John Grant Jr. Retires


John Grant Jr. Retires

End of 17-Year Career

Indoor and outdoor lacrosse great John Grant Jr. announced his retirement after 17 years.

The native of Peterborough, Ontario, was the top overall pick in the National Lacrosse League‘s 1999 draft and played in 258 regular season games for the Rochester Knighthawks and Colorado Mammoth, recording 668 goals and 778 assists, the second-most and fifth-most, respectively, in league history. He also played in Major League Lacrosse for 10 seasons with more than 100 games played and more than 300 goals scored.

Grant’s accomplishments include the Knighthawks’ 2007 championship, five MLL championships, five Mann Cup championships, three World Indoor Lacrosse Championships, and two World Lacrosse Championship, as well as numerous MVP and player-of-the-year awards.

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