On Tuesday, June 30th you can bet that the Six Nations community will be holding their collective breath in anticipation.
With all the votes tabulated, this is when the NLL announce the various individual end of season awards, which includes Six Nations talent and New England Black Wolves goalie Doug Jamieson.
This former 2016 second round (19th overall) pick of New England who had an 8-3 record with an 8.77 GAA and 0.826 along with four assists in 11 games, is a finalist for the NLL Goalie of the Year.
“It would mean a lot to the community being lacrosse is a part of our identity here in Six Nations,” Halifax Thunderbirds goalie, and Six Nations resident Warren Hill said. “He (Jamieson) would be up there with local goalie legends Ken Montour who won the honor back in 2009 I believe.”
The future looks extremely bright for Jamieson who played a major role this season in leading New England to first place in the East Division with an 8-3 record before play was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cutline— (Photo 1) New England Black Wolves goalie Doug Jamieson had a career season which saw him post an 8-3 record with an 8.77 G.A.A. On the strength of his success, Jamieson found himself a finalist for the NLL Goalie of the Year.
Photo Credit— Submitted by New England Black Wolves