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…Cordingley will continue serving as Head Coach while also assuming General Manager duties

Vancouver, B.C. – The Vancouver Warriors announced today that Head Coach Troy Cordingley has been named Interim General Manager. In addition to assuming this role, he will continue to serve as the team’s Head Coach.

Cordingley was named Head Coach of the Warriors on June 28, 2022, after most recently spending seven seasons with the NLL’s Buffalo Bandits. Most of his experience with the Bandits came as Head Coach (2014-2018), but he also gained managerial experience as the club’s Assistant General Manager and Director of Scouting from 2019-20. In this role he assisted with player evaluations and transactions while also overseeing the team’s scouting at the professional and amateur levels. During his first season as Assistant General Manager and Director of Scouting, the Bandits compiled a 14-4 record to clinch the top seed in the league enroute to an appearance in the NLL Finals.

Prior to his coaching and management career with the Bandits, Cordingley spent seven seasons as Head Coach of the Calgary Roughnecks (2008-2009) and Toronto Rock (2010-2013), earning two Champions Cup titles (2009 & 2011). His entire coaching career has seen him appear in four NLL Finals (2009, 2010, 2011, 2016), and he is only one of five coaches in NLL history to have reached 100 career wins (103-87).

Cordingley also played nine seasons in the NLL, recording 312 points (128-184-312) in 87 regular season games with the Buffalo Bandits (1993-1999), Albany Attack (2000-2001), and Rochester Knighthawks (2001). He also added 33 points in nine (15-18-33) career playoff games, winning championships with the Bandits in 1993 and 1996.

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