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We have added to the Philadelphia Wings Lacrosse Family! We are happy to announce our new Assistant General Manager, Landon Miller. He has jumped right into the game by being named the representative for Expansion Draft Coin Toss at NLL Championship Game 2 in Rochester, NY. Our very own Coach Day has had the pleasure of working alongside Miller at the Knighthawks as a part of their coaching staff. Together they won three National Championships and plan to bring their dynamic duo success here in Philadelphia.
“He is a proven well respected winner in the NLL and lacrosse world and is a leader nationally and internationally, in his past with Rochester , Six Nations Arrows and Team Iroquois. He is not only a great person but also someone I have enjoyed working side by side and who has become a friend. I look forward to him doing just that here in Philly and seeing how he will assist the Wings organization through what we know will be a successful new beginning.” – Coach Paul Day
Landon comes from Six Nations, a native reserve in southern Ontario, where Lacrosse is a way of life and not just a sport. Although stepping away from the NLL after the 2015 season to pursue business opportunities, he has been an executive of one of the most successful Jr. A lacrosse programs in Canada. Landon has been the Vice President and President of the Six Nations Arrows Jr. A team since 2007. As the VP and President he has won 4 National Championships and more recently won 3 of the last 4 Minto Cups. Landon was also selected as General Manager by the Iroquois Nationals world indoor team and we are excited for him to take on his role here in Philadelphia.