in the Prince George Senior Lacrosse Association this year.

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